Category Archive: Documentary

Free Solo

While it is emotionally difficult to watch a climber try to ascend El Capitan without any type of supporting gear, the overwhelming majesty of watching a man risk his own life to ascend… Continue reading

The King

Though this is not a great documentary, it does serve to remind you of the historical significance of Elvis Presley.

Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

This incredible film may prove to be one of the most meaningful documentaries ever made.

Pope Francis: A Man of His Word

The people who should really see this film are fallen away Catholics.


RBG had no problems with her new nickname, noting with a smile that the comparison to The Notorious B.I.G. was accurate given that they were both born in Brooklyn.


You are not likely to see a more inspiring film this year.

An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power

Too much Al Gore focusing on Al Gore.


Regardless of your personal view of cats, this documentary will leave you intrigued while you roam the sites and experience the sounds of the ancient city of Istanbul.

I Am Not Your Negro

As pointed out in this film, African Americans are treated by a large segment of our white society in the same way Native Americans were described in John Wayne films.