Category Archive: Documentary

The Arrested Development Documentary Project

Just when you thought it was safe… So, I watched a movie today, and my reaction to it was strong enough that I actually sat down and started writing some feedback on Amazon… Continue reading

Ride the Divide

Today’s movie documents the adventures of participants in the 2010 Tour Divide bicycle race. Well, if I’m honest, it turns out to be more about the adventures of a pair of documentary filmmakers… Continue reading

The Parking Lot Movie

For today’s Saturday replay I decided to re-visit a documentary that really surprised me with its quality when I first watched it a couple years ago. It’s an excellent example of how a… Continue reading

A Liar’s Autobiography

It might be something of a stretch to call today’s movie a documentary, but it’s not a big stretch. A Liar’s Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python’s Graham Chapman is an animated,… Continue reading

Kevin

Documentary Week rolls along with today’s movie, Kevin, a 35 minute short and the first documentary from emerging filmmaker, Jay Duplass. Living in Austin, Texas in the early nineties, Duplass was an admirer of local… Continue reading

Marwencol

They say that variety is the spice of life. In a continuing attempt to embrace that variety here with One Movie | Each Day, I’ve decided to dedicate each Wednesday review to the… Continue reading

Whores’ Glory

So I’ve decided to make this week something of a “theme week” and watch a documentary every day. Just to keep things interesting. I figured I was off to a good start with… Continue reading

Sound and Fury

I feel like the next little kick I’m going to be going on here at One Movie Each Day is going to be documentary films. Now, I’ve reviewed more than a few documentaries,… Continue reading

Undefeated

Sunday Single Sentence review: Last year’s Oscar-winner for Best Documentary Feature, Undefeated, is an emotional, well constructed, sports documentary about the players and volunteer coach of a struggling inner-city high school football team… Continue reading

Brüno

Sunday Single Sentence review: Crude well past the point of excess but not without some genuinely funny moments, Brüno, Sacha Baron Cohen’s follow-up to his smash pseudo-documentary Borat, is somewhat interesting as a… Continue reading

Searching for Sugar Man

Well, the Oscars were last night, and if you’ve been following this blog for a while you’ll notice that I wasn’t successful in my goal of watching all nine Best Picture nominees before… Continue reading

Loving Sophia

Sunday Single Sentence review: An often disturbing, sometimes hard to watch, documentary about a young woman who’s teenage angst devolved into drug addiction and prostitution, Loving Sophia is also a tale of loving… Continue reading