This documentary by a Ami Horowitz is about just how fucked up the U.N. is. That's not really a shocker if you even payed an iota of attention to the "Oil for Food" scandal that came to light after the fall of Saddam Husein and if you didn't then you are unlikely to watch a movie of this sort to begin with. With that premiss in mind, Ami goes about showing some outrageous examples of bureaucratic idiocy and mind boggling corruption. I should have felt outraged, I guess, but understanding that ALL large bureaucracies are the same in this regard from the U.N. to the Church to the Government to any other you care to name, I just shook my head in resignation. The one part where he describes an event during the Rowandian Genocide of the 90's where UN Peacekeepers left hundreds of refugees to get slaughtered did rouse my anger. The one argument defenders of the UN will use is that they do large amounts of humanitarian work and Horowitz gives them credit for that right up front. On the whole, I found it a bit of a snoozer. Horowitz comes across as arrogant more often then funny though he does have a couple of good burns in there.
It is currently on demand for $7. Give it a few months and it will probably show up on Netflix