Google Me (2007)
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What's in a name? In this documentary, director Jim Killeen discovers that a number of people in the world share his name. Using the internet search engine Google, Killeen tracks down six men also named Jim Killeen, from a priest in Ireland to a swinger in Colorado. Though the documentary shows the differences in men with this name, it also demonstrates the similarities between people's lives despite disparate backgrounds.
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Critic Reviews for Google Me
Uma idéia que até poderia render algo interessante, mas que é sabotada pela abordagem falha, pelo egocentrismo do diretor, pela montagem amadora e que ainda encontra tempo para atacar a Psiquiatria seguindo a doutrina estúpida da Cientologia.
a quaint diversion that desperately tries to answer big questions, but ultimately has little more depth than spending 10 spare minutes on YouTube
...too much of the film is filled with material better served for the behind-the-scenes section on the electronic press kit.
Audience Reviews for Google Me
The premise seemed interesting enough so I gave this one a shot and soon was thinking to myself that it wasn't going to be very good. Some of the staging for transition shots in the front of the movie had me rolling my eyes and the voice over wasn't the best in the world but as the film went along telling it's story I found myself interested.
We some really good people. People I wouldn't mind having a drink with at the local Irish Pub. It's a good look into peoples lives and what makes people... people. It's well built with fun bits here and there and had a good flow through the whole thing.
Very good watch.
the best part was when the filmmaker explores his own family history; but the very end was extremely lame.
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