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A mesmerizing documentary trip to hell.
In the final stretch, when TV Junkie brings on the triumph-over-adversity homilies, it not only rings false, but downright creepy.
TV Junkie wears its authenticity on its sleeve through heavily tracked video recordings and abrupt cuts courtesy of the camcorder's lack of finesse, but that's part of its impact.
TV JUNKIE is one of the most compelling documentaries I've ever seen in my life.
TV Junkie's strength lies in its brutal, unfiltered rawness and intensity. As an assemblage of uncomfortably intimate footage, it's utterly compelling and memorable.
This is the best movie about addiction that I've ever seen.
TV Junkie is by no means easy to sit through, but will leave you with a whole new understanding of the complexities of addiction.
Starts off interesting - then heads into harrowing. Seriously, I thought this guy was going to end up dead by the end of it. Very brave of him to tell a story that puts him in such an unflattering light to help others avoid drug addiction.
I felt so sorry for everyone in this - everything his wife and kids went through, and for him himself, as obviously a lot of it was the drugs talking.
Really good documentary, but not always easy watching.
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