Captain Ahab: The Story of Dave Stieb 2022
Film #10,000 (give or take).
These Jon Bois documentaries are kind of "seen one, seen 'em all" but if the subject matter interests you, the 220+ minutes fly by.
Virginia City 1940
These Errol Flynn Westerns all kind of blend together after awhile. They employ much of the same cast, shoot in the same locations, have similar stories, and even the same costumes. They're all amusing, but I wish Flynn would have stretched himself more. He's always confident. He never played a villain; he played rogues, scoundrels and ruffians. In Virginia City, Humphrey Bogart has a small role as a Mexican bandito. He's utterly miscast, but he seems to be the only one operating outside his comfort zone.
Alexander Hamilton 1931
Justly consigned to the dustbin of history, its only memorable aspect is George Arliss' hideous teeth. Maybe it could have used more songs?