Well, I finally watched the documentary. When I had originally heard about it I laughed and said I wouldn't waste my time watching it. However, as I ran into more and more people who had become suspicious, I decided to watch it for myself, just so I can properly shoot down their "points."
One thing that is never discussed much is how poorly produced a program it was. All content aside, it was presented horribly, people were constantly being cut off mid-sentence, mid-thought, and it was very poorly organized, making it a headache to watch.
When I read Phil Plait's article debunking the 'documentary' (A term that is VERY loosely used now days, especially by Michael Moore), he actually did them justice, he made it sound as if the program could have been convincing.
Anyone with half a brain should note that they had about four or five "experts" speak on behalf of hoax believers, while they had ONE person, a NASA Spokesman, speak about the other side of it. A true documentary on such a subject should present both sides equally.
Not only that, but they used what I assume to be VERY little of NASA Spokesman's testimony. They avoided all specifics and tried to make him sound like he couldn't back up any of what he was saying.
Anyway, I guess those are my complaints (everything else has been covered by Phil and others). I just wanted to address the incredibly poor orchestration of the entire program. They definitely could have done a more impressive job, and, after seeing it, I find it hard to believe that people fall for this bogus garbage.