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  1. Bellflower 2011 Writer-director-actor Evan Glodell's testosterone-fueled fever-dream indie Bellflower impresses less for its screeching take on extended adolescent fury than for its own macho, wacko, pedal-to-metal embodiment of same. full review
  2. GasLand 2010 With its jolting images of flammable tap water and chemically burned pets, New York theater-director-turned-documentarian Josh Fox's Sundance-feted shocker makes an irrefutable case against U.S. corporate "fracking." full review
  3. The Devil Came on Horseback 2007 Devil ponders the optimism/pessimism = apathy/x equation as honestly and studiously as any doc I've ever seen. full review
  4. Freedom Writers 2007 Our eager-beaver heroine suffers the kids' sarcasm, fails to earn their respect by bringing in a Tupac tape, then wins them over in a crucial scene that, fact-based or not, rings as false as anything in Dangerous Minds. full review
  5. The Outsider 2005 Among the great docs about moviemaking. full review
  6. I Like Killing Flies 2003 As directed in aptly unfussy fashion by music- video vet Matt Mahurin, the movie itself is a curiously tasty dish, one that could leave even a vegan with a burning desire to sample Shopsin's lamb chops. full review

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