When I work from home, I try to find something that won't hold my interest too much but isn't totally annoying. I usually land on a British movie or food show. Friday, I stumbled on the Netflix docu-series called Cooked.
Yes, it’s a little odd that another LEGO movie is coming out so quickly after the release of, well, ‘The LEGO Movie’ – that also features an animated LEGO mini-fig voiced by a well-known celebrity. In this case, it’s Jason Bateman (as opposed to Chris Pratt) and this is a documentary (or, as they are calling it, a “brickumentary”), not a narrative feature.
Miley Cyrus has amassed an army of followers, at least if the trailer for her upcoming documentary for and by MTV is to be believed, in which she talks about her new look, her new sound and her much blabbed about VMA's performance which conveniently aired on MTV.
You'd think they were psychic or something.
If Beyonce can do it, why can't her fellow belter Adele? And no, we're not talking about being a celebrated singer or having her first child last year, either. We're talking about being the subject of a cable TV documentary!
The viral video of the moment is a campaign by the activist group, Invisible Children. The nearly 30 minute film by documentary filmmaker, Jason Russell looks to raise awareness of Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony who has led a rebel army in the country since the '80's and committed countless, atrocious crimes against humanity involving children and women.