Interesting if not thrilling flick about the fall of Enron.
Worth seeing just for the scenes of the Bush family interacting with the Enron people- fucking A, these people are sick sick sick.
It was really in depth and at the same time glossed over a lot of the actual hows of what exactly made anyone ever think Enron had a product worth selling - in many ways, the movie is a revelation in that no one anywhere actually seemed to think it was selling anything or had any assets other than it's hypothetical value.
Good but not great movie. I am surprised it was nominated for Best Documentary, because it really wasn't as good as others I have seen. I trust those people! I totally don't have time to watch a lot of movies so I'm kind of relying on that for advice as to what to watch.
Anyone know a better system for finding decent movies to watch?