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Reviews Of American Jesus; Orgasm, Inc.; Hot Girls Wanted; The Final Member; And Do I Sound Gay?

  I recently watched five documentaries online, and all of them were about extremes of American stupidity and narcissism, in the forms of religion and sex. They were American Jesus; Orgasm, Inc.; Hot Girls Wanted; The Final Member; and Do I Sound Gay?(1)  The first film under review is a 77 minute long documentary from 2010 called American Jesus. Yes, the annoying trend from the 1990s, of naming a product ‘American Something’ had yet to abate by 2010. Whether it still has is up for debate. What…See More
Jun 10, 2016
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Reviews Of Requiem For The Big East; Ain’t In It For My Health: A Film About Levon Helm; Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me; Beltracchi: The Art Of Forgery; and Dinosaur 13

  I recently watched five documentaries online, and all of them were predicated on some form of illusion that either the subjects or the filmmakers held. They were Requiem For The Big East; Ain’t In It For My Health: A Film About Levon Helm; Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me; Beltracchi: The Art Of Forgery; and Dinosaur 13.(1)  Requiem For The Big East is one of the 30 For 30 film series started by ESPN and it’s not a good film nor a bad one. It’s just rote, predictable, and rather hollow. It…See More
Jun 1, 2016

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DVD Review of Dr. No

Posted on April 15, 2017 at 3:04pm 0 Comments

  In a wistful mood, and coming across a super steal on Amazon for the 2 Disk Ultimate Editions of the first 20 James Bond films, from Eon Productions, I decided to plunge in, and write a film by film review and retrospective of the films and DVD features. Being born in 1965, the Bond that I really grew up with (and loved) was Roger Moore’s witty version, although I did see most of the six Sean Connery Eon Bond films on television, or in morning matinees during the summer, when film…

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Reviews Of A League of Ordinary Gentlemen, When Jews Were Funny, 180 Degrees South, Happy People: A Year in the Taiga, and Chariots Of The Gods

Posted on June 29, 2016 at 6:30am 0 Comments

  I recently watched five documentaries online, and all of them were on people who were odd or who led odd lives, of one sort or another. They were A League of Ordinary Gentlemen, When Jews Were Funny, 180 Degrees South, Happy People: A Year in the Taiga, and Chariots Of The Gods.

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  The first film was a documentary on the fall of pro bowling from the American landscape and the vain attempts to resurrect it. The film is A…

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Reviews Of American Jesus; Orgasm, Inc.; Hot Girls Wanted; The Final Member; And Do I Sound Gay?

Posted on June 7, 2016 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

  I recently watched five documentaries online, and all of them were about extremes of American stupidity and narcissism, in the forms of religion and sex. They were American Jesus; Orgasm, Inc.; Hot Girls Wanted; The Final Member; and Do I Sound Gay?

(1)

  The first film under review is a 77 minute long documentary from 2010 called American Jesus. Yes, the annoying trend from the 1990s, of naming a product…

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Reviews Of Requiem For The Big East; Ain’t In It For My Health: A Film About Levon Helm; Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me; Beltracchi: The Art Of Forgery; and Dinosaur 13

Posted on May 27, 2016 at 12:04pm 0 Comments

  I recently watched five documentaries online, and all of them were predicated on some form of illusion that either the subjects or the filmmakers held. They were Requiem For The Big East; Ain’t In It For My Health: A Film About Levon Helm; Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me; Beltracchi: The Art Of Forgery; and Dinosaur 13.

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  Requiem For The Big East is one of the 30 For 30 film series started by…

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