This is all about how we're being fucked over and manipulated by Social Media giants and how we, in fact, are their product. If it sounds boring, that's because it is. I have a keen interest in this shit and even I lost interest before the end.
This is another documentary about the Barkley Marathons, an ultramarathon that takes 60 hours to complete; if you're hard enough to finish it, that is. Only a handful of people have ever completed the course within the 60 hour time limit and this is about another guy trying to add his name to that list. What these guys put themselves though is pretty fucking stupid, really, but it certainly makes for an entertaining watch.
I have a great deal of respect for Stephen Hawking; for his genius, for the effort he put into his theories and for the fight he showed throughout his disease. However, I wasn't terribly convinced by this film. A lot of it is just conjecture about what may or may not have happened to a bunch of Tory nerds.
This is about the pressures of being married, of making ends meet and of getting by. And the impact all that has on your children. It's told brilliantly from the perspective of a teenager as he sees his parents suffer with their jobs, with their pride and eventually with their relationship. It demonstrates well the confusion the young lad is feeling as he tries to make sense of an adult world in which the two closest people to him go to war with each other and with themselves.
The moral to this story is to keep your fucking front door locked. It's a tale of revenge in which a good man is driven to action after his wife is attacked in her own home.