The Yes Men Fix the World

The Yes Men Fix the World


Product Details

Release Date: 04/01/2010
UPC: 0767685215753
Original Release: 2008
Rating: NR
Source: New Video Group
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 1:27:00

Special Features

Deleted scenes; additional footage of Yes Men antics including "The Horribly Stupid Stunt Which Led To His Untimely Death," a 24-minute short film in which the Yes Men pose as the World Trade Organization; theatrical trailer; filmmaker biographies

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Andy Bichlbaum Participant
Mike Bonanno Participant
Reggie Waits Participant

Technical Credits
Andy Bichlbaum Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Mike Bonanno Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Doro Bachrach Producer
Raul Barcelona Cinematographer
Patrice Barrat Executive Producer
Johnny Burke Editor
Ruth Charny Producer
Alan Hayling Executive Producer
Patrick Lichty Animator
April Merl Editor
Neel Murgai Score Composer
Laura Nix Producer
Noisola Score Composer
Sarah Price Cinematographer
Jess Search Executive Producer
Juliette Timsit Executive Producer
Patrick Timsit Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Yes Men Fix the World
1. Water Ballet and Websites [2:55]
2. Good Skeleton? Gold Skeleton! [2:43]
3. The Gurus of Greed [6:20]
4. A Once-in-a-Lifetime Chance [5:23]
5. Finding the Bhopal Stranglers [10:40]
6. Why Good People Make Bad Companies [6:33]
7. Exxon Solves the Climate Problem [3:58]
8. How to Enjoy a Hurricane [9:14]
9. Survivaball of the Fittest [4:47]
10. HUD Gets a Heart [9:08]
11. All the News We Hope to Print [14:03]
12. A Few of the Yes Men [7:09]

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The Yes Men Fix the World 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
SMc52 More than 1 year ago
This movie is very funny. It doesn't have the budget for a highly cinematic feature, but the message is direct and points to what the "right" thing to do should be ethically, but how major corporations in the free-market capitalist system fail to pay attention to the impacts their decisions have on most people who don't have money, power, or a voice. This is a film that should make the rounds of those who care about the world and conditions in which many people live. Of course, those who need to see it, won't.
Eleven More than 1 year ago
And if you've seen these two merry pranksters, there's no need to convince you of their genius. I caught up with the dynamic duo at a Barnes & Noble 'meet and greet' and bought the new film. Most excellent, as usual! Even better than their first trip down Celluloid Lane! So sit right back and you'll hear a tale, a tale of corporate greed. That started from their college class and ended up on the BBC. Corporate America should fear these gate crashers as much as they do Michael Moore, Sasha Baron Cohen, Stephen Colbert, John Stewart, Bill Maher, Al Franken, Frank Rich and the ghosts of George Carlin, Kurt Vonnegut and William Proxmire. And after the horrendous, disastrous oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, I'm sure that BP is in the crosshairs of THE YES MEN. Enjoy the show ... It's a dynamo!