I'm watching a documentary about James Randi, otherwise known as The Amazing Randi. Randi was a magician who, upon retiring from doing magic, took up being a professional skeptic who argued against faith healers and Uri Geller and other people using magic and claiming that they had special powers instead of perpetrating hoaxes on people. It's quite interesting -- I remember so much of this stuff going down when I was a kid and young adult.
Anyway, Randi died last year and this film is only about five years old. There are plenty of magicians and entertainers among the talking heads commenting on the skeptical life that Randi lived and encouraged others to live in. Most interestingly, Bill Nye and Adam Savage are going on and on about the wonders of reason and skepticism and science.
You mean like your weirdo beliefs that people can change sex? Can't even fully enjoy a particularly interesting movie because of the blind spots of these entertainers.