Strip Search follows several parallel stories examining personal freedoms vs. national security in the aftermath of 9/11; two main subplots involve an American woman detained in China and an Arab man detained in New York City.
Duck Duck Goose, the story of the most unlikely family ever. The film is directed by Christopher Jenkins (Home) from a screenplay by Christopher Jenkins and Rob Muir. After he's grounded by... See full summary »
I saw this mockumentary at Sundance in mid January and was in love. When I was at Sundance, I saw a huge amount of self-important angst-ridden crap that's been done a million times (albeit in many different forms). I had no idea what to expect from this movie - it's a mockumentary about a group of horrendously bad stand-up comics. Sounds like it MIGHT work, right? Well, I was thrilled to see that it DID work in ways I've never seen done before. The movie has a really weird feel to it. It's definately not a typical mockumentary. In fact, it's not you typical anything. It's just insane. My friends and I were cracking up even after it ended. I won't give away the ending, but it was REALLY cool. You wouldn't expect this kind of movie to have any kind of real message, but there is one - and it's totally cool. You get the feeling the folks who made this really GET it. Very cool. If you catch this flick, remember to "cup the balls!" There should be more movies like this. Movies with balls. Peace
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