A perfect end to a flawless trilogy. These movies have given me a lot to think about.
It's unbearably hot today and first great western cancelled all their trains, so I went to an air conditioned movie. This was on, so, whatever.
I definitely liked it more than the first which admittedly isn't saying a lot. The jokes are a little better, the action is a little better - it's all a little better. Some jokes land better than others, but others can't seem to get over how pleased they are with themselves. And I think my…
People who don't know Scott Aukerman: This special makes no sense
People who do know Scott Aukerman: This special makes perfect sense
Re-watched this one for a uni essay. While the testimony from Family and friends of jumpers, and even a survivor, is undoubtedly moving, it's really hard for me not to see this as a manipulative and voyeuristic documentary that crassly and disturbingly turns real people's torment and suicide into a suspenseful narrative.
The director filmed a real person (among others) named Gene for over an hour, before he jumped to his death. Keep in mind, the director went to this…