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reviewed Religulous. October 03, 2009
Religulous
Bill Maher is no stranger to the religious debate in this country, and he makes no secrets of his skepticism of religion.  He often says he believes in the philosophy, "I don't know."  …
reviewed Murderball. January 02, 2009
Murderball
This is a lively documentary about wheelchair rugby athletes on the road to the Para-Olympics in Athens. We are introduced to Mark Zupan, the outspoken hot-shot of the team, Joe Soares, a former teammate …
reviewed King Corn. January 25, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
King Corn
King Corn is one of those rare documentaries that is both informative and engaging to watch.  I thoroughly enjoyed this movie and felt that I gained a better understanding of the issues in US agriculture …
reviewed The Ascent of Money. March 28, 2010
posted in Business Matters
The Ascent of Money
"Money is only worth what other people will give in exchange for it."   "Money is trust inscribed."    "Money is portable power."      …
reviewed For Neda. June 13, 2010
posted in Images
For Neda
Be it accident or be it the critical mass consciousness, I came across this video yesterday. It is said to be officially released tomorrow but it is now distributed through Youtube in English, Farsi and …
reviewed Exit Through the Gift Shop. January 10, 2011
Exit Through the Gift Shop
***1/2 out of ****      "Exit Through the Gift Shop" is a truly fascinating Documentary. Given the subject matter, it could have easily wasted its time trying to change our …
reviewed Catfish. March 11, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Catfish
*** out of ****     "Catfish" is the kind of movie that would have done even better if it hadn't been advertised so poorly. The trailers make the thing out to be some sort of thriller. …
reviewed Inside Job. April 04, 2011
posted in Business Matters
INSIDE JOB
It is seldom that Wall Street (if ever) provided us with such an intricate and out of the world financial engineering that movies and after movies could now be made to commensurate the 2008 financial …
reviewed Inside Job. April 06, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
INSIDE JOB
If you take Matt Damon's word for it (he's the narrator for the vastly overrated INSIDE JOB), then you'd quite possibly find your personal income regulated.  That's right: the actor …
reviewed Waiting For Superman. April 18, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Waiting For Superman
Waiting for Superman is an interesting and somber documentary for its portrayal of the state of education in the United States.  It is interesting, because it depicts the predicament of a number …
reviewed Wild China. March 21, 2010
posted in Green Living
Wild China
A wildlife documentary produced by BBC in cooperation with China’s State TV Station CCTV which showcases some of China’s less well-known treasures… wildlife. From the roof top of Tibet …
reviewed Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price. November 09, 2008
Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price
'Wal Mart, The High Cost Of Low Price' is filled with first hand testimonials and some hard-fact figures that will help in validating your hatred of this greedy giant, and visually exposes those in other …
reviewed Bowling for Columbine (2002). December 19, 2008
Bowling for Columbine (2002)
Bowling For Columbine, contrary to popular belief, does not challenge the issue of gun ownership rights in the United States. Instead, it compares the reasons behind gun-related violence and crimes in …
reviewed Young@Heart. January 10, 2009
Young @ Heart
At an average age of 80-something, the Young @ Heart musical choir travels the world, singing everything from Radiohead to Sonic Youth to Coldplay to James Brown or Lee Dorsey. This documentary follows …
reviewed Clones (movie). August 24, 2009
I approach most topics on the future with a great deal of skepticism. Futurism tends to make science-fiction out of science, which isn't a bad thing as long as Futurists own up to their anecdotalism. …
reviewed Religulous. September 21, 2009
Religulous
Funny how the buzz around a person can be so ubiquitious that you know the name without having a clue on who the person is. Up until Religulous I had never seen Bill Maher on TV, and yet somehow …
reviewed Ken Burns. September 27, 2009
Ken Burns
When Ken Burns' epic documentary film "The Civil War" first appeared on PBS in 1990 it became the most watched program ever on PBS.  More than 40 million viewers tuned in.  …
reviewed Grizzly Man. February 21, 2010
Grizzly Man
Grizzly Man - yes the title of the movie is exactly what it is about - a man who went to live with grizzly bears each summer: living among them, talking to them, and starting to believe he was one of …
reviewed Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge. February 22, 2010
Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge
I've the fortune to chance upon this amazing episode of the TV Series of Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge: Iceland. It's the first time I've ever watched this beautifully crafted travel videos by a professional …
reviewed Food, Inc.. February 25, 2010
Food, Inc.
Food Inc. is one of the most eye-opening films I've ever seen in my life. It really makes you think about where our food actually comes from and at what cost. It's disturbing to hear these facts at times, …
reviewed Renzo Gracie: Legacy. April 09, 2010
posted in WHAT CAN I SAY?
RENZO GRACIE - LEGACY
RENZO GRACIE    LEGACY       Probably the greatest documentary on a Mixed Martial Artist and it just so happens it is on one of the all time greats, Renzo Gracie. The Gracie's …
reviewed The Age of Stupid. April 20, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
The Age of Stupid
I was very excited to find out The Age of Stupid would premiere in the US on television on Planet Green on April 17th, 2010. I really wanted to watch it on my big screen (which I felt guilty about after …
reviewed Burma VJ. April 21, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
BURMA YJ: Reporting From...
It has been more than two decades since I saw the people of the Philippines overthrow the Marcos regime through peaceful means. Hopes were running high during that time; and while I cannot say whether …
reviewed King Corn. May 14, 2010
posted in Healthy Lifestyle
King Corn
   My family loved Super Size Me. We've watched it several times and always with horrified fascination at the downward spiral of Morgan Spurlock during his 30-day fast-food experiment.    …
reviewed Twilight in Forks. July 24, 2010
Twilight in Forks
This is a little known documentary about Forks Washington, the birthplace of the Twilight saga. I picked this up on eBay for like $8 after i saw the preview for it on the special edition New Moon DVD. …
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