Oh, dear. Mr. Brody. How could you, Mr. Brody?
…hey, how about that, another year end list, whaddya know. 2016 is a big documentary year, as in “there are a lot of great documentaries that came out this year.” I wrote about Ava DuVernay’s 13th, and Kirsten Johnson’s Cameraperson, two fundamentally unalike films that remain among the year’s best documentary offerings, for The Playlist.
Well, I meant to share this on the ol’ blog sooner, but we’re only three days out from last month so I don’t think the delay is that great an infraction: Paste Magazine’s got their list of the best ten movies in theaters as of October, and you should go look at it! Great flicks, …
I have no words to intro my review of Keith Maitland’s Tower for Paste Magazine, other than to express my shock that this movie is relevant in 2016 despite being about terrible shit that happened back in 1966.