Kenneth (who likes to call himself Kay) begins to realise he's just another wannabe bad boy... even less than a loser in fact. After quitting his job at Laimsbury's, Kay vows to become a ... See full summary »
In a grave-world, the Grave Keeper keeps watch over the souls and bodies of those living and dead. Lazarus is chosen to be resurrected into this world and come to grips with the true ... See full summary »
Brothers Lucky and Raphael have always lived on the wrong side of the law. When a "job" goes very wrong and Lucky finds himself in debt to local heavies, Sebastian and Kramer, he is forced ... See full summary »
When Davis Green's alluring young cousin Alexis shows up on his doorstep, he discovers a side of his family that had been kept secret his entire life. As the two get closer, they set out to... See full summary »
Deborah Ann Woll
This film documents the transportation of 69 beautiful statues from the Louvre in Paris, to Galleria Borghese in Rome. The statues were meticulously transported all together for the first and last time for a great exhibition.
Alessio Jim Della Valle
Arjun (Anup Revanna) and his two friends make a living out of conning people for a few thousands and are quite good at it. When Arjun falls for a girl, he agrees to his friend's plan of ... See full summary »
The film notes that Super Meat Boy (2010) went on to sell a million copies. The developers, however, note in the audio commentary that only about 25% of these sales occurred on the Xbox Live Arcade. The remaining sales came from the PC version. See more »
When Tommy is mailing Microsoft, he's using a PC, but the full-screen pictures of the email client are of Apple Mail. See more »
If you don't see a vulnerability in somebody, you're probably not relating with them on a very personal level.
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Various game play video from other independent games not covered in the main movie are shown during the credits. See more »
There aren't that many documentaries about video games so to say that this is easily the best of the bunch might not mean much to many (that's a lot of M's right there), but it is. It's also one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. If the film-makers idea was to first give you a really great view of how some of these indie developers do their stuff and why, then have you on the edge of your seat as release day looms and problems arrive, then finish by leaving you a little bit misty and in a really good mood? If that was their idea then it worked for me.
It's every bit as brilliant as the games that are featured. I think people owe it to themselves to watch this.
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