Movie recommendations from documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock, known for 'Super Size Me'
The director of the critically acclaimed and Oscar®-nominated documentary 'Super Size Me', Morgan Spurlock is an American humorist, television producer and political activist.
"When I saw 'Hair', I couldn’t turn my eyes away."
1979 • PG • Drama, Music & Musicals, War
A captivating musical portrait of the hippy generation.
WHY WE PICKED IT: This now-classic movie version of the landmark musical exemplifies the free-wheeling creative spirit of 1960s America.
The Vietnam era faces up against hippie culture as an...
"Peter Sellers just embodied this free spirit of creative, explosive magic."
1968 • PG • Comedy
A one-man wrecking crew wreaks havoc at a Hollywood party.
WHY WE PICKED IT: Despite Sellers retroactively unfortunate donning of brownface, this tinsel-town-skewering slapstick remains a cult comedy classic.
Peter Sellers is Hrundi V. Bakshi, a bumbling Indian actor...
"What I love about John Carpenter is that he’s someone who I think created a lot of great characters."
1981 • R • Action & Adventure, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Drama
Kurt Russell is Snake Plissken, war hero turned criminal.
WHY WE PICKED IT: One of the great director-actor duos, Carpenter and Russell teamed up for the first time in this dystopian cult classic.
The island of Manhattan is...