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To say this is an official list of the best documentaries of 2014 would be a slight exaggeration. This is a list of the top 10 best documentaries from 2014 based on what I’ve watched, read, and heard. Many are politically oriented, unpacking, as always, the biggest issues. Others, like Manakamana, are a soothing

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Movie ReviewMovies

Life Itself is an outstanding and incredibly successful effort, not only portrays his iconic subject the way he intended, but honors his accomplishments both in his personal and professional life without ever falling into cliches.

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GeekyPodcasts

First, The Gentlemen’s Guide to Midnite Cinema discussed Three Colors: Blue. Then, The Debatable Podcast talked about Three Colors: White. Now, as the last stop on this epic pod crawl, Paul and AJ discuss the final film of Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Three Colors trilogy–and his final film, period–Red. The boys dig deep on this one, discussing the nature

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MoviesNews

It’s a sad day in the movie journalism world. Everyone in this field has been affected by Roger Ebert’s passion for film and his willingness to embrace new mediums and try new things. Read our memories of him and share your own in the comments.

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MoviesNews

Legendary film critic Roger Ebert passes away at the age of 70. Our thoughts on the man and his impact.

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