The Yes Men successfully made their point throughout the film. They gave the audience a well-developed, unbiased approach to how the free market is draining natural resources and how the free marketeers are affecting the middle and lower classes, without letting us know. Using vintage cartoon clips and other primary sources, the Yes Men used interviews of locals from Bhopal to the men of the Cato Institute to get their point across and let us understand what really fuels the wealth, prosperity, freedom, privatization and capitalist system of the "free" world.
I highly recommend this film for anyone who loves a prank or two. The Yes Men took on corruption and had fun exposing the truth by simultaneously spreading awareness to a broad audience, and as Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno put it, "if we can do that, imagine what you can do."