With a 98% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, King of Kong is a must-see film. Critics call it "improbably compelling, stupendously and wildly entertaining, madly arresting, hilarious and moving, taught, tense, fascinating, rousing, and laugh-out-loud funny."
As Decius said, it's pretty much about how everything everywhere actually works. I saw this on the festival circuit earlier this year; it won the best documentary award at IFF Boston.
Long-time readers of MemeStreams may recall our coverage of Steve Wiebe's new record back in 2003, courtesy of nox. You can still read the article through the Wayback machine:
Mitchell, 37, says he only counts his scores if they're played in a public venue, and he won't say if he can beat his cross-country competitor. He'll only say that he's planning something big and unprecedented in response to Wiebe's win.
If there's one thing to know about Billy Mitchell, it's that he does not disappoint.
The King of Kong