Three stars are awarded in appreciation of the production value and masterful cherry-picking of evidence. As far as the facts go, they are picked and arranged to support a preconceived agenda. Creationists have finally learned how to ape science-based programing, e.g, NOVA and National Geographic, to better package the creationist world-view. What's especially cunning is that the cherry-picked evidences brought together to build their case are so disjointed and inappropriate that it requires non-simple explanations (that are none the less cohesive and evidence-based) to refute the "case" they make. As a result, it is hard to offer a real science-based refutation of the ridiculous breccia of facts offered in this movie. Many humans like simplistic explanations rather than real evidence-based ones and that is the real catastrophe of this movie. Guess again if you think I'm exaggerating.