Certain school districts around the country may want to keep mention of Darwin out of the classroom, but now a film about the British naturalist might not even make it to American multiplexes? According to a recent article in The Guardian, the British film Creation about Darwin’s life has found distributors in almost every country in the world EXCEPT for America. The reason: the film is too controversial for American audiences who remain bitterly divided over the theory of evolution. (A recent Gallup poll concludes that less than half – only 39% – of Americans believe in evolution.) To borrow from Ebert and Roper, we give U.S. distrubutors a thumbs down for kowtowing to the anti-evolution crowd and not picking up a film which The Hollywood Reporter has called, “even-handed and wise”.