Documentary

Shirkers

Shirkers

I got the opportunity to see this film at the Montclair Film Festival, which was attended by the filmmaker herself, Sandi Tan. It's always fun to get a little p...
Exit Through the Gift Shop

Exit Through the Gift Shop

Rating:  What is art anyway? And how and where do art and commerce intersect? I suppose these are the central questions in this mockumentary / social c...
Sicko

Sicko

Rating:  I've always found Michael Moore's movies interesting, but ultimately a little too Michael Moor-ish for their own good. The guy is a showman,...
Murderball

Murderball

Rating:  Documentaries are always tough to judge. You must first care about the subject matter--or at least allow yourself to get drawn in if it's abou...
Inside Deep Throat

Inside Deep Throat

Rating:  I was told by someone to go rent this film, and if it wasn't one of the funniest movies I'd ever seen, she would never suggest another movie...
Roger & Me

Roger and Me

Rating:  Michael Moore has been both demonized and deified. He's almost as polarizing as the people he attacks. Some of this stems from his less than...
Fahrenheit 911

Fahrenheit 911

Rating:  In the wake of the crushing defeat that was the 2004 presidential election, I can't help but think that all the hype over this movie was just ...
Bowling for Columbine

Bowling for Columbine

Rating:  Michael Moore is a schlub. He's everything that Tisch Film School, dressed-all-in-black art-fart isn't--and he's ten times as smart. Sure he's...