Racing Extinction

2015 • 94 minutes
132 reviews
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Racing Extinction is an eco-thriller that examines mankind's role in mass extinction. Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Louie Psihoyos joins scientists, environmentalists, artists, and engineers to draw attention to this pressing issue.
132 reviews
Rheanne Perry
January 24, 2016
It's a documentary that shows you the facts in a way that you can't miss interpret, visuals like that can't be faked. They take all the data that scientists have known for years, paired it with footage of the horrors that are happening and instead of uselessly trying to show it to the politicians and law-makers. They show it to the everyday people on the street. This documentary sits right alongside "The Cove' and "Sharkwater". A documentary that dumps a cold bucket of water on you and forces you to see what's actually going on.
Luis Salinas
March 27, 2016
Excelente documental. Necesario para aprender aquello que nuestros ojos no quieren ver. Brinda la oportunidad de no olvidarnos lo que esta sucediendo día tras día con todo lo que nos rodea, en nuestra frenética carrera consumista de adquirir y poseer todo lo que se nos antoje sin mediar la responsabilidad que tenemos como una especie mas que debe heredar un planeta, sino en mejores condiciones; pero al menos en las mismas condiciones que lo encontramos. Las imágenes y el profesionalismo son indudablemente lo mas motivador al momento de ver la película. sea esta una oportunidad de aprendizaje, que no lo podemos perder.
Amber Kearney
June 26, 2019
one of the best documentaries out there. it's so easy to ignore what's happening in the world or to not care because we wont be here for the end anyway. Most of us dont understand the ramifications of what could happen NOW if we dont make a better effort every day to make our world more sustainable, less toxic, less harmful to all. people and animals. we share the same space and a common thrive and survive and leave the world better than when we came in it.