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Description: "Ride with Larry" puts a human face on the day-to-day war vs Parkinson's through the storyline of Larry Smith, a retired police captain, actually beloved small-town baker. After twenty years with Parkinson's, Larry attempts to ride 300 miles across his state of South Dakota with the help of his family and community to present the power of keeping your body active and mind positive, proving that the greatest cure is living life to its fullest. The movie follows Larry as attempts to push his limits and expand the boundary of chances for those with Parkinson's. Weaved amongst his adventure is an intimate portrait of Parkinson's, illuminating the day-to-day war of those diagnosed, their families, and caretakers. It is a movie for all those stigmatized or mired in the darkness of illnesses without cures. Larry and his wife Betty refuse to be defined by this diagnosis, proving that sometimes the greatest cure is living life to its fullest.
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Description: The video is accompanied by a richly detailed article that adds more depth to the documentary. If there’s any question about why Hollywood is dead set vs the unionization of vfx artists, the following graphic from the article will respond the question: vfx artists comprise the largest portion of the team on most Hollywood blockbusters.
Description: In the wake of a devastating private tragedy, struggling would-be filmmaker Parker Smith decides to take a road-trip across America. Intending to create a "lo-fi" documentary about his adventure he purchases a decade old camera off of eBay, and is surprised to explore that it holds a long forgotten video tape containing strange home video footage of the notorious bodybuilder Gregg Valentino, a/k/a 'The Boy Whose Arms Exploded'. Convinced that Valentino’s odd tape found its method into his hands for some necessary existential reason, Parker sets off from Austin, Texas to Fresh York to search the fading bodybuilder armed with only his beloved cat, two cameras and a minivan.
Description: The idea behind Owned is simple: A film with a bunch of top notch, absolutely assassin sections from some of today's greatest riders, produced by some of today's greatest videographers and editors. Owned was filmed over the course of 11 months at spots all over the globe including Africa, Israel, Europe & North America. The riders and videographers for Owned dedicated themselves tirelessly to receive one of the most nice collections of eclectic riding styles together in one release.
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Description: East L.A. Interchange follows the evolution of working-class, immigrant Boyle Heights, the oldest neighborhood in East Los Angeles from multiethnic to predominately Latino and a cradle of Mexican-American culture in the U.S. The documentary says the storyline of how one neighborhood managed to survive the construction of the biggest and busiest freeway interchange in the nation and explores the shifting face of community in the United States today arguing why it could matter to us all.
Description: Ralph McQuarrie, idea artist of the original Star Fights trilogy, was essential in bringing the characters, ships, and locales of a galaxy far, far away to life. In this unique retrospective, Star Fights author George Lucas, Industrial Light & Magic results legend Dennis Muren, and many others discuss the impact of McQuarrie, his artistic gifts, and his legacy.
Description: The original classic on video, which introduces Gabrielle Roth's revolutionary system of moving meditation. Teaches how five core rhythms can teach, catalyze, and heal our whole being.
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With a near record number of theater marquees displayed, including forgotten websites like the Park-Miller on W. 43rd St., American SEXUAL REVOLUTION has unintended nostalgia value as a time capsule.Its game is intentionally misleading; this combination of XXX porn sequences, travelogue vistas of Tenderloin sections in major U.S. towns containing the adult cinemas and bookshops, and interviews is strictly about pornography and its spread to mainstream America. The gratis love/hippie revolution of the '60s is not at issue.With narrator Peter Thomas mixing helpful notification with a massive dose of proselytizing in favor of porn's legality, the movie is often too preachy to be entertaining. But I loved seeing those old theater facades.Porn content contains many still photos, from magazines, which deliver the explicitness 1971 audiences were craving: mixed-combo action, double-penetration, even homosexual anal sex. The live action is tamer, but well-photographed XXX porn.A couple of poor-condition '20s stag movies are included for historical interest: "The Shiek" (rather ludicrously claimed to have been shot by the same team with the same sets of the Valentino hit) and "How to Land a Job". These place the history of XXX in perspective and indicate that right from the beginning casting directors favored large dicks (natch).Cheri Rostand and Diane are pretty blondes who have sex with their cameraman Bob (another big-dick specimen, circa 1970). Diane dons a strap-on dildo for what gotta have been a revelatory (in '71) lesbian sex stage with loops star Rostand, and the trio are candid in a followup interview segment, which accurately captures the mood of transition as XXX began making inroads in what used to be a "simulated" sex movie industry.This transition is also preserved in a lengthy interview with Fresh York magazine publisher Marv Lincoln whose 12 games are all movie related. He indicates that because of the changing laws & court rulings, he does not email out his magazines (crossing state lines), but relies on newsstand sales. Throughout the documentary, the importance of the Supreme Court and its decisions re: obscenity and pornography are correctly emphasized.A second XXX shoot involves familiar porn husband & wife squad Pete Dawson and Jan Davis, who I had previously seen interviewed in a short film. They have explicit sex (including anal) in many positions, shot by a still photographer for magazine layouts, and give a perceptive interview. Near the end of the movie there is another new XXX footage, more as padding.One LSU grad filmmaker pontificates about his XXX craft, but this Leslie Howell or Powell seems to be a phony. He coincidentally is shown shooting the Cheri/Diane/Bob footage, where Bob is handling second camera before joining in the action. Elsewhere the documentary seems credible, including interviews with different gay activists and an assortment of generally square boys and girls "on the street" (in L.A.).With much waving of the American Flag, an opening shot of the Statue of Liberty, and cornball pronouncements contrasting the readily accessible travelogues showing animals being killed vs. suppression of explicit sex movies (and a dollop of Vietnam Fight thrown in), ASR fails as propaganda, but covers its porn subject better than the most fake docus of the era.The movie makes the crucial mission that the true sea change occurred when porn, notably still images or erotic art, switched from strictly underground/illicit distribution to more widespread availability. I would like to see a documentary (or a book) on that particular subject, since it is the transport from "under the counter" forbidden fruit to in-your-face (and actually dominating the internet) widespread availability of sexual material that has so transformed our culture.
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