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(11606) 6.7 99 min 2015

My Scientology Movie is a movie starring Louis Theroux, Tom Cruise, and Marty Rathbun. Louis Theroux documents his investigation into what goes on behind the scenes of the infamous Church of Scientology.

Starring
Marty Rathbun, Tom Cruise, Paz de la Huerta, Louis Theroux
Genres
Documentary
Director
John Dower

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director John Dower
Writer John Dower, Louis Theroux
Stars Marty Rathbun, Tom Cruise, Paz de la Huerta, Louis Theroux
Country UK
Also Known As Theroux ja skientologia, Mi película de la cienciología, Louis Theroux og scientologane, Theroux och scientologi, Meu Filme de Cientologia, Min film om Scientology
Runtime 1H 39M
Description Louis Theroux documents his investigation into what goes on behind the scenes of the infamous Church of Scientology.

Top reviews

Sunday, 12 Jul 2020 20:09

Spent the last couple of hours with Rick Reiner in his home in Hawaii. It was a great and fun day. He has a well documented history of being a vocal critic of Scientology. When I first heard he was going to be doing a movie about Scientology I thought "oh good he will go against their 'cause they're the Church of Scientology." I was a bit skeptical but it turned out to be a very interesting experience. It was a little bit of a surprise to hear him attack Scientology with a humorous sense of humor. The film was funny, it was funny how Rick would take you on a journey of discovery. It was funny to see him in Hawaii and there was a little bit of familiarity to his background as a documentary filmmaker. When he would be criticizing Scientology he would always be saying "I'm not saying that what they do is good, I'm saying that it is bad." And then he would add some funny things to it. It was very interesting and funny to see how he would turn it around and show how it was bad. I was very impressed by him. I knew that his church would never approve of his movie, I figured he would never approve it because he doesn't do his own work. But his movie was very interesting to me. He showed a lot of them filming in Hawaii and that was very interesting. I found out that his wife is also a documentary filmmaker and was very interested in her film. The film did show the negative effects on his life. It was very interesting to see how Rick took on the mission to make a film about Scientology. It was interesting to see how Rick dealt with the negative aspects of it. I liked the movie very much. It was very funny and he did a great job. I liked it very much. It was an interesting documentary and very entertaining. The film is good and worth seeing.
Thursday, 09 Jul 2020 23:27

As a Scientologist, I was very aware of the evils of Scientology's main institutions. In particular, the very strict and unethical condition of auditing was something that I knew personally. I knew that there was no such thing as "trouble" in auditing, as it was a form of mind control. As a result, I did not care very much for Scientology, as I was aware of their unethical methods. I was unaware of the other aspects of Scientology. I came to this documentary for two reasons. First, I had read and heard enough about Scientology to realize that this is a great documentary and had to find out more about it. Second, I was familiar with John Travolta and wanted to learn more about him. I think this documentary does a very good job of giving a thorough account of the truth behind Scientology. The other documentaries that I have seen on Scientology, such as "Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health" and "Tales from the Bridge", only give a short description of Scientology. The documentary does not give any spoilers about the whole truth behind Scientology. The documentaries that do give hints of Scientology's sadistic and abusive methods are only for the purpose of raising awareness. However, the documentary does not have any spoilers. This is a very good documentary. It is well done and was able to give a great overview of Scientology. I recommend this documentary to anyone that is interested in Scientology. If you are not, then I recommend it to you as a good way to learn about Scientology.
Tuesday, 07 Jul 2020 14:30

I've been a Scientologist for 20 years. I've been attending conferences for the past 20 years. I have been a skeptic all along. I had a friend who was not a Scientologist. I still don't believe in it. I was very disappointed when this documentary was released. I was so much more excited to see the documentary. I had read the reviews of the documentary, and I was surprised to see how many people didn't like it. I don't understand the hate for this film. I think it's important for people to understand that it's a documentary. If you don't want to see it, don't. But I think that the reason people don't like it is because they have their own reasons for not liking it. So I don't agree with what I read. But I think it's important to get the facts out there, and then we can all decide for ourselves. I didn't like this film because it was too political. I didn't like that they talked about what had happened in the past. It seemed to me that the only reason people hated this film was because they didn't like the Scientology part. I found this documentary really interesting. It made me realize what I've been doing for the last 20 years. I can't think of anything I've done in the last 20 years that is as meaningful and important as what I've been doing for the last 20 years. The documentaries that I've seen that talk about what Scientology has done for us are all quite boring. I can't help but think that when people are dealing with a religion, they should probably talk about the positive aspects of that religion, rather than talking about the negative aspects. It's really frustrating that some people can't see that. Maybe we should start talking about the positive aspects of Scientology and what we've done for our families. I think this is the kind of film that's important to make, because it's a documentary and I think people need to see it. I don't know if I can recommend this documentary, because I think it's important to see it. But if you can't, don't bother. It's not something you should miss.
Friday, 03 Jul 2020 22:14

I must admit that I found the original "Scientology Movie" boring and boring, and that's the way I'm thinking about this one too. Not only the acting is bad, but the directing and editing are terrible. This one tries too hard to get the audience to laugh at how bad it is and I was just not that interested in it. I never get interested in a film about the Church of Scientology, so I'm not really surprised that I liked this one so much. It's also very fake and unreal. It's just a bunch of people saying all sorts of ridiculous things. I must admit that when I saw the original I was more interested in how the people inside the church actually lived and what they believed. I don't know how Scientology is supposed to be a religion and how it's supposed to be more or less legit. I'm not trying to start a debate on that, but I'm just saying that the first one had the same sort of quality and intelligence. It was also interesting to see how the church did things in the early 90's. They had a huge flop in the early 90's, and they went for something new. It was also nice to see how the church was very paranoid about people watching them, and how they were trying to do things on their own. I don't really see how people like this film, but I did enjoy it. It's definitely not a movie for people who are looking for something new. This film is probably one of the worst I've seen. If you're interested in Scientology, then it would be better to just go and see the movie "Rehabilitation Project Force" which is a much better movie about the religion. "Scientology Movie" is a very bad movie that tries too hard to get the audience laughing at how bad it is and how bad it is for those inside the church.
Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 07:33

I didn't realize how deep and touching this film was going to be until I had watched it. But it does not hurt to be in a good mood for watching this. When I first heard that the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences was awarding a best picture award to Steven Soderbergh's film, I was a little skeptical, and I was even a little nervous when I first heard the news. But after seeing the film I am now convinced that the Academy was justified. The film is very powerful and really deserves the best picture award. I think that some of the arguments made by the church (the main ones in this film) are very valid. In my opinion, the most important part of the film is when one of the missionaries, who believes in a powerful supernatural entity, questions one of the priests about his beliefs. This is what we call a personal attack. The movie is good at showing this attack on the church and their beliefs. Another example of this is when the priest, after one of his religious teaching session, gives a sermon to a group of people and explains to them that the group members need to be more humble and humble themselves. Another personal attack is the church's arguments that they have proof that God is dead. I have to say that I think the church is a group of people who are trying to make up a false reality. Steven Soderbergh does a great job at showing how a church who believes in God and a supernatural entity could have such a powerful effect. Also, the church did a great job of not explaining to the people in the movie that God is not dead. If the church had explained this to them they would have lost their faith. Another big part of the movie is the relationship between the priest and the woman. The priest is the leader of the church, and he tries to force the woman to worship him. I think that this relationship is very important because in a church like this one it is easy to be an obedient follower. Another thing I liked about this movie is the fact that it shows the true face of religion. I was impressed by the fact that the church is so secretive and secretive about their beliefs. I found that very interesting. The church keeps so much to themselves. There are so many problems that the church faces because they hide the truth. This movie is extremely powerful and very important because it shows the power of religion and the power of God.
Tuesday, 02 Jun 2020 20:22

This is a documentary about the life of Scientology founder L Ron Hubbard, an organisation that existed for many years without his knowledge. It is a sort of "documentary" style that shows how the organisation got started. The film shows the contradictions and failings of the organisation, the brutal treatment that people had to endure, and the final wish to have Hubbard's ideas of "technology" and "truth" taken down. The footage of Scientology sessions and conferences is a strong point of this film, and as a result it could be seen as some kind of "documentary" in the wrong sense. I think, however, that it is really an important documentary, and should be seen by anyone who is interested in the history of Scientology. I don't think that this film is "bad" in any sense of the word, but I think that it could have been made better. The footage of Scientology sessions is the best part of the film, and it could have been edited and/or made into a documentary. Other parts of the film that could have been better include the interviews with the people who worked with Hubbard, and the interviews with the former members of the organisation. Also, at times, the documentary feels like it is just a long advertisement for Scientology. The real point of the film is to show how Hubbard's ideas of "technology" and "truth" were taken down by the world, and that the organisation ended up hurting people. Overall, this is a very good documentary about the history of Scientology and how it became a bad name. A lot of people are not really interested in this history, and so they will probably not care about this documentary. However, it is important to see this history, because it is how the world and its history has changed.
Wednesday, 06 May 2020 16:35

My Scientology Movie is a documentary that chronicles the formation of the Religious Technology Center (RTC) in Clearwater, Florida. I found the film quite interesting and a lot of fun. This documentary presents a historical perspective of the RTC, as well as the activities of the RTC in the United States. The film does not only focus on the RTC, but on the Religious Technology Center and all the other Christian and Christian Science ministries that have roots in Clearwater. These ministries include the following organizations: the Family Research Council, the American Family Association, Focus on the Family, the Aryan Nations, the Council of Conservative Citizens, the American Family Association, etc. This film shows how these ministries have come to be in the United States, including the History of the RTC, the political activity of the RTC, and the activities of the RTC in the United States. The RTC was formed in 1975 by Jerry Falwell. It was originally called the American Center for Bio-Science and Medicine. As the film begins, Falwell is quoted as saying, "I am the head of the Falwell Family. Our role is to keep the foundation strong for the Christian Science movement in this country." The documentary does not talk about the Falwell family's involvement in the RTC, however. The RTC was formed as a Christian Science ministry, and the Falwell family continues to be involved in this ministry. The RTC began with the Christian Science movement, and they have always had strong ties to the Christian Science movement. The film does not talk about the Falwell family's involvement in the RTC. They just mention it and then leave it to the viewer to decide if they think it was appropriate or not. The RTC has become quite popular in the United States. They have been active in the political arena and have been at the forefront of religious activism. They have played an important role in the creation of the First Amendment, the establishment of the National Association of Evangelicals, and the "American Christian Science Association" (which was created in the early 1970s). The RTC has been involved in these activities, but it is mostly in the United States. Their involvement in the United States was of international significance. The RTC is involved in efforts to spread the message of the Christian Science movement in the United States and in countries such as the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. In the United States, they have been involved in politics and other political activities. They have also been involved in outreach efforts to aid the homeless. The RTC has been active in political campaigns to promote the Christian Science movement, such as the television commercials that featured
Tuesday, 14 Apr 2020 08:40

There are times when I see a person in a wheelchair and ask myself: "Where do they get those things?" I then see this film and I find out that Scientology is about 50% of the material. My previous two visits to the Scientology Center in Los Angeles had helped me get a general understanding of what the organization was and how it operates. As a result, I had no qualms about going to see this film. It is one of the best documentaries I have seen so far. I was not expecting anything of substance, but I did not want to waste any of my time. I am so glad I did. For a documentary that covers only two of the world's most popular religions, it is a must see. I especially liked how they showed how Scientology works and how it works for some of the "stars." However, there are a few things that I did not like. They talked about how some of the "stars" do not show emotions or show any signs of vulnerability, but in fact, they are in fact the most vulnerable of all the people in the film. That is fine. However, I felt that some of the people in the film are portrayed as being completely without emotions. This could be, but it was not. I did not like the fact that they showed a person being interviewed and then he/she suddenly shows an emotion (I felt a bit sorry for him/her). The person in question could have had a personality disorder (such as Bipolar disorder) that left them completely incapable of expressing anything. I also did not like the fact that there were no "sad" scenes. When I was going to see the film, I saw the reviews that said this is a "gory" film. Well, I think that was an understatement. There were a few scenes that were very graphic. However, there were a few scenes that were very soft. For example, there was a scene where a person gets his leg chopped off and that person is in tears. The person in question was not violent, but he had no emotion whatsoever. I also found the scenes of people in wheelchairs to be very disturbing. For example, a man is getting his leg amputated. He does not complain, he is totally calm and I did not feel any empathy for him. I did not see the film, but I felt that this is one of the most disturbing movies I have seen in a while. It is not like this happens every day. It is like it happens every day but it is never shown. It is disturbing. Another thing that bothered me was the scene where some Scientologists were listening to a real estate agent and when the


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