Well having read all these posts I could say a lot......
I've watched it at least 3-4 times, I think it helps to watch it twice to get where they're coming from a little more.
AND.... for crying out loud will people stop saying that the secret tells you to just sit back, think positive and let it all come to your doorstep.
Personally I have had some cool stuff happen since, I'm a car nut and a 1 of 6 ever built car, that I had dreamed of landed in my lap. I had to get a loan, and keep working to pay the $$$, but the opportunity alone to get a go at puchasing this car was amazing enough.
They say that true focus on what you really want (not what the bloody tv convinces you to want)
and keeping yourself positive and your thoughts away from pain of the past, or fear of the future.... and are what can help you get what you want.
They say that if you are projecting and thinking well, that the path to what you want can present itself.... but still, you must make the right choices and step that path.
This is why it's important to release the pain and the fear.
They mention some stuff of the metaphysics that is really starting to back some of these concepts scientifically, even if the science itself is still a bit theoretical and being proven in very small steps, with surprises along the way.
Watch "What the Bleep do we Know?" that goes into that side of this kind of thing a lot more.
No, it's not new info, but it's still 'info' and concepts many, many people are not very familiar with. I think it is a bit nasty of anybody to profit largely on this when they could just introduce people to this stuff for a small cost, and put them on the path to much of the free stuff on the net and so on....
But.... if a bit of marketing hype and whatnot spreads the word and wakes people up a little bit.... good.
I do not know of how they make money other than book and DVD, I imagine there are probably some "classes" or some bloody thing that people can subscribe to and keep paying for, but ultimately it's their choice anyway. If paying some money for something makes them feel good well so what?
People pay through the nose for drugs to feel good, and end up feeling sh***.
I think it's rough to call it a scam, but if people rant about it for ever and ever then that's silly. There's nothing so amzing that you can't digest it, use it and move on while continuing to use the concepts if you so wish.
I've listened to a lot of Deepak Chopra's audiobooks, Synchrodestiny is brilliant. Wayne Dyer is good, I'm not a fan of Robbins, way too American for me, he rants a bit. He has good points to make though. All of these sorts of things and similar films like What the Bleep... are all good to watch/read/listen as you get different perspectives on essentially the same thing - how we work.