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“Oklahoma City” Is A Harrowing and Poignant Documentary

April 1995. Oklahoma City. Timothy McVeigh detonated a bomb in the back of a Ryder Truck parked inside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal building, killing 168 people; nine of which were children. He cited the events at Ruby Ridge an...
 
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“The Seven Five” Is An In-Depth Look At the Most Dangerous Cop In NY History

  I love when Netflix adds a lot of movies to its catalogue as I’m constantly looking for something I haven’t seen before. In recent years I’ve really gotten into the documentary scene: some of the storie...
 
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Review: “I am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story” Is Exactly What I Needed

Let’s be honest: things in the outside world are a little hectic right now, and that’s putting it mildly. Where Facebook used to be something I could scroll through to see funny pictures of animals or have someone t...
 
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Review: “I Am Not Your Negro”

  On James Baldwin articulate worldly but American invested in humanity precisely of his time precise of our time 40 years later reflection is not to be ignored but sought out for understanding is essential and as it was l...
 
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Netflix Recommendation: “I Am Your Father” Is Another Piece To the Star Wars Story

Any fan of Star Wars is extremely aware of who David Prowse is. The British actor played Darth Vader in the three original Star Wars movies yet his face was never seen. At the end of the original trilogy, in Return of the Jedi,...
 
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31 Days Of Horror: “Tickled” Is A Surreal Documentary That’s As Interesting As It Is Frightening

I’m sure there are those out there that are wondering why I keep writing about documentaries during our “31 Days Of Horror”, and the truth is reality scares me a lot more than fiction. It has always been the c...
 
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31 Days of Horror: “Where Is Robert Fisher? (2011)” Is Scarier Than Fiction

We’ve all heard a lot of horror stories, seen scary movies, and had our imagination make certain scenarios much more terrifying than they actually were. It’s the stories that are true though that are the most horrif...
 
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Netflix Recommendation: “Audrie and Daisy” Is As Important As It Is Difficult To Watch

  I think it is safe to say that our country has issues. The economy, mass shootings, and hatred spawned by religious and political differences are all mainstays, on local and national news channels. Social media outlets a...
 
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Review: “De Palma” Is Everything I Want In A Documentary About A Filmmaker

I am an information junkie as well as a movie fanatic, so it should be no surprise that documentaries are my favorite genre of film to watch. Even more so when you blend the two worlds together and give me a look behind the cur...
 
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Review: “Weiner”: A Documentary Of How One Politician Fell From Grace Twice

New York Democrat, Anthony Weiner, became a household name on July 29th, 2010 when he passionately reprimanded Republicans on their vote against the 9/11 Health and Compensation Act. Here was a politician that not only fought f...
 
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