Ben Stein's movie Expelled comes out some time soon. I just recently finished reading an article critiquing the film and here is the third to last paragraph in the article.
"The weakness of the logic of Expelled is beside the point, however. No one who accepts evolution as fact is likely to leave the theater shaken. Some people with looser understandings of the science or the legal issues might buy into its arguments about "fairness" and protecting religion against science. Expelled is nonetheless mostly a film for ID creationism's religious base. That audience has seen one setback after the next in recent years, with science rejecting ID as useless and the courts rebuffing it as for a constitutional violation in public education. For them, Expelled is a rallying point to revive their morale."
For the full article (it's kinda long) go here http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?id=ben-steins-expelled-review-john-rennie.
I think I'm just posting this so everyone is aware of how the movie might be perceived. I'm not trying to make a statement or anything, just purely providing information.