Had Louis Schwartzberg's relentlessly sunny profile of various inspirational Americans not been released by Disney immediately after Michael Moore's considerably less upbeat FAHRENHEIT 9/11, which the company declined to distribute, it would seem simply an up-with-people exercise in cheerful populism. But the timing lends the film a political cast that Schwartzberg himself does his best to avoid. At its heart, his movie is an innocent salute to everyday Americans and their diverse lives, less jingoistic advertisement than bland spirit-uplifter a la films like TO FLY! (1976), full of pretty pictures and soaring music, but shy on substance. Schwartzberg's subjects incl...