After making documentaries on McDonalds and product placement, Morgan Spurlock now gives us "The Dotted Line", a look at sports agents. Following three agents, one trying to recruit college football players before the combine, another telling of his dealings with Michael Jordan, and a third disgraced ex-agent who blew the whistle on industry malfeasance. While attempting to show the darker side, "The Dotted Line" is Spurlock's baffling attempt to show the positives and usefulness of sports agents. In addition to the ridiculous stances he takes, Spurlock is a grandstanding amateurish filmmaker (here having the ex-agent drive onto a lot behind a collegiate practice field) who resorts to gimmicky and shoddy presentations of his material. I do though await his upcoming films in which he takes us through the history of Walmart and gives us an inside look at the unsung heroes of the banking world.