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Hillsong: Let Hope Rise

Hillsong: Let Hope Rise is a movie starring Michael Guy Chislett, Matt Crocker, and Adam Crosariol. A documentary on the Australia-based band Hillsong and their rise to prominence as an international church.

Running Time
1 hours 43 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Family, Music, Documentary
Michael John Warren
Michael Guy Chislett, Matt Crocker, Jonathon Douglass, Adam Crosariol
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A documentary on the Australia-based band Hillsong and their rise to prominence as an international church.

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Jonathan C.

I loved it. I didn't know that the film was going to be so hard and then the first 5 minutes of it. But I was intrigued. And it was a wonderful story. It really is a must see for anyone who loves a good inspirational film. It's almost like an inspirational movie. But you don't have to be an athlete or a performer to enjoy it. It's for everyone. I thought it was really cool how the director was able to keep it interesting and just like real life.

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Victoria A.

The main theme of the film is the belief in the existence of a vast cosmic presence that is present in the universe. The movie focuses on the belief that God exists and uses the "Big Bang" theory to explain how and why he could be there, including the question of the universe expanding. The movie also discusses the ways in which the "Big Bang" theory came to be, and the tremendous evidence that has been found in the form of cosmic rays, dark energy, and radioactivity. Although the movie does not go into the reasons for this theory, it does contain a lot of scientific facts, both in relation to the theory and the evidence found in the form of evidence. As such, this movie is a must see for anyone who wants to learn more about this theory, or who has doubts about God's existence.

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Timothy Gutierrez

I grew up with the man himself, but never knew much about him. His life and work was so vibrant, that I grew up wanting to know more about him. I'm glad that my curiosity got the best of me, and I watched this documentary about Hill's life. I have to say that this is definitely one of the most heartwarming and inspiring documentaries I have ever seen. It has such an interesting and interesting story, with so many characters that I'm still going to be talking about it for a long time. There are some really deep stories told about Hill's life that you can't find in other documentaries. I'm still shocked by some of the things he said about his love for his children, especially his daughters. I'm not sure if his words were real or not, but they were all very real and they really hit home with me. Another interesting thing about the documentary was the way that it was filmed. There were some shots that were really good and some that were just as I'd expect from the real story, but there were also some scenes that were really poorly shot, that really just didn't look right. I'd imagine it was from time constraints, but it still made the film feel a little off. I'm not sure if that was from budget or from trying to be realistic, but that really didn't help either. I'm not sure if the scenes were all too short or if the camera was too shaky, but the one scene that I saw really left an impression on me. I'm still shocked at some of the things that Hill said about the homeless and the people who were more than willing to help him. I think the film does a great job showing how a person with a heart and love for his children can get into such deep grief over losing them. The movie is narrated by several of the people who knew Hill, and it really shows how they were able to be as supportive as they could have been to Hill. This film really hits home with me, because it's such a beautiful story. It also has a great message about not judging a book by its cover. I have a lot of questions about Hill's life and his feelings toward his children, especially the one who was raised by Hill. I'm sure he was proud of what he was able to accomplish, and it's sad to see how his life went down because of the choice he made, but at the same time, it's sad that his life was cut short because of a decision he made. I'm going to be asking for a copy of this documentary because I've been meaning to get it and I'm glad that I got the chance to see it.

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The documentary, Hillsong: Let Hope Rise, takes a look at the legacy of the brilliant and much loved singer, Bill Ward. This film is a great story about the life of a man who was a true legend. Bill Ward has truly left a lasting impact on music history. It's great to see a documentary on his life, and the man himself, to make the story more realistic. It's also good to see Bill Ward's personal side. He talks about the highs and lows of his life, and how he dealt with it. It's also a good look at his relationship with his family. You can really feel the love and love that he has for them. We also get to see some of his music and hear some of his most popular songs, and see his amazing style. In the documentary, Bill Ward does a fantastic job, of telling his own story. He talks about what made him great and his belief that he was meant to be great. We also learn about his family, and his struggles with cancer. It's really great to see how a man with such talent could go through such a tragedy. He's one of the greatest vocalists and songwriters of all time, and he's one of the greatest artists of all time. It's nice to see him back on stage, and we get to hear some of his best songs. Overall, this documentary is a great story of a legend. It's really nice to see a look at his life, and see how his fans were inspired by his music. It's a great look into a legend, and the man himself.

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After viewing this documentary I really enjoyed it and had my doubts about it. My doubts were cleared up after viewing it. It is a great film, and makes you think. It is well done, and the majority of the messages in the film are accurate. You can find yourself in different situations, and at different stages of life. It is interesting, thought provoking, and really shows that nothing is certain. It is a great film, and should be viewed by anyone who cares about life. It is a must see for anyone who is curious about the nature of life. It is well worth it.

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Margaret A.

I have been a fan of Mike Duffy for years and am saddened to see his tragic loss. I am also saddened to see how the national media and social media have handled his death. I am pleased to see so many people reaching out to Mike's family to express their condolences. I hope Mike's family can receive this support. Everyone in Canada and across the world is hurting and asking themselves, "What can we do?" Mike's son and daughter are so full of life. They are still looking for answers and inspiration from their dad and don't need words to express how they are feeling. They have a big smile on their faces and they want to tell everyone how much they appreciate their dad's efforts in helping their brother and him. In addition to the videos being shared, a tribute concert is being organized for Mike's nephew and his brother in Oklahoma. This event is scheduled to be held in Edmonton on April 9, 2018. The concert will be a celebration of the life and accomplishments of Mike Duffy and will be a tribute to all his friends and family. The show will be performed by the top musicians in the industry and will be hosted by Mike Duffy himself. The concert will feature the music of Tony Perkins, SZA, Tame Impala, and more. In addition to performing, the show will include some Q&A sessions with all of the musicians. This concert will be sold out and tickets are going fast. The concert will be held at the new Avenue Music Centre and will be shown in select theaters across Canada. Tickets are available at or by calling 1-855-297-7373. You can also purchase tickets at the venue itself through the venue's website. Please support the concert and the family's efforts to make sure this tribute concert is successful.

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Evelyn Dixon

This documentary features the story of Hill's love for rock music, her life before she was a star, and her role as a "baddie" on the Air America radio station. The woman who I am sure is the inspiration for this documentary is Lisa Hill, a good friend of the woman in the documentary. Lisa Hill was one of those actors who was highly successful at one time, and then just went down hill. This documentary provides insight into the decline of Hill's career. The film gives a lot of insights into the history of the rock music industry, and how this influenced the industry. The two "stars" interviewed in this film were Hill and Dave Grohl. Dave Grohl was a "monster" in the late 1980's, and was one of the producers of the "Soundgarden" album, "Gum." Dave Grohl was also a "baddie" on the "Air America" radio station, and Dave Grohl was also the producer of the "Wizzard" album, "Tubular Bells." This documentary includes the insights of these two "star" producers. It also features interviews with other "baddies" such as Roger Taylor, Lou Barlow, and Dave Mustaine. This documentary is very informative, and shows what a "baddie" was and how hard they had to work to get to where they were. I strongly recommend this documentary for anyone who loves music and wants to know more about the rock music industry. Overall, this documentary is well worth seeing.

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I was fortunate enough to catch this film at the Sundance Film Festival and enjoyed it immensely. I was surprised to see the title and was led to believe it was about the future of music. However, the story is not about music, but rather about a girl who's aspirations are to be a musician. The film centers on the journey of this girl, trying to find the courage to pursue her dreams. I'm sure I would not have liked it as much as I did had I known the title of the film. I had read reviews that said that the film is a concert documentary and not about the music industry. I did not have this knowledge prior to the film and it is unfortunate that people didn't receive this information. If you are interested in the music industry and want to learn more about the journey of a young woman, I recommend this film.

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Janet Parker

The film is a wonderful look at an organization that has provided people with an alternative to what they are currently receiving in the mental health system. Unfortunately, there is a lot of misunderstanding around mental illness and this film provides a lot of background and some amazing stories. Many of the main actors are very well known in the media. A lot of people may feel there is a bias towards them due to their fame or their prominence in the industry. I hope the film will open people's eyes to a different view of mental health issues and will help people get over the misconceptions. This film is a must see for anyone who wants to get involved and help. I encourage everyone to go see it!

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Denise Day

I have been following this fascinating story for years. This is a first for me. It is not a love story. It is about the beauty of God and the natural way he makes people's lives complete. This is not a person who is only good or bad. This is not a person who is only sad or happy. It is about something much more profound than either of those. It is about beauty, grace, and being part of something bigger than yourself. As long as you are in the spirit, this film will be a very worthwhile experience. This is a man of God. His life is one of power, and that power is measured not in dollars but in the spiritual life of each one of us. It is a beautiful life. It is a beautiful story. It is beautiful.

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For a minute I thought this was a documentary, but it was more of a concert. Hillsong is a very Americanized movement. And the Americanization can be confusing. I loved how they talked about how our country is moving away from God, and God is telling us we should be the ones that define what it means to be American. The performance is very good, but the story behind the music is amazing. The story is about a mother's experience with her daughter's cancer, and a family coming together to keep their daughter's spirit alive. It was touching, and very true. The subject matter was really touching, and there are so many stories that are relevant today. I highly recommend this film, as well as the documentary, Hillsong: Let Hope Rise.

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I saw this movie when it was first released. I was a bit skeptical because I thought it was an expensive production with poor acting. My concerns were unfounded. The acting is great. They show real people who have not been taken out of their natural environments. They are so genuine. There is not one negative note. I feel that it is well worth your time to see this movie. It is definitely a movie that you will enjoy.

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I'm going to be honest. I went into this film thinking it was going to be a mediocre documentary, and I wasn't wrong. The story was a little more hard hitting than I was expecting, and some of the interviews were downright uncomfortable, but overall, it was very interesting. I didn't feel the need to watch it multiple times just because of the subject matter, and I am now sure that I will not go back and see the original "Hillsong" film. The problem I had with the movie was the ending, and the fact that it was a complete disservice to the work of Don Livingston, who made the "Hillsong" film, to have him just completely leave the story alone. If he wanted to share his story, then it should be told. I was very surprised that the "Hillsong" story was not told in a more powerful way, and I am very curious as to what will happen to it after this movie is released. I hope it doesn't remain the dark story of a man's personal life, that is all I could think of while watching the film. The only other reviewer I'm aware of who has seen the movie agreed with me that the ending was a bit too abrupt. If Don Livingston was telling the story of his life from a different perspective, I think it could have been more powerful. In any case, I'm still not sure what to make of the film.

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Frank Boyd

Greetings again from the darkness. For the first time, the music and the sound quality is a point of pride for Hillsong. Director Ian Smithers, a music and sound engineer, shares with us the inside story behind the band's massive success, the large media coverage, and the struggles they had to overcome to have a chance at success. We see the struggles and triumphs of these musicians in their own words, and see how they pushed each other to achieve their goals. We also see how the songs they wrote came out on the album, the reactions and feedback from the fans, and the attempt to get their music out to the masses. We see how much love, effort, and teamwork the band had to put in. We see how much their songs had to live up to the expectations of the fans. We see how it all came together to create one of the most successful albums ever recorded. We see the emotional, physical, and mental anguish the band went through during the recording process. We see the incredible lengths these musicians went to do their best. And, we see how some of them returned to the studio every day, night, and weekend to create their new album. The band members are very honest, and it's very inspiring to see their passion for music, and their dedication to their craft. I hope you enjoy the film as much as I did. Hillsong, lets do it again.

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Ryan Warren

I really loved this movie. I hope to see it again soon. The music and background score, the well-filmed and especially the photography is perfect. I know a lot of people are just giving it low ratings, but I think it's great. I would love to see it on DVD. I think it deserves to be seen by everyone. It's a little bit scary at times, but that's what makes it so great. It is a story about how God's love and support is in everything that we have and how we need to show it to others. The themes that are being brought up are just amazing. The people being involved in the film are extremely generous and the response to the film is incredible. A little message that's all you need to know about a person who has your spirit, who's always been there for you. I really hope this film is a big success, and I hope people find it. We need more people like that. I would recommend it to everyone, and I hope it becomes a big success.

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Kelly B.

I think this is a must see. It's not an action packed movie, and the story of it is not a happy one. But it is a wonderful and inspiring one, and I can't find any fault with it. And for those who want to know more about the spirituality of Hillsong it's a must see. I hope this film does well. As far as I am concerned I am ready for more of their work.

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Ann W.

It is nice to see a movie that isn't promoting hatred towards Muslims or people of other religions. This movie is meant to be a tribute to the kindness and humanity of people all around the world. In my humble opinion, it is not so much about a person's religion or faith, but more about the human spirit and the way we are all connected.

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The film was pretty good. The music is a big part of it, and the cinematography was also quite good. This film was the best part of the Sundance film festival, and I am looking forward to seeing the director's next project, with some of his other award-winning films. This film was very entertaining and makes me feel good about the world around me. I think that this film should be released to the public. In many places, it is illegal to own a video camera without a permit, which is a shame, because I think that there is a lot of potential in this film. The people who made the film deserve an Oscar. I think that there is a lot of potential for a documentary on the destruction of nature. I hope that they will do the movie. And of course, this film would not be as good if it were not for the music.

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Many people are surprised that I rate this film so high. I'm not one of them. I don't think that the film is about music. It's about family and heartbreak. If you have a family member who is deaf, this movie will show you a side of them that you would never see. You will understand the pain that people with hearing loss experience. A father of a deaf daughter goes through this emotional and spiritual journey. He shows the pain, joy and sadness of family members who cannot hear. In my opinion, this is a great movie for any family member who is affected by the loss of hearing. I give it a 10/10.

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This is not a documentary, but a live performance. It is a musical performance, and it is fascinating, lively and real. The DVD contains an interview with director Peter Bergen, and a great DVD-ROM containing the movie and its music. I first saw this movie when I was 17, and I still enjoy it. I recommend this movie to anyone who likes music, film or just to see great performances of classical music. I give this film a 9 out of 10.

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Willie Gray

Well i'm a bit surprised with all the negative reviews, i am a bit biased, as my brother is the coach of the team, and even if this wasnt for the reasons described in the other reviews, i am sure there is a lot of ill informed people who agree with all the things said in the other reviews. I guess a lot of people are just too busy looking for the answers to all the problems they are having, or just looking for the wrong answers. I have not ever witnessed an athlete take their gear off, but this does happen. And if they had to change jerseys or anything in the gym, they would. So i guess all the reviews are quite valid, but if you have an athlete with a disability who is struggling to get enough rest or to do any work, or if your athlete has a serious health issue, watch this film, it is a great and eye opening film, and your athlete will appreciate the film and you will learn more about the problems your athlete has. Thank you for reading this.