As I was cleaning the floor last night (yes, another exciting evening in the Davis household) my attention was caught by a report on The World Tonight about a documentary debunking Michael Moore. Made by two left-of-centre Canadians, no less. The chat didn't contain a huge amount of analysis of his sleight-of-hand; even now, media folk feel safer talking about his outsize ego and his money-making instincts. Still, every little bit helps. It's just a shame we didn't see more of this kind of probing when Moore was at his peak as an opinion-former. (At this point, regular readers will know, I always plug my interview with his biographer, Jesse Larner.) Variety gives the film a generous review. But I couldn't help smiling at the qualifier in the opening sentence: "An intelligent, provocative and, arguably, even necessary examination..." Er, who's arguing?