Batman, the world’s greatest detective has had a far bigger impact on people’s lives than probably even the creators of the legendary superhero could have fathomed. The character in his complexity has inspired some, brought courage into lives of those in the need of it and has become a superhero almost every little boy aspires to be. A documentary film project by Brett Culp exploring the power of heroic stories & the inspirational impact of Batman, was put up on kickstarter to gather funds for the feature film. Funds which the project collected in only 48 hours. Epic… Epic like the character himself. A man without superpowers but whose dedication and intelligence (not to mention fortune) make him “the only” man to be able to bear even Superman. As a huge fan and a father of another fan I support this project. Check out the trailer below and find out more details on the projects’ Kickstarter Page.
I’m a huge Bruce Lee fan. Seen his movies number of times and considering he is among other things Chuck Norris’ mentor, there is probably no living soul that can match his awesomeness. Now Bruce Lee was more than just a kung fu hero, I would argue that he has been a source of inspiration to many people, movies, games and comic books. This year we’ll get to see a new documentary about this martial arts superstar titles I Am Bruce Lee.
Nothing fits better to one’s day off (I wish I had one right now) than good music. For chilling it’s mostly all about Nujabes catalogs that play on the background when I’m surfing the web or just spending quality time with the family. The world lost a great artist last year with the passing of Sun Jeba aka Nujabes. His music however lives on with numerous artists and music lovers being inspired by his innovative approach to music production. Better yet, a documentary titles An Eternal Soul is coming up just behind the corner giving more insight to Nujabes’ raw talent through his associates and friends. A documentary I can’t wait to see. No release date yet, but we’ll keep you posted. Shout out to Tim for the heads up on this.