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"Chuck Berry Hail Hail rock and roll" is great, but I guess everyone knows that already.

post #377 of 388
2 from the last week or so:




A look at juveniles who have been sentenced to life w/o parole. A good watch.





A look at college b-ball/the mob/point shaving. Henry Hill(Goodfellas) plays a part in this.
post #378 of 388
Haven't seen it but is supposed to be great




Has anyone seen this yet?
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I rather like Louis Theroux's documentaries. He's very intuitive and willing to put himself out there.

He's okay. The one he did about White supremacists was kinda lame. Tom Metzger made him look completely clueless.
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Over the last month or so:




-Based a lot on the trial and people affected by Whitey and the Winter Hill Gang in Boston. Not bad. Flick also placed a lot of blame on the FBI/govt.






-This is one of the ESPN 30 for 30 which are always good(Pistons/No Mas/etc.) Another good piece which shows Boz before during after becoming BOZ!
post #381 of 388
Just watched this, nod[1].gif

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b050cvdd

appreciate you might not be able to access the link from outside the UK

so

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-30811763

humbling indeed, in fact I haven't got the words
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Watched this last night. Not sure. Sorta interesting but I dozed off a few times and had to re-watch.
Majority of the focus was on S Cohen/SAC.
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"Buck" The Buck Brannaman story about the life of the man known as the horse whisperer. Incredible story about his life, from abusive childhood to his time as a consultant on the Redford movie to becoming one of the worlds most respected horsemen.
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Watched this last night. Not sure. Sorta interesting but I dozed off a few times and had to re-watch.
Majority of the focus was on S Cohen/SAC.

I saw it and really liked it. The SAC story is wild
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Finding Vivian Maier

Best documentary I've seen in a year.


This was awesome film, especially considering first time filmmaker and a potential of being just a 2 hour infomertial. But, it was great.

I have watched 3 part documentary produced by Lukas called "Manifest Destiny" and for the life of me I cannot find a single link to that film. Coincidence? The movie is based on documentary footage and archive docs. and paints picture of American Imperialism as hybrid of messianic complex and economic expansion at any cost. Scary stuff that goes back to the origins of this country.
http://www.opb.org/pressroom/article/manifest_destiny_ptv_debut/
Edited by Medwed - Today at 10:31 am
post #386 of 388
"Night Will Fall" recently discovered documentary made by Alfred Hitchcock and Sidney Bernstein about German concentration camps in 1945. Compelling.Watched it a couple nights ago.
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Where do you guys get all these documentaries? The Movies? If I'm lucky I find some good ones (like To Catch a Trader) on Netflix
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Where do you guys get all these documentaries? The Movies? If I'm lucky I find some good ones (like To Catch a Trader) on Netflix

Me? Netflix. I have also seen a few on Youtube.
I never actually go to the movies.
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