Sunday, March 15, 2015

#RobertDurst #KilledThemAll #OfCourse

I've been raving about Andrew Jarecki's latest documentary, "The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst," and now that its jaw-dropping conclusion has aired, all I can add is this: If you thought "The Jinx" was good, Jarecki's 2003 film, "Capturing the Friedmans" -- save for the last three minutes of Sunday night's conclusion -- is even better. It's streaming now on HuluPlus and no, I'm not getting a kickback. #JustGiveHimTheEmmyNow

The funniest thing about "The Jinx" is that if it had been fictional, viewers would have hated how it ended because it was too far-fetched! My brother, however, remains disgruntled because they neglected to cover the time Bob got arrested for peeing on a candy rack at CVS, which his lawyers blamed on Asperger's syndrome!

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