A documentary on Aaron Swartz and some of the major events he participated in.
This does more to set up who would be speaking than .. actually present what they're speaking. Pass.
This is a 90-minute retrospective documentary for Clerks (1994) that focuses on Smith's early inception of the film, the process of making and distributing and finally, the reaction and response to the film from critics and fans.
It's full of bits of trivia, but is uninteresting to all but the hardcore fans. It's got a lot of masturbatory stuff in it, but even ignoring that, and including my love of the film it documents, I didn't like it.
- Properly titled Snowball Effect: The Story of 'Clerks'
This is available on the bonus CD of "Clerks X", the 10-year anniversary
About stupidity. For some reason.
I don't see a point to watching this. At best it'll probably go into events or trends or whatever that reveals stupidity. It's telling me the things I live as though I'm not aware of them.
A documentary that follows Jack Charles for seven years.
A thoughtful movie that focuses more on his fallen-lifestyle than his rise, success, fall and recovery. Though it was not its intention to, I find this movie reveals a lot about how fallen men are treated. No respect, no concern, no support. Acting out and desperation are treated as crimes, not cries.
- Jack Charles, aka Jackie Charles.
- "Bastardy" is illegitimacy.
- Jack Charles on IMDB
While Jack is notable, and Bastardy won the 2009 AFI Award for Best Feature-Length Documentary, this film has no Wikipedia entry. I feel that says a lot.