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Documentary Review: No Place on Earth

March 22, 2013
Documentary Review: No Place on Earth

The film opens with Chris Nicola, a government employee with a passion for cave-diving. During one of his trips exploring the “gypsum giants” of the Ukraine, he discovers a handful of artifacts — a boot, a lantern — that have no business being there. Back in town, he asks the locals if they know...
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Documentary Review: Marley

April 13, 2012
Documentary Review: Marley

I’m a Bob Marley fan, but I wasn’t ready for a two-and-a-half-hour documentary on the guy. I liked director Kevin MacDonald’s other stuff, particularly The Last King of Scotland and Life in a Day, but, again, two-and-a-half hours. And while the time doesn’t fly by, it does hold your interest. There’s the standard talking...
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KIFF Movie Review: Bob and the Monster

October 7, 2011
KIFF Movie Review: Bob and the Monster

Take one look at Bob Forrest and it becomes obvious that this guy has a story. His shaggy hair, thick rimmed glasses, pitted skin and twinkle in his eye show a man with an individuality, kindness and passion that can only come from an acquired wisdom. He’s the type of guy I dream of...
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Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Comic-Con Episode Four: A Fan’s Hope

September 30, 2011
Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Comic-Con Episode Four: A Fan’s Hope

Comic-Con Episode Four: A Fan’s Hope Directed by Morgan Spurlock Written by Morgan Spurlock, Joss Whedon, Jeremy Chilnook Starring Skip Harvey, Eric Henson, Chuck Rozanski, James Darling, Se Young Kang Fantastic Fest 2011 featured Morgan Spurlock’s new documentary Comic-Con Episode Four:  A Fan’s Hope as one of its closing night films.  It seems like...
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Documentary Review: ‘The Last Mountain’

June 29, 2011
Documentary Review: ‘The Last Mountain’

The Last Mountain of the title refers to Coal River Mountain, an area in West Virginia being mined by the Massey Energy company. Massey has a long history of violations, as the villagers below are quick to point out—creating lakes of toxic goo that threaten to pollute the waterways of West Virginia and other...
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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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SXSW 2011 Review: Last Days Here

May 4, 2011
SXSW 2011 Review: Last Days Here

Last Days Here, a documentary film directed by Don Argott and Demian Fenton, follows Bobby Liebling, the troubled front man of Pentagram, as he battles with addiction, loneliness – as well as professional and romantic heartbreak. The early introduction to Bobby – living in the basement of his elderly parent’s home, crack-addicted and broke – is...
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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: ‘Becoming Santa’

March 17, 2011
SXSW Movie Review: ‘Becoming Santa’

In the interest of full disclosure, I had the good fortune to meet Becoming Santa’s star, Jack, on the shuttle ferrying us from the horrendous labyrinthine beast of the Austin Convention Center to the heavenly outpost that is the Alamo Drafthouse. Yes, I know I’m mixing mythologies there, so bite me. Anyway, I met...
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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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