★★★½ Watched by Tommie Haag 29 Jul 2021
James Carville - legendary.
★★★★ Watched by Tommie Haag 27 Jul 2021
Dear State of Dallas; you really fucked up on this one. One keeps wondering how many more of these cases there are. Justice is not always just.
★★★ Watched by Tommie Haag 27 Jul 2021
Despite not being their biggest fan (not even into the genre so much) I found the documentary semi-interesting.
★★½ Watched by Tommie Haag 26 Jul 2021
Messy. Sort of what her life seems to have been. So I guess it kind of got the message across?
★★★ Watched by Tommie Haag 25 Jul 2021
The better title would be "How the #$&% can a random splash of paint be worth several million dollars"?
★★★½ Watched by Tommie Haag 25 Jul 2021
War is horrible. Memory is fascinating. This animated documentary depicts the PTSD aspect elegantly.
★★★★★ Watched by Tommie Haag 24 Jul 2021
Despite the somewhat funny title this was not funny at all. Redemption is a difficult and complex thing, which this documentary really showed.
Impacting to say the least.
Can be seen in its full length here.
★★★½ Watched by Tommie Haag 24 Jul 2021
Dedication of lunacy? I really can't tell and neither can Herzog it seems. That's cool.
★★★★ Watched by Tommie Haag 24 Jul 2021
Such a sad story about a company which had a culture that I'm glad I have not been part of. Also, this is another good point in the case of striving to become antifragile - especially with your savings. Enron was everything else than that.
★★★½ Watched by Tommie Haag 23 Jul 2021
Good storytelling and the right people included (those actually involved in the tragedy). Perhaps could have shortened the sports segments a bit,
★★★★ Watched by Tommie Haag 23 Jul 2021
Even if I haven't read his comics this was a splendid portrait of an artist. What an interesting character and family.
★★★★ Watched by Tommie Haag 22 Jul 2021