I hate to call the Zeitgeist films a “conspiracy theory” series, but that is what the documentaries are. As a fan of the first two, I was pleased when the third installment came out with over 1 million views in the first week.
Much like the previous films, it starts off with criticisms toward the existing way of political, and economic, and social systems and then ends with some very plausible solutions. It is also more informative than it is entertaining.
While I have an insatiable thirst for progressive knowledge, after the first 20 minutes or so of viewing this movie I felt a little bored. Overall, the whole movie could be edited down to save at least 30 minutes of repetitive interviews.
The content, on the other hand, is just as idealistic and tantalizing as the first two films. Creator Peter Joseph should be proud that the Zeitgeist Movement has gotten as strong as it has today.