I kept getting distracted from this by the desire to sleep. Sweet, merciful sleep. The ending was better than the first. The rest was pretty terrible. They just kinda changed the main girl and pretended it didn't happen. It was like Becky on Roseanne.
If this movie doesn't turn your stomach, then you're probably already one of them. The film definitely has an agenda, though quite honestly I can't help but think how objective this is when compared to what would have come from someone like Michael Moore. Anyway, a terrifying view of fundamentalist Christianity, and a great reminder of the importance of the separation of church and state.
A fascinating look at the troubled and prolific Charles Bukowski. I have a special place in my heart for artists who suffer and wallow in their work, and this film does a great job of showing the complexities and demons of one of America's celebrated writers.
A very engaging and interesting documentary, which gives us a glimpse into the historical record of one of the most significant professional fights ever held. In the end, though, I couldn't help but feel like there was too much Ali-worship going on.