‘Man vs. Snake’ a great story in unusual venue

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‘Man vs. Snake’ a great story in unusual venue

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Man vs. Snake

Rating: Not rated
Genre: Documentary
Directed by: Andrew Seklir, Tim Kinzy
Release: 2015
Available on: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon

Nick’s Picks

The Rock
Rating: R
Genre: Action & Adventure
Directed by: Michael Bay
Written by: Aaron Sorkin, David Weisberg, Douglas S. Cook, Mark Rosner
Why watch it: Some would say that Michael Bay (Armageddon, Transformers) is a terrible director. They’re not wrong. His movies are extremely dumb – emphasis on extreme. But, like the Rock, they’re so bad that they are great fun to watch.
Release: 1996
Available on: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon
Boy Meets Girl
Rating: Not rated
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Directed by: Eric Schaeffer
Written by: Eric Schaeffer
Why watch it: This romantic comedy centered around a transgendered woman in rural Kentucky is quirky, heartfelt and, unlike most Hollywood movies that tackle trans issues, stars a trans actress.
Release: 2015
Available on: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon
Across Grace Alley
Rating: Not rated
Genre: Drama
Directed by: Ralph Macchio
Written by: Ralph Macchio
Why watch it: As his parents are getting a divorce, a young boy takes solace in his infatuation with a dancer who lives across the alley from his grandmother’s house in this charming and brief (roughly 25 minutes) film.
Release: 2013
Available on: Netflix, iTunes
The Jungle Book
Rating: PG
Genre: Kids & Family
Directed by: Jon Favreau
Written by: Justin Marks
Why watch it: Darker and scarier than Disney’s 1967 classic, this remake is very well cast (I particularly loved Christopher Walken as King Louie) and the CGI is amazing. That said, it could have been more musical.
Release: 2016
Available on: Netflix, iTunes, Amazon

‘Man vs. Snake’ a great story in unusual venue

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