Here are your marching orders: Check out this documentary for a fresh perspective on the Vietnam War protests. The flick focuses on resistance within the military ranks, which began with a few imprisoned insurgents and--by the early '70s--grew into a massive antiwar movement, with soldiers attacking their own officers and entire units refusing to fight. Director David Zeiger also dispels the popular myth that vets returning home were spat on and called "baby killers" (even Stallone thought so, as a Rambo clip shows!). Nimbly edited, No Sir! includes present-day interviews with former soldiers and activists, archival footage, film shot by GIs and terrific snippets of Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland's popular antiwar show tour (Fonda, too, appears in a new interview). Though a period piece, the doc's topics are surprisingly relevant today--another unpopular war, military spin, Abu Ghraib, etc. Yes, sir, No Sir! is worth your tour of duty.