174/366 for 2016
Matt Gourley and Mark McConville should do commentary for any and all sports/things.
This is a fun exploration of the growth of a mini-phenomenon, especially in and around comedy. Not only that, but it's perhaps the most engaging a comedy related documentary has been in quite some time. The filmmaking is playful and bouncy, which is certainly very appreciated. It verges on reality show agility, but it never becomes annoying. It manages to stay consistently energetic.
The film itself is about creative endeavors and the special feeling that comes with a group activity. Inside jokes, traditions, and chemistries are explored, and though niche right off the bat, there's a passion and heart here that everyone…