Here we go again. Another presumably smart person lashing out, getting together with a bunch of other presumably smart people, all who feel threatened because their primitive superstitious beliefs make them look increasingly like fucking morons rather than…well…"presumably smart people." So, they’re going to try to poke a hole or two in Natural Selection, which is then somehow, magically, supposed to make your imaginary friend more real. Either they are fucking morons, or they surely think you are.
Just deal with it (reality) and stop the silly nonsense in dressing up non-science with a nice pink ribbon. Religion is a pig when seen as anything other than fantasy. As fantasy, go ahead and knock yourselves out.
Later: And just to make it clear, the premise of the film, that you can’t question Darwinism is a load of bullshit, not to mention a big fat lie. Real scientists are out questioning Darwin’s hypothesis every single day. That’s how science is done: you form a hypothesis that’s falsifiable in the sense that it’s formed in a way that allows it to be tested, so that if false, you can actually prove it false, and if true, you can’t; in spite of your best efforts. "God" doesn’t even qualify as a scientific hypothesis because there is no possible scientific test that could count against it ("well, god just created the Universe that way…" — see?).
I watch something on Discovery or Science or National Geographic virtually everyday that has real scientists questioning and testing Darwin’s hypothesis, trying to prove it wrong. Nobody even comes close, and that is science. It is not the process of trying to confirm, which is precisely how science has gone so awry in fields like nutrition. It is the continual, never-ending process of trying to falsify, and either doing so and moving on, or coming up short, which is what lends more and more credence to the hypothesis, but never complete certainty in a scientific context, i.e., as a discipline of logical procedure.