Tag: documentaries

It’s On Us As Well…

The Social Dilemma

Netflix

So I watched this documentary on the problematic (to put it lightly) nature of social media a couple of weeks ago and I wasn’t going to talk about it because I’m crazy bias. I think social media has become an absolute disaster for pretty much everything.

I’m not going to say it doesn’t have good sides like keeping families in touch but the bad at this point is outweighing it.

The Brains Behind the Bombshell

bombshell the hedy lamarr story

Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story

Directed By: Alexandra Dean

Grade: A

Going into this documentary I knew two things about Hedy Lamarr- she was beautiful and she invented something important that had to do with WIFI that I couldn’t explain if I had tried. Luckily the documentary explains it better.

I honestly didn’t expect to like this one so much or to tear up in it.

Bright Lights Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds

Bright Lights

Bright Lights Starring Carrie Fisher & Debbie Reynolds

Directed By: Alexis Bloom & Fisher Stevens

Grade: A

I watched this documentary on Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds when it premiered not long after they passed and again more recently. (October 21st was Fisher’s birthday.) I had been familiar with their relationship and really enjoyed seeing this. I think with time it’s also less sad and really felt almost happy.