I get non-anamorphic DVDs sometimes if I'm convinced that this will be the final release of the film on home video for the foreseeable future, but I just have this feeling that Spurlock has enough leftover footage to revisit this documentary in an unrated release somewhere down the road. For now, this version is a rental. P.S. C'mon, Bridget, how can you say this film is propaganda? Just because it bored you? This was ONE man, not a political or corporate entity, trying to make a point about the devastating effects of fast food on your health. And the last time I checked, most propaganda contains content that is patently FALSE. Now I'm sure we'd all like to believe that McDonald's really isn't THAT bad for you, but 'tain't so.