Religulous

Religulous

3.7 44
Director: Larry Charles, Bill Maher

Cast: Larry Charles, Bill Maher

     
 
Borat director Larry Charles follows host Bill Maher as he travels the continents interviewing various subjects about God and religion.

Overview

Borat director Larry Charles follows host Bill Maher as he travels the continents interviewing various subjects about God and religion.

Editorial Reviews

Entertainment Weekly - Owen Gleiberman
He's a bombs-away provocateur, and in Religulous, Maher's blasphemous detonation of all things holy and scriptural, he doesn't really pretend to play fair. He's like Lenny Bruce with an inquiring mind and a video camera....
Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert
You may very well hate it, but at least you've been informed. Perhaps you could enjoy the material about other religions, and tune out when yours is being discussed. That's only human nature....
USA Today - Claudia Puig
Those with a taste for irreverent humor and clear-eyed analysis will find it funny, enlightening and disturbing....

Product Details

Release Date:
02/17/2009
UPC:
0031398105404
Original Release:
2008
Rating:
R
Source:
Lions Gate
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time:
1:41:00
Sales rank:
20,017

Special Features

CC; Commentary with Bill Maher and director Larry Charles; Deleted scenes; Bill Maher monologues from around the world

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Religulous
1. Self-Fulfilling Prophecy [5:08]
2. The Gospel of I Don't Know [9:52]
3. In the Green [5:14]
4. Wicked Ways [7:05]
5. Miracles [4:04]
6. God and Country [6:56]
7. Scripture As Science [4:51]
8. The Vatican [3:44]
9. Holy Land [9:58]
10. New Kids on the Block [5:40]
11. Neurological Disorder? [8:10]
12. The Second Coming [1:27]
13. Dissenting Opinions [3:18]
14. Under New Management [10:50]
15. End Times [5:34]
16. Credits [5:43]

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Religulous 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 44 reviews.
BelindaThaxter More than 1 year ago
Funny as heck. Bill Maher should be applauded for simply approaching this subject. So many lives have been lost throughout the years in the name of religion. Larry Charles directs with verve and a keen sense of curiosity about all of his subjects. Excellent!
Dr.Jason-Sherman More than 1 year ago
Realistic, entertaining, funny, and true. Bill goes out there and puts his ass on the line for all of us and points out the fairytale flaws that so many adults take to heart as a serious way of life.
CITAOH More than 1 year ago
I loved this !! I now worship at the feet of Bill Maher !! I have no idea how he managed to do this without losing his mind as people are NUTS !! These are questions that I have asked for years and was looked at as if I had killed Bambi. Hats off to you Mr. Maher and Mr. Charles and crew.. it couldn't have been easy, after all you WERE using LOGIC !! A MUST SEE !!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"Religuious" was laugh-out-loud funny, though some may say Maher was unfair in his portrayal of religion. If anything, Maher gets his audience thinking about religion and might lead viewers to seek out books/videos that have a chance of debunking religion, particularly Christianity.
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MasonC More than 1 year ago
Let me begin by confessing that I am an atheist. And let me point out that I am not an anti-religious person. But I am critical of religion, and I feel that religion is an issue that needs debated and questioned. Bill Maher is a voice of reason, skepticism and comedy that perfectly sums up the problems and absurdities we have with religion while doing so in a way that should not be taken too offensively. Bill travels the globe, meeting people who are devoutly religious and simply asking them questions about their faith. After revealing some background information, throwing in a few jokes and debating the devout, Bill Maher adopts a serious tone addressing the issues he has with religion and why it needs to change. In a humorous, critical and thought-provoking way, Bill gets us to ask the questions we need to start asking even more!
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dtmarkreaderviewer More than 1 year ago
Very interesting look at religion. I am a fan of Bill but didn't know exactly what format this DVD would take. It is not a comedy but an attempt to present Bill's views on religion. It is worth watching more than once.
Ricochet67 More than 1 year ago
I saw Religulous in the theatre and bought it as soon as it came out so I could share it with family and friends who didn't get to see it. Maher is always provacative - sometimes to the point of making me uncomfortable, but sometimes we need to be pushed out of our comfort zone to see another point of view.
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