Somewhat compelling story that goes off the rails into the unbelievable way too often. No one really to root for. This movie isn't the worst thing I've ever seen but it's difficult to imagine leaving the experience feeling any sort of satisfaction. Eiza Gonzalez though, woo buddy. She's nice to look at.
In the past five years American "van life" has exploded, and the people and the stories living that lifestyle run the gamut from "influencer"-style Instagram stars to people who for whatever reason must leave their stationary life behind.
This is an interesting story about one such character forced into living in a van when the factory that supported her small town closed down suddenly after 88 years.
With all of the millennial commercialism surrounding "van life" as well as invading…
A haunting portrait of the abuses of American wealth, power and access, this four part documentary looks at the infamous recent case of Jeffrey Epstein, an uber-rich Florida socialite who used his wealth and connections to maintain a longstanding pedophilia ring that included various familiar names from the worlds of money and celebrity. With the exception of Prince Andrew this doc is fairly light on specific details as it relates to other figures in the story besides Epstein, but is nevertheless a pretty creepy demonstration of just how much "freedom" you can buy in America if you have enough money.