(Previous Godwin-soaked flamewar here.)
I actually thought that "flamewar" was informative and constructive. Guess my standards aren't high enough...
At the very least it revealed the meme-plex people have around the concept. Which is, IMO, rather silly in most cases -- especially "my" side, the left.
We in Soviet Canuckistan got to see it way back in January (and by the way, it's still playing in first-run cinemas here). I think the filmmakers' greatest success is in making the familiar seem strange.
No matter what the inclination, left or right or libertarian, I noticed people walk out with the a new idea: the corporate form of organization, as we know it, isn't inevitable.
Of course all you jwz readers are supergeniuses who can comment on films without seeing them. If you have a pro-corporate flame brewing in you, you could put it here....
there are actually 3 "starbucks across the street from a starbucks"'s here in vancouver.