• Christian Flemm

    ★★★ Watched by Christian Flemm 27 Aug, 2014

    Not really much to say here. Really funny that the real innovators are living in a trailer when the big businessman that are marketed as innovators well... they aren't actually innovating... I suppose Elon Musk is an example. He seems intelligent (at least morseo than most execs), but is much more of a businessman than his original partner.

    Just wish they hadn't overly-glorified Tesla. Believe me, I'm all for "going electric", but I want to atleast see results.

    Still waiting for Hyperloop though!

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  • Øivind N

    ★★★ Watched by Øivind N 30 Jun, 2014

    Interesting to see how Elon Musk and Tesla struggles in the beginning.

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  • Edith Nelson

    ★★★ Watched by Edith Nelson 15 Apr, 2014

    What Drives Progress

    One of the most important details about the electric car to me is mentioned precisely once. By, as I recall, Danny DeVito. (A proud electric car owner himself, and apparently one of the people whose EV1s were taken away when GM decided there was no money in electric cars.) He's talking up the advantages of it, and he admits that the cleanliness of the things is directly proportionate to the source of electricity they're drawing on. An…

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  • Thirdi Canggi

    ★★★½ Watched by Thirdi Canggi 03 Apr, 2014

    Elon Musk and Bob Lutz in one frame.

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  • Fesapo

    ★★★½ Watched by Fesapo 08 Feb, 2012

    70/100

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  • Eli

    ★★½ Watched by Eli 07 Sep, 2013

    At times it seemed like a really long car commercial, but it's a car I'd like to buy. Sometimes things could have been edited better. Namely the Anthony Kiedis excerpts. It almost felt like he was in a different documentary. It seemed like the director didn't know where to put his comments, so he just shoved them in at random places.
    All in all it was enjoyable, especially to see the kind of people that make the grand decisions that shape the way we drive. I'd recommend this documentary if you are bored and looking for time to kill, but don't expect too much.

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  • Jason Taningco

    ★★★½ Watched by Jason Taningco 13 Jul, 2013

    Less a look into the social and industrial machinery than the first movie (WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR?) was than a series of profiles of the men are attempting to revive the vehicle. In that way, I think it loses some of the urgency of its predecessor. Some of the biographical minutiae included feels relatively useless and out of place.

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  • Zarban

    ★★★½ Watched by Zarban 04 Jul, 2013

    Never saw Who Killed..., but this was fun and optimistic. It's great how Tesla has greatly surpassed this already with a nearly perfect car in the Model S with more to come as batteries improve.

    Ray Wert's skepticism about the Model S is quite funny in retrospect.

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  • RealDeadOne

    ★★★ Watched by RealDeadOne 31 May, 2013

    Fun triple threat movie regarding three companies gambling on the electric car; Tesla, Nissan and a surprising return of GM after the EV1 disaster. What does it all mean? 2013 and things are still looking promising.

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  • TwinIon

    ★★★★ Watched by TwinIon 07 May, 2013

    An interesting, if overly optimistic, look at electric cars from 2008-2011. It tells the first chapter of a story that in 2013, we're only starting the second.

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  • Lewis Holt

    ★★★ Watched by Lewis Holt 04 Apr, 2013

    Very interesting doc on the future of vehicles and manufacturing. Worth a watch

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  • Luke Grima

    ★★★★ Watched by Luke Grima 19 Mar, 2013

    More satisfying than the first doc, but perhaps more down to the happier ending. Still really interesting.

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