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Documentary Review: ‘Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop’

June 24, 2011
Documentary Review: ‘Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop’

Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop follows the comedian on his Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television Tour (that’s a mouthful to type), better known as the thing Conan O’Brien did after the NBC fiasco that left him without a television show. He’s bitter, but the film doesn’t dwell on the controversy; instead its aim...
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Documentary Review: ‘Rejoice and Shout’

June 17, 2011
Documentary Review: ‘Rejoice and Shout’

I’m not the biggest fan of gospel music. Actually, I’m not really a fan at all, so I’m not the target audience for Rejoice and Shout, but you don’t have to be once you’ve heard the little black girl in the opening scene belt out a killer rendition of “Amazing Grace.” And I can’t...
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Documentary Review: ‘Page One: Inside the New York Times’

June 15, 2011
Documentary Review: ‘Page One: Inside the New York Times’

Page One: Inside the New York Times focuses on several facets of the paper itself—its day-to-day operations, the folks who write, edit, and run the paper, and its struggle to remain competitive in the age of the digital news, but it also provides a glimpse into the quickening change of newsmedia as well. Director...
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Documentary Review: ‘Eat the Sun’

June 1, 2011
Documentary Review: ‘Eat the Sun’

Just imagine if you had the ability to wipe out diabetes, fatigue, insomnia, hunger and all your other worldly woes right at your fingertips. What if the answer to your every ailment was free, plentiful, and resoundingly simple? The documentary Eat the Sun takes a fascinating look at a growing segment of the population...
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Almost Locals Only: THOR’s Cave of Borrowed Dreams

May 12, 2011
Almost Locals Only: THOR’s Cave of Borrowed Dreams

Were back with the summer movie kick off episode of the Almost Locals Only podcast! We have reviews of Thor, Something Borrowed and Cave of Forgotten Dreams. We go inside baseball with Cinema News and Views discussing The Cannes film fest, Hunger Games casting and piracy serious hollywood threat or part of business? For Trailer vs Trailer...
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SXSW Review: ‘Fambul Tok’

May 10, 2011
SXSW Review: ‘Fambul Tok’

(Even though it’s been over for a while, there’s still some reviews to squeeze out of SXSW!) The opening scene of Fambul Tok is as powerful as any documentary could hope for: A few dozen Sierra Leone villagers circle a campfire—the social center of their tiny community—one of them stands and accuses another, her...
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Documentary Review: ‘The Elephant in the Living Room’

April 15, 2011
Documentary Review: ‘The Elephant in the Living Room’

Tim Harrison is an animal advocate and police officer in Ohio who spends his days responding to calls about exotic animals that have escaped or have become unmanageable. We’ve all heard the stories about escaped chimpanzees, snakes, alligators, and other pets, and rarely do they end well. As Harrison says, “There are no happy...
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SXSW Movie Review: ‘Kumaré’

March 26, 2011
SXSW Movie Review: ‘Kumaré’

Kumaré is a good documentary. It (somewhat) does what it sets out to do, does it well, takes some daring chances, scores some laughs, and is a nice-enough movie-going experience. It’s premise is ingenious: Vikram Gandhi, a 30-ish lad of Indian descent, poses as the “enlightened guru” Kumaré and amasses a following among some of...
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SXSW Review: ‘Being Elmo: A Puppeteer’s Journey’

March 22, 2011
SXSW Review: ‘Being Elmo: A Puppeteer’s Journey’

    It’s hard to imagine Elmo – the wildly popular, cheerful, red muppet made famous on Sesame Street – sounding like an embittered curmudgeon or a sub-literate caveman,  but if you go back far enough (when he was voiced by Brian Muehl or Richard Hunt) he seemed to suffer from a personality disorder. It wasn’t...
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SXSW Movie Review: ‘Tabloid’

March 16, 2011
SXSW Movie Review: ‘Tabloid’

Of the three films I’ve been most excited to see at SXSW, two of them were documentaries, and the two documentaries that pretty much everyone else has been the most excited to see: Werner Herzog’s Cave of Forgotten Dreams and Errol Morris’s Tabloid. Of the two, the one I was a little unsure of...
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