When Brandy decides to reclaim her life as an actor, the domestic world she's carefully created crumbles around her. Actress is both a present tense portrait of a dying relationship and an ... See full summary »
An old mining town on the Arizona-Mexico border finally reckons with its darkest day: the deportation of 1200 immigrant miners exactly 100 years ago. Locals collaborate to stage recreations of their controversial past.
Exposing her role behind the camera, Kirsten Johnson reaches into the vast trove of footage she has shot over decades around the world. What emerges is a visually bold memoir and a revelatory interrogation of the power of the camera.
If you're interested in a bunch of homophic, racist, out of shape men then this is the movie for you.
I've been a fan of the wrestling business for a good 27 years of my life, I respect almost anyone who can step in the ring, but this is just a disgrace to the wrestling business. These guys could be your hillbilly neighbor, no real training, pipe dreams of actually being in the business. Guys like this make the people who take this business seriously look bad.
Hearing the "wrestler" with the big ass talking about "the black monkey girls being jealous of him and his ass" was cringe worthy with how it just rolled off his tongue.
"We've had Marines come fresh out of Boot Camp and they can't do it" that's a classic quote coming from the guy who's 350 pounds and must be 70% fat.
I'd give this 0 stars if I could.
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