android game mod apk game mod best android game mod best game mod game mod apk android game download android game free
make up wedding jogja make up wedding yogyakarta make up prewedding jogja make up prewedding yogyakarta make up pesta jogja make up pesta yogyakarta make up pernikahan jogja make up pernikahan yogyakarta make up wisuda jogja make up wisuda yogyakarta

music

Once in a while, you stumble upon a seemingly simple documentary that surprises you with its quiet strength and unexpected depths. For me, We Always Lie to Strangers (8/8) is one such film, and I was literally sobbing in my seat by the time it was over. Its subject matter is the town of Branson, Missouri – population: just over 10,000; annual visitors: 7.5 million – and the lives of several families working in the entertainment world of this micro-Vegas.…
Read more...
One of the perils of seeing a large volume of films at Hot Docs is the inevitable emotional exhaustion that can set in, especially if you find yourself seeing one sad story after another. Garden of Eden (5/8) is sort of a microcosm of that phenomenon because it literally features one sad story after another in its somewhat meagre 75-minute running time. The film tracks a year at the Sakhne, a large, popular public park in Israel, where people come…
Read more...
With the potentially rich and colorful backdrop of New York City’s gay scene in the late-1960s through the ‘70s, I thought Continental (4/8) was going to be a lot more interesting a film experience than it was. But the key problem with this documentary about the legendary bathhouse – and the antics of its patrons, performers, staff and founder, Steve Ostrow – is its distinct lack of archival footage and photographs. Instead, the film is mainly a string of talking…
Read more...
Sometimes, I see a documentary that leaves me squirming in my seat out of sheer frustration, and that was certainly the case with The Manor (2/8), a purported slice-of-life of documentary that feels like an exploitative product of the Here Comes Honey Boo Boo School of Entertainment. Director Shawney Cohen trains his lens on his own dysfunctional family and the family business: the titular (pun regrettably intended) Guelph, ON, strip club. The result, described as a “tragi-comic family portrait” is,…
Read more...
A number of films were screened for the media before the festival, and I was lucky enough to catch a bunch of them. Who Is Dayani Cristal? (5/8) is a very stylish, often moving but somewhat disjointed look at the plight of undocumented South- and Central-American immigrants to America as they attempt to illegally cross into southwestern border states. Produced by Gael García Bernal – who appears throughout the film in what are either dramatic vignettes or actual footage of…
Read more...
April is drawing to a close and that can mean only one thing: the return of Toronto’s annual documentary festival! Hooray! As anyone who’s read my fest coverage over the past five or six years knows: it’s my absolute favourite film fest. This year, Hot Docs (running April 25th – May 5th) celebrates its 20th anniversary, and will screen some 205 documentaries from 43 countries around the world. A record number of directors (160!), alongside numerous film subjects, are slated…
Read more...

Watch It Now

Copyright © 2000-2017 Movie*Pie: All rights reserved.