Category Archives: Documentary

Just in Time for the Weekend

Today, I have something a little different than what I usually post. Since the last film I reviewed, Knuckle, showcases what I consider to be some of the worst traits of humanity, I’ve decided to put up the exact opposite … Continue reading

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Senseless Barbarism – Knuckle (2011)

I don’t even know where to start. When I began watching Knuckle, I thought it would be a pretty interesting look at how a bunch of Irish families spar with each other. That’s certainly what the documentary is about, but … Continue reading

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That, Sir, is Impressive – Jiro Dreams of Sushi (2011)

I think if everyone had at least half of the dedication and understanding of Jiro Ono, the world would be a lot better off. Mastering the art of preparing sushi since around the age of 10, Jiro has built himself … Continue reading

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The Private Sector Apparently Doesn’t Expect Results – Dan Aykroyd Unplugged on UFOs (2005)

This thing starts off like it’s about to give me the epiphany I never knew I so desperately needed. Within the first 2-and-a-half minutes, David Sereda, the director and UFOlogist*, says about Dan Aykroyd, “It’s like Einstein was hiding inside … Continue reading

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