Who else has watched this movie? My copy arrived on Friday (they can be purchased for $9.95 at outfoxed.org). My most lasting reaction to the film came from the segments targeting Bill O'Reilly. They could easily have devoted the entire hour and a quarter just to exposing him. The man is so completely unhinged, such a pathological liar (as Al Franken calls him in an interview), that his very presence on Fox discredits them as a purveyor of news. The overall message of the movie, at least the way I take it, is that we're in danger of creating a Balkanized media in the US, even as it becomes concentrated in the hands of fewer and fewer. Even if it was nothing else, Fox is the model for market-driven news. Not that this an entirely new concept -- I also take away the sense that Murdoch is the heir apparent to William Randolph Hurst. And if that doesn't give you a serious case of the yips, then you don't know your history. Technically speaking, the film is a bit rough. It was probably made on equipment not much more sophisticated than what many of us have at home. Not that this is a bad thing, necessarily, but the movie does have a few cheesy production moments. On a whole, well worth seeing IMO. I'm going to circulate my copy among friends.