Bling, you should watch this with Esther. I'd be curious to talk with you guys about it.
Watching this documentary, I found myself repeatedly asking "Where's the beef?!" There is little substance, new information, or even in-depth commentary. I understand that North Korea is a challenging subject, but it feels very much like the film makers bit off more than they could chew, and then produced what they had so it wasn't a total loss.
The quality of the narration and the stark visual imagery of large empty streets, buildings, etc makes it worth a glance if you're really bored on a Sunday morning.
This is NOT you're fathers X-Man movie.
Just in case the R rating and the trailers didn't clue you in, this movie isn't for the pre-teen crowd. There's swearing, there's brutal violence, and heavy concepts to deal with. There's no sex (which would be creepy given the story), so you get some idea of just how much swearing and violence there is to earn an R rating.
While Logan uses a few comic book tropes to reel you in, it…