Broken Finger, thank you for the response, and you bring up a very valid point. Frankly, I don't know how many people are going to participate in this, and maybe I need to flesh out the idea a little more before I truly start anything. I mean, the point of this is basically the point of any documentary project really; to examine a subject and to inform. Really wouldn't throw that under publicity stunt, but again, I see your point.
Red Angel, while I don't appreciate your... hostility, if you will, your point is also valid. Why watch something like this when there's youtube? Well, something I often see with youtube and blogs and such, is that without a "prompt" or a real plan, you get alot of raw feelings and ideas. While there's not always something wrong with that, you get bombarded with a lot of "OH MY GOD THIS MOVIE WAS AMAZING AND WILL MAKE 800 MILLION DOLLARS", along with the "Zack Snyder should be shot in the face and buried under Alan Moore's house", and none of them seem to offer a real thought out explanation. If anything comes from this at all, I hope to just get people thinking about Watchmen again. Not the movie, or the lawsuit, or Malin Ackerman, but of why Watchmen was written. What it makes you think about as a person, how it tests your moral flexibility, etc.
And if you feel my idea is just the dumbest thing on the planet or you don' think Watchmen did any of those things, no hard feelings. I don't expect all six billion + people on the planet to go along with this. Just pass it by and go about your day.