Hooray! Finally, I get to see this, courtesy of the fine folks at Special Ops Media (who apparently don't mind it when I occasionally grace their products with horribly-written, negative reviews with more spelling and grammatical errors than your average Free Republic thread.)
I wanted to see this in the theater, but as you might recall, I could never score tickets- it was always sold out. In the end, I wound up seeing "A Scanner Darkly," which, as you might remember, is the worst film ever made. (Read the review here.) Fortunately for all of us in blue communities who could never scalp a ticket, and for those good folks in the red states whose local theaters never featured it- "An Inconvenient Truth" is now out on DVD.
For those few who aren't aware, A quick synopsis: Someone decided to join together the dynamic action of a power point presentation, and the intensity of a scientific lecture delivered by an ex-politician. Who knew that the film would turn out to be a virtual blockbuster, which succeeded in both pleasing audiences, wowing critics, and raking in a goodly sum of money?