JoyfullyRandom saidIdk wth you're talking about, but somehow it should suite me; but like any mass psychological migration, you may find you want out when your individual needs, wants and desires aren't being met outside the prescribed curriculum. No matter what you believe: question it, question yourself, and learn to live with what makes you happy on small and large scales as best you can for yourself. Otherwise, you're just another mule for someone else's schemer campaign with unquestioned allegiance to one mind/school of thought. Take care of your self.
Yes, I too will always remain a skeptic. It seems once something is accepted morally, scientifically, politically, or spiritually, it moves in a selfish direction. I believe in one thing: the quest of correct philosophy.
I will say, I watched this movie and I really went from being offended to being in almost complete acceptance of it. Being I wrote a paper on the middle east war, I was already very moved by writers Sebastian Junger and John Swofford. I was very moved by what they went through and in the comparison to Pearl Harbor, I do believe our society has been cheated by it's own government.
On the subject of religion, I found the movie was fascinating actually. They were answers I always wanted, yet can be so lazy to do the footwork or reading to put together my own theory about spirituality.
Basically, I loved the movie!