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Please Subscribe (2012)

Not Rated | | Documentary , Biography , Comedy
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An examination of the YouTube video streaming website and profiles of notable content contributors to it.

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Dan Dobi
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Credited cast:
Craig Benzine ... Himself
Dan Brown Dan Brown ... Himself
Mitchell Davis ... Himself
Ross Everett ... Voiceover (voice)
Hannah Hart ... Herself
Grace Helbig ... Herself
Will Hyde Will Hyde ... Himself
Kevin Khandjian Kevin Khandjian ... Himself
Adam Montoya Adam Montoya ... Himself
Joe Penna ... Himself
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YouTube is not just an amateur video site. The third most trafficked site on the Internet is among of a handful of mediums building the careers of independent artists who are making over six figures a year by just uploading videos to the internet. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE is a feature-length documentary that gives an exclusive look and explores the phenomenon behind of some of the most influential and unique content creators currently taking the world of online entertainment by storm. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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USA

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Both Hannah Hart (my harto) and Grace Helbig have a book. Hannah mentioned wanting to write in the documentary and both are New York Times best selling books. See more »

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It's alright, doesn't really do its subject matter justice though

It's a decent documentary, nothing super awesome or anything. With there being so many Youtubers and all, it really is hard to get a perspective from people who make different things. That is what really makes this movie not super awesome. It doesn't quite feel like it did the subject matter justice. I also would have liked to see more of these people. They only interview like six or seven people and I think it would have been much better if they would have gotten more people. It does do a pretty good job at showing how these people live, however, which is fairly interesting. You get to see that the lives of these people isn't all work free. They work all day for money just like everyone else in the world. So yeah. It's okay, it definitely could have been better, but it isn't terrible by any means.


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