Review: Rams

An insightful and thought provoking (but not exactly dramatic) look at one of the biggest names in product design, Gary Hustwit’s documentary Rams profiles a man that’s frequently credited with changing the ways customers look at consumer goods.

Review: Almost Almost Famous

While it isn’t as perceptive, entertaining, or insightful of a documentary about talented musical impersonators as it could’ve been, Barry Lank’s Almost Almost Famous does an okay job weaving together the narratives of three subjects who make their living largely by pretending to be someone else.

Review: Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes

A detailed, but dry and sanitized look at one of the most controversial and disgraced figures in media and political history, Alexis Bloom’s documentary Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes will make viewers better understand the personality and actions of its titular subject, but never really delves deeply into what this man’s life means in a greater context.