This is about Richard Turner, considered by many people to be the greatest card mechanic in the world. And if that isn't impressive enough; motherfucker is as blind as Stevie Wonder. This is a story about obsession and the heights of achievement it can drive you to. This guy loves card tricks so much that he even named his only son Asa Spades Turner. That says it all.
There's an absolute fucking nutcase within each of us, just hiding beneath the surface waiting to be unleashed. We know this is true because it's been proven in studies. You know, by Science and shit. Well, the crazy inside the main character of this film burst out of his skin a long time ago because he created like 27 personalities that each take their turn coming "into the light". Basically one or more of those personalities decide to kidnap some young girls and throw them in a basement. Terribly original psycho behaviour, I know, but, still, it's decent.
I hate all these so-called Social Media Influencers. You know the type: Kim Kardashian, Kylie and Kendall Jenner, Emily Ratajkowski and the rest of those big-titted, lip-filled, bikini-wearing never-worked-a-day-in-their-lives whores. Having said that, I have to admit, I would love to murderfuck them all in the face, 'cause bitches be smokin'. Anyway, this documentary about a failed music festival sums up a lot of what is wrong in the world today, although, it's not exactly their fault. The fault lies squarely at the feet of someone who aimed too high and fucked up in a big, big way. If you enjoy seeing ambitious people fail as much as I do, you'll enjoy this.
This is a dramatisation of the time that mad Norwegian cunt went berserk on an island just outside of Oslo, killing multiple teenagers for what he claims are political motivations. Homeboy probably just got a chip on his shoulder because no girls wanted to touch his dick back when he was in high school.
Everyone loved Bobby Robson. He was a true gentleman and a working class hero. A man almost too kind and too honest for football. This documentary covers some of the struggles (and achievements) he had, both in life and football, as he tried to stand by his principles.