If you haven't seen it, you must.
If it isn't playing in your neighborhood, drive thirty miles to a neighborhood where it is playing (we did).
Odds are you will have to travel some distance, because, as is the case with most non-politically-correct films, it will not receive wide distribution.
'Expelled' speaks candidly and courageously about the widespread, but covert, censorship that is occurring in the American scientific community on many levels and in many areas of science. It illustrates with painful candor the persecution of academics and scientists who dare to suggest that the theory of Intelligent Design deserves debate (a persecution that strangely parallels the censorship that is occuring against those scientists who dare to speak out against the doctrine of global warming).
Darwinists are succeeding in stifling debate, and they are ending the careers of scientists and academics who dare to even whisper that a theory might exist other than Darwin's origin-of-the-species-based theory of evolution.
The film also paints a gloomy, but entirely realistic, picture of the future of America if we allow politically correct censorship in scientific disciplines to continue, drawing stark parallels between Hitler's embracing of Darwinist theories and the subjugation, death and tyranny that resulted.
Our audience tonight -- including dozens of teenagers -- was small, but mesmerized, and nearly all were standing in applause at the finish.