I know that I love documentaries.Â So when your done watching Viva and Jerry Beckâ€™s Country Videos, you can go on over to Snag Films.Â It is a website where you can watch full-length documentary films for free.Â And if the half hours shows on Hulu aren’t enough of a time-suck, then you can check out The Times of Harvey Milk, Dig!, or What Would Jesus Buy.Â All you wanted to know about Alicia Keys in Africa, the Homeless World Cup, heavy metal in Baghdadand so on.Â Via PopCandy.
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There are a few movies coming out that look worth watching;Â The Wrestler is one of them.Â Add another to that list now.Â Via Pop Candy, its a spoof on blacksploitation films: Black Dynamite!Â It looks hilarious. Check out the trailer here.
I know it came out in 2001 and everyone else has seen it and discussed it before,Â but how about a post about “Wet Hot American Summer.”Â I thought it was worth a watch; nothing that great.Â That is, except for Christopher Meloni.Â The funniest part was from the deleted scenes where the kids ask about the vegan options.Â Watch for it at 0:42 and 2:54.
So Marquette has still failed to fix our cable so I do nothing but watch movies for hours on end at a time. My latest fix is a British comedy “Death At A Funeral”. A humorous tail of the tragic yet fantastic funeral for a family’s father. I recently got it for a birthday present and it is splendid. Here is the trailer for a little preview.
My lack of funds have given me plenty of time to scour Netflix over the past few months and pick out a few gems.Â Lemme know what you think.
Â Into The Wild – I was totally set to despise this movie for no real reason whatsoever but Sean Penn kicked my ass.Â This movie rocked!Â A coming of age story about a college graduate who leaves everything he knows to traipse through the wilderness of Alaska.Â This movie follows Chris McCandless (Hirsch) through hisÂ astounding journey and the life lessons he learns along the way.Â Â Hirsch’s performance is reminiscent of Robert Redford in Jeremiah Johnson.Â
Wristcutters:Â A Love Story – This one is a little bizarre.Â I really don’t know how to explain it but the writers put a nice twist on the normalÂ “boy meets girl” love story.Â Set in a strange purgatory (that’s for you catholics)Â for victims of suicide, Zia (Patrick Fugit) looks for hisÂ “real world” girlfriend.Â There are many strange happenings along the way that I can’t begin to describe.Â Definitely worth a watch.
ThingsÂ We Lost InÂ The Fire – Get out your Kleenex box because this one is a tear jerker.Â I was crying within 10 minutes of the opening credits.Â Halle Berry and Benicio Del Toro give outstanding performances while they try to get their lives together after the passing of husband and best friend, Brian Burke (David Duchovny).Â Â Â
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