Not many Oscar speeches include a call for indictments: "Three years after a horrific financial crisis caused by massive fraud," noted Charles Ferguson as he accepted the best documentary award for Inside Job, "not a single financial executive has gone to jail. And that's wrong." Odd? Maybe, but true to form for Ferguson, a scary-smart former foreign-policy wonk with a knack for turning dense talk of derivatives into entertainment. Ferguson's still unhappy with the lack of perp walks but is cheered that the American Economics Association is adopting an ethics code to rein in on-the-take academic economists.