Viewers may be enamored with the ending so much that they forget the dull 80 minutes that preceed the finale.
This nostalgic trip back to the carefree summers of decades past is a hoot until you realize that people actually died here.
This documentary exposes the corruption and weaponization of voter suppression tactics that continue rotting American politics from the core.
Few films so accurately capture the polarization of a country that’s as divided politically as our very own.
A beautiful reminder of the magic, the anguish, and the uplifting story of the lifetime bond that was forged between an expansion hockey team that had nothing to lose and a city that desperately needed a win.
The documentary doesn’t spend enough time on what life was like inside the dome, rushing through the parts of everyday life in isolation from the outside world.