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Stupidity sets out to determine whether our culture is hooked on deliberate ignorance as a strategy for success. From Adam Sandler to George W Bush, from the IQ test to TV programming, to the origins of the word moron, Stupidity examines the "dumbing down" of contemporary culture.
Featuring: Steve-O Bill Maher Noam Chomsky George W. Bush
Stupidity embarks on an exhaustive search into its meaning, and the implications of a culture that is obsessed and saturated with stupefying culture. Stupidity careens at warp speed through sound bites on topics from television news and reality shows, to internet sites and popular films.
Featuring opinions and comments from some of today's most recognizable figures, cultural critics, authors and academics, including John Cleese, Noam Chomsky, Selma Hayek, and Bill Maher, Stupidity reveals that, despite our culture's extensive access to knowledge and information, humans continue to choose stupidity.
Now you can "get stupid" in the comfort of your home with the new Stupidity DVD.
DVD EXTRAS INCLUDE:
- Commentary track by Director Albert Nerenberg
- Uncut and Extended interviews with Noam Chomsky, Bill Maher, Joel Schumacher, and more
- Documentary Channel interview with Albert Nerenberg
Best Documentary, Atlantic City Film Festival
Official Selection, Hot Docs & Just for Laughs Comedy Festival
"Amusing and horrifying" -- Austin Chronicle, 2002
"Clever, hilarious, and perfectly timed." -- San Francisco Chronicle, 2002
"One of the most entertaining and compelling films of the year." -- Willamette Week, 2002
Achingly funny" -- SF Gate, 2002
***** It's O.K. --- glad I only paid $2.00 for it -- Love Bill but he could had put more work into this one...Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Not everyone highlighted in the book as stupid is stupid, but that doesn't seem to be the point. Some good stuff and some stupid stuff in it. Read morePublished on November 18, 2012 by Rolf Smith
Can't believe I missed this film when it debuted in 03. It's worth watching - it will make you think. Read morePublished on June 27, 2009 by Dawn Rosa