Watch with Dan: March docs discussion: ‘The Speed Cubers,’ ‘The Social Dilemma,’ and ‘Long Shot’

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Are you ready to binge-watch some more great documentaries?

Earlier in March, PIX11 Morning News anchor Dan Mannarino chose three must-see films for his “Watch With Dan” monthly documentary club.

The club, made up of PIX11 viewers, recently met online to discuss the three must-watch picks for the month of March: “The Speed Cubers,” “The Social Dilemma,” and “Long Shot.” This month’s discussion was full of laughter, got personal and even sparked some debate. 

To take part in next month’s discussion, send an email to on why you’d like to join the chat. Happy watching!

“The Speed Cubers”

“The Speed Cubers” is the story of two unlikely best friends with an even more unlikely hobby. It captures the extraordinary twists and turns in the lives of two Rubik’s Cube-solving champions, who also happen to be best friends. 

“It’s an amazing story of friendship, overcoming obstacles, and not letting anything stand in your way,” said Mannarino of the film.

“The Social Dilemma”

From increased anxiety to influencing what we spend money on, social media has taken over many of our lives. “The Social Dilemma” is an inside look at how it happened, from the exact people who created it. 

“It’s a must watch, and I can’t wait to hear your thoughts on this,” Mannarino said.

“Long Shot”

True crime meets Hollywood in this thrilling documentary. An innocent man is accused of murder, leading his attorney on a wild chase to confirm his alibi using raw footage from the TV show, “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” Even Larry David is a part of this story.

“This had my jaw on the floor and gives us an inside look at our justice system,” the PIX11 anchor said.

UPDATE: Mannarino spoke with Todd Melnik, the lawyer from the doc who helped clear the man wrongly accused of murder:

Don’t forget to email to for a chance to chat with Dan Mannarino about next month’s doc picks.


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