(DOCUMENTARY) Kirby Dick's scathing documentary is a must see for anyone who cares about creative freedom. A complete takedown of the shadowy Motion Picture Association of America—the anonymous souls who slap ratings upon films, often serving as de facto censors in the process—it's a superior agitdoc: infuriating, hilarious, and more than a little one-sided. The MPAA has been frustrating filmmakers for decades. This is the type of slap they deserve. (See Movie Times for details.)