There is a small movie theater across the street from my apartment. When I moved in, I was so excited about it - "I can walk to the movies!". I went there for the first time on Friday, and I moved in 2 years ago.
What was the movie that finally got me to walk? It was the documentary "King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters".
It's a simple story of good vs. evil. The evil is a guy named Billy Mitchell, who recorded the highest score ever on Donkey Kong in 1982. The good is Steve Wiebe, who gets laid off from his job and attempts to break the Donkey Kong record. Seriously, that's what the movie is about, and it is awesome. It's not only a hilarious story, it's also really well told. I can't say enough about it.
Unfortunately, I think the only theater that's actually playing it is the one across from me. I don't know why. It's awesome. But definitely rent it when it comes out on DVD.