Reasonable Doubt

DVD Release: September 18, 2007
Reasonable Doubt
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Synopsis

Discover the fascinating modern scientific discovery, unknown to Charles Darwin, that is shaking the scientific and academic establishment’s biological evolution theory.

Dove Review

“Reasonable Doubt” deals with the theory of evolution and proves, through modern scientific knowledge and the testimony of a tenured professor, that not all intelligent people subscribe to the belief.

The filmmakers have some fun with the topic, jesting about the belief that, some 14 billion years ago, nothing, somehow, became something: Light appeared, and the un-living lived! In a funny scene, the narrator imitates Dr. Frankenstein from the 1931 Boris Karloff film, and shouts, “It’s alive! It’s alive! It’s alive!”

The documentary makes use of modern science to discuss relevant topics such as DNA, natural selection (as opposed to variations in species), the Big Bang Theory, the Primordial Soup Theory, the Thermal Vent Theory, the Comet Deposition Theory, and other modern scientific theories. The scientists, the animated cell figures, and the chicken and the egg provide for some entertaining, yet enlightening education. Although the filmmakers do not offer alternative theories, such as Creationism, they do encourage people to examine just how unreliable the Theory of Evolution really is and show how Darwin’s scientific facts have become obsolete.

We are happy to award this film our Dove Family Approved Seal for all ages, although it is not intended for young children.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: Shirtless men and beings, possibly angels, in a painting; one man's rear is almost completely nude in painting; an animated male model is shirtless; brief scene of a woman in a modest bathing suit.
Other: Scientific teaching that questions the validity of the Theory of Evolution; skulls are shown.

Info

Company: Gateway Films / Vision Video
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 73 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter