The film's central story follows a small group of American explorers at Dallas-based oil company Kosmos Energy. Between 2007 and 2011, with unprecedented, independent access, Big Men's ... See full summary »
Two Republican congressman speak against funding for the construction of the Superconducting Super Colider in Texas. This gives the false impression that it was Republicans who ended the project. The 1993 Congress had Democrat majorities in both the House and the Senate. Additionally, the President at that time was a Democrat. The leader of the effort to end funding for the project in the House was Democrat Jim Slattery. Voting to end the funding was bipartisan. See more »
The things that are the least important for our survival, are the very things that make us human.
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Zero information, some emotions and a lot of Mr.Kaplan
I gave 2 and not 2 star for a rare footage of physicists inside CERN expecting the first run. Overall that rare access to the place and people was wasted on rather cheesy self-presentation, as the rest of film is Mr. Kaplan's face in every second minute and emotional bla-bla without a drop of physics. All theoretical details are carefully erased or not shown as if physics suddenly became a great secret (what the public ArHiv is doing then if it is so secret?) Animation is very poor and has zero information, camera work is very shaky. The main message of the film is that David Kaplan was in the CERN crowd, and that was "cool". It doesn't worth my 10$
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