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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Documentaries
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Strad Style was excellent


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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Documentaries
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pretty excited to watch the Mr Rogers documentary

Me too. I just saw an ad for it yesterday.

this was excellent

Realized how little i knew about him or the show, even though i watched it religiously as a child


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This was fantastic.


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gardenparty wrote:
wease wrote:
doug rr wrote:
pretty excited to watch the Mr Rogers documentary

Me too. I just saw an ad for it yesterday.

this was excellent

Realized how little i knew about him or the show, even though i watched it religiously as a child

One of the best documentaries I’ve ever watched. I never watched the show that often but was familiar enough with it I recognized everyone. His sincerity and pure empathy towards children was simply unmatched by anyone I’ve ever known and totally came thru in this film. He certainly got made fun of a lot, but he was one of a kind. It would’ve been an honor to be called his friend. I gained a lot of respect for him watching this.

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Documentaries
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Am I the only one that watched that Mr Rogers doc and thought "wow that guy was really nuts"?

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Am I the only one that watched that Mr Rogers doc and thought "wow that guy was really nuts"?

Yes you fucking lunatic.

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wease wrote:
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Am I the only one that watched that Mr Rogers doc and thought "wow that guy was really nuts"?

Yes you fucking lunatic.

I'm a monster.

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Do I actually care about watching that doc? Is it actually interesting or are weird people making a big, sentimental hoopla over nothing?

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Documentaries
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i loved it but i grew up watching it too


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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Documentaries
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So did I but I’m not a kid anymore so it means nothing to me

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LoathedVermin72 wrote:
So did I but I’m not a kid anymore so it means nothing to me


What if they made a Roseanne documentary?

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LoathedVermin72 wrote:
Do I actually care about watching that doc? Is it actually interesting or are weird people making a big, sentimental hoopla over nothing?

I found it very interesting. There was quite a bit I had no idea about. Like PBS basically being originally funded because of him.

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yea fuck people having feelings and being sentimental.


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Mickey wrote:
LoathedVermin72 wrote:
So did I but I’m not a kid anymore so it means nothing to me


What if they made a Roseanne documentary?


multi hoopla


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Watched King Georges on Hulu last night. It’s about Chef Georges Perrier and the rise and fall of Le-Bec Fin in Philadelphia. I’ve never seen a doc capture the pace and mood of the back of house during dinner service so well. My wife and I were laughing out loud at parts that weren’t really meant to be that funny because it hit so close to home compared to our own restaurant work stories. I recommend watching this. Chef Georges and his crew are very likeable.


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Wu Tang Clan’s one on Showtime last month was awesome.

I swear I’ll stop making excuses to talk about Wu Tang after this.


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Just watched Carmine Street Guitars. Very enjoyable.

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Just watched Carmine Street Guitars. Very enjoyable.

yeah, that was good


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Echo in the Canyon. Very good. Not quite Wrecking Crew level, but very good.


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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Documentaries
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Echo in the Canyon. Very good. Not quite Wrecking Crew level, but very good.

we watched that last week..we enjoyed it


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