Category: Documentary

Film | Hoop Dreams (1994)

Considered as one of the most influential documentaries, Hoop Dreams is also regarded as one of the best. Seeped in reality, the film follows William Gates and Arthur Agee, two basketball NBA dreamers/hopefuls, from their Freshman Year in School till admissions into College, a period of about 4 […]

Film | Radioman (2012)

He’s been called a “cultural institution” by Tom Hanks. To some, he is a lucky charm. With countless guests and blink-and-you’ll-miss appearances in films, Radioman is a person that defines the city of New York. I have often called myself a film enthusiast or even a film fanatic, […]

Documentary | Super Size Me

Super Size Me is a documentary that works both as a cautionary tale against eating too much “junk” food and simultaneously provides the perfect form of infotainment (Information + Entertainment) to keep the audiences interested. Morgan Spurlock whose The Greatest Movie Ever Sold was also reviewed by me, […]