As the title suggests, filmmaker Roger Nygard (Trekkies) takes on the Big Questions in his new documentary–existence, religion, spirituality, morality, truth, and more. The problem is that the breadth doesn’t allow for depth: shoehorning a host of topics, dozens of interviews, and visits to China, India, and the UK into a tidy 94 minutes, Nygard can only provide McNugget-size quotes from his eclectic group of subjects. Biologist and atheist Richard Dawkins says there is no God; strident campus evangelist Brother Jed Smock says homosexuals are going to hell. Instead of allowing significant screen time to any of his interviewees–many of whom could have sustained a film on their own–Nygard continually jumps from one to the next. It’s philosophy for the ADD set.