Self-described "anti-globalization activists" the Yes Men are the world's most ambitious pranksters, going to shocking lengths to expose profit-driven corporate heartlessness. The Men are rescued from Michael Moore–ish glibness by the scope of their endeavors (hijacking a BBC broadcast aired live to 200 million viewers, for instance) and their tireless devotion to their cause (dudes hang out in their corporate hoaxes for so long you start fearing for their lives). Not even the film's cutesy framing device and misguided quest for a moral can spoil the brain-tingling, culture-damning fun. Yes Man Andy Bichlbaum will be in attendance November 27–29. (Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Ave, 829-7863. 9 pm, $9. Nov 27–Dec 3.)