Card Subject To Change (2011)
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If you arenÃ¢(TM)t into the world of Pro Wrestling there is a very good chance you will never watch this, if you are a casual fan you might end up overlooking this documentary because its primary focus is on Pro Wrestling indy scene. If you are a pro wrestling fan then there is a good chance you have seen Barry BlausteinÃ¢(TM)s Beyond The Mat which is still considered to be on of the best Pro Wrestling documentaries available. I myself was a fanatic at one point and even co-ran an indy promotion myself once upon a time so I am familiar with this world. I have seen quite a few internet documentaries on indy wrestling and a few that have popped up on MTV or AMC. Card Subject To Change starts off much like those documentaries does. A million things IÃ¢(TM)ve seen before and a focus on a lot of people I didnÃ¢(TM)t really care for but as the film went on it expanded out a bit and really showcased a lot of once big wrestling names. The larger story line seemed to revolve around wrestler Trent Acid and his eventual spiral out of control ultimately ending in his death as a result of drugs. In some ways it parallels Beyond The MatÃ¢(TM)s arc with Jake Roberts and while AcidÃ¢(TM)s moments werenÃ¢(TM)t as captivating or surreal as its counterparts it is no less sad. This isnÃ¢(TM)t as good as Beyond The Mat is, the film makers arenÃ¢(TM)t as skilled at telling a story through their work but that shouldnÃ¢(TM)t be taken to mean that I donÃ¢(TM)t recommend this. Beyond The Mat was great and Card Subject To Change is really good. If you consider yourself a fan then this is a must watch.
It's not particularly insightful or well-made, but it is pretty entertaining to follow Kevin Sullivan, Trent Acid (RIP), and Rhett Titus along. Man, The Wrestler was a long time ago.
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