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  • Drew's Script-O-Rama Dialogue Transcript - Dialogue transcript transcribed from screenplay and movie viewings.
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  • IMDb - What the #$*! Do We (K)now!? (2004) - Cast/crew list and general film information.
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  • What the Bleep Do We Know!? & What the Bleep!? - Down the Rabbit Hole - Official site for the film and its extended cuts.
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  • Wikipedia: What the Bleep Do We Know!? - Encyclopedia with synopsis and information about production, promotion, reception, book adaptation, and featured individuals.
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  • What the Bleep Does Ramtha Know? - "I'm just saying see the movie for what it really is: An expensively produced mishmosh of feel-good self-help babble, science, antiscience and outright untruth." By Jennifer Saylor. (August 21, 2006)
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  • Far Out, Man. But Is It Quantum Physics? - "These films and the quantum mysticism industry behind them raise a disturbing question about the muddled intersection between science and culture. Do we have to indulge in bad physics to feel good?" By Dennis Overbye. [New York Times] [Registration required] (March 14, 2006)
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  • Dance, Ramtha, Dance! - "'What the Bleep' is longer and loonier than ever before." By Annie Wagner. [The Stranger] (February 02, 2006)
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  • What the Bleep Are They On About? - "Bernie Hobbs checks out the science behind the film's claims." [Australian Broadcasting Corporation] (June 30, 2005)
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  • What the (Bleep) Were They Thinking? - "The film is a propaganda piece for a cult." [Skeptico] (April 18, 2005)
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  • Quantum Quackery - "A surprise-hit film has renewed interest in applying quantum mechanics to consciousness, spirituality and human potential." By Michael Shermer. [Scientific American] (January 01, 2005)
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  • "Bleep" of Faith - "An indie film gets buzz and a big rollout. But 'What the Bleep Do We Know!?' uses questionable on-screen experts -- and appears to be an infomercial for a controversial New Age sect." By John Gorenfeld. [Salon] (September 16, 2004)
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  • Roger Ebert Review - Rated 2.5/4. "It's more like a collision in the editing room between talking heads, an impenetrable human parable and a hallucinogenic animated cartoon." (September 10, 2004)
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