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Actors of "Religulous"
Directors of "Religulous"Larry CharlesBirthdate: 1 December 1956, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Religulous"Time OutApril 03, 2009
Over-extended but nonetheless thought provoking and humorous documentary.Film.comNovember 10, 2008
Maher is essentially and professionally a comic, and the measure of this movie is not just the thoughts it provokes but the laughs it generates.At the MoviesNovember 10, 2008
I think this is an important movie, challenging, many beliefs that many of us seem unwilling to talk about. Mainly, though, you'll laugh...a lot.Chicago TribuneOctober 18, 2008
About half of the movie works in its snide, hit-and-run way. The other half throws more and more darts at the same balloon, long after it pops.New York Magazine/VultureOctober 18, 2008
Religulous has an unholy fervor that should start many bonfires.Los Angeles TimesOctober 18, 2008
Maher sets out not after answers but cheap laughs that preach, so to speak, to the converted.Suite101.comSeptember 17, 2010
Bill Maher admittedly dresses a one-sided anti-religion diatribe in documentary linens and the hypocrites he finds make great punchlines. But he also addresses the historically proven truth of faith perverted for power and the danger posed to us all.The Age (Australia)December 09, 2009
Rather disconcertingly, the film builds towards a vision of the apocalypse, the destructive fate that religious conflicts have in store for us -- a version of the future any hellfire preacher would be proud of.FILMINK (Australia)December 09, 2009
Borat/Bruno meets Michael Moore in this funny and thought provoking attack on religion.Herald Sun (Australia)December 09, 2009
So if you are not already on-side with [Maher's] particular leanings, the pickings in Religulous are very slim indeed.minnpost.comSeptember 01, 2009
The Passion of the MaherWashington TimesAugust 30, 2009
Instead of confronting real problems radiating from the world's major religions Mr. Maher and Mr. Charles opt for Borat redux, making fun of silly little yokels.
Gallery of "Religulous"