What the Bleep Indeed
All i can say is, from the reviews i've read, you really shouldn't watch it if you want to hold on to your sanity.
From website nthposition.com:
"...it combines vacuous New Age mysticism with junk science through extraordinarily ham-fisted film making and thoroughly nasty, low-budget CGI."
"In fact, the science doesn’t have to be quantum physics to be buggered senseless in the street by What the Bleep - they extend this courtesy to pretty much all disciplines."
And a little insight from the Millenium Project (J.Z. Knight is listed under "Special Thanks" and Ramtha is listed as one of the scientists involved in the production):
"Ramtha is the spirit guide of JZ Knight, and was born 35,000 years ago in the slums of Onai, the major port of Atlantis. After 63 out-of-body experiences, and with his body vibrating faster than light, Ramtha became one with the wind. Free of weight, he ascended into the Seventh Heaven from the side of Mount Indus in Turkey and he and God became the one entity. He is now part of an unseen brotherhood of superbeings who love us and hear our prayers. This brotherhood will shortly initiate the "Age of God", and this will mean the end of disease, suffering, war and death. (I am not making this up!) Ramtha is now also a scientific advisor to hybrid documentary films."
Scientist indeed. Apparently Ramtha and Shirley McClaine were brother and sister in Atlantis, according to her book Dancing in the Light. If this isn't enough to tell you not to watch this movie, then I don't know what is.