Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by idfnl, Mar 31, 2011.
People will watch it in 100 years.
Hoop Dreams is solid.
I just watched this over the wknd. Also good stuff:
Watched this last night...holy hell I didn't know the depths of his insanity.
Norman Mailer The American http://normanmailertheamerican.com/
Yo guys... best documentary of the year by a mile, fucking superb... must see (its in theaters):
I'd be shocked if this was not mentioned: Bill Cunningham New York. It was tragically neglected for an Oscar nod, but according to numerous documentary reviewers, it was one of the best of 2011.
For anyone interested in fashion, this is an amazing story. SEE IT. SEE IT. SEE IT.
Keep you eye out for upcoming documentary Shadow Dancer. It's directed by James Marsh, who brought us Man on Wire and Project NIM.
Isn't that a movie?
Watched it, it was pretty good.
I watched Jiro dreams of sushi. An Infomercial posing as documentary. Interesting concept. Ya Jiro got his stuff together and all, but this should have been called 'Eat At Jiro's' or 'Jiro Dreams Of Money'.
Haha I wanted to see that in the theater but didn't get around
It's a must see! I just loved every single second of it and especially me who loves Sushi, thought it was amazing. I got so work motivated when I was finished with it.
You mean just like Salesman was an informercial for the bible?
I understand what you are trying to say, but its where he works.
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.
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