Only 1 theatre of 8 in my "area" (about an hour's drive) is showing this film. That theatre is really large, it is a 30 minute drive. I live in a somewhat small town, where there is only 1 theatre, and I didn't expect them to show it. But I am surprised that some of the other larger theatres in nearby towns aren't showing it. I live in the South, by the way.
I know that Oprah saw the film and interviewed Michael Moore on her show, talking about this movie. Since Oprah backed it, I'm sure many people will be interested in seeing this film. It seems rude and out of place for someone to tell a theatre what they can and cannot show, particularly when it comes to a documentary. Theatres are full of crap, obviously they are not big pickers and choosers in general.
Regardless of what people think of Michael Moore, or whether they will believe or agree with what he presents in his documentary, they should be able to go see it if they want. It can be food for thought, and perhaps, upon digestion, people will go investigate for themselves and -- just perhaps -- some people will begin to think for themselves (no matter which direction that may lead).