Category Archive: Documentary


As clearly demonstrated with this film, movie making can be a meaningful, powerful force. Put aside your conclusions concerning Edward Snowden and see this documentary.

Life Itself

This is a documentary about a critic struggling to fight facial cancer while trying to stay meaningful in his profession.

Tim’s Vermeer

If you see this documentary, make sure it is in the afternoon. I hate to say it, but you are likely to fall asleep during an evening show.

Inequality for All

Rating: The last time our country had today’s massive gap concerning income equality, Hoover was President. As I recall, things didn’t work out well.


Rating: Director Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s effort is more than a film, it is a public service. It will have you crying with righteous indignation.

20 Feet from Stardom

Rating: Former Governor Daniels may not consider this film to be an accurate reflection of rock and roll history, but at least we can be thankful that he is not associated with higher… Continue reading

Stories We Tell

Rating: Who is Sarah Polley’s real father, and does it matter? How many families are strong enough to survive digging under the surface.

The Gatekeepers

Rating: Provides startling insight into the quest of Israel and Palestine to find peace.

West of Memphis

When you see this film you will be reminded that fundamental fairness disappears when Lady Justice peeks under her blindfold.

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