Is this the fate of the Gulf Coast? Though slightly different circumstances, at first glance you may think this film is about a few pitiful people stuck in the past. But upon closer observation, this film is about how government can turn a blind eye to its own people, the resiliency of the spirit and a dedication to "the principle of the matter".
I didn't know what to expect based on the hokey comic beginning and of course Morgan Spurlock, brings a different flavor to his filmmaking. A look at the "War on Terror", what's the real affect of "us" being there on the people and what they think of America and it's people. Not a propaganda film with an agenda, just a look at people.
See the full review, "Osama bin Laden...How Close are "We" REALLY?".
If you're a budding filmmaker or just enjoy watching movies, this documentary will open your eyes. You'll get an interesting perspective on what's really going on behind those ratings movies receive.
See the full review, "This Film Is Not Yet Rated".
An independent film, that may be a little rough around the edges, but the storyline is magnificent. It takes you on a journey in one man's life and what happens when you lose hope.
See the full review, "Something is Killing Tate".
Of course, with any Spike Lee Joint, you expect a dramatic, poignant depiction of events. This is one of his greatest undertakings, which should be among the best epic war movies ever made. Though based on real events, it's an interpretation of the historical battle dealing with black WWII regimen "The Buffalo Soldiers" and what happens during the Sant'Anna di Stazzema atrocity.