As a documentary it's not very spectacular, but Morris' portrait of the late Stephen Hawking is an excellent reminder of what a interesting mind and person he was.
Don't miss this one on the big screen - oh wait.... This lamentable situation aside, Annihilation is finely paced, tremendously looking and shows you can combine the subtle and vague with weird mutant bears. Incidentally, in terms of look and feel it's also the closest thing we have to a film adaptation of The Last of Us storyworld.
Essential viewing for those interested in (the history of) special effects, but nevertheless a rather straightforward documentary. The most poignant part comes near the end, where directors and sfx artists influenced by Harryhausen discuss (lament?) the current state of CGI, which through overkill is in danger of removing the “special” from special effects. To quote Harryhausen himself, “you can’t have an explosion every five minutes in Greek mythology”.