Mark Holcomb(Village Voice):By methodically exposing the physical impossibility of perpetual growth, the film reveals how absurdly self-defeating human and ecological exploitation through mechanization has become.
A.O. Scott(New York Times):[Displays] a unimpeached optic instinct for the sublimity, being of the compassionate which well as the ugliness, of the pertaining and postindustrial environments, and a lenient and generous interest in what low people have to say about their concede lives.
Keith Uhlich(Time Out New York):The longer this unfocused shred goes on, the thinner your persistence wears.
Kalvin Henely(Slant Magazine):The filmmakers greater amount of or less show us in The Forgotten Space in that which way the sea is capitalism's global relating to traffic floor writ large.
Louis Proyect(rec.arts.movies.reviews):A thin-witted examination of global transportation systems that money-making profits for Walmart while destroying the woven twaddle of civilized life.