Well, it was amusing in parts and it WAS definitely interesting, but not, I think, something that can be of long term benefit or will even be interesting in a couple of years.
It’s a largely superficial exploration of mens grooming habits (past and present). I found the spa (chat) scenes between Arnett and Bateman largely unnecessary and not very amusing or interesting. I think they only wound up in the documentary because they were executive producers. I had no idea there was such a thing as “beard-bulding” and competitions for same…WOW. I found that both amusing and interesting…it’s always surprising to me what some people put thier effort into as far as personal image and definition of one’s “calling.”
Overall, worthwhile, but I don’t think it holds any long term appeal.
It was ok, but I felt like the examples shown didn’t really give a full scope of what bullying is out there and I found it to be rather annoying overall. It’s nothing specific that I can point out, I do feel bullying is a serious problem and that it’s scope is much larger than it ever was when I was growing up…but I don’t feel that this film was very good at demonstrating the problms, nor any solutions.
Having participated in Stand Down for a few years, I’m no stranger to the problems our soldiers face when returning home from war…whether emotional or physical (or both). This was good at giving an idea of what issues are out there and how they are dealt wtih (or not dealt with).
It was just ok for me, likely owing to the fact that I don’t know enough about the current science in this area to know how much about what was shown is based in realiable science and how much was pure speculation.
It had moving moments, but somehow was a bit disapointing for me.
This was on the “new” shelf at the library last week, so I picked it up. It made me cry. It was interesting to see the families so many years after the shooting and to see how the public face of the school and the community have evoloved.
Sadly, this type of event is becoming a regular occurance and seem to be growing in scale as well.
It was an interesting idea…to go 30 days living off of the charity of people he met through Craigslist…but I agree with some other viewers…make this guy a miniority or even just take away the camera and I doubt he would have gotten as far with no money of his own.
Still it was entertaining and I did enjoy it. Just not terribly believable.
Subtitled. Some might consider this boring, but I enjoyed it a great deal, plus you get to see Richter creating some of his art, it’s quite interesting…and I know I overuse the word interesting…my appologies! ;-)
Naturally, the answer is YES…your life IS too plastic. But you already knew that, right?!
Interesting and informative, but I found the narriator annoying at times. The short “answer” is, stop using plastic. The usual reduce, re-use and recycle. It’s a daunting problem to be sure, but the “solution” is not going to come easily.
Funny documentary with Chris Rock about “black hair” – interesting and entertaining. I learned a lot of stuff I didn’t know before.