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Reviewed! Two Amazing Sports Web Documentaries Worth Your Time
“City.Ballet.,” to state the obvious, is as much a cautionary tale about ballet as it is a love letter to it. Each episode navigates the scuffed walls of the New York City Ballet with equal parts reverence and apprehension, as it dives into the brutally competitive world of professional dancing. In an e… Read MoreTags: Casualties of the Gridiron, City Ballet, Documentary, GQ, Reviews, Sarah Jessica Parker, web series
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Thursday 7.18: News to Know
GQ’s ‘Jogging with James’ Sprints into Mini-Series
Reviewed! Machinima’s ‘Tainted Love’; GQ’s ’10 Essentials’; Lexus’ ‘Beyond Memories’
I don’t want to go all Marshall McLuhan boring TV historian on you, but it’s safe to say the best shows fit the medium. The web, internet-TV medium is still feeling its way toward mass appeal by experimenting with commercial programming suited for today’s multi-screen, ADD consumer who wants to be entertained or informed in a few blinks of the eye. As a prime example of a short and powerful smack to the senses, I call your attention to NSFW “Tainted Love,” a wild, graphic novel of a web ser… Read MoreTags: 10 Essentials, Aasif Mandvi, Beyond Memories, Conde Nast, Cristina Molino, Eric Roberts, GQ, Lexus, Machinima, Morgan Spurlock, Orlando Jones, Sean Paul, Short Films, Tainted Love, The Weinstein Company