My Scientology Movie
Upon the refusal of the Scientology Church to participate in the documentary movie, Louis Theroux, a filmmaker, who with the help of a former Scientologist, make a documentary, in which they spot lights on the most unacceptable violence works, done by the church leader, David Miscavige.
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March 16, 2017 My Scientology Movie isn't particularly deep-Alex Gibney's Going Clear comfortably remains the definitive film on this subject-but Theroux tackles what you might already know in a wryly compelling way.Read in Source
March 24, 2017 He's not content to copy Alex Gibney, whose 2015 documentary [Going Clear] provides a stunning inside look at the religion... No, Dower is more of an entertainer, and he imbues his storytelling style with a somewhat lighter touch.Read in Source
March 17, 2017 Despite the disingenuous premise, the movie stands as an entertaining and alarming companion to Gibney's more comprehensive Going Clear (which was in production about the same time).Read in Source
March 08, 2017 The film's a little choppy as Theroux takes side trips to interview other former Scientologists, but it comes together as a chilling look at America's most famous 20th-century homegrown religion.Read in Source
New York Times
March 08, 2017 At times it plays like an extended skit on "The Daily Show"; yet its disorder also makes its insights - like how strongly the church's training sessions resemble acting classes - feel refreshingly organic.Read in Source
March 20, 2017 (Theroux) doesn't really get anywhere in his attempts to discuss and understand Scientology, but his exploration is nonetheless entertaining.Read in Source
March 10, 2017 While My Scientology Movie provides a very entertaining tour of some of the questions that swirl around Scientology, viewers who've followed the story through the years will find little that's new or unexpected.Read in Source
March 11, 2017 New look at well-charted territory adds just enough to justify its existence.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
March 09, 2017 Theroux raises troubling questions about psychological warfare and how devoutness shades into fanaticism.Read in Source
The Young Folks
March 18, 2017 ... on its small scale it is one of the most entertaining and fun documentary watches in years.Read in Source
March 30, 2017 There's not a lot of shockingly new information per se, but watching Theroux filming covert Scientologists while they in turn film him, and so on, has its own sort of meta-charm.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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