Canada Free Press says . . .

This is a film well worth seeing.  It’s a rebuttal in the Michael Moore mode with interviews with leading scientific experts on the ‘skeptic’ side as well as many common folks. (Read the full review)
The New York City Movie Guru says...

Director Shayne Edwards and producer/radio host Phil Valentine bravely shed light on the other end of the spectrum to give naysayers a chance to present their facts which disproves that man-made global warming exists. If you're open minded, you would at least be willing to hear what they have to say and then come up with your own conclusions. (Read the full review)

 
The Nashville Scene says...

Congratulations to 
Nashville talk-radio host Phil Valentine, whose new doc An Inconsistent Truth — a riposte to An Inconvenient Truth that takes a few pages from the Michael Moore playbook in setting up Al Gore as an elusive foil — actually topped the nation's per-screen box office chart last weekend. 
(Read the full review)


WND.com says...

There’s a new road bump in Gore’s campaign, a movie deliberately named “An Inconsistent Truth” that undermines Gore’s ideas, and for two weeks straight it was the top movie as measured by per screen gross revenue.
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The Memphis Commercial Appeal says...

A "global warming movement" critique that emerged from nowhere (or Nashville, which is close enough, by movie industry standards), "An Inconsistent Truth" was the surprise No. 1 movie in America on a per-screen basis on its opening weekend.
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WesternJournalism.com says...

The film was hilarious in the way Phil Valentine kept trying to get an interview with Al Gore. But, the film also had a serious side. Valentine did an excellent job of shredding Al Gore’s claims about climate change and alleged man-made global warming. (Read the full review)


Expressions Today says...

Recently I had the privilege of interviewing Mr. Valentine and we discussed his life and what prompted him to make An Inconsistent Truth.
(Read the full interview)


ScaredMonkeys.com says...

It is finally here, a film by Shayne Edwards and Conservative radio talk show host Phil Valentine provide us with a documentary regarding the global warming myth that Al Gore does not want you to see.
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The College Conservative says...

The movie is also highly amusing. In classic style, Valentine periodically shows clips from his on-the-street interviews to show the depth of knowledge, or more often the breadth of ignorance, of global warming disciples. So in addition to the factual corrections his documentary offers, these snippets provide a great sense of comic relief. (Read the full interview)

People who actually saw the movie say...

The Tennessean interviews AIT moviegoers.  
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