I ordered it from Pay-Per-View and watched it three times back to back. I found it fascinating. For example, did you know that our soil is completely depleted, so we have to fertilize it with petrochemicals, and then fly crop planes over it to spread insecticides made from petro-chemicals, and then use gas-using vehicles to harvest it, and more gas-using vehicles to transport it to distribution stations and then to grocery stores where it takes enormous amounts of energy to keep them refrigerated; in other words, every last step of our food supply depends on petro-chemicals. How are we going to get food when the cost of oil goes sky high because there isn't enough readily available oil to keep all of this going?
He says Saudi Arabia has the most oil of anyplace in the world, and they are using extraordinary means to extract oil -- that this is proof they are running out -- and if Saudi Arabia is short of oil, everyplace else is even more depleted.
He says alternative energy sources are not reliable enough to enable us to continue running things the way we have been. For example, wind farms, he says that energy will be used where it is generated -- it's not like you can transport that energy any great distance. He pointed out how electric cars are just a joke -- every last bit of the car is either a petrochemical itself (plastics, paints) or is created by a machine that uses oil. And then you have the batteries to deal with.
He said (and I believe) that the only reason we're making war in the middle east is because of oil, that we will never leave because we can't afford to, that the talk about stepping the war down is propaganda.
He's not entirely a crackpot. It's worthwhile to at least think about some of this and make provisions; for example, have a fireplace or wood stove in your house and a bit of land you can plant stuff in, and a bicycle...