I just watched Slacker Uprising, Michael Moore's new film that he's streaming for free at SlackerUprising.com. It's a bit of an odd movie, basically a concert DVD of Moore's 2004 tour of college campuses trying to get young people to vote. The thing is, even though Moore is usually a pretty big presence in his movies, in this one Moore *is* the movie. And it's dull. It's a lot of footage of Michael Moore asking people to vote, and people saying they're going to vote. No wonder he has to release it for free. I liked Bowling for Columbine. I thought Farenheit 911 was a very watchable movie. I liked Sicko, even though it was largely inaccurate and misleading. Michael Moore has made some very watchable, very compelling films. I think he's very good at what he does, even when he twists facts to fit his premises, and even if you disagree with his politics.