Actually it looks like you can get Dancing Outlaw at Amazon. Sometimes if you ask netflix for a particular movie, they will buy it and add it to their catalog.
I'm with Blockbuster now, Netflix can flix my nux.
It is for sale on his website, but I'm not dropping $39.00 just to see it.
I'll find it sooner or later.
We watched "The Sketches of Frank Ghery" last week. Not bad, but not great (IMO). I heard nothing but great things about it, but I thought it was just okay. I love his architecture, but the documentary didn't focus on engineering his designs hardly at all.
radioheads meeting people is easy is very very good.
i also saw something about the american taxidermists competition or something that was surprisingly interesting.
UKTVhistory is showing Planet Earth and Blue Planet constantly at the moment too and our household are all loving that.
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"I was slashing fires and setting tires, busting heads and popping reds."
One of my favorites is Marjoe. Just got it on DVD to replace my lost VHS version. It won the oscar for best doco in 1972 I believe. It's about this travelling revival preacher who was a child preacher pimped out by his parents. In this documentary he invites a film crew to confess all the chicanery involved in his proffession so he can't go back.
If you watch a lot of crappy movies, you'll recognize the guy as he's in a lot of top notch trash (Starcrash, Viva Knieval, Pray for the Wildcats, and Mausoleum) as he turned the success of this documentary into a haphazard film career.
It's awesome, but don't be fooled and think the documentary team's follow up film, Gizmo, is any good.
Kirk was in my art history class in school , he seemed O K .
The Good Fight , now thats a documentary