You can tell that Dick, whose previous documentary Derrida showed that he had serious chops, is having fun with this one. And a good part of the fun involves providing entertaining educational highlights for the public.
This is guerrilla advocacy journalism without apology. But as you watch such cheeky bravado at work, something deep within you wonders whatever became of such investigative fervor among more mainstream reporters.
In a little more than 90 minutes, Dick explores the hypocrisy of the way the MPAA treats sex, nudity, violence, and profanity; provides insight into the arbitrary and secretive ratings process; and names names.