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An Eye-Opening Film
Recently, we have seen a slew of great documentaries bring important issues to our attention. They are good at giving you the facts, and helping you to question why nothing is done about this. The Union is no exception. It has to be one of the most eye-opening films that I have ever had the pleasure of seeing. What it boils down to is how much the government is stifling something that could do 100 times more good than evil. Pot is a controversial topic; there is simply no debating that. But, this film shows how we need to stop thinking that it is so morally wrong to smoke weed. It has a vast number of uses, all of which can help with make the Earth a better place. However, it has become ingrained in people's heads that pot is a bad thing. This film has great interviews from some of the people behind the legalization movement. It is factual, and it is real. I think everyone should watch this and get behind the movement.
One of the most interesting films ever made
I fully believe that this was one of the most interesting and jaw-dropping films I have ever had the pleasure of seeing. Being a United States citizen, worst off, being in Iowa, it was hard for me to find this film anywhere. I had watched the trailer for this film several times, and subsequently fell in love. After doing a little research on both the film and Charlie Bronson himself, I knew that I had to see this. And after watching it, I was not disappointed at all. The film is shot in a very interesting and unique way, with Bronson himself telling much of his story to a crowd of people. This biopic, of sorts, is a breath of fresh air from the usual mundane biopics that simply tell of somebody's life from start to finish. Tom Hardy does a terrific job of portraying the tormented Charlie Bronson, and I am anxious to see more of his work. The film is a real eye-opener, and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to catch a different kind of film.
Dearest Zachary; You Deserved So Much More
There have been few films in my life that have ever done to me what Dear Zachary did to my emotional well being. The documentary, made by Kurt Kuenne, was the most amazing and beautiful documentary I have ever seen. I might even go as far as to call it one of the best, most touching films I have ever seen. It moves you in ways that you never could have imagined, and you are left at the end, wondering if it was all just a joke. You feel like you knew Andrew Bagby, and you feel like you were a part of the journey that Kurt Kuenne takes to find the truth about what really happened. I was so moved by this movie, that I don't know if I will ever be the same again. A film like this opens your eyes, and it makes you ponder why people act the way they do. I felt so much hate for Shirley Turner that I felt a cold, nauseating sickness in my stomach every time she came on the screen. Overall, I believe this movie should be in contention for best film of the year. I would be very surprised to see it lost Best Documentary at the Oscars, and I would be extremely surprised if the name Kurt Kuenne was not a name you heard about for years to come. Even though the movie follows so closely to his life, you can just tell by the way that he made this film that he is a very talented film maker. I have become inspired by his work, and I look forward to seeing more movies with him in the future. In closing, Dear Zachary is a movie that will probably never leave you. After watching it, something inside you will hurt so badly, and you will feel so moved by how brave and strong David and Kathleen Bagby are, that you will never be the same. I am excited to see what happens to this film come Oscar time.