Tag Archives: Documentary

Religulous (2008 dir. Larry Charles)

20 Oct

A humerous look at two thousand years of mental illness.

4/5

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Senna (2010 dir. Asif Kapadia)

30 Jul

Before going splat, Christ-like Christ fan comes to terms with being surrounded by mullets and Frenchmen for ten years.

3/5

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The Imposter (2012 dir. Bart Layton)

28 Jan

Spaniard goes to great lengths to experience junk food and rodeos.

3/5

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Why We Fight (2005 dir. Eugene Jarecki)

5 Feb

Pleasant liberals quietly challenge imperialism and Frank Capra.

4/5

South of The Border (2010 dir. Oliver Stone)

27 Jan

Fox News antidote sees Vietnam vet discussing angry Hispanics in crowded rooms.

3/5

The Corporation (2003 dir. Mark Achbar & Jennifer Abbott)

26 Jan

Like Michael Moore’s blubber getting stuck in pages of high school psychology textbook.

4/5

Kurt & Courtney (1998 dir. Nick Broomfield)

19 Jan

Posh documentarian chats to down-and-outs about the death of grunge Christ.

2/5

Knuckle (2011 dir. Ian Palmer)

12 Jan

Inbred handyman types throw hands in rural areas for a decade.

3/5

A Complete History of my Sexual Failures (2008 dir. Chris Waitt)

9 Jan

Permanently flacid scruff seeks sympathy from previous fuck partners.

3/5

Tyson (2008 dir. James Toback)

8 Jan

Heavily built raper takes feature length interview on his face-punching heyday.

2/5

Where in The World is Osama Bin Laden? (2008 dir. Morgan Spurlock)

6 Jan

Big Mac addict confirms that life in violent, poverty-stricken dust bowls is pretty bad.

3/5

Punk’s Not Dead (2007 dir. Susan Dynner)

4 Jan

In sparse living conditions, middle aged punx reflect on their childhoods playing in mostly awful bands.

3/5

March of The Penguins (2005 dir. Luc Jacquet)

26 Dec

Like The Shawshank Redemption with flightless birds.

4/5

The Dungeon Masters (2008 dir. Keven McAlester)

8 Dec

Disturbing documentary sees arguably the lowest scrapings of human society leave their bedsits for a couple of days to play Hero Quest together.

3/5

The Greatest Movie Ever Sold (2011 dir. Morgan Spurlock)

20 Nov

Cleverclogs meta documentary uncovers the secrets to Adam Sandler and Michael Bay’s wealth.

3/5

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (2011 dir. Jon M. Chu)

3 Nov

Perennial wetter of teen vaginas travels the nation dispensing terrible music to the mentally ill.

1/5

Sicko (2007 dir. Michael Moore)

5 Oct

Bearded abortion enthusiast takes some sick Americans on budget cruise.

3/5

Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004 dir. Michael Moore)

29 Sep

Completely impartial and unbiased politics/economics lesson sees flesh pile antagonise golfer-cum-President.

4/5

Capitalism: A Love Story (2009 dir. Michael Moore)

2 Sep

Socialist multi-millionaire with serious weight issues has a go at slightly better-dressed multi-millionaires on quirky road trip.

3/5

Comandante (2003 dir. Oliver Stone)

27 Aug

Sympathiser of controversial political types, with cheap cameras,  paints controversial Hispanic political type in sympathetic light.

2/5

Bowling For Columbine (2002 dir. Michael Moore)

26 Jun

Hairy pile of flesh seeks to cause trouble for American tourist industry whilst promoting Canada.

4/5

No Direction Home (2005 dir. Martin Scorcese)

25 May

Jewish minstrel inspires both short and long hairs without needing Fender Stratocasters.

4/5

Supersize Me (2004 dir. Morgan Spurlock)

18 Apr

Groundbreaking documentary sees greedyguts reveal to an unsuspecting world that eating junk food relentlessly is bad for your health.

3/5

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