Inspired by the real-life Dr. John Harvey Kellogg and his Sanitarium, the film follows those desperately seeking health and happiness by sometimes the most eccentric of means.
With Neil Armstrong as the focus, the years leading up to the first moon landing are depicted.
Multiple colorful characters vie for power in the vacuum left by Stalin's sudden death.
The lives of the mythologized Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are portrayed, along with the many colorful people of their real family and government.
Applying a conspiratorial interpretation of an actual unsolved mystery, the infamous murders of Jack the Ripper are portrayed and investigated.
In this highly Churchill-centric retelling of historical events, the British government desperately works to find a way to deal with Europe quickly falling to the nazis, and how to save the bulk of their army at Dunkirk.
A biographical TV film about the creation of Doctor Who, and William Hartnell as the First Doctor (the original, you might say).
The Pentagon Papers detailing the lies and political manipulations surrounding the Vietnam War are leaked to the press, and the New York Times and ultimately the Washington Post spearhead the reporting of the classified documents.
Tim Burton memorializes real life cult filmmaker Edward D. Wood Jr., along with his cast of eccentric regulars.