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Grey Gardens (1975)
"It's very difficult to keep the line between the past and the present," says Little Edie Beale early on in Grey Gardens, "You know what I mean?" In a way, the intent of this documentary is to help us understand what she means. You see, Edie, 56 years old at the time the film was made,...
review posted: March 21, 2005
Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004)
Michael Moore really doesn't like George W. Bush. Any American who doesn't live in a cave could tell you that. With Fahrenheit 9/11, Moore presents his admittedly biased case against Bush and the war being waged in Iraq. Unfortunately, when you're watching a Michael Moore film, you never...
review posted: March 19, 2005
Crumb (1994)
Robert Crumb was the reluctant face of underground comic books between the late 1960s to the late 1980s. His comics were often controversial, mostly provocative, and always far off the beaten path, and for some reason, people identified with this, and he became rich and famous. Terry...
Recommendedreview posted: March 3, 2005
Bowling for Columbine (2002)
This is a fantastic documentary about gun control (or lack thereof) in America. Michael Moore traverses America looking for answers as to why so many people are murdered with guns every year, while in other prominent countries, rates are miniscule....
review posted: September 13, 2003
Lost in La Mancha (2002)
This film is a documentary about the making of The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, as directed by Terry Gilliam, who you may know from such movies as Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and 12 Monkeys. Well, the movie never got made, due to catastrophic events that occurred during filming. Lost in...
review posted: September 8, 2003