Alright, I've spent a little too much time on the Althouse
blog today - it's getting a little snippy
over there - while devoting time to my own thing should
be my top priority, right right? I've also got a new job, with long hours, so it's been tough:
Mostly because I think we still need something to file next to Grizzly Man,
I've got this 3/4 high thumbs-up DVD recommendation for Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost's documentary, Catfish,
that - though nowhere as grand as Werner Herzog's masterpiece - is as close to the same delusional ballpark as I've seen. Catfish
even includes something new:
A madness intervention - what's not to love?
I'm enjoying the current rash of cult-specific movies, but the films on straight-up, crazy individuals are few and far between, when (with, maybe, the possible exception of Kevin MacDonald's One Day In September
) they're where the real meat and potatoes are so far.
Watching individuals trip-ping.
I love that.
I wonder if Kevin MacDonald's Marley
should be put in the "cult" or plain ol' "crazy" category?
I can't decide, since Bob was Rasta,....
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