Twenty-five years after the verdict in the Rodney King trial sparked several days of protests, violence and looting in Los Angeles, filmmakers examine that tumultuous period through rarely seen archival footage.
John D. Barnett
You don't have to like beer pong to love this movie
I just saw this at the San Diego Film Festival, and it was great! Much like "The King of Kong," it's a documentary following a handful of social misfits who have latched on to beer pong as their personal passion. The story follows four teams as they meet at the World Series of Beer Pong in rural Nevada, and battle for beer-pong supremacy. Funny, lively, and surprisingly full of heart, this film never takes cheap jabs at its quirky subjects, but genuinely takes an interest in this bizarre (but kind of fun-looking) subculture. Even if you think beer pong is for frat-boy jerks, you'll enjoy this unique little documentary.
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