Thanks to it I added 60 films to my watchlist but...the narrations of its director are so bland and tedious that they make viewing it almost impossible.
I found it on Netflix and I had already his previous "Story of film" in my DVD collection but haven't found the time to watch it.
Let's hope it's a bit more agile and deep.
Maybe because I just saw the horrible Sonic, but I think it's just one of the best videogame adaptions, after Warcraft or Silent Hill.
One lf the bad things, the protagonist choice for Pikachu, doing everything as wrong as they did in Deadpool with those comedy bits...
Really enjoying, entertaining and more or less original given Hollywood standards...
I was expecting A LOT from Mr. Lee, dealing with an issue that his sensitivity made him the most suitable to do this documentary, but i'm a bit disappointed.
Ok, yes, i discovered more about this disaster, but i think it's not brave enough pointing out the flaws of the system (not the levees), the government and all the people involved in this apparent plot to make business gentrifying the poor areas of the city, taking out his inhabitants.