But what happened after the credits rolled? And what did the fates have in store for these memorable characters once the cameras packed up and left? Turning no leaf unturned to track them down and burning the midnight phonebill to speak to them, Empire found out. Here the stars of these six outstanding docs tell us what happened next. The Donkey Kong world record doesn't sound like the kind of issue to provoke two men to near-Biblical levels of animosity, but as documentary King Of Kong: A Fistful Of Quarters records, that's exactly what came to pass. Some serious Old Testament shit.
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It is presented as a documentary, and indeed these students, their friends and families are all real people, and these are their stories. But many scenes seem suspiciously staged. Is she really that unaware? She's the subject of disciplinary action in the film; why didn't she tell school officials that she only did it for the movie? Many questions like that occur while you're watching "American Teen," but once you make allowance for the factor of directorial guidance, the movie works effectively as what it wants to be: a look at these lives, in this town "mostly middle-class, white and Christian" , at this time. Megan Krizmanich is pretty, on the school council, a surgeon's daughter, "popular" but sometimes considered a bitch. She dreams of going to Notre Dame, as her father, a brother and a sister did. She seems supremely self-confident until late in the film, when we learn about a family tragedy that her mother blames for her "buried anger. Colin Clemens, with a Jay Leno chin, is the basketball star.
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When Jay Pharoah wants to become the most versatile actor in the world, he turns to experts to teach him new skills. Watch the video. The story of three young boxers and their coach who is determined to guide them in a positive direction in and out of the ring. Documentary about legendary Paramount producer Robert Evans the film shares the same name as Evans's famous autobiography.
Director Nanette Burstein originally reviewed more than different schools in the pre-production process, and ten schools replied, agreeing to participate. After she interviewed incoming seniors at all 10, she chose Warsaw. Some film critics have accused the director, Nanette Burstein, of giving the documentary a sensationalized feel,  and others have gone so far as to claim that the film feels scripted and the very presence of the cameras take the reality out of the situation. One continual issue with the movie, was that Tusing was continually forced to "get a girlfriend" in order not to be removed from the film. Other issues include scripted arguments, and cue cards. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Archived from the original PDF on USA Today.