- Based on Seven Years in Tibet - (1954 book), by Heinrich Harrer
aka the movie that got Brad Pitt banned from China.
A biopic of Mike Tyson.
It was only fair, and I didn't finish it. I ended it with the predictably-horrible wife.
A documentary about insects.
Well.. it's a documentary about insects I guess. Go science!
A miniseries told around the Soviet Chernobyl disaster.
A tense, decently-paced look at how communist lies spell disaster, and how communism once again cost tens of thousands and almost tens of millions of lives.
A fledgling mathematics genius found in India.
to be re-watched
A documentary on, and interviews with, Edward Snowden.
I suppose it has some interesting material, and certainly the topic is great, but as a viewing experience this movie is boring as fuck.
You may also want Citizenfour - (2014 movie) foreign subtitles
A documentary about Robert Crumb.
A lineage of broken genetics is passed on to children, one of whom drew odd things oddly and got famous because normies couldn't or wouldn't do it. He got and stayed famous because he got there first. Everyone fawns over him to be cool.
There's a lot of anti-consumerism, anti-industry and general cultural critique. Unfortunately, the whole thing gets interesting only in the latter third, and the good cultural critique is scattered throughout that.
All things considered, this isn't a great movie, an interesting person or an interesting topic. For people unaware of the reality, this shows the broken side of certain kinds of artist.
A feminist's documentary about men's (human) rights.
A refreshing piece of work, with the intellectual morals to actually talk to the men's rights advocates being talked about. The contrast between "the sides" is truly astonishing.
Quite a good story. It's full of faces I know. Great acting and spectacular realism.
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