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Stupidity 2003

description written by member Zara:

In this cheeky documentary, filmmaker Albert Nerenberg conducts an inquiry into the origins of stupidity, exploring why humans increasingly choose to be ignorant despite information being more widely available than ever. Footage includes interviews with authors, academicians and pop-culture personalities such as Noam Chomsky, Coolio, John Cleese, Salma Hayek and Bill Maher. Extras offer you a chance to test your IQ (Ignorance Quotient).

MPAA Rating:NR
Running Time:70 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsAlbert Nerenberg
George W. BushGeorge W. Bush
Noam ChomskyNoam Chomsky
John CleeseJohn Cleese
No image existsCoolio
Salma HayekSalma Hayek
No image existsDavid Lawrence
No image existsBill Maher
Michael MooreMichael Moore
No image existsAlbert Nerenberg
Adam SandlerAdam Sandler
No image existsJoel Schumacher
No image existsPaul Spence
No image existsDrew Curtis
No image existsFred Napoli
No image existsGeoff Pevere
No image existsJosey Vogels

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Stupidity Movie Review by Zara (7/28/2009)

The documentary starts with the simplest of questions.

Define "stupid."

It was amazing how many people stuttered and stopped, tried to pick their words carefully so as to not (as one can only imagine) come out sounding "stupid." The movie then moves into the reasons why stupidity has not been researched or defined (or...

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