Well I just saw the new Al Gore movie. First let me say I am a huge movie freak and watch an inappropriate and obsessive amount of movies - mostly indie and foreign movies. This is the best movie I have seen in awhile. Obviously its about a subject near and dear to my heart, but that's not what makes it a good movie. I loved Michael Moore's "Faranheit 911' movie because I enjoyed its point of view, but it was not a brilliant movie in my opinion. It was made by someone who was ranting, albeit in a very entertaining way. But An Inconvenient Truth is an extremely well-made film. Firstly, Gore does such a brilliant job of making this all understandable and also interesting. But I think the movie's strength is how it builds its case very methodically and precisely, in a pretty balanced way. They go through all the arguments and address them. The pacing of the movie is also brilliant in how they manage to build the tension as they let you know more and more disturbing facts. And of course, for me, the sign of a good movie is can it evoke emotion? I found myself feeling extreme anger (which I expected), but also actual palpable fear, which I definitely did not expect. I tend to be a pretty laid back person who expects that everything will turn out okay in the end, so when I get physically scared about the future, that is not a very good sign. And for those of you who I have just scared out of going to see it, there is hope in the end of the movie, so please see this movie - it is so important. And tell everyone you know to see it. I would love to hear other thoughts about the movie here.