Not Showing: Where to Invade Next?

It’s been a while that I haven’t watched a Michael Moore documentary. I kind of miss this dude. Great thing, he has a new documentary and all I can say was…
It’s the lightest documentary he made. His topic for this one was simple. What ideas he can steal from European countries and apply it to the America… It’s pretty simple isn’t it? Continue reading


Not Showing: What Happened, Miss Simone?

Ah yes, it’s showing in Netflix and good news, since in our country has now netflix.. So you can watch it there. Anyway.. If you asked me, how I end up being a fan of Nina Simone these days? Blame David Lynch. Just kidding.. Anyway, after that one song, and my fave song of hers, which is Sinnerman, I was surprised that she sang I mean from end of 50’s till the 70’s especially with the civil rights movement. Continue reading

Not Showing: Sting: Into The Light

I was surprised that Sting has a picture with the Sting from the Police! hehe Anyway, that was one of the shots that I liked when I watched this simple documentary. Thanks to Algerro’s favorite appetite to watch wrestling documentaries that week, I also enjoyed his viewing. For those who don’t know Sting, ah he’s one of the best professional wrestlers in history! The only or one of the great wrestlers outside WWF. For short, he’s kinda legendary..  Continue reading

Not Showing: Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief

Ah I really miss this kind of documentaries.. What’s more from Alex Gibney! Anyway, this so called Scientology, I’m quite curious about it. Well, I’m curious why Tom Cruise and John Travolta still have faith in this religion. Why there are some reports of abuses or threats coming from their side of things.. A lot of questions that need more answers.  Continue reading

Not Showing: Life Itself

After the death of Roger Ebert, I was surprised to hear a news about his documentary. I mean, it still fresh and I don’t know what parts of his life were covered.  Well, after watching it, I am very well surprised and pleased with it! Every movie fan, critic or well, anybody who loves movies should see this documentary.  It’s short yet very special and inspiring. Continue reading