One of the more underrated gems of the past ten years of documentaries is a film called "The King of Kong," wherein real life hero Steve Wiebe wrestles over control of the all-time high score in Donkey Kong with real life
creepster nemesis Billy Mitchell. If you haven't seen it, check it out and join us in loving/loathing strangers for their video game skills.
In the meantime, with a tip of the hat to our homies at movies.com, there's a faux documentary out there paying homage to "The King of Kong" and "Wreck-It Ralph," called "Wreck-It Ralph Presents 'Garlan Hulse: Where Potential Lives,'" whose 28-minute run time serves as a nice contrast with its War and Peace-esque title. Indeed, "Garlan Hulse" follows the same basic plot points as "The King of Kong" — grown men playing video games, a hero and a nemesis, questionable hygiene, etc. — only with, of course, Fix-It Felix Jr. subbing in for Donkey Kong.
Enjoy, and long live Wiebe.