I want to admit right now, I really hate Morgan Spurlock. I hated his essay-on-the-obvious, Hey, It Turns Out McDonald's Isn't That Good For You, and from the trailer, I'd say I'll hate Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden? even more.
Invoking the same witty reference The Today Show uses when they send Matt Lauer to god-knows-where, Spurlock is once again arrogant enough to think that he and his ironic mustache are a fitting subject for a documentary, as the film follows him in his preparation and search for bin Laden. Of course, from everything I've heard, Spurlock does not find bin Laden, making this self-indulgent thesis even more obvious than the last. Hey, it turns out it is hard to find Osama bin Laden!
Admittedly, I commend him and his crew for their bravery in embarking on such a task, and their search surely does merit some coverage, but if seeing Spurlock's travels means tolerating his cocky-highschooler-who-found-a-camera filmmaking and comedy, (asking random mall patrons if they've seen Osama?! Crazy!) I don't think it's worth it.