Point and Shoot (2014)
Critic Consensus: Thrilling and thought-provoking, Point and Shoot captures one man's fascinating -- if troublingly narcissistic -- "crash course in manhood."
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Critic Reviews for Point and Shoot
The film dismayingly replicates VanDyke's blithe US-centric world view
In addition to being a knotty psychological portrait, this raises some tough questions about America's presence in the Middle East and the influence of social media on contemporary politics.
For better or worse, this is an affluent American's view of the world, and in the post-mortem interview segments, director Marshall Curry does little to broaden the conversation.
Point and Shoot is as much about the collective movement toward Me-ism as it is about VanDyke's assiduously self-crafted journey. Either way, it makes for a great story.
A thought-provoking look at a meek life that veered in unpredictable directions.
Audience Reviews for Point and Shoot
The strange tale of a man who wanders into the Middle East and becomes engaged in battle during the liberation of Libya. An unusual gentleman with an unbelievable tale.
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