You won't know what to expect, but it will definitely leave an impression once you watch it."If Larraín's intention was to both slam the church and give his audience a hint of how repulsed, traumatized, and likely complicit its victims felt, he hit it out of the park.There's a mix of documentaries and features, all of them criminally underseen.So to give them some extra attention in the spotlight, and to support some of the finest filmmakers out there, here's our best you didn't see in 2016 recap. Back when I put this list together for the first time in 2007, there was nothing else out there like it.Loan them your DVD/Blu-ray, or better yet, host a screening for them and show it to them yourself. much more to the filmmakers who put so much time and effort into making each of these movies.This isn't about getting kudos for mentioning certain films, this article is about pointing out movies that This film is everything.(find all the past lists here: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007).
Chronicles the break-out year of the band called Unlocking The Truth, following 13-year-old members Alec Atkins, Malcolm Brickhouse and Jarad Dawkins as they first encounter stardom and the music industry, transcending childhood to become the rock stars they always dreamed of being.
What unfolds is a transparent example of why the music industry continues to spiral downward toward a fiery hell.
Through the guidance of uber-gaudy manager Alan Sacks — try to imagine a more zen-like Jerry Stiller in — members Malcolm Brickhouse, Jarad Dawkins, and Alec Atkins are slowly molded to the likes of The Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato, two glittery names on Sacks' prestigious resume…
Nowadays there are 30 different versions of the "best movies you didn't see last year" lists.
My goal the first time was to convince a few of you to finally watch some of these films that I'd seen and loved, but felt like they'd been lost in the mix.