Tuesday, June 12 2012
Mansome and Knife Fight make their premieres at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival.
Friday, April 6 2012
Chuck describes the relationship between fans and creators, between comic book buyers and sellers as a "mutually shared system of belief."
Thursday, April 5 2012
Spurlock's new documentary is more entertaining and less of a commentary than his previous works.
Monday, October 10 2011
As represented in The Dotted Line, the life of a sports agent is hectic, unpredictable, and sometimes high stakes. It can also be a grind.
Wednesday, June 15 2011
While Spurlock promises real insight into the corporate world, and the audience keeps looking for it, it turns out there is none.
Friday, August 30 2013
This may be nothing more than a smart, strategic piece of PR, but thanks to the individual capturing the commerce, we get more than mere hyperbole.
Friday, May 27 2011
The Greatest Movie Ever Sold has no real subtext. It's more of a mission quest, with Spurlock succeeding in getting his movie made with product placement cash. Period.
Saturday, August 23 2008
Can context really change your opinion? Can the changing cultural or political tide turn one set judgment, especially when the item being discussed seems irretrievably
Thursday, April 17 2008
It took 14 months to lose the 25 or so pounds he gained by living "large" for his first-person documentary, "Super Size Me." But for his latest