Morgan Spurlock is back...but his hiatus may have been longer than you've realized (more on that in a bit). But this is one example where you should try separating the message from the messenger, because there is a lot of important, eye-opening stuff to swallow here in his latest doc.
What a talent, what a voice. In this new celebratory music doc, you have two choices: You can fall in love with Linda Ronstadt all over again, or you can fall in love with her for the first time.
To anyone who grew up in the 80s, this new He-Man doc is a fun and insightful trip down memory lane.
The infectious and inspiring story behind the beloved musical, "Fiddler on the Roof" is now in select theaters.
The iconic music legend David Crosby - of Crosby, Stills & Nash (and Young) - is the subject of this compelling, reflective documentary...but his actions speak louder than his words.
Alice Guy-Blaché may be the most important figure in the history of cinema that you've never heard of. An incredibly influential female filmmaker during the dawn of the art-form whose career spanned a longer time-period than Thomas Edison, The Lumiére brothers and Georges Méliés, Guy-Blaché has all but been erased from the annals of history...until now.
"Maiden" tells the story of sailing pioneer Tracy Edwards, the first Captain of an all-female yachting crew to enter the prestigious Whitbread Round the World Race in 1989.
The Wallflowers' Jakob Dylan explores the origins of the "Laurel Canyon" sound that shaped a generation and continues to influence modern musicians.
You know the car from "Back to the Future," now get to know the fascinating story behind the car's maker, John DeLorean...it's a story that will transport you through time and may not go exactly the way you remember.
"In order for one of us to make it through, a hundred of us have to try." - Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in "Knock Down the House."
The same can be said about documentary films in general, that in order to "break-through" to larger audiences, a hundred have to be made for one of them to really affect change.
I am hoping that "Knock Down the House" is that one.
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