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Chinaski said:personally i love music docs. here are a few that come to mind..Don't Break Down: A Film About JawbreakerThe Fearless FreaksShut Up and Play the HitsThe Clash: Westway to the WorldStop Making Sense (more of a concert film but whatever, amazing!)Dig!A Band Called DeathFreestyle: The Art of RhymeBeastie Boys StorySearching for Sugar ManThe Devil and Daniel Johnston
Chinaski said:gotta throw Julia Louis-Dreyfus on there. Elaine is one of my all time fav sitcom characters!
I'll add my 2 cents even though I've banged my head against this wall several times before. I hate that the politics threads moved off the board. Don't come at me. I know exactly why it was done. However, it's also the reason I probably won't renew when my subscription runs out. The guys just don't really cover stuff I watch anymore and the politics thread was the one thing I checked several times a day. Like I've said in the past reddit is a non starter for me so as much as I love supporting small businesses, I'm just not sure what I'm getting out of this relationship.
Review of June 2020
The country tried to burn itself to the ground in June so I found myself looking for comfort in the familiar. As a result, I had more rewatches than normal in June. Here is the rundown.
I watched 58 movies in June (also included I Know This Much Is True)
9 of the 58 were rewatches
The highest rated were three 5 star rewatches of Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Wild Bunch, The Searchers
The lowest rated were two 2 1/2 star watch of Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, A Star is Born
2020 at a Glance
329 movies watched
Most Watched Star is Brie Larson 8 films
Most Watched Director is Billy Wilder 4 films
Ken Burns on monuments vs. history with a little help from the great James Baldwin.