…and the Who Cares Award of the week goes to the hoopla surrounding the rush-to-release of Gabriel Range's Death of a President, "speculative filmmaking" at its most retrograde. NPR and CNN have refused to carry ads for the film…meanwhile Fox News' Hannity and Colmes devoted a segment to meting out proper spankings for this allegedly dangerous piece of election-time propaganda. Uh, no, it's just a sub-Zelig mock-doc bore that will disappear from theaters and the consciousness of the public faster than a James Toback sexcapade. For more reasons on why you might want to go see, say, Flicka, instead, check out Reverse Shot staff writer Nicolas Rapold's review of D.O.A.P in this week’s L Magazine. Seriously, do you know anyone who wants to watch this?