My wife and I saw Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed tonight. It was worth it. Ben Stein interviewed prominent individuals from both sides of the Intelligent Design issue. The overriding theme of the movie was freedom. Freedom to view questions from all vantage points without retribution. Dembski, Berlinski, Wells, Sternberg, Gonzalez and more from the ID side were interviewed along with Dawkins, Provine, Ruse, Myers and others from the opposing side. I enjoyed Berlinski the most while Provine provided an ample view of the dark side. I was surprised (although I should not be after years of watching internet exchanges) by the obsession of critics with religion and their own philosophical interpretations of it. Religion and science are inversely related according to the simplistic formulation of Myers. More of one necessarily means less of the other.
Dembski made the point that evolution need not be an opposing paradigm to Intelligent Design and Ruse made a comical attempt to explain a crystal based explanation for life's origin. After offering a very abbreviated explanation Ben Stein asked how it works and an exasperated Ruse twice repeated that he already explained it. Crystals and mutations were not enough for either Stein or most of the theater viewers based on their reactions.
Expect the usual charges of dishonesty and a liberal dose of insults from the critics. Ignore it. They spring from motives having nothing to do with science. If you spend a significant amount of time at Telic Thoughts you owe it to yourself to see the movie.