Bigger belly-ups followed Houston-based energy giant Enron's declaration of bankruptcy in the fall of 2001, but the company's sudden — if not entirely unforeseen — demise has taken on a deep symbolic value. Coming just months after 9/11, Enron's death throes also marked the end of the crazy bull market of the '90s, and heralded an unprecedented exposure of corporate America's ugly underbelly. But for many non-MBAs trying to follow the story, just figuring out what Enron did
was challenging — forget about untangling what the company did wrong
. While muckraking documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney's (THE TRIALS OF HENRY KISSINGER) ripping, fast-paced documen...