INSIDE JOBInteresting review of Inside Job. This movie’s been getting a lot of buzz, especially since Charles Ferguson’s attempt to incite a lynch mob at this year’s Oscars. I admit that this was a sleek-looking documentary and I applaud how adeptly it broke down a confusing, multi-tiered financial system. However, when considering the critical perspectives it omits, I am left to conclude that this is less an objective documentary and more of a retroactive rearrangement of facts to fit a particular subjective narrative. Basically, as Joey pointed out, it’s propaganda. And that’s fine, I guess — there’s a time and place for some good old fashioned, blood-boiling propaganda — but it’s important to recognize that’s what this is.