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a really nice tribute to one of my favorite Director!!!
A nice overview of an influential director's reach throughout the world of film. A bit exaggerated due to an untimely death, but extensive nonetheless.
Interesting documentary about the directorial career of Bob Clark (<i>A Christmas Story</i>, <i>Porky's</i>, <i>Murder by Decree</i>, etc.). Includes insightful interview footage of Jon Voight, Mary Steenburgen and Peter Billingsley.
Fantastic film. âClarkWORLDâ is an inside look into the life, works and tragic death of famed film Director, Bob Clark, who brought us some of the greatest movies ever made... but also some of the worst.
Jam-packed with big stars like Kim Cattrall, Jon Voight, Denise Richards, Mary Steenburgen, Scott Baio, and of course, Peter Billingsley who plays âRalphieâ in Bob Clarkâs legacy film, âA Christmas Storyâ.
Excellent! Highly recommend. A story of a storyteller, Bob Clark, the director of "A Christmas Story". If a documentary can become a Christmas classic, it'll surely be this one.
Fantastic insight into the life and tragic death of Bob Clark, the director of the revered holiday classic film, "A Christmas Story". This is jam-packed with big stars like Kim Cattrall, Jon Voight, Denise Richards, Mary Steenburgen, Scott Baio, and of course, Peter Billingsley who plays Ralphie in Bob Clarks legacy film, A Christmas Story". "Clarkworld" also has some edge to it and It also explores the good, bad and ugly
of Bob Clark's career. Any fan of any of Clark's films like "Black Christmas", "Porky's", "Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things", and especially fans of "A Christmas Story" MUST SEE this film. I normally am not a fan of documentaries but this was very compelling and a wonderful sentimental journey like "A Christmas Story". This should be on TNT as a wraparound film for the 24 hour ACS marathon. SEE THIS FILM.