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Clearly, I meant no disrespect toward Jiro the man or chef. He certainly deserves the reputation and success he has worked a lifetime for. I hope he continues to prosper and enjoys another 30 years. I have never seen the Salesman but will look it up.

I know you didn't...

Saleman was groundbreaking and is timeless, its a must see.

By the way people... am I really the only one that has seen Searching for Sugarman yet ?? Its the best doc of the year by a mile...
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Not a doc... but a 4 part series by BBC House of Saddam. Was really really good, a great story of the iraq's history/war.

post #183 of 380
watched "comic con: episode IV - a fan's hope"...... pretty good, despite kevin smith being there... showed the "human" side of geeks, like the budding comic book artists, and the outcast girl who just wants to make great cosplay shit.
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watched "comic con: episode IV - a fan's hope"...... pretty good, despite kevin smith being there... showed the "human" side of geeks, like the budding comic book artists, and the outcast girl who just wants to make great cosplay shit.

That dork with the azn girl is out of his mind to marry that clingy wierdo. That girl wouldnt even let the dude take a piss without following him. He is going to be owned for the rest of his life, what a sad couple.
post #185 of 380
beggars can't be choosers
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Discovery Channel When We Left Earth - The NASA Missions

Superb!
post #187 of 380
One Day in September, an account of the 1972 Munich Olympic massacre. The lone surviving terrorist, Jamal Al Gashey, is interviewed at length. He confirms the deal that was done to secure his release from Germany.

post #188 of 380
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Discovery Channel When We Left Earth - The NASA Missions
Superb!

^^ this was very well done

recommended
post #189 of 380
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The Ambassador. This documentary is beyond belief. Must see.


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post #190 of 380
Century of the Self (you tube)....not really a documentary and some commie undertones but interesting nevertheless.
post #191 of 380
I watched "Jiro Dreams of Sushi" the other day. I don't know if I would call it "must see" but it was definitely fascinating.
post #192 of 380
Watched the first 3 parts of "Auschwitz: Inside The Nazi State" last night. It is really well done, just very difficult to watch. I'll finish it up tonight.
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I know you didn't...
Saleman was groundbreaking and is timeless, its a must see.
By the way people... am I really the only one that has seen Searching for Sugarman yet ?? Its the best doc of the year by a mile...

 

I'm with you on that one.  Being  native of Detroit, it was awesome.  Being a lover of music documentaries, it was even better. 

 

ya'll got to see this one!!

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I'm with you on that one.  Being  native of Detroit, it was awesome.  Being a lover of music documentaries, it was even better. 

ya'll got to see this one!!

^^ Finally some love for Waiting for Sugarman
post #195 of 380
It came and went here in a week. I fully intended to see it. Will rent.
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