GOOGLE ME | FilmBuff

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A documentary about a guy, Jim Killeen, who Googled himself and then went all over the world meeting others with his name.

2009-08-22 05:28:18

41 Replies to “GOOGLE ME | FilmBuff”

  1.  Don't know if it's your call or YouTube's, but I'm not going to sit though a bunch of commercials to watch your documentary.  Seems cool, but not cool enough to sit through a bunch of advertising to see it.

  2. I didn't really love the movie, if we can call it movie, but I have to admit that it gave me some inspiration and the chance to think.

    My most negative remarks are:
    1) Having a smaller brain does not make you unsensible for pain (about the chicken 1:34).

    2) The filmmaker was interviewing his family, which is already weird, his expression while he was talking to his ill sister was repelled.

    3) Why are Americans so proud of their army and you see it in all american movies?

  3. It's a movie that builds up slowly and comes up very strong, covering all the emotions we have within us. And I also think that the whole Killeen gang would make up for a great comedy show, you guys are peculiar and with great personalities, seriously. Thanks.

  4. Enjoyed this very much. My last name happens to be sooo common it would take millions to gather all the Karol Hernandez in the world but I love the idea of finding the uniqueness of individuals and bringing them together as a family. Nicely done 🙂

  5. no matter how different you think your name there is a good chance that there is at least one person with that exact first and last name. now do we have a population problem i think so

  6. @lizshetah ~ It's been done before. This was released in 2007 but UK comedian Dave Gorman did a series on Tv called Are you Dave Gorman in 2001 and later a stand-up show and book called Googlewack in 2003. Still good though.

  7. I never had much interest in googling myself because my name is so uncommon… so for a long time I didn't have much personal interest in a documentary like this. But now that I have watched it I found that I relate to it on a level much deeper. I see a part of myself in every Jim Killeen. I realize the world is not a big and diverse as I once thought and now I see that in one way or another we are all a bit similar. We all have at least one small thing in common. The reason we are here? LOVE.

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