What's a good documentary to watch? Can be about anything.
This guy exploded in popularity over the past year. This is probably the most interesting thing he covered: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcKR0KhTgHg
IMHO, 3D people look ugly in general. I can't watch anything where people show their faces.
How a forum board made a light novel based on a manga sketch, Gigguk's new vid.
Yui Hirasawa is a dumb slut.
If you're down for mockumentaries, the new season of Documentary Now! Is airing... now.
Tokyo Olympiad - A film by Kon Ichikawa about the 1965 Tokyo Olympics. It focuses on the humans behind the competitors in the Olympics, and makes you truly feel for them.
AlphaGo - A movie about the Google DeepMind team's attempt to create an AI that can defeat masters at Go/Baduk. You go into it sort of interested in the AI, but then truly become invested in the fight between AI and one man, Lee Sedol.
The Death of Nekojiru - Nekojiru was a manga artist known for her style of drawing cats and experimental manga. In 1998, she committed suicide for reasons unknown. This documentary tries to understand why.
Will post more soon, my computer runs like AIDs right now so just a moment.
qanon channel 5 take was good, had a good laugh and imagined all those boomers AND their kids (like here) arguing with me on net in different places.
internet is retarded nowadays.
and or underage