Card Subject to Change

Card Subject to Change (2010)

“You have to be different from the normals.”

I’m a fan of independent professional wrestling, the low-budget stuff found in local bars, Eagles’ Clubs, and park district fieldhouses. The stuff that is to WWE what indy rock is to the American Idol tour. This is the world explored by the documentary Card Subject to Change. So you’d think it would be right up my alley. And in a way, it was. Unfortunately, I think this film has a real problem. For people already familiar with this world, there’s really nothing new to be found. Simultaneously, I don’t think that it’s produced well enough, or structured in a way that will appeal at all to anyone who’s not already familiar with the world of indy wrestling. So, while I kind of liked the film, I can’t recommend it, and I’d have to say that it’s not worth seeing.

[Card Subject to Change (2010) – Directed by Tim Disbrow – Not Rated]

OM|ED Rating: Not Worth Seeing