Director: Josh Kriegman, Elyse Steinberg
Stars: N/A
Release Date: May 20, 2016 (Available to stream on Amazon and iTunes)

At its worst, this documentary will give men bloated expectations about the power of their dick pics. After all, at this point Anthony Weiner is more famous for his, shall we say, online presence than for his legitimate political career. At its best, though, Weiner is a highly detailed, honest look at a once promising politician essentially digging his own grave. Starting in 2011, when Weiner stepped down from Congress after accidentally tweeting a picture of his crotch, the film tracks Weiner’s initially successful run for mayor of New York City in 2013. It's what came next that makes the movie so compelling—cameras are right in the middle of the flames as the campaign crashes and burns in the wake of Weiner's second, and worse, scandal. It’s a raw, revealing view of a deeply complicated man (and a deeply confounding marriage, between Weiner and longtime Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin), which is not something normal politicians subject themselves to. But Anthony Weiner isn’t a normal politician—he’s Carlos Danger. —Julia Pimentel