An Honest Liar
History • 2014 • 1 hr 30 min
An interesting bio-doc that reviews the life of Randi who made a mission of exposing fake healers and psychics to enlightenment the public.
We need more people like James Randi in this world. Exposing the worlds fakes. Great doc.
An interesting look inside the life of one of my heros
It's not only an interesting story, but it also manages to deliver a ton of emotion. Amazing Randy's life was exactly that, amazing
Way more interesting than I thought it would be from the summaries, definitely worth a watch.
Perhaps even more fascinating than the man’s career is his relationship.
This man’s life is fascinating, and his comedic personality makes this documentary very fun.
I feel like you would watch this in a high school science class and forget it 5 minutes later.
A great man with a documentary that does his life justice. Also it’s weird that they reveal his sexuality as if it’s a twist
A well-deserved recognition to a remarkable skeptic who dedicated his life to expose fake religious figures and charlatans.
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