Without the exclamation point, I may not have been inclined to watch this movie!

Anyway, I really enjoyed it. It is a bizarre (true) story of a whistleblower - played by Matt Damon - at Archer Daniels Midland in the early/mid nineties who exposes a price-fixing scheme between the company and its competitors. But the story takes some unusual turns in regards to Damon's character that make it not just a typical whistleblower story.

Damon was really good in the role. He could easily have been nominated for Best Actor, but I think the style of the movie overall was perhaps a little too weird for the Academy. But it wasn't too weird for me - I'd give it a B+.