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Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe

Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe is a movie starring Del Matthew Bigtree, Mark F. Blaxill, and Michaela Blaxill. A documentary alleging that the CDC, the government agency charged with protecting the health of American citizens,...

Other Titles
Vaxxed: Die Schockierende Wahrheit!?, VAXXED - Die schockierende Wahrheit, MMRワクチン告発
Running Time
1 hours 31 minutes
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Andrew Wakefield
Andrew Wakefield, Del Matthew Bigtree
Del Matthew Bigtree, Michaela Blaxill, Mark F. Blaxill, Baxter Burrowes
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English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In 2013, biologist Dr. Brian Hooker received a call from a Senior Scientist at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) who led the agency's 2004 study on the Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR) vaccine and its link to autism. The scientist, Dr. William Thompson, confessed that the CDC had omitted crucial data in their final report that revealed a causal relationship between the MMR vaccine and autism. Over several months, Dr. Hooker records the phone calls made to him by Dr. Thompson who provides the confidential data destroyed by his colleagues at the CDC. Dr. Hooker enlists the help of Andrew Wakefield, the British gastroenterologist falsely accused of starting the anti-vax movement when he first reported in 1998 that the MMR vaccine may cause autism. In his ongoing effort to advocate for children's health, Wakefield directs this documentary examining the evidence behind an appalling cover-up committed by the government agency charged with protecting the health of American citizens. Interviews with pharmaceutical insiders, doctors, politicians, and parents of vaccine-injured children reveal an alarming deception that has contributed to the skyrocketing increase of autism and potentially the most catastrophic epidemic of our lifetime.

Comments about documentary «Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe» (21)

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Olivia Vargas

I saw this film at the Toronto Film Festival. It was kind of fun to see how a documentary could be produced and still be entertaining. I am glad that they did not use the tired old liberal propaganda ploy that all the evil anti-vaxxers are out to poison children with their disease based quackery. It's pretty cool to see the anti-vaccine people have a solid voice in a film that is not so hostile to their cause. A good documentary that doesn't look like a propaganda piece. I saw a bunch of people there that were anti-vaccine and they were really nice to me and made me want to see this film. I saw a lot of kids that were vaccinated and they were actually pretty excited about the film. I think that everyone should see this film and see how it was made. It's a pretty nice film.

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Anthony P.

I saw the movie in Amsterdam last night. The movie was very interesting and good. I'm very much impressed by the movie. It showed a lot of information about the studies of vaccines in medical school, especially about the US and Europe. The movie was also very well made, the footage was very convincing. I also liked the information about the "vaccine controversies" in the movie. It showed the information that was not so clear. The movie was also very funny. The most important part of the movie was the interviews with people who were in the "vaccine study" in the US and Europe. The information that was given was very convincing. I have not seen a movie like this before. It was very interesting. In conclusion, I think the movie was very good. It showed the information that was not clear. I hope that the movie will be released in the US and Europe in November. It should be very good. I also hope that the movie will be shown in the Netherlands in November.

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I am a skeptic about vaccines. I am also a skeptic about Big Pharma. So I have a very different perspective when I watch this documentary. This documentary is not about vaccines. It is a story about people who were not vaccinated and their kids became disabled. The movie makers are trying to tell the story of the people who lost their children and their lives. If you want to know what the truth is about vaccines, watch this movie. The movie makers do not want you to know that vaccines are safe. They want you to believe that vaccines cause autism, that vaccines cause diseases, that vaccines cause cancer. The truth is that vaccines do not cause autism, they do not cause diseases, they do not cause cancer. So watch this documentary. It is well done.

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Vincent G.

I don't really know what to say about this movie. It's about a group of people who all went to a different school. They've all been doing these types of things for years, but they're going to try to make a difference. The kids are told to prepare for the upcoming school year, which they can't get away from. I'm not sure if it's a documentary or a documentary about them, but it's still really interesting to see. It starts off with the whole group going to the school, getting a certificate, and the whole thing. It's a really interesting story about what's going on at the school. I also don't know what to say about the film. The acting is really good, but the narration is really weak. It's a really hard film to watch, because you don't really know what's going on. It's like they had a lot of different things going on, but they didn't really tell you what was going on. I think this is a really interesting film, but it's not as good as the previous ones.

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I've seen the movie, and I have to say I was very surprised by the way the documentary was presented. I thought it was very informative and the viewer was able to clearly see the manipulation of the facts. I also thought the way the documentary was edited was very good. The main focus of the documentary was showing the struggles of the parents who have had their child taken away by the authorities. The documentary was very well done, it was very good at presenting the point of view of the families who lost their child. The way it was presented, the viewer could clearly see how the doctors have been manipulating the facts to help the doctors in their careers. It also showed the way the parents were kept in the dark and the way the parents were treated by the police and how they were not allowed to do anything about it. It also showed the government having a motive for covering up the facts and making sure that no one would know what happened to their child. The documentary also showed the fact that the parents were allowed to make a documentary without being able to show it to the media, and also that the parents had no option to take their child and it was up to the police to make sure that the parents were removed from the country. The documentary also showed how the government had no right to take their child away from them. It also showed the fact that there were many cases where parents were able to come forward and say that they were not the biological parents of their child. I thought that the documentary was very informative and very well done, and it was very clear that the documentary was created by the people who had been affected by the media's lack of coverage of the facts. This documentary is an eye opener and it is a good and important documentary to watch. I highly recommend this documentary.

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Rachel P.

I saw the interview with Dr. Andrew Wakefield in the movie, "Saw" and then I bought the book. The book, "Saw," is the first book that I have ever read, and the movie is the second. This movie really starts the story of the autism epidemic and how vaccines are causing this epidemic. As a former science teacher, I thought this was really an interesting subject. The movie is filled with facts and information, but it is not a scientific documentary. The documentary is factual. I thought the movie was pretty accurate, but I have to admit that I am not a doctor. If you have read the book, you will definitely enjoy this documentary. It is really a must-see!

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You can't say that this documentary is without flaws. If you're a fan of anti-vaccination you'll likely find this documentary very offensive. However, if you're not, it is a very well done, albeit very biased, documentary that delves into the complicated details of the vaccine controversy and the scientific debates surrounding it. It's definitely not a balanced presentation and the documentary is way too long at 1 hour and 29 minutes. It has a lot of strong opinions about the science of vaccines and a few facts that could have been shown in a more balanced manner. But, overall, it's a very good documentary that gives an honest look at the vaccine controversy and the scientific issues surrounding it.

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Larry B.

The main issue with the vaccine-autism debate is that there's simply no convincing evidence that vaccines do or do not cause autism. This documentary was the first to break this story. It features interviews with experts, parents, journalists, and politicians. The film also includes a rare interview with the father of a child with autism. It was a little shocking, because he has spent his entire adult life trying to expose the fact that his son had autism. He's now doing his best to convince the public that vaccines are safe. The documentary is an eye-opener, and does a great job of getting the message across. I have a feeling that the documentary was done very deliberately to create a lasting effect. It was a shame that the film wasn't released in theaters, because it would have done a great job at convincing people to go and see it. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to see a great documentary on the subject. One of the things that was most important to me was that it was completely unbiased. The only person interviewed who was biased was one of the parents. The other people interviewed were neutral, and they were also not present for the first three minutes of the film. There's no doubt that the parents interviewed are incredibly passionate and believe that vaccines are dangerous. This documentary is very well done and is definitely worth seeing.

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Joe M.

There is so much wrong with the movie, that I have to question the motives of the producers. First, the fact that the vaccine, which is supposed to protect against smallpox, turns out to be dangerous, even deadly, as you see in the movie. To understand the mind of the person who made the decision to give the vaccine to the public, and to make that decision in the first place, is a very difficult task. This movie has not the slightest hint of how vaccine manufacturers would want to protect the public, and what they would want the public to know about it. This movie is about the fear, and the fear that is the main reason for the big corporations to keep the public in the dark about vaccines, and the fear that people have about what the disease can do. Vaccines do not protect against smallpox. They are not the same thing, as I have explained. They are a combination of several different diseases, all of which are harmful. The movie is not about the harm from vaccines, it is about the fear that people have about the diseases, and how it is caused by the fear. Vaccines are not a panacea. They have not been proved to be a true cure, nor have they been proven to be safe. They have only been proven to work, by some very large studies. The movie is full of talking heads, who talk about the issues, and how the issue is being dealt with. But there is not one single scientist, in the movie, who believes that vaccines are safe, effective, or effective in terms of saving lives. In the movie, we see a man, who is a scientist, who is in charge of a small research lab, and who is the expert, or doctor, who is going to make a decision that could save lives, but he has to be very careful in order to do it. There is one person who is not in charge of the research lab, but has to be in charge of the vaccine manufacturing, but he is not one of the experts. And this is the first problem with the movie. If the movie was about the vaccine industry, it would have been much better. But it is not. It is about the fear that the vaccine industry creates, and how the industry deals with the fact that it is causing this fear, in order to keep the public in the dark about the dangers of the vaccine, and to keep the profit margins high. It is about the fact that they are trying to cover up the fact that vaccines are not safe. It is about the fact that the fear is not really being addressed, and is only being used as a scare tactic. The movie was very well made, but

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After seeing the film "Cancer: The First 48 Hours" I think I have a pretty good idea of what is going on with cancer and how it is being covered up and manipulated to keep the public from knowing the truth. I think that many people are being manipulated by the medical community and their friends in the media. As a matter of fact, many of the scientists, who are in charge of the whole thing, are doing everything they can to keep the information from the public. The whole thing is so contrived and contrived that it is hard to believe. They are trying to keep the public ignorant and in a state of ignorance. The whole thing is really unbelievable. I thought it was very well done and very interesting. It is a film I recommend to all people, because I think it is very important to be informed and to make the decision that is right for you. It's a very powerful movie. But it is also very important for people to know the facts of what is going on with the human race. It is a very important film to show the entire thing.

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Joe O.

This is a documentary about the parent-child relationship, about the dangers of vaccination and the lack of education about the dangers of childhood vaccinations. It is written by Dr. Michael E. Moroney, who was the medical director of CDC, and by his wife Nancy. Their children had two different types of autism and both of them had a severe reaction to MMR, and the children were diagnosed with "autism spectrum disorders" at ages of 2 and 6 years old. It is a very disturbing documentary, and it's about time that people realize that vaccines are safe, and they are actually helping the cause of autism. However, the vaccine-autism connection is being ignored and it is becoming more and more apparent that it's all a conspiracy and a cover-up. I don't know if the documentary is as good as it's intended to be, but it's a very important one and I recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the dangers of vaccines, and about the fact that they don't work and are harmful.

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The movie is very factual and factual in the sense that it is based on a real incident that occurred in 1988, but I think that is what makes it more powerful. I think that this movie is really important because it is the first documentary that is about the pharmaceutical industry and what they are doing to children in the US. Most of the "pro-vaccine" groups are actually pro-pharmaceutical, and the movie is really a warning to the pharmaceutical industry. This is also an example of the fact that there are many vaccine injuries that are never reported or covered by the mainstream media. A lot of people may not even know about these, but the movie really shows how important this is, because even though the movie is based on a real event, it is still very powerful and should be seen by people.

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The movie starts with a fictional statement that these people were "informed" by their doctor of a vaccination against autism and then they had an outbreak of autism among these people. I felt like the filmmakers tried to push the envelope as far as they could without being too revealing. They really needed to work on this, I think the documentary could have been better. I think the film had a lot of potential, but they could have made it more engaging. I also felt like the film did not go into enough detail about how these people actually lived and their beliefs. Also, I felt like the way they presented their beliefs was different than other documentaries. They did not present it in a more sensational way. It was more like a documentary. The documentary did a good job at showing what these people went through, but I felt like they could have done a better job at creating a more engaging documentary.

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Linda Pearson

I don't like to see all the negative things that come out about the film, because I think that it's a good documentary. I really enjoy the interviews, and I also really like the manner in which they have tried to get the information out to the public. The film does a good job of putting the science to the test, and it is often very entertaining to watch. I really like the way in which they have tried to get the information out, because it is sometimes very entertaining, as if you were just watching a documentary on the Internet. The information on the vaccine-autism link is really good, and it really gives the viewer a good understanding of what it's like to be a parent in that situation. The documentaries are really interesting to watch, and they are informative. In general, I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in what the science behind vaccines is, and how it's possible to have an autism-vaccine link. This is definitely a documentary that will stay in your mind for a long time, and it will make you want to learn more about the whole issue of vaccines, autism and how it's possible to have an autism-vaccine link. It's a good documentary, and I think that it's well-worth watching.

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Timothy Edwards

The documentary has lots of data, but I was let down by the speed and focus of the film, which was more about the topic than the facts. The documentary didn't give the complete story. I'm sure the truth will be revealed eventually, but I feel like it was rushed. The doctor with the trachea is a first-rate scientist, but I was left with the feeling that there were some gaps in the documentary. I'd say the film is worth seeing, if for nothing else to see Dr. Mercola's voice and opinions on the subject, but be warned: You are going to be bored. I'd give this a 7 or 8 out of 10, and only for the fact that the facts are presented with a lot of veracity.

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Grace Barnett

It's actually a pretty good documentary. It's all about the controversial 'Truth or Dare' game that was played in the early years of the vaccine controversy. You can see the back stories of the many people involved in the game. Some of the people are well known in their own right and others are just in it for the money. It's not really a big show-and-tell, but it's a nice documentary. It's not an insult to those who know their history. There are some excellent interviews with vaccine-related people who have been on both sides of the issue. They also provide a good look at the reactions to the controversy. The documentary also covers some interesting aspects of the autism research and also some of the trials in which the vaccine was tested. There is also a look at some of the people involved with the study. It's certainly not a definitive look at the issue. It's just a nice look at the history of the issue and some of the people involved. It's definitely a good documentary. 7/10

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Melissa W.

Watching this movie made me feel really bad about my nation, as it's always going to have the wrong people for the right jobs. The real people and their lives are far more interesting than this movie.

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Michael G.

This is a very powerful documentary. It is not sensationalistic or sensationalist. It is a very honest and objective look at the truth about vaccines and autism. The way it is presented is very powerful. I think the documentary is very important because it shows that there are many people who are suffering from autism. There are many families who are suffering because they have lost their child to autism. It is important to understand the true cause of autism and how vaccines are the cause of autism. This documentary will be very helpful for parents who are dealing with autism. It will help them understand what is really happening and how vaccines are the cause of autism.

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Olivia Morgan

This is a great documentary that will make you think and it will make you think about the facts. It is not a perfect documentary, it has a few flaws. It doesn't go into all the details about the vaccine and it doesn't go into the medical side of the vaccine. However, the film does a great job of making you think about the facts and what they are. The film does a great job of getting you to think about the facts and what they are. It is a very powerful film. I highly recommend this film.

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Gary T.

The movie is based on the book written by Andrew Wakefield, the man who developed the vaccine in question. Wakefield was the only one who had any kind of connection to the vaccine and his book is the most damaging piece of anti-vaccine propaganda ever written. It's not about vaccines per se, but about the fact that the CDC and the pharmaceutical companies are so desperate to keep the vaccines on the market that they are willing to sell anything to get it. In the movie, we see the truth about the vaccine and the dangers of it. The movie is a very important one because it gives the general public a better understanding of what is really going on with vaccines and the vaccine industry. The movie is also very informative and informative about the dangers of vaccines and the CDC. It's very hard to find a movie that gives you the full picture of the vaccine industry and the CDC. I highly recommend this movie. It's a must see.

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Olivia P.

This documentary is absolutely brilliant. The director did a fantastic job of telling the story of what happened in the 1980s with the MMR vaccine. The film is a must see for anyone who wants to know what really happened with the MMR vaccine. The film also shows the hidden history of the vaccine and how the CDC covered it up. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about what really happened with the MMR vaccine.