Definitive Doc on Superstar Golfer in ‘Tiger’ but Shortcomings are Baked In

By Jonathon Norcross “Tiger” is a two-part HBO documentary on the life and career of superstar golfer Tiger Woods. Produced by Alex Gibney and directed by Matthew Hamachek and Matthew Heineman, the choice of filmmakers was criticized prior to the…

Where Do White People Come From?

A Review of “Killing In Thy Name” a Rage Against the Machine and The Ummah Chroma Collaboration By Chris Durai The concept of a cross burning has always confused me. In RATM’s new video, self described as “a fire escape…

‘Babenco: Tell Me When I Die’ is a Masterpiece About Loving Life

By Gregory Crofton How do you make a film about life when you’re dying? Héctor Babenco somehow figured it out. “I don’t know what came first, filming or being alive,” he says. “As if by filming, you’re living an extra…

‘TIGER KING’ is a brilliant doc series about captive tigers and the people they attract

By Gregory Crofton Joe Exotic has a dyed blonde mullet and is a decent country singer. He’s married to two men and he likes guns. He likes to fire them into the lake that’s part of his exotic zoo in…

Early Days Madonna Doc Hits the Right Note

By Gregory Crofton Director Guy Guido is an unabashed fan of this American icon and it shows in his film, an engaging mix of documentary and drama that reveals what went on with the young, vulnerable Madonna before she became…

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