Whitewashed hagiography of the founder of the Hare Krishna movement never mentions Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada's racism and anti-Semitism while pooh-poohing claims of cultish brainwashing and avoiding the whole airport thing altogether.
Documentary about lacrosse is less about lacrosse that it is about the sport as a spiritual and cultural touchstone for the Iroquois people who invented it. And it still has some kick-ass game highlights!
War reporter Alex Quade's embed in Afghanistan and Iraq produced extraordinary insider footage of combat missions, and her boots-on-the-ground video is an important historical record. But her documentary jumps all over the place as much as she did.
Financial documentary that’s a David-and-Goliath-and-Goliath-and-Goliath tale of two financial titans, a hugely successful global company, and hundreds of thousands of ordinary people who lose their shirts chasing the American Dream.
Adapted from a stage monologue, with the addition of dramatized flashbacks, this autobiographical shaggy-dog tale from a shaggy man-child trying to grow up makes us see love and taxes each in a new way.