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McQueen

McQueen is a movie starring Bernard Arnault, Joseph Bennett, and Detmar Blow. The life and career of fashion designer Lee Alexander McQueen: from his start as a tailor, to launching and overseeing his eponymous line and his untimely...

Other Titles
Alexander McQueen, Alexander McQueen - Il genio della moda, マックイーン モードの反逆児, McQueen, modets enfent terrible, Alexander McQueen - Der Film, McQueen: Muodin kauhukakara, 時尚鬼才:McQueen
Running Time
1 hours 51 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Biography
Director
Peter Ettedgui, Ian Bonhôte
Writer
Peter Ettedgui
Actors
Joseph Bennett, Detmar Blow, Isabella Blow, Bernard Arnault
Country
UK
Year
2018
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

デビッド・ボウイやレディー・ガガといったアーティストをはじめ、キャサリン妃にも愛されたファッションデザイナー、アレキサンダー・マックイーンのドラマティックな生涯を追ったドキュメンタリー。1969年にロンドンの労働者階級に生まれ、23歳で失業保険を資金にファッションデザイナーとしてデビューしたマックイーンは、27歳の若さでジバンシィのデザイナーに大抜擢される。自身のブランドで展開した過激なショーから「モードの反逆児」と呼ばれる一方、ボウイやガガなどの衣装、ビョークのMV監督、プーマやティム・バートンとのコラボなど精力的に活動を展開し、34歳で大英帝国勲章を授与される。しかし、成功の絶頂の中で2010年に40歳の若さで自ら命を断ってしまう。マックイーンの波乱に満ちた人生を友人や家族たちのインタビュー、発掘されたファッションアーカイブなどから迫っていく。マックイーンの友人でもあったマイケル・ナイマンが音楽を担当。

Comments about documentary «McQueen» (117)

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Carl Lane

I watched this film with my wife and daughter, who are both gay. We found it very interesting, as we were all used to the constant portrayal of gay people in movies, and as a result, never really got the chance to really examine the gay community. But we were all very surprised to see the many and varied stories that were told. It was very interesting to hear the stories of the people who were involved in the film, and how they were affected by the film. One of the most moving stories was that of the man who had his brain removed, after being sexually abused as a child. His story was so sad and emotional, it was almost worth the price of the movie alone. The other story was that of a man who was adopted by a lesbian couple, and the lesbian couple's story was also very sad and emotional. There were many more stories that I would have liked to have heard, but unfortunately, there were none. I would have liked to have heard more about the people who were not in the film, and the people who were in the film, but unfortunately, there were none. So, overall, it was a good film. But it was very different from what I expected.

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Victoria Morrison

This documentary was very interesting and informative. The story of the two main actors is told in a very interesting way, and it's clear that both of them have been very inspired by the movie "Life is Beautiful", which was made by the same director. I really enjoyed this movie, and I would recommend it to anyone who likes documentaries, especially to those who are interested in "life is beautiful".

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Jerry A.

After my reading of the book, I was eager to see how the movie would be interpreted. A friend who I had read the book with told me that it would be an "illusion", and a few days later I was quite surprised when I went into the movie theater. I was expecting some self-indulgence or an attempt to show how oppressed they were. I was not wrong. However, it was still a great film. I especially liked the part about the elevator with the books. I really enjoyed the way the film did not portray the families as perfect and was actually quite disturbing. It shows how incredibly small of a part the children are in their lives, yet how important they are to each other. I also really liked the movie's ending, which I would not have expected, even though it is almost a new ending. This is definitely a film you should see. I think it is worth watching on a couple of occasions. It really is an entertaining film with a great message.

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Donna Edwards

The main reason that I wanted to watch this was because I am a fan of Bollywood. And this documentary does not disappoint. I love both Indian and Hollywood films. I have seen plenty of them and I like most of the Hindi films too. But this film is a must watch for every Indian. This film is about a great actor named Shoaib Mansoor who lost his job because of a mistake in the background check. When he was working in the US he was in the US for the longest time and he lost his job. Now he is trying to get his job back because of the accident which happened in the background check. If you are an Indian then you will like the film. This film is about the struggle of an actor. This is not the way a real person is. But the struggles of an actor is very real. You can not avoid the pain of a great actor. I did not see this film at the theater. I watched it on video and I recommend this movie to everyone who likes Bollywood. I really recommend that everyone is able to see this film. It is one of the best films that I have ever seen.

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Walter F.

There is a lack of accurate character studies and character analysis. The way that film is edited, with transitions to other scenes and people that are not even characters, is atrocious. It is hard to get into a film and not get confused with who these people are. This is a great documentary, but it needs to be edited. It was like the director was filming a documentary and adding the rest of the scenes. It was really a mess and there was no real time flow. It just went in and out of scenes and people. Some great stuff was in there and it was really intense, but it was also a mess. There were a lot of problems with the editing and scenes that were not even related to the subjects or the main characters. You could tell a lot of people were in this film and there were a lot of characters. There was no character study and the film was really hard to watch because of the bad editing. You would think it would be a documentary but it was not a documentary. The editing was horrible and this film should not have been made. It is a bad film. A really bad film. I would not recommend this film at all. It is not a good film and it should not have been made. There is nothing good about this film. It is a mess. I will not recommend this film. It is a really bad film. I really want to give it a good review, but the editing was so bad, that I can't. The film is a mess.

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Ryan C.

What a great movie. I am so glad I saw it. I was surprised how much it affected me. I hope to see it again soon. It is the ultimate education on what happens when you walk into a drug world. I learned a lot and I will never look at drugs the same way again. Great story, great acting, and a great message. I really can't say enough good things about it. I can't wait to see it again. It was awesome.

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Ryan Wallace

I remember when I first saw this documentary, it was shown at my school. After seeing the documentary for the first time, I wanted to see it again. The documentary is very well made and is worth watching again and again. It is an inside look into a famous story and is much more than a documentary, but what else do you need in order to understand the story? I am glad to have seen this documentary and am hoping that it will be shown again. The story of Roy Orbison, is one that everyone should see.

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Donna Alexander

This documentary is a very strong and extremely realistic depiction of a world we have never been able to fully comprehend. I would not call this a documentary but rather a documentary. The story is not one of a happy couple. It is not about drug abuse. It is not about the war. It is about the drug abuse and the psychological state of the parents of these kids. It is about the drugs and the mental state of the children. It is about the mentality of the people. It is about the difference between a friend and a drug abuser. It is about the few parents who are out there trying to help their kids and are doing a job. It is about the drug abuse itself. It is about the drugs, the drug abuse and the lack of support. The documentary is extremely well done. It is filled with interviews and footage that is very important for understanding the subject matter. It is filled with beautiful images and great narration. It is filled with incredible interviews. It is filled with a few moments that are just fantastic. The documentary is very informative and makes you wonder about the world you live in. It is very interesting, well researched, well written and very well done. It is very informative and very well done.

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Ashley May

Kefauver was a male client of the famed D.A. House in St. Louis. During his investigation into the death of JFK, he makes the following comments and accusations: that the D.A. were negligent in handling Kennedy's autopsy (which is probably what he was doing), that the National Archives could not answer certain questions raised by the D.A. and that a book entitled The Devil's Triangle, which was written by D.A. Office employee Bob Haldeman, caused him to take his investigation to a higher level. He is eventually attacked by D.A. House employee Lewis "Mike" Kefauver. Kefauver is in charge of the D.A.'s correspondence with the President's widow, Jacqueline Kennedy, and is killed by a car bomb in Texas. He knew what the D.A. wanted, and he was killed to cover his tracks. He also had information that he couldn't keep secret and that was known by the D.A. and vice versa. There's more, but I think you get the idea. The film doesn't go into any more depth than what we already know, so I will just conclude by saying that Kefauver had the highest level of security for the D.A. and that he knew something that the D.A. didn't know and that he would have been investigated by both the D.A. and the FBI. There's nothing that this movie does not tell you and it gives you a nice summary of the story. It's a great piece of research, as I've always been fond of Kefauver, and a very interesting film, that will keep you entertained for a long time.

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Alice

This documentary has the power to change the way we think about corporations and their contributions to society. As a reader of the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, I was deeply affected by the film. The film talks about how the power of money and media magnifies the role of the media, giving prominence to the viewpoints of the corporations and industries they are representing. As the filmmaker has shown in the film, the impact of money on the way the media presents certain stories and facts are staggering. The film also shows how the media is sometimes even able to sway the news to give more prominence to the corporations that are representing them. It is also important to note that this does not apply only to newspapers or the news media. Companies like Coca Cola, General Motors, Coca-Cola and Wal-Mart have also been featured in the film. These companies are part of a very large sector of the economy, making billions of dollars each year. It is also important to note that the documentary has been criticized as being biased. However, in my opinion this is unfair because the film does not try to show only a biased view of corporations and their influence on the public. Rather, it looks at how these corporations influence the news, how they have influence on governments and what their impact is on our society. These corporations not only influence the public, but also affect the society they are representing. The way the film is made is great because it does not hide its agenda. It clearly shows the ways that the corporations are able to influence the media and how this can be very damaging. Furthermore, the documentary does not try to attack the opinions of individuals who disagree with the corporations. Instead, the film shows the opinions of individuals who do not agree with the corporations, but still try to use their opinions in their reporting. Lastly, the documentary does not try to show only the negative effects of these corporations. It also shows how these corporations are able to change society through lobbying. It also shows how these corporations are able to sway the government to make changes that would benefit the corporations. Overall, I thought the documentary was a great piece of work. I would recommend it to anyone. The film was great, and I am so glad that it was made because I think it was really good and I was really surprised at the good that it was able to do.

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Bryan

This is a documentary about the life of Guy Pearce. It's not just about the actor's life, but his family, and how his parents divorced when he was very young, which was a bad sign for him as an actor. Pearce was in The Matrix, which was a major hit at the time. After that, he was a pretty mediocre actor, but nothing remarkable. One of his biggest fans, Steve C's daughter, Julie, tries to get Pearce in the limelight, and it's not a bad idea. Pearce doesn't disappoint. The documentary shows the problems he had with his mother, and what it did to his career. He also talks about his time in Vietnam. One of his films, the sitcom from the 80's, is really good. Pearce really gets into it. But, this documentary, with an excellent performance by Pearce, makes it worthwhile. This documentary isn't a definitive biographical piece, but it does a good job. Not as good as a lot of documentaries, but worth watching.

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Brian Carpenter

Spoilers ahead. As a child I was fascinated by the story of Robert E. Lee. I grew up around the Confederate States of America and loved the great stories of their soldiers. As a young man, I took my father to the first great battle of the Civil War. He then saw me see the movie version of it, and I was fascinated. I did not want to see the Civil War in the movie; I wanted to see it in the book. I believe that this movie does a great job of telling the story of Robert E. Lee's struggle to become the first chief executive of the Confederacy. I believe that it is a great movie for all audiences. It tells the story of a man's life from birth, to death. It also tells the story of the downfall of the Confederacy, from its founding in 1861 through its eventual defeat. I believe that it is a great movie for people of all ages and all backgrounds. I think that the movie is a very good way to educate young people about the Civil War, and the history of the Confederacy. The movie is an excellent introduction to the Civil War, and the history of the United States. I believe that this movie is a good way to introduce a younger generation to the Civil War.

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Sandra D.

These films are intriguing because of the information they give us about the lives of ordinary people in one place. As viewers, we are there with them as they embark on their journeys in search of meaning. The film in this case is a portrait of a couple that moves to England from New Zealand to find their way in the world. It is a well written film that gives the viewer a fascinating view of this country. I particularly liked the images of the beautiful and unique country. But the film is also about life and death in that country. The film tells a story of a couple that have a similar culture and experience to our own, but are experiencing their own reality. While they find their own meaning in life, some things never change. One example is that it's easy to be distracted by the things that aren't important in their lives. I thought it was interesting that they had to constantly remind themselves that they were doing this film. While they are living a "normal" life in New Zealand, they are still constantly reminded that they are "different" and they "need to be different". For example, they were asked to speak a few sentences about a complex concept and the camera lingered on their facial expressions. There were also long shots that were too long for the information they were trying to convey, but the film didn't take that away from the film. This is an interesting film. I will give it a rating of 7 out of 10.

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Jeffrey B.

For those who like to watch documentaries about the weather, this one is a must see. You get to see how the air conditioning in the 50's was the best we've ever had, and you also see how our air conditioning went down the tubes. But more importantly you get to see the effect the air conditioning had on our society, especially on people who were uncomfortable with their own bodies. This documentary shows that even though we've got plenty of air conditioning, we still have a lot to work on in our health and hygiene. All of the science behind the methods of air conditioning, and how it is supposed to work, is pretty hard to find on the internet. The way we've been treated in this country has been pretty shameful. There are some pretty disturbing things in this documentary, like how in the early years of the 20th century, scientists told the public that cigarettes were bad for you, but they still were. We still don't know why, but it's clear that the tobacco companies lied to us, and we still suffer the consequences. This documentary is the most compelling and powerful documentary I have ever seen about air conditioning. It's easy to watch, but you must really think about what you're doing, and what your feelings are about the environment and air conditioning. Don't just watch it for the visuals. You have to think about how this affects you. You must think about your health, and about the future. You must think about what we could do about air conditioning, and about what we could do to make this world a little bit cleaner.

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John Pearson

When you're looking for a great overview of the effects of violence on children and teens in the world, you should always go to a documentary. To be honest, I really wasn't looking for a documentary at all. I've been around in the world for quite a while and know enough people to do some basic research and find out what their life is like. I got this DVD because my wife loves to read and likes documentaries so she bought it. What a waste of money! It had all the cliches of a good documentary, none of the information you really need to know for yourself. We were supposed to learn about how women are raped and even the punishment. Yet it only showed one single person being punished for something she didn't do. The pictures and videos were pretty good and the experience of watching this DVD wasn't bad. The biggest mistake they made was the idea of showing only one person. There is too much evidence to show that. That alone would have given a better documentary. Overall, this was a terrible documentary for me, and I'm a very open minded person. The only thing I really didn't like about this DVD was that it could have shown more information on violence in the world. That was all the information I really wanted to know about. It was pretty sad that they wanted to show only one person being punished for something that she didn't do. It was also sad that they didn't show the reason why they took the woman in prison. I know that it wasn't for her, but it wasn't really shown. They did mention that she had a history of domestic abuse but I think they could have added something about her history or given more information to show why she was in prison and what happened to her. It would have been better to show that her abuser was trying to use her as a tool to get out of prison. All in all, it was a terrible documentary and a waste of my money.

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Susan

If you enjoy looking at the human psyche as an object, then this documentary is for you. It shows the United States, once a great country, a little to fall off its pedestal. It presents the very best footage of how the U.S. government lost its way, the propaganda against Cuba, how racism has been replaced with class division, and how the AIDS crisis is a part of the human psyche. In fact, I'm sure, you have no choice but to get an explanation of what the HIV virus is and how it works. The essence of the film is that the United States and the Soviet Union were the two great powers of the world, now the Soviet Union is dying. In the midst of this sad situation, the documentary presents the human condition, the human psyche. It's sad to see how far we have to go and how far we have to go, but the human nature is never going to change.

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Howard Ramos

I just watched this documentary today and I have to say, that it's been two days since I watched it and I still have no idea why this movie won so many awards and to this day, I have no idea why this movie was so successful. This documentary is about a man named George Althaus who, since the early 1980's, has become an expert on audio equipment. During his time with the big leagues, Althaus, the lead engineer for the last two World Series of baseball, has developed the same types of equipment as the ones used in the movie and he has been building it for the last 20 years. What's really interesting about this movie is that it is not an explanation of his background or how he got the equipment, but it is an overview of what he has done in his career. This is not your ordinary documentary that tells you how a person got the equipment, but a documentary about the equipment itself. To me, the two things that makes this movie so good is that it's very informative, and it's fun. I personally like the fact that this documentary has no ending, it doesn't make you wait for an explanation of what he did or where he got the equipment from, but rather it shows you how George Althaus, the man, is different from most people. This is a great documentary that I would recommend to anyone who loves baseball or who wants to know more about how to get the equipment.

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Raymond

One of the more controversial, most well-known works of David Bowie was given an Oscar nod for the song "Young Americans" in 1975. After the film, Bowie, of course, tried to get the song to the top of the charts again, and was given the opportunity to perform "Young Americans" on stage at the All Tomorrow's Parties festival. Unfortunately, this performance was cancelled due to bad weather, and Bowie had to perform in a small indoor theater. This documentary follows the journey Bowie and his producer Brian Slade went through to get the rights to the song, how the song went from a no-budget production to a massive hit and how it was used in an episode of the TV series 'Skins'. Bowie was still considered a rock star, but it was a much different persona than the one he had before, and Slade had to do whatever it took to get the song to the top of the charts. In the end, Bowie is given a standing ovation for his performance and a classic moment in American history. Bowie's performance was a success and he is probably the only performer of that era to receive a standing ovation.

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Danielle

This is a very well made documentary. The director, James Marsh, was very good at covering the major points of the story, as well as the small details. This is the first film that I have seen that I could relate to. I had been a prisoner in a Canadian prison, and it was great to see how the Canadian prison system works. I had also been in a U.S. prison, and I was interested in the ways in which the U.S. prison system is different from Canada. The way that they treated the inmates, and how they interacted with the guards, was different from the Canadian system. I also liked the fact that they showed the Canadian prison system in a different light, which is important because the U.S. system is not as bad as it is portrayed in the film. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the Canadian prison system. This film does a good job of showing the Canadian prison system in a positive light.

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Betty Estrada

I've seen the documentary in 2011 and, while the film is very much a work of art, it has a rather depressing tone, especially when you consider the number of those who've died. It's a shame that it can be hard to find anything worthwhile about the disaster. Maybe the most important thing is that people everywhere need to see this film and consider how lucky they are to be alive. The movie is not great, but it's a good start for people to talk about the disaster.

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John

The most interesting part of this documentary is when the narrator explains the evolution of the character, the various roles he played and his interactions with other people. What I really enjoyed about this documentary was how it shows the complexities of the way the story is told. The narration, the interviews, the drawings, the music, the music, the music. It all seems so interesting, almost every scene is a unique experience. The movie ends with the narration saying that there is still a lot of work to be done, and it makes me want to see more of the story. The only thing that bothers me about this documentary is that it seems like it's a very well edited documentary, but it's also a very short documentary. It could have been much longer and I would have liked to see more of the story. I don't think that this documentary is as good as "The Royal Tenenbaums", but it is still a very interesting and interesting documentary.

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Willie D.

The first time I watched this film, I couldn't get it out of my mind. But the more I watched, the more I realized how profound this film was. It spoke about the issues of the life in the prison system and how they affect the people who are there. While it wasn't all a reality of the guards and prison administration, it did show how the people in the system feel when they're told to "turn a page." If you're going to see this film, make sure you see it in the original dubbed version. It doesn't have any of the elements that made it such a powerful film. If you can watch this film in the original dubbed version, then you'll understand the story and you'll also understand why it's so powerful. I hope that this film inspires people to help those in prison. I'm not saying to get rid of prison system, but to help people. I'm not saying to help everyone of them. But I do think it's a must to give something back to the people that live in the prison system.

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Lauren

The second documentary on the film Lionheart, this one from the director himself. The film's trailer, however, does not show his opinion. We do see him say it, however. The film is a very hard-hitting documentary, not at all a "light-hearted" documentary, but one that deals with the troubled nature of the WWII hero. We hear about his wild rambling, some of his adult days, and his most personal issues. He even says that the film was autobiographical in some way. The film has its weak points. The film doesn't give enough time to address the more negative aspects of the film's production and distribution. We see no indication that the producers were trying to pass off the film as a comedy or a drama. Most of the film is dominated by the old-school footage of the king's escapades. Some of the younger actors were not the best in their performances, but even they are not shown that much. The documentary is not without its positive points, however. Much of the narration is focused on the people, and we see how much they value the film's production. The documentary is very much in the spirit of the original, but does not attempt to do anything that it did not do in the original. There is one interesting piece of footage that is included, however, that was a major plot element in the original, and it was not shown in the documentary. However, the documentary is not without its problems. A lot of the events are based on things that were likely not true. There is also a lot of redaction of interviews, which makes the narration of the film less accessible. It was a mistake to do this, however, because it did not make the film more memorable. There are some strong points that are not shown in the documentary, such as the fight between the actor and his sister. The narration is very brief, however, and we only hear the actor talk about it. There is also some unscripted footage, and this was not good. We did not hear him talk about this part of his life. I am not sure why they chose to do this, because the film was extremely brutal, and the fight was very brutal. We did hear about it, however. The other great points of the documentary are the interviews with the actors. We see them talking about their experiences, and we hear about the issues that were important to them. It was an interesting experience. We see a lot of personal aspects of the film, such as the difficulties the actor had dealing with the Nazi-crimes that he experienced in his youth. We also see some of the artistic side of the film, and how it was portrayed in some ways. Some of the scenes are very strong, and made me almost physically ill. We hear the story of how the actor came to be in the film, and we hear the story of how the director decided to bring it to fruition. We hear the personal reasons of the actors that motivated them to be in the film. The one major criticism that is made in this documentary is that the film was edited. This was a minor complaint, and one that was made by the director himself. The editing is all here, from the soundtrack to the narration, and this made the film very easy to follow. Some of the editing may have been intentional, but not for the sake of it. The editing is here, and the editing does not bother the viewer, because the story is told in an almost documentary-like way. If you enjoy films like Saving Private Ryan or "Saving Private Ryan," then this documentary is definitely for you. But, if you are looking for something else, then this documentary is not for you.

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Ashley S.

I was really looking forward to seeing this documentary, but the main thing that took me out of the film was the two interviews with Vybz Kartel, one of the most respected film critics of his generation, and Bill Condon, the director of the most popular film of the year, Jurassic Park. I don't understand why they would want to say these things to each other and not have the two of them talk directly about the film and discuss it's performance. It would have been much better. In summary, the film is a good one, if you just look at the other reviews and don't look too much into the negative reviews. But if you really think about the film and the film's critics, you will find it to be a very underrated film. 7/10

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Donna Cook

This movie is very well done and interesting. The film tells the story of "Iris" as it was originally known. The title itself refers to the type of eye that Iris had. And the film also goes into the psychology behind the "eye of God" phenomenon. I think that it is a great movie and it is definitely worth seeing.

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Christine P.

I had the privilege to see this film at the Sundance Film Festival. And although I'm not exactly a fan of the film, I loved it! The audience laughed, the audience cheered, and the audience was moved. This film is a must see for anyone who enjoys a good documentary. It is a powerful film and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys documentaries. I hope you enjoy this film as much as I did. See it. I highly recommend it.

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Dennis E.

Being in a choir myself I was able to watch this film. I would say it was more of a documentary film than a documentary about the music of the early decades of the 20th century. What struck me about this film was how deep the pain that these men had to deal with was. I think it was definitely the 'Man' - the men who went through this, who had to be there - rather than the boys who were in the choir. That said, this film is well-done and has a very strong documentary feel to it. I can't say it was an easy film to watch. There were some very difficult scenes in this film that I think were very well acted. I think the acting was superb. But then again, we had to watch these men suffer to understand what they were going through. The performances are amazing and I'm really glad they were filmed. In all honesty, I think I'd recommend this film to a few of my friends who are going through the same thing I am. It's definitely a film I'd like to see again.

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Amanda

Once again, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences have scored themselves another check for having no discernible style or sensibility. Sometimes a film is absolutely essential and this is one of them. It is certainly a good film that seems to be on the verge of being something very special, but in my view it falls short of being anything approaching a "must see" and probably best ignored. Even though the film is essentially about the organization of the film industry it is also quite focused on the very core of the story. It is a tragic story but it is also a tale of a band of merry men trying to rescue a dying woman from an abusive husband and the disintegration of the American system of music production and distribution. It's a story of film making as well as of Hollywood, and the people involved in the film industry. The film opens with a section in which the two heroes are hired by a gentleman to set up a camera in the home of his sister's fiancee in order to give her a retrospective of her life. She is, in fact, the only member of the family with any love of music. The fiancee is a flamboyant woman who prances around the house in a long dress and sings in a mocking voice. Her husband has been away for a long time and she is desperate for a professional. The fiancee's father has become a formidable figure in the film industry and she is beginning to lose hope in life. The woman who is hired is a "pro" whose expertise is in the art of photo-editing films and managing sound. He is a film historian who apparently has no interest in the arts or in film at all. The man who hires the two men is a veteran film critic. He is fascinated by film and is not bothered by the fact that the men have to leave their usual professional lives behind and abandon their homes and families for the pleasure of the subject matter. He is dismissive of the men's love of the arts and their desire to save the film from commercial failure. He asks, "What is there about film that should be preserved? Why are there films worth saving?" He concludes his comments by saying, "If you're going to tell a story about film, you have to tell a good story." This is a really great example of the fear that the film industry has of it's customers. The "pros" are said to have a good deal of money and don't even think of losing it. This is how the film industry functions. Most of the films are obviously failures, but it is a good story that the people involved love. We hear how important film is and the film business is all about the art of film-making. It is just a business, but it is a good story that the people involved love. It is always difficult to find the film that matters. The question is, what is the story that matters? We see the play "The Picture of Dorian Gray" in which Dorian Gray has to live with the horrible fate of a rude doctor who has him repeatedly "purged" (lifted from his bed and given a potion that will remove his pain), and yet he still shows his anger and anger in spite of it all. The "pros" manage to make a fine film, but the story that matters is that Dorian Gray, being a man with no family and no love, must go through a terrible experience to escape a terrible fate. The story is that Dorian Gray must be saved from himself. He must overcome his pain. He must rise above his past. He must be his best. He must rise to the level of his brother. He must be the best film maker in the world. We are never told why he is supposed to have a story to tell, but we see that he has something that the film industry doesn't have. The story he has is a story of being a man with no friends, a man who has no family, a man who has no money, and no power. The film maker is his brother. His brother's story is the story of how he has succeeded at every level of the film industry. The story of his life is the story of his ability to make good films. His brother's story is the story of how he has been able to make the best films in the world. We see the brothers and their various ways to get the best out of the film. The brother of the film maker is always polite and gracious, but his brother is never just nice. He always makes the film and he always gets the best out of it. The

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Tyler

The basic story of the High Court of New South Wales was told brilliantly by Brian Pitt and Stephen Keir (TV series) in the film High Court. It was based on a series of reports produced by Roger Harcourt (as Elizabeth Lowndes) and other members of the Justice Department. The movie is of interest primarily because it describes the early stages of the court case and its outcome. The movie was not really relevant in 1877 because the defence won the case and the prosecution went to jail, so the court case would have been ruled against the prosecution. Nevertheless, the story of the high court case was interesting because it documents how the judiciary (high court) in 1877 acted as an independent tribunal of law. It also provides the evidence of the prosecution (the first trial) as they stated in the book The High Court Trial. The High Court cases at that time were much more a business than a court case. The main point of the film was the life of the judge and the subject of this court case. To give an idea of what a politician would have to go through to come to a conclusion. The documentary was very fascinating and I enjoyed the first half of it very much. However, the end of the film did not provide the same thrill as the beginning, the story was all too predictable. It had a good flow to it. The cast was very good. I enjoyed Kevin Spacey's performance as the judge and I thought he was very good. It is interesting that he had a legal career but now he is the judge in a film that deals with his life in law. He gave an excellent performance. On the other hand, there was something not very believable about the death of the judge who was clearly a fine judge. However, I must admit that I was very surprised by the end of the movie. However, I think the movie was very good and well worth watching.

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Richard D.

What a great film. I've seen it three times now and it gets better each time. It will never get old. I'm surprised the film got such bad reviews. The people who hate it should probably go back to reading the Guardian newspaper. And the people who like it should probably go back to the cinema to watch it again and again. I feel it's a shame that a film such as this has to get negative reviews. I really do. There are a few other films I like very much that got bad reviews. It really does deserve to be nominated for an Oscar. 10/10

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Andrew Herrera

A film that is filled with so much emotion, it is difficult to figure out where to begin. Martin Lawrence (who worked with Kieslowski on the legendary "Swingers") walks us through a series of his experiences with the incredible and elusive "Richard." For those of you unfamiliar with the story, Lawrence was a Canadian martial artist who was living a sheltered life in Los Angeles. However, one day he went to a local gun show to pick up a few handguns, and was shocked to see a blue-painted Model 1962 Ford Pinto. When Lawrence told the man that the vehicle was used in the Apollo mission, he was "shocked to find out that he had actually known it all his life!" But it was his masterful performances on the acting test in Vietnam that convinced him that this was a man with a lot to teach him. "Richard" was just as horrified as anyone when he discovered that Lawrence was a refugee from Cambodia. It was a powerful display of the effect of war on people's lives, and the respect Lawrence held for him. But Lawrence quickly realized that it was no use trying to bring him to the U.S. as an army deserter. "Richard" was ready to go to Vietnam as soon as he could get the money, and it was the need for "Richard" to come to the U.S. that would drive the eventual breakup of the relationship. "Richard" was devastated when he was refused a new identity. The realization of what he was up against finally caused him to go into the business of performing in U.S. concerts. It was his company that became his base of operations, and his compassion and respect for the people who played his shows. But, as "Richard" explained, there was one man he could never forgive, and that was the man who had sought to destroy him. "Richard" became increasingly dissatisfied with his own celebrity status and the fact that he was a "normal" man. He became more and more of a recluse, avoiding the media and the attention of anyone who may be interested in his story. It was when Lawrence decided to write his memoirs that he realized that he could not go through the same torment he had endured when he was a young man. When he decided to tell his story, it was to his wife and the young Vietnamese refugee who had come to live with him. He believed it was his obligation to do so. So, with that knowledge, "Richard" decided to "go public" in the hope that the story of the extraordinary man would spread to the world. It was not until his son told him about the phone call he had received from his father that he finally had enough of the "Richard" who had become "un-Richard." But, that was not the end of the story. "Richard" decided that he had to go to the UN to tell his story, and he was instrumental in getting Richard to New York for the press conference. The story went international when Lawrence's show was scheduled to take place in Germany, where he believed his father had been brought up. The documentary films together Lawrence and Richard and what it is like to have been with the "King of Martial Arts." It is also fascinating to see Lawrence deal with the pressure of celebrity, as he does not want his story to be out of bounds. But, the bond between father and son never really breaks down. This film is a story of war, compassion, and what happens when the human spirit is turned on its head. It is a story that anyone would enjoy, and one that everyone can learn from.

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Samantha D.

I was lucky enough to attend a screening of this film at the New York Film Festival. I had heard that the film was interesting and thought that it would be interesting to see the documentary in its entirety. I was pleasantly surprised and it was fascinating to watch the history unfold in a very intimate and beautiful way. The documentary was very well made and captured the essence of the time and place very well. The only thing I would have liked to have seen was a bit more of the political undertones of the time. I thought that the film was very well made and was very interesting to watch and learn about the history of the time and the people. It is definitely worth seeing.

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Andrea W.

This movie is truly remarkable. It is a real study of human psychology and how we all fail at one time or another. It is quite frankly the most significant documentary I have ever seen. It shows that in every age, and even though we are all at a similar age, we can each stand on our own two feet. The films has also shown me that just because we don't want to admit it, and try to hide it, doesn't mean that we are as bad as we think we are. I think that this documentary has caused me to change my attitude towards life, and to stop trying to hide the fact that I am not good at anything. It shows us how far we can go to make others happy, and that we can actually go to far to try and make our own happiness. I loved this movie, and I suggest everyone to watch it. It is definitely a must watch.

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Susan W.

So a while ago I wrote about how I loved Queen for many reasons, the film, the music, the clothes, and the music. With that out of the way I am now going to discuss why I loved this film so much. I've been a fan of Queen for most of my life, and my love for Queen is strong and unquestionable. Not that I haven't always appreciated it, but I don't feel like there's a limit to it. Now that I've explained my love, I'm going to give a brief history of Queen. The film itself is a very telling and honest account of Queen's history, as well as the film. Queen had a very rich history, and I felt this was an excellent way to tell it. The film begins when Queen was still young and pretty, with a husband and a baby. The film follows Queen and her friends, their family and everything about their lives, from the movies, to the music, to the clothes. There are a lot of documentaries out there about Queen, and I felt this was a great way to cover a lot of the subjects covered in documentaries. When I say Queen, I mean Queen, and the film doesn't stop there. There is a lot of music, including some great live performances. There are also some great behind the scenes footage. So, with that said, I felt this was a great way to tell the Queen story, without taking away from the documentary. The music is really the best part of the film. I loved the original soundtrack, which is really a mix of new and old material. It was a great mix of things, the original songs are all great, and the ones from the movie are also great. Some songs are a little more up to date, but overall, it's a great mix. I also loved the interview with Jim Henson. It was a really good way to tell the story, and it was very informative. I'm not really a fan of Britney Spears, but she wasn't a problem for me. I felt she was very sweet, and very talented. I also loved that the documentary didn't dwell on the singer's personal life, and focused on her music. The interview with her father was also really good. He had a lot of interesting stories about his own upbringing. The rest of the film is really good, and shows what a powerful force Queen was in the world. There's a lot of great interviews, and some great music. All of this said, the film was incredibly informative, and could be watched over and over. Overall, I really liked the film, and I would recommend it to anyone who is a fan of Queen. It's a great way to learn about the Queen story, and I felt it was an excellent way to tell the story of Queen.

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Cheryl James

Just finished this documentary and for me it was a good watch. While some things were over the top and some would have been better explained, the overall feeling of the film is very positive. A good way to show what the movie was going for and in my opinion it was quite accurate. In the end, I recommend the documentary to everyone. The subject matter is touching and you can't help but feel for the people in this movie. In the end it's a really good documentary that anyone can benefit from.

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Madison G.

What an amazing and heart-warming documentary. Everything about it was amazing. I've never seen anything like it. It's not just an interesting look at one of the greatest music artists of all time, but at the genius of genius, the art of music. It's beautifully filmed, but it's also incredibly moving. The story of John Lennon and his tumultuous relationship with Yoko Ono, his relationship with other artists, his rise to fame and his tragic death, is both heartbreaking and inspirational. The documentary is beautifully narrated by a narrator named Mark Kermode. Kermode is the man behind the BBC's 'Davs', a brilliant documentary on the Beatles. I think Mark is one of the greatest interviewers I have ever seen. He has done some great stuff with David Letterman and even his own show. He has a great voice, he has great timing, he can really get to you and he can relate to you. He is the perfect interviewee. I'm not going to go into the details of what the film is about, but it's simply that this is a man who is a genius. His lyrics are simply beautiful and his music is simply magnificent. His genius is so vast, so great, that he's touched so many people. He is a genius, and I think that he deserves to be honored and admired and celebrated and remembered. So to all of his fans out there, and to everyone else who has ever loved him or cared for him or heard him or met him, I just want to say thank you. Thank you for allowing me to share this with you. Thank you for giving me the chance to know and be around someone who has inspired me and made me feel so powerful. Thank you for making me feel so powerful. Thank you for the music. Thank you for the gift of music. Thank you for the joy of listening to music. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to live out the memories of John Lennon. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of a special place that has given me such a profound sense of meaning and connection with a person and a place that I love. Thank you so much, John. Thank you so much, Yoko. Thank you so much, John Lennon. Thank you, John, for allowing me to be a part of the amazing journey of your life.

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Elizabeth

I love a documentary about an artist that's almost impossible to find, so I really enjoyed this one. It's good stuff. I don't want to say too much about it because I don't want to ruin it for you, but I don't know about the "famous" people of the movie, because I didn't get a chance to talk to them either. They were nice enough, and I hope they'll have something to say about this kind of documentary. If you've never heard of Hayek, you'll probably be too busy looking for him in the first few seconds of the movie. I also liked the cinematography. The movie has a kind of documentary-style that you see a lot of, but it's great here and not to be missed. The "photographs" are really nice, especially the one from the mountain. It's like a great dance. In a documentary, it's really nice to see a simple piece of work, but in a movie it's great to see the best work of an artist. I think that's what they're trying to do here. You can really feel like you're there. I think that's what made it so good. If you've never heard of Hayek, you should probably start by watching this. I know it won't be a typical documentary about the man, but it's worth watching.

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Dorothy M.

I recently came across a documentary on the destruction of the Pyrenees mountain range by climate change, a subject I know nothing about. I was intrigued by the subject, the soundtrack, and the beautiful nature shots. I was inspired by the voice over of the narrator, but was struck by the confusing title and graphic information, the two of which don't add up to a film. I knew the topic was extreme and exciting, but not what was left out. So I made my own, this time with a better understanding of what the film is about. The film is a series of video clips of a volcano (Atacama) erupting. The volcano erupts, but at the exact same time that glaciers melt into the sea. The melting of the glaciers causes an enormous tsunami, the blast of which drowns the Pyrenees and only some towns. In the process, a human civilization is utterly destroyed. When the films end, the narrator (Robert Culp) tells the audience that they have seen a photo of the last man in the Pyrenees, his wife, who is now a marine biologist. They have the photo, but she is gone. After some time, the narrator tells us, we are shown a photo of the last man who is now a scientist in another country. The man is now lost to the sea. He is an accomplished artist and a successful art collector. He and his wife are lost to a new technology. "The human race has failed", the narrator tells us. The humanity of those in the film are lost in the sea. They are gone, they are not here. The words of the filmmaker are heartbreaking: "it's like we are alone on this planet, and nobody cares". I could not agree more. The films are beautiful and disturbing. I will watch them again. I don't want to give away the story, but I am stunned by what I have watched. I have seen a haunting view of the future, especially of our species. We have just lost our most productive continent to the ocean. No one in this film is alive. We watch as we lost our most productive continent, to the sea. This will change the world, and the world will change for the worse. I think this is a good film to watch, and I encourage anyone to watch this.

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Tammy Gray

This is a masterpiece, the most powerful documentary I have ever seen. The words are amazing, the camera is incredible, the emotions are massive. It is a visual of every moment of a family in front of a camera. It captures everything about the holidays. I have seen it about 10 times, and I will continue to watch it as I can get any more tears. To be honest, I have always had a problem with Christmas and the Christmas season. I usually don't like the holidays because it seems to be a very violent time. But the family that I have watched this documentary about, their experience is truly amazing. The most shocking thing is that there are so many people in the world that don't have this kind of experience, and that can feel this kind of pain and suffering. It makes me feel so happy to see this documentary. I can't describe it in words, it's just a wonderful film. I recommend it to everyone, as it is absolutely brilliant.

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Carol Stevens

I had never heard of this guy before, until I saw a spot on TV on some Friday night. I had never seen him speak at a convention before. I was intrigued, and as I watched I realized that I was not alone in my fascination with this man. I enjoyed seeing him talk about his life, his life in Baltimore, and his life at home. I enjoyed watching him make funny face, laughing, and usually be prepared for a spontaneous expression. He really makes the show entertaining. He is a very interesting man, a lot like the characters he plays. I was able to see how much of his life is self-made and it is interesting to hear him speak about his day to day. I enjoyed watching him talk about his children, his career, his love of music, and his personal life. I wish I had more of his interviews to watch!

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Maria Snyder

This is one of those rare documentaries that's not only amazing, but also scary. It's a look at one man's fight to the death in a most brutal way. Even though I saw this at a special screening, it was still a little disturbing. However, I also think it's very important to know what we're talking about, and it should definitely be in your documentary collection. The documentary is narrated by Lizzy Goodman and it shows the final moments of Charles Manson. It's very powerful, and the way it's presented is amazing. I found it hard to believe that it's actually about a man named Charles Manson. He was just a "cab" for a bunch of people. You get a sense of what it was like for the people who were involved in this. I believe it should be on the top 250 list. It's not just an interesting look at one man, it's also about what we do when we make documentaries. It's interesting to see what it was like to work with these people, and what it's like to have a crew of people coming to your house. It's very revealing. I also think it's very important to have the music. It was a real eye-opener, seeing the music being used. The soundtrack is very powerful, and it's very inspiring. I think that's the best part of the film, because it really shows the power of music. If you're looking for an interesting look at one man's life, I definitely recommend this documentary. If you want to know more about the Manson Family, I think this is a good place to start. This documentary was filmed on location in Santa Barbara, California. I can't imagine why it's so short. It's just so incredibly brutal. I think it's so important that the world knows about what happened, and that's why I think it's very important that it's shown on the big screen. I hope you enjoy this film as much as I did. I've seen it so many times, and it just doesn't get any better than this. This is a film that you should definitely see.

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Madison Hernandez

I am not a big fan of horse racing. I've never really felt much empathy for the horse, and there have been times where I've been very sad to see a horse get injured. The documentary on Ricky Vanez is an exception, because it is more about the emotional impact of the horse's injury than it is about the race. The documentary shows the impact that the injury has on the person, and how that affects their relationship with the horse, and also their own relationship with their horse. Although it is only a documentary, I think it is incredibly powerful. The director also shows how a horse and its owner can change the person and the world around them, and the person who loved the horse changes the world around them. This is not a film that you should be doing for free, or at any price, if you feel that you need to be moving your life forward. The film is well-made, and the documentary shows that not only can a horse be so different from its owner, it can change the owner and the world around them, and it does so in a very powerful and emotional way. The film also shows the emotional impact of injury in an unusual way, and I think that is a very powerful message that needs to be shared, especially in a world where people have become more attached to technology. I have read the book that the director is based on, and I think that the book is a powerful book, but the movie is a very powerful documentary, and I think that the book is a powerful book, but the movie is a very powerful documentary. I have to say that the documentary is very well-made, and I highly recommend it.

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Bobby Harvey

I think this documentary was done perfectly. I think the first 10 minutes of the film was good, but the rest of it is just too much. But the best part of this documentary is the fact that it's very unbiased and it doesn't reveal anything that's not already known. I would have been happy if this documentary would have been shown with a little bit more background info. I think if it had been, it would have made it more realistic. But this documentary is not meant to be realistic, it's meant to be informative. I think it would have been better to show this documentary with a little bit of background info. However, it's still very good. It's not just about this documentary, it's about all the people involved in this documentary, from the director to the reporter, from the actors to the producer, from the editor to the cinematographer. It's a documentary that I think you should watch, but not everyone is going to like it.

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Frances Porter

I watched this movie in my sophomore year of college in 1998. The movie really hit home for me. I have recently been writing a paper on what I feel is the unique and massive social/cultural impact that the movie has had on me and my community. I will also add that this movie is a prime example of the type of film that "everyone" should watch. The "primal/formal" effects that this movie has had on my life are not limited to college students. I also felt that this movie had a tremendous effect on me in my community. One of the most important effects that this movie has had on me is that I have taken a more serious and analytical approach to my studies. This has made me a better student. I feel that this movie has made me more capable of listening to my fellow classmates and listening to their opinions and concerns. Overall, the movie was both moving and educational. The movie was certainly memorable, but more importantly, the movie made me more "likeable" by showing me what it was like to be someone different. For that reason alone, I give this movie a 9 out of 10.

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Jesse Holland

With a story that would normally be an anti-climax, and a good cast, this film manages to be much more than that. Director Alix Aitken's documentary is a fascinating look at the struggle to make a film in the English-speaking world. For a long time, the story was not told. It was only after the film was made that the story was told. The film shows the problems that director Ralph Fiennes had to face when he made the film. Fiennes was faced with the task of editing the film, without the script being complete, and the actors being paid for their performances. Fiennes had to bring the actors together in order to get the film finished. In the end, the film was not finished, and the actors had to give their own opinions on the movie. The actors did not like it, but they all wanted to see the movie. The actors who were unhappy with the film said that they were disappointed, and they had not seen the film they were paid for. Fiennes was also faced with the problem of a film that was not finished. He wanted the film to be finished, but he was also afraid that it would be banned. He wanted to get the film made, but he did not want to go through all of the difficulties that he had to go through to make the film. This film shows how hard it is to make a film in the English-speaking world. The movie is worth seeing. It is a good documentary about a difficult subject, and the difficulty of making a film in a time when censorship is the norm. The film is worth seeing. 7/10

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Ronald S.

In the wake of the 1999 publication of his best selling novel, The Heart of Darkness, Cormac McCarthy has become one of the most sought after and revered writers in the world. A truly original and powerful story, The Heart of Darkness was a rare and important work that helped open the door for the American audience to understand the devastating effects of the Vietnam War and the war on terror. It was a very personal story, which was one of the reasons it was so hard to make it into a film. One of the best aspects of the book is the relationship between the characters. The book has a lot of action, but it's really the story of these characters and their interactions. In this film, the relationships between the characters are very similar to the ones we see in the book. This makes the film a little easier to digest. The film does a great job of capturing the essence of the book, but it is not nearly as powerful as the book. I think that's a big mistake. The book is just as powerful, if not more so, than the film. I think the film is a great adaptation of the book, but it is just a little bit better than the book. In my opinion, it is the weakest film adaptation of the book.

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Jacqueline Harrison

After watching "Moonshine Blues" I immediately wanted to see "Clowns". I decided to rent both films and be pleasantly surprised. As the documentary approaches its closing moments, the film's subjects are nearly all dead. They are all dead, long gone, when the movie ended. This documentary does a great job of showing the lives of four people who turned "ghetto" and turned their backs on the average American's in an effort to achieve something better. Each story is different, and the interviews are varied. They are not boring, but they do not provide a solid enough background on each person's story to show a real sense of sympathy. As mentioned before, it is quite the accomplishment to make all these people tell their stories and leave it up to the viewer to decide who they were. Some of the interviews are very deep, and the personal stories are almost unbelievable. I think the film itself should have been a lot longer, to really illustrate their lives and the reasons they left. The film did a very good job of showing the details of each interview. The worst part was the editing. Each interview was pulled into different parts of the film, and then the end was edited out. For me, it was a very big problem. I think the idea of showing the personal stories of these people was great, but the editing was horrible. I was constantly wondering what was going to happen next, and I lost interest. I think a better editing would have helped in this area. Overall, this was a good documentary, but the editing was terrible. It was not nearly as good as it could have been. I am not too sure what the problem was, but I do not think it was in the right place. The documentary does a good job of showing the real motivation for their decision, and they make it clear that the decision was for the best. It does not make the decision seem like the film makers were pushing for that reason. If the editing had been done better, it would have been much better. The documentary is not really about the decision of what was best for the people involved, but rather about the reason they were making the decision. It should have been more about why the decision was made, instead of just showing it. If the film makers had chosen to do that, the result would have been much better.

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Gary H.

This documentary takes a look at the legacy of the legendary American actor, John Wayne. It's a fascinating look at a man who built a career in the silent era, but when that silent era was over, he went on to become a major player in the Hollywood era of silent movies. It's a fascinating look at the man who became a star, but a man who never had a lasting impact on the silent era. This is a documentary that I would recommend to anyone looking for a deep look at one of America's greatest American icons. A man who gave us so many memorable scenes in films and who, through it all, remained loyal to his family and friends.

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Danielle Gomez

I've just watched this documentary (mostly at home) and I've never seen anything so different from what I'd seen before. It's great to see that everyone, even the politicians, have their own opinions. One thing that I have to say though, is that "those who don't know history are doomed to repeat it". I think the film is really good. I really liked it. I really like the documentary that it's based on, which is a non-fiction book. This documentary is not about the conspiracy theories of the 9/11 conspiracy theory. It's about the evidence. And the evidence is astounding. I haven't seen anything like this before. It's really hard to watch this documentary. It's very interesting and hard to understand at the same time. But I really liked it. I hope that more people will watch this documentary. And that they will be enlightened about the truth. It's really important.

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Madison Franklin

I am a huge fan of the director/writer/actor, Terrence Malick, so I was not surprised to see this documentary coming out on HBO, but I was intrigued by the filmmaker's (not to mention Malick's) response to it. I have always had the feeling that most documentaries that I have seen, were either ones that were less than 100 minutes long or none at all. For example, the documentary on the "controversial" Little Miss Sunshine is about 50 minutes long, but it is such a fun and inspiring story, it might be a bit long. It's like Malick is saying "Oh, and by the way, it's all great, but it's also very sad". "The New World" is also about 50 minutes long, but it is so well-made, I was just as shocked at how much was left out as I was by how much was included. I would say that Malick's documentary is a must-see, but if you are looking for a documentary that will enlighten and entertain, watch "The English Patient".

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Kenneth

Chris Weitz' documentary is not that I'd want to see. However, it's not a bad documentary, and it's interesting to see what it takes to make a documentary about one of the most unlikely people to come along in American History. Chris Weitz is a man who knows that the American Dream is not likely to exist for anyone, regardless of income, where he goes and what his background is. This documentary looks at what Chris does to help make this dream a reality. In fact, you can tell he has the drive to do the right thing, and he is very focused on his task. He wants to make sure he contributes to the world. Chris has a nice collection of cars, and I'm sure there are plenty of places he could donate them. Chris is also an incredibly well-spoken and fascinating person, so I'm sure it will be a great conversation. Chris was, and still is, a brilliant man. I don't think he has changed that much in the last few years, but I'm sure he is always learning. The documentary makes the point that even though Chris is the most successful businessman on the planet, he has a moral code that he wants everyone to follow. His biggest legacy is his "Mensch." Chris is also a passionate, hard-working, compassionate, and down-to-earth man. In other words, he wants the world to be a better place. He is not concerned with how people live, but he wants people to live their lives to the fullest. We see him go to extreme lengths to help others and take on their burdens. He has spent the majority of his life on this road. Chris Weitz may be the only person who has the drive to help the American Dream become a reality. As Chris is mentioned in the documentary, he spends much of his time going to a few conferences to get advice on what makes a great entrepreneur. He does this to help the community and help them realize the vision that he has. Chris Weitz is in a unique position as he is able to help so many people. He is the spokesperson for everything he does, and he does this with an enthusiasm and passion that I feel most people have. You will get the feeling that Chris really does care about what he is doing, and he has no problem spreading his message to the masses. He speaks for many people, and he says what people need to hear. If you are a person that believes in the American Dream, and is looking for documentaries to learn more about how to accomplish your dream, then I recommend this documentary. However, if you want to learn more about Chris, then you will be better served watching this documentary.

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Laura B.

How could you not love this film? The soundtrack is incredible. The camera angles are also great. If you want to see a documentary about a man who was murdered for his talent and art, this is it. Watch it!

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Joshua

From the moment we see the King's black guards in the opening scenes of The Devil's Advocate, we are certain that the film is going to be a cinematic experience we will never forget. We are not wrong. The film is also wonderfully acted and beautifully shot. The acting is by far the best I have seen in any film this year. Jamie Foxx gives an amazing performance, perfectly capturing the tension and paranoia that is currently gripping the streets of Los Angeles. Naomi Watts is also superbly cast as the depressed, mentally ill "vixen" Elizabeth Harper. We see her on her journey from the mercy of her husband to the church where she must hide her true identity. She gives us an interesting character and the film is all the better for it. Her performance is a joy to watch, and one of the most memorable performances of the year. Ryan Gosling gives a strong performance, displaying the emotions of the "vixen" without ever seeming over the top or overacting. The film is also filled with some very powerful and emotional scenes. The scene between the two leads in the church is one of my favorite scenes in any film. The fact that the audience can actually feel the tension between the two is amazing. The two leading actors are also very emotional, in particular the work of Gosling. The film is also very powerful in a number of other ways. The cinematography is incredible, and the film never disappoints in its visual style. The sound design is also very memorable, and there are some truly incredible moments in the film. The film is a beautiful and powerful film, and it will not disappoint anyone who has seen it. It is a must see.

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Alexander Sandoval

I watched this movie after seeing the reviews here. And that's why I was so surprised. The movie was great. It showed the life of this amazing man. His life and his journey. The movie is very good. It's the truth about drug addiction. The truth about the crisis of drug addiction. It shows the life of this man and the life of those who help him. I can't praise this movie enough. It's a must watch. It's a story of a life and a crisis of addiction. This movie should be in the history of cinema. Because it's one of the most honest movies I've ever seen. Every single word and gesture of the director was just incredible. If you have not seen this movie yet, watch it. It's one of the best movies ever. I recommend it to everyone. You will be amazed.

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Jerry A.

I thought this documentary was great. I'm not a big fan of Dr. John Kelly and I didn't think it would be that interesting, but it was. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to learn more about what really goes on in the world of drug abuse. I thought it was informative and entertaining. I thought the interviews with doctors were very good. It really showed the "big picture" of how addiction affects people and how it affects the families. The documentary was very well made. It was very informative and had a lot of good information. It was very entertaining and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the subject. It's a great documentary. 7/10

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Jordan

This documentary was done by the actor and director, James Toback, and the only other person who is related to the subject, Thomas Hughes. Toback told me that he knew nothing about the subject until he learned of the movie "Walk the Line" and the history of the original "Made in the USA" suit that they had to wear. He was really impressed that the movie got such a high rating, and thought that this movie would be an interesting subject for a documentary. His belief was confirmed when the subject matter was also discussed. He was really moved by the subject matter and the feelings that he was having about the subject. He also was impressed that the film had been made. I was also impressed that this documentary was so well done. The subjects were really interesting. The filming was done really well, and the film itself was really well done, as well as the audio. Toback also said that this movie was his favorite documentary to date. He also said that he would definitely watch it again. Toback told me that the hardest part was to make a movie out of something that was so important to him, but he had to be a little slow at first. However, once he started to get into it, he found that it was not only a good movie, but also a very emotional one. The acting was really well done, especially by the actors Toback had chosen for the subjects. The other actors did a great job, too. Toback said that the only two people who could have made the movie better than the ones he chose were the director and Toback himself. Toback also said that it was really good that he could help put this movie in a good place. I was really impressed with the quality of the movie. It really is a very good movie. The subject matter was very interesting, and the fact that Toback had to deal with something so important was a great experience for him. It also really showed that Toback is a very good director. The film was well done, and I really would recommend that people see this film. It really is a good movie, and I really would recommend that people watch it. I really think that this is a good documentary. The subject matter was very interesting, and it really shows that Toback is a good director. The movie was also well made, and I would recommend that people see it.

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Roy W.

The final episode of the documentary about the plight of the homeless in New York City, the series concludes with a final look at the lives of 4 of the homeless, including the heartwarming story of the man who had the last meal at a homeless shelter and the homeless woman who spends her days writing poetry. Each of these individuals made an impact on the lives of others in their communities. The series was originally planned to have a six episode run, but it is a testament to the impact that each of these individuals had on the lives of others that it had to end on such a positive note. A special thank you goes out to the people who brought these individuals into our lives and to the homeless shelter that they now call home.

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Richard

This film had its moments. Some of it was pretty good. But it was a lot of filler and the time I was watching it I could only guess what would happen. I don't like to waste my time. The most annoying part of this movie was the time I would be watching it and it would be about 20 minutes later. I don't think the filmmakers were even trying. I don't think they realized the movie they were making was boring and didn't want me to watch it. It is one of the most disappointing movies I have ever watched. The movie had a great story and it was made well. But it was all filler. I think the filmmakers wanted to make a statement and they missed it. They could have made a better movie. There were also scenes that were weird and a lot of people wouldn't understand. Like the way the characters were dressed. It was really weird. But it is also a good movie because it gave a glimpse of what the country was like in the 1970's. I think this was a movie that had a good story but they just didn't use the time well.

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Harold W.

I didn't see this film when it was originally released. I never had a chance to watch it when it first came out in theaters. Now that I'm more familiar with the subjects discussed in this movie, I really enjoyed it. This movie has some good points. First and foremost, it's important to remember that this is a documentary film and not a documentary that is meant to be watched with the intent of watching a documentary. To really understand the issues presented in this film, I recommend you first watch "Bowling for Columbine" or "Battle: Los Angeles" (also a documentary) and then watch "The Mountain" again. In addition to the documentaries, I think the best part of this film is the interviews with those involved. Not only is there some very interesting information about the events that occurred in Colorado, but there are interviews with many of the main players. This includes Jon Stewart, Bill Maher, Matt Lauer, Chris Matthews, Ed Schultz, Bill Maher's son and others. There is also a good segment with Larry King and a few others that is very interesting. All in all, this is a very interesting documentary that is well worth seeing.

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Peter Long

A great documentary. It tells the story of a whole community of fishermen in the tropics and what they have to deal with. The film shows a lot of the different types of work they do and what they endure. The fisherman themselves are really interesting and they are really portrayed as people. It's a great film to watch. It also shows the bigger picture of what is going on in the world and how that affects the lives of people. Definitely one to watch.

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Brittany Wheeler

I wasn't a fan of Jamie Foxx when he first appeared in this documentary. I liked his role in Troy but this documentary wasn't up to my standards. But I am now, and I have to say that it is a very good documentary. I am glad to say that it isn't all about Jamie Foxx's career. He had a great career, I loved it, and so did the whole audience. He really did inspire a lot of other people in the industry. I am glad that he got back to doing what he loved. I also think that the producers did a great job in getting interviews from all the actors, and those who worked with him. Also I don't like when documentaries show the dead guy's family. I understand that they need to show the dead guy's family, but they should not show the family of the actor. The documentary should show the whole story, not just one story. But if I would have to choose between the documentary and the TV show, I would choose the documentary. So overall I would definitely recommend it. 7/10

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Laura Moreno

I had watched this film on DVD when it first came out, and it was just a breath of fresh air. It gave an insight to a people who never really got their due. When they did get theirs, it was often forgotten. I am a Western-only fan and I thought this was a great piece of cinema. However, if you are not into this genre, it's not going to do it for you. I have always felt that the films were about the story, not the action. This one is no different. However, if you are into the action genre, then you will definitely get a kick out of this. It is a true portrayal of a people's way of life. The story is about a young man who becomes a leader, but loses his wife to a mining accident. His daughter is a great example of how a mother is very important. I liked the characters, and the film does not overstay its welcome. It leaves you wanting more, and it leaves you with the hope that there is more to come.

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Janice J.

What is more interesting than any of the numerous "documentaries" that have been put out about Robert Kiyosaki? It is this: how and why Kiyosaki, the "John Wayne of Cambodia" - a name that has been used so many times and so much, but never used in a very satisfactory way - became a character that would be remembered, an unquestioned icon of cinematic attention, one of the most powerful figures in American cinema and one of the few Americans to receive a Best Actor Oscar for the role of the Nguyen brothers in Oliver Stone's "Platoon." The filmmakers of this film have a lot to answer for. They have brought together a large group of individuals, but, for the most part, they have avoided the media's temptation to broadcast interviews with Kiyosaki, so as not to make a film that is either offensive or irrelevant. Instead, they have chosen to concentrate on his career, his family life, and his work on the French side during the Vietnam War. For all of them, this is an interesting and enjoyable documentary. But it's also a fascinating portrait of a man who changed the world. And of the people who were there, and who were in that scene in that village - which Kiyosaki himself found so fascinating - when he was working on the French side. One of the most interesting things about the film is that Kiyosaki is able to bring this experience to the screen. He was able to keep his emotions in check and use the audience's own experience of war to make a compelling film. This is not to say that the film is a triumph, or even a particularly good film. It is simply a film that is able to capture the feelings of one man who was there, and who was able to show it to the world.

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Michael H.

I watched this documentary in the library of a public school in a remote part of the U.S. I was very happy to have discovered it. It is a very educational documentary about people and the small town where they live. It is a very interesting look at some issues that affect many people in America and the world. It is a look at the American dream and how the dream of the American dream has been exploited by people from all over the world. It is a documentary about how the American dream is manipulated and abused. I liked the story telling about how people are deceived by the American dream. I liked the interviews with the people who live in the dream and the way they talk about the American dream. I also liked the way the director used natural sound, natural lighting and natural scenery to tell the story. It is a very interesting look at the American dream.

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Roy

I'm not going to get into the plot of the film, because it was well written and well-made. I do have one complaint about the film: the camera work. It is very distracting at times, and I think it's very easy to make a film that is almost non-existent on the camera. I'm not saying that the film is bad, it's just that the camera work is very distracting at times. It's a shame, because I think the film would have been a great film without it. I think the film is very good, and I think it's a great way to get into the life of the two women who were the subjects of the film. I would recommend the film to anyone, but it would be difficult to get someone to watch it. The film is very well-made, and I think it's a great way to get into the lives of the women who were the subjects of the film.

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Kevin Nguyen

I am a HUGE fan of the trailer for "La La Land" and while watching the film I was impressed and I was so happy to see it was released in theaters. I am a huge fan of musicals and film. I've watched so many of them and have to say that "La La Land" was a really good film. I was on the edge of my seat throughout the entire film and I didn't want it to end! I was so happy to see this film and I hope that everyone enjoys it as much as I did. I will give this movie an A+.

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Adam Gomez

These days most of the documentaries I watch are only a few minutes long and then I never hear about them again. I can say that what Roger Kopplin did for journalism, what Milt Corman did for movies, and what director Gus Van Sant did for documentaries, he did for the history of the film medium. This is a documentary about the making of EYE. It's not just about the story of how the film came to be and how it came out. It's more of a exploration of the production process itself, how the production worked, and how they went about making it. I would say it's very good, but there are a few issues I have with it. First of all, I didn't like the editing. They did some really amazing editing, but the reason that I say it's good is because it's not too fast or too slow. It's all the right angles, and then some. Another issue is that it's not very entertaining. There is not a lot of detail to it. It's not like a documentary. I can understand the point it was trying to make, but it doesn't have that wow factor. All in all, it's a good documentary, I just think they could have made it a little better.

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Patrick

This film is very well done, and clearly has had a great deal of time spent on it. It's also funny, very well produced, and has a fantastic music score. Even though I've seen this film so many times, I still find it very moving, and feel it deserves more attention. I give it a 9/10.

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George

This is a beautifully done documentary of a fascinating man. I love the style of the film, as well as the story and the performances. It tells a very powerful story, but not in a typical Hollywood way. This is a good documentary that I recommend to anyone. The performances of all the actors are amazing, and the story is well told. I highly recommend this film, and I think it is worth a watch.

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Joe D.

The first thing that struck me about the film was that it is based on a true story. In fact, the movie goes to great lengths to portray the real story as accurately as possible. I have no problem with factual film-making, as long as the factual truth is accurate and not deliberately fabricated. The filmmakers were able to accurately portray the events of the 2005 Houston hurricane that destroyed the World Trade Center in a manner that had the entire nation paying attention. But in the end the film did have a few problems. First, the filmmakers did not go into the details of the airplane crash, but rather into the details of the life of the plane's passengers. What I found most disturbing was that the filmmakers chose to focus on the lives of some of the very young people who were on the plane and who were either on the ground in Houston or dying on the way to Texas. In doing so, they told a very different story than I would have thought possible. I also thought that the film was not very honest with the viewers. In the real event, the video showed that a plane took off from Teterboro Airport in NJ and then began to descend, but in the film it was revealed that the plane had veered off course and was headed for the Gulf of Mexico. A plane could not just be flying off course into the Gulf of Mexico and not crashing into a hurricane and the most powerful hurricane in recorded history. In my opinion, I would have preferred that the filmmakers tell the true story of the people who were on the plane and the events of the last five days before the hurricane struck in a much more honest manner. What I also found surprising is that, as of this writing, there have been no fatalities. I think that the filmmakers were choosing to concentrate on the lives of the people who were dying on the ground in Houston and to not show any of the deaths that occurred during the hurricane itself. I do not know if this was intentional or if the filmmakers were forced to cut some scenes out of the film in order to keep the budget and time down to a minimum. I also think that the film was edited in a way that kept the action moving and at a fast pace. It was very clear in the film that the focus was on the lives of the people on the plane and the plane itself. I would have preferred to see a more focused on the people on the ground. While I understand that this is a personal perspective, I felt that the film would have benefited from a more focused focus on the people on the ground and the hurricane itself. In the end, I think that this is an excellent film. I would highly recommend it to anyone. I think that it is a very honest and credible film that will provide the viewer with a lot of information about what happened in the aftermath of the 2005 hurricane. I would like to say that I am a real-estate agent and that I was in Houston during the hurricane, but I am not. I think that this film will have a tremendous impact on the people of Houston. I am certain that it will help people to better understand what was going on in Houston during the hurricane. This is one of the best films that I have ever seen in my entire life.

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Randy H.

I found the film really interesting and I think it is a shame it was released without a proper promotion. The idea of keeping the film a secret until it was in cinemas seemed a bit strange but I am sure that with the internet it would have gone viral and people would have been able to see the film. I think that if the film was not well known it would have caused a lot of controversy and would have been banned. The film could have ruined me for life if I hadn't heard about it. I am sure that if the film was released sooner people would have heard about it and I think it would have been the reason to show it so the public would have seen the film. I think that the people who had the worst experience would have been the ones who were first to see the film and then would have changed their minds after seeing the film. This was just my opinion, I am sure that if you are more or less used to the idea of secret films then you would not like this film.

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Benjamin

In recent years, documentaries have been made about the men and women who lost their lives while serving in the armed forces, and their families. The greatest of these is "My Honor Was Never Masked," which showed the effects of combat on the soldiers themselves. For the most part, they were filmed from a more personal point of view than is possible with most other films on the subject. "Troy," on the other hand, is set in modern times, and is about how one man, Justin Tran, was able to win $3.5 million from the American government. The film is shown almost entirely from his point of view. The film is unedited and takes no great liberties with the facts of the case. The "human interest" angle is present but is not used to the extreme that it could have been. The film is edited well and is very informative, even if it is somewhat difficult to watch. The film is also very well filmed. While it may be a bit hard to follow at times, I was able to follow it as I watched the film. The film is very well produced and the voice overs are very well done. The characters of Justin Tran and his brother Matthew are both well developed. The interviews of Tran's mother and sister are also very well done. The film is edited well, but it does not go into much detail about the case. Justin Tran was able to win the money, but the film does not explain how he was able to do it. In general, the film is very good. I recommend it highly. Grade B+

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Dorothy

I can't believe this movie was made.I was so excited to see it, but after watching it, I'm disappointed that it wasn't a little more. Instead of being a documentary about how the world's environmental and cultural changes are affecting the way we live, it's a sad attempt to take a different approach and to make it seem like the problems of the planet have gone to hell. But, I have to say, it was good, though. It was a good documentary, but not very good. I didn't like it at all. But it was good, and I can see why it won awards.

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Paul Lane

This is a very good documentary. It's a documentary of a man who, after losing his mother to a heart attack, would take his life for her. The documentary is really interesting, and it really touches you. It's a shame that this film didn't get nominated for an Oscar. It deserves to be nominated for best documentary. It's really worth watching. I'd recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about this story.

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Brenda

This documentary, about the struggle for a better life for women in the 60's, is great for anyone who has seen the Academy Awards and is a great film to see for any woman who has ever had the chance to watch. It provides a wonderful contrast to the time period as well as it's importance to the women's movement. The documentary is packed with women who were inspired by the story of the women's movement and why they wanted to be part of the movement. The women who became the leaders of the movement were well portrayed, and their story was inspiring. The documentary had great quotes from women who had different viewpoints of women's rights but were united by their desire for equality. It is also an excellent movie for anyone who has watched the Academy Awards and is looking for more insight into women's struggles in the 60's. The women who became the leaders of the movement were both inspiring and inspiring. I recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn more about the women's movement and why it was important.

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Ronald Henderson

This film is more than a story of how a small town in Nebraska became a national pioneer, but a story about how a little girl's love for her dead father became a strong and guiding force in her life. I found this movie extremely moving. It captures the essence of a mother's love for her son, and the power and grace that a little girl can bring to her world. This movie does a great job of showing the courage that it takes to not only stand up for yourself and your loved ones, but to stand up for all people. I really liked this movie. I feel it could have done with a bit more attention to detail, and a bit more editing. However, if you are looking for a great movie about what it takes to love and care for a child, this is it. It is a great story about a little girl and a mother's love for her son.

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Bryan

I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this film. It was an important story and it was handled in a way that made me feel good. The plot, however, is extremely predictable. I found myself trying to figure out what is going to happen next, not wanting to let this documentary be ruined. This is not a good film. However, if you're looking for a story about environmental issues, then this is the documentary for you.

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Arthur

I loved this documentary. It showed the horrible conditions the homeless had to endure in the big cities and how the government could help them. The best part of the documentary was when it showed a homeless man who was watching the whole documentary. It showed the fear in his eyes as he watched all the homeless people around him being turned away from the shelter. The documentary had a lot of funny moments as well. The documentary was very entertaining and I loved it. I recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to know more about the homeless. This documentary is a must-see.

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Ryan C.

The film itself is remarkable, as is the way it was done. The only real problem is that this is one of the few movies that can truly stand alone, without any help. One can't simply add in the actors and scenes and call it a movie. It is very very difficult to translate a great book to the screen, and this is what the film did, it made a great book into a film, and this is the only reason to watch it. I was very surprised how much it was. You could tell that the book was edited, with the editing the scene was the opposite of the book, a few words were cut, and at the end of the movie, everything was in order, not just the last ten or so pages. I think there were some changes that were necessary, to make it fit into the movie. There were also some scenes that were cut, which I thought were very important. The movie was very long, but it made sense, and it had very few parts where the movie was boring. There were other parts where it was extremely interesting, such as the wedding, the death, and the first conversation between Jackie and Alex. These were some of the best parts, because they were very different from the book. There was also a scene with the blacksmith that was very important, because it was the last scene of the book. I think that if the movie had not been edited, the book would have been an incredible success. It was very well done, and I was very pleased with it. I would not say that it was the best movie ever made, but it was a very good movie, and I think that it would be very hard for any other film to stand on its own. I think that most people would probably be disappointed, but I think that people will be able to appreciate it for what it was, and the actors and actresses did an amazing job.

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Jesse

I'm sure the Academy doesn't care much about movies about human beings, but the Academy did not do their job by rejecting this movie. The Academy has now shown that they do care about movie making and they are using their time and resources to make movies that reflect the best the industry has to offer. The real stars of this movie were the women who worked on this movie, they made this movie. This movie was not made by a bunch of people who just came together to make a movie and it doesn't have a plot, it has characters. I think that the Academy is underrating this movie because the movie was made for them and they want to see a movie that reflects their ideals. I hope that this movie gets some recognition. It is a wonderful movie that is a great representation of the women of the movie industry. The only reason I didn't give this movie a 10 is because I wanted to see a movie that reflected my ideals, but this movie did that and more.

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Cynthia G.

Liked this movie. This is a MUST see for all parents and grandparents of the modern generation. It's an amazing story. A must see for any serious movie buff or even just a film lover. I found it a great movie to watch with a group of people. I had the pleasure of seeing this film with some of my closest friends and family members. And the movie has stayed with us all. The movie also gave a very important message. It really makes you think about what your priorities should be. And what will you do to keep your family safe. The movie was very informative and emotional and very touching. The movie will change your life. It is a must see movie for everyone.

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Sharon L.

As a documentary filmmaker, my first instinct is to say, "this is a perfect documentary" as there is no exception. My next instinct is to say, "this is a perfect movie". When you think about it, this is the case as well. I also take a second look at it with a third and fourth look. Once you have a final look at the film, it is not a documentary anymore, but a movie. The feeling is the same, because it is an action movie, but you can say the same about this movie as you can about a documentary. The movie is about the activities of a single person. The film is about him, his situation, his life, his life now, and his life afterwards. The film is about his life, not his life. You don't need to see this film to know what it is about. There are some subjects that are difficult to study in a documentary, but I think this one is one of them. The story is about a man, one who has been a very good man for so many years, but in the last 15 years he started to act badly and in the last 15 years he started to act badly again. The film is about a man who could not stop his life until he became a criminal. What is fascinating about the story is that it is not what happened to him, but what he did with the life he had. I think that the film is a very good movie. There are moments when it is very hard to watch and you can say that it is not very informative, but I think it is worth watching to see what is really happening. I think that the film is not very educational, but it is very informative. This is the reason why I like this film and I think that it is one of the best documentaries I have seen.

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Megan C.

This film is not to be missed. The acting is brilliant. Kevin Costner and Liam Neeson both gave some of the best performances of the movie. I was pleasantly surprised to see that they were both very likable. The best scene is probably when Costner is driving and he asks Neeson to watch out for a girl. Costner gets in trouble for it. I was surprised that Neeson didn't beat Costner up. This film is interesting in its timeline. It goes back to a time when the US has been involved in war and people were not dying. I can't imagine a world without the US. I think the people who want war are really out of touch. To everyone out there who says that this is biased, well of course it is biased. The way that the film portrays the United States in its various points of view is quite interesting. It is more like a documentary than a movie. This movie is extremely well done. The acting is great. The production values are great. It does have a very strong message about war. I don't understand why this film has gotten so many negative reviews. I think most of the criticism has to do with the way the film is shot and the way it tells its story. I did enjoy the movie, and it is certainly worth seeing.

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Walter

What an incredibly compelling documentary! An excellent blend of facts, emotions, and inspiring stories, it was an incredible experience. This was one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. I felt so connected to the characters that I felt like I was part of the movie. Watching this film is like seeing the real documentary. It was great to see the camera work and sound design and all of the editing. It's amazing to think that it was made just over a year ago. I couldn't imagine this movie getting a big release. I hope that it will inspire and inspire people to continue this film. It's worth watching again and again. If you can, see it!

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Joyce Alexander

I saw this film in New York in 2003. It was the last film I ever saw. It was a gift and a pleasure to have seen it. I thought it was a wonderful film and had been a fan of the Bowery Boys since I saw their "Give Your Life a Name" album in the 1980's. I found out that they had been playing in clubs, and then I saw that they had a film in the works. It was a great experience to see a film like this. It was very well-made. I love the music of the Bowery Boys. The film is a must see. I recommend it.

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Barbara

I am a big fan of classic rock and pop. I don't even think of myself as a heavy rock fan. I am a realist and I like my music to be of a style. However, in some ways this movie seemed like a little video for a band, because it wasn't very original and it wasn't very entertaining. But it was a lot of fun. There were some fantastic music videos in it, and it was shot with a lot of attention to detail. The problem was that the movie had too many scenes of people in their underwear, and some scenes were just really boring. There was no real plot and no real character development. It was very predictable, and I did not care about any of the characters in the movie. I could not feel anything for any of them. I was bored, and I wanted to get out of the theater, but I could not. I think this movie was supposed to be funny, but I think it was just not very funny. I was very disappointed, and I felt that I had wasted my money and my time. I am not saying this is the worst movie ever, I was just disappointed that I wasted my time on it. I am sure that there will be people out there who will like this movie. Maybe it will get a cult following, maybe it will make people sit down and watch it again, but I am not sure. I really wanted to like this movie, but I didn't. I give it a C.

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Craig F.

So i am a very big fan of Jeremy Clarkson. If you want to know what the real Jeremy Clarkson is like, this is the documentary for you. I will not say that Jeremy is a good guy, but he is not the worst person i have seen on the planet, and he does not do anything wrong. I have seen more of him than i will ever know what to do with. This documentary is well done and gives us a complete picture of Jeremy's life. This is one of the best documentaries i have seen in a very long time. If you have seen this documentary, you will know that Jeremy is not the worst person on the planet, he is a good person. I would recommend this documentary to anyone. If you don't like this documentary, then i think you need to be watching something else. If you like this documentary, then i recommend to you to watch some other documentary.

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Johnny Allen

Why would a Canadian citizen be filmed talking to a US citizen on the plane? As a Canadian, I thought it was wrong and should have been banned by the airline. If you are a US citizen, don't touch the phone. If you are a Canadian, don't talk to the other person while they are in the air. It is a ridiculous rule. Anyhow, this documentary is worth watching. The documentary is also a lesson in good documentary-making and telling the truth. I've seen many documentaries about the Kennedy assassination, and not one of them had the slightest interest in anything other than telling the truth. The only thing this documentary has is a lack of interest in the actual facts of the story, which is not surprising considering that it was all a lie. I don't want to hear about the "real reasons" behind Kennedy's assassination, it is always a lie. I'm glad that they made a documentary about it, instead of just the lies. Good documentary.

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Alan

I'm glad I saw this movie. I've known about it for a long time, but finally saw it on the big screen. It's a very sad and disturbing film. It is not for everyone. It is not a comedy. It is not for those who don't like to think about things. It's not for those who don't like to hear things about. It's for those who are confused. I thought the ending of the movie was a little over the top and some parts were too quiet. If you like to hear things about and see things about, you should watch this movie. It's not for everyone, but if you are looking for a film that is not for everyone, but will help you to understand things that you already know, then this movie is for you. It's like a movie you can't forget.

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Lori Schultz

For anyone who is a real fan of Edward R. Murrow, then you will probably have heard of this documentary. While it is not as interesting as it could be, it does feature some clips from his interviews, and that alone is worth the price of admission. It is however, a bit too long and is quite boring at times. It's kind of a bit of a mix between a documentary, an interview with the subject and an overview of his career, with no real highlights. It is a very dry and very basic documentary, but not an awful one either.

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Sean

This film is about a man who, from the beginning of his life, has been a very unhappy person. His mother is a sad alcoholic and his father is a weird and abusive husband. After he was born, his parents became separated and the man lived with his uncle who is a drug dealer. After he became a teenager, he used to drink a lot. The man who takes this film is Jamie, and his life is his story. As he says in the film, "It's not what you do but how you do it" and he does it in a very positive way. As we can see, he was never a good person and, from the beginning, he never got a good education. The film shows him in different ways. First, he is the person who never has a girlfriend, but later he starts to become a social climber, in which he meets the people he wanted to meet. He becomes more and more interested in the women, he became a sex addict and also he begins to have feelings for one of his friends. He also becomes a better person, but, like he said, he never did it by himself. He started to learn to get the skills to improve his life, but he still had problems. He started to become a good friend to other people and started to work on himself. He started to love his uncle and he even became a good friend to one of his family members. Finally, he decided to turn his life around. He started to find a job and started to do his own things. The whole film is about how he managed to change his life. We can see how he started to get a job in a big company, he started to become more of a social climber, started to go to different cities, started to become a good friend and also he started to do some other things. The film is very interesting because the man never does it by himself. He never became a good person by himself. He also never had a girlfriend, because he never had one, but he started to get one of his friends and he did it without a girlfriend, but he did it without having sex. The film is very touching because we can see the different ways he changed his life. He always uses the best techniques that he has. His family was not there for him and that is why he was so unhappy, but we can see that he was really lonely. The film is a good film because it shows how a man learns how to change his life. He has a great example that shows us how to change a life. I would recommend it to everybody, it is a very good film, but it is not for everyone because it is very sad, but the film is also very interesting.

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Scott R.

I went to this film without any idea of what it was about. I was immediately hooked. The cinematography, the acting, and the interviews are all very well done. I never found myself bored, and I always had an interest in what the filmmaker was saying. I was most impressed with the way he spoke about the importance of a woman's education. This documentary is very informative and will be a good foundation for anyone who thinks they are "too smart for school." I was glad that my daughter was not going to college because of this film. I think it's important to have a balance between men and women in our society. Women are still a minority in every country. This film is one of the most important documentaries I have ever seen. I would recommend it to anyone.

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Johnny C.

This is an interesting documentary. The primary story is about how scientists came up with an idea to give a drug to people suffering from some form of terminal illness. That idea was in fact based on the same idea that we have about how to treat cancer. The drug that was developed was designed to treat a specific type of cancer. That drug was not designed to treat an entire group of cancers. The story here is a bit of a fictional story. However, it is more of a fictional story than a true story. I'm not sure why this film is called "The Story of a Drug" because the drug in question is not a drug. The drug was actually developed in the 1950s. It was designed to treat some form of cancer. The story here is that people didn't like the idea and it was banned. The story in this film is very accurate. This is a very entertaining documentary. It does a great job of getting you to understand the drugs we use to treat our diseases. The film does not just tell the story of the drug, it tells a very entertaining story of how that story was developed.

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Pamela P.

What a remarkable documentary! It's hard to imagine that these were the actual words of these people. They all speak in such a humble and unassuming way. They didn't care what the world thought of them. In fact, it was more a matter of how they were perceived by their neighbors and friends. There's no doubt that some people will find the documentary extremely disturbing, and I have to say that I had to pause my DVD player a couple of times. However, the film doesn't condescend. It shows how these men and women live their lives. And if that's not enough, it has some stunning photographs that really show what these people are up against. The very sight of these men and women, this film demonstrates, is so dehumanizing, that it's hard to see them as anything but victims. In fact, the film shows how much courage these men and women have to make these kind of sacrifices. The documentary is shot in a way that's very difficult to watch. We see these men and women in various situations, and the thing that struck me most is the way the director was able to show how these men and women deal with it. These people didn't give up. They have a very strong will. In fact, I was really struck by the way the director was able to show the effect of this work on these men and women. In addition, the documentary shows how much the people have to give up, but they still make the best of it. It's just a remarkable and moving documentary.

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Laura A.

Crazy Loners is a must-see for anyone who doesn't like rap music. The movie is primarily a doc on the rise of rap music and what it has done to our world. It's filled with music, performances, and interviews with the artists, as well as the people who influenced them. Many interviews are also from the mainstream rap music industry. However, I'm not just talking about the music, I'm talking about the people who influenced these artists and who make the music that is so popular today. I love rap music, I like to listen to it in the car, and I love to watch it on TV. However, when it comes to my opinion on it, I have to give credit to what's done by the mainstream rap music industry. This movie is extremely well done, and I believe it will be very well received. It's a must-see, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the music and about how it has changed our world.

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Alexander H.

Like the first, but this time with a bit more depth and political commentary. There was more of a critique of the government, but it's still a good documentary. When I first heard about the film I didn't think it would be any good. But after watching it I changed my mind. The film is very well done, it has a good story, good music, and some good actors. It's definitely worth a watch, it's definitely worth a watch. I'd recommend it, if you like political documentaries, you might enjoy it. And if you hate political documentaries, you might not like it.

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Nathan F.

I agree with the comments made by others. This documentary is essential viewing for all. I've seen it about a dozen times and I never tire of it. It's very informative and entertaining. The director does an outstanding job of portraying this real life event. I hope this documentary will help you to re-connect with your inner child and help you to enjoy your childhood again.

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Crystal H.

Great story and excellent story teller. I am a journalist and this was my first documentary. The documentary was not a piece of propaganda. It was a documentary about the rise of the IRA in Northern Ireland. This is the first documentary that I have watched. It was very informative and really made me feel like I knew the people and how they were feeling. The story is very moving and I recommend this film to anyone.

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Roger B.

In an interview with CNN, Franco took a jab at James Cameron's Avatar for not being able to match the visual impact of his work. Franco is correct, though, in that Cameron's film is one of the best films of all time, and in many ways surpasses Avatar in terms of visual impact and quality. Cameron is in some ways the opposite of Franco, and in this documentary Franco takes a more measured and rational approach to his work. This documentary has been well received by critics and audiences, and Franco has a lot of praise to pay for his effort. Franco's films are always very personal and very artistic, and while Franco's style is to overdo it in some scenes, the film still looks fantastic. Franco uses his camera to take viewers on a journey that most people will find appealing, and it is very enjoyable to watch.

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Laura Mills

The stark reality of the "capitalism of the Twenty-First Century" is one of the best things to come out of the documentary format in years. I can't see any other way of seeing it than as an attack on the policies that have led us here. It's not that the film is a great overview of the economic system. It's just that the facts are so convincing and so relevant to the current situation. I think the point that the director wants to make is that capitalism works only when it is unchecked. It's true that certain parts of the economy, like energy and healthcare, have benefited immensely from "free-market" reforms. But so have others, like manufacturing and the banking system, and it's certainly not the case that they are the only ones benefiting from the new economic system. As the director explains, it's not just that the economy is growing, but that so are the other sectors of the economy, like government and health care. This is only one example of a very common phenomenon in our current economic system: the destructive impacts of the free-market system are concentrated in a few sectors, and only a few people have the power to make it change. Capitalism may have created the whole economy, but it has also created a system in which a few can make the system work better for themselves, and a few can make the system work worse for everyone else. This is a problem, and it's a problem that we need to start to address. But for a more in-depth look at the economic system, the documentary series "The Corporation" by Tom Paine is a more useful and accessible option.

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Kyle Lawrence

While I have not read the book, I have read many of the many books that Mr. Eastwood wrote over the years, including "Bullitt," "Patton," "The Shooter," "The Last Picture Show," and many others. I have also read the many critical comments that have been made by various critics, as well as others. I believe that the critical criticism is fair, and that the only criticism that Mr. Eastwood has not been vindicated is his own. I personally believe that if we had to criticize something that has been so heavily criticized by others, it would be difficult to be objective. Mr. Eastwood has done a great job of bringing his own ideas and perceptions to the public, and in so doing, he has made it difficult to criticize the film. I am not sure whether it was because of the public's reaction to "The Deer Hunter," or the criticism that the public received, but Mr. Eastwood has not been vindicated. I believe that the public should have an opportunity to view the film, and that is what I was looking forward to when I saw the film. I believe that the public has to be given the opportunity to see this film, as I believe it is their right to do so, and that is what I was looking forward to. I believe that there was much that could have been done to make the public more aware of the film, including having the Director of the film present the film, making sure that the public was informed, and having other public officials speak out against the film. I believe that this is a good film, and I believe that it should be viewed by the public, so that we can discuss the issues raised in the film, and decide for ourselves whether we agree or disagree with them.

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Amy

This documentary is a study of the life of James Joyce, one of the most famous Irish writers. This film is set in Dublin in the early 1960s, when the writer was living in the country with his wife and children. We see his writing process and his way of life. We also see the influence of his wife and children on his writing, including the way his wife and children influenced his writing. The film includes many interviews with writers and their family members and friends, as well as his family, and we learn about the effect his writing had on his life. The movie also includes a lot of Irish humor and the characters are very well portrayed. This film is great for anyone who is interested in Irish history, literature, or the Irish culture.

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Patrick A.

The documentary "Quentin Tarantino: A Documentary" by Mike Davis (the same director who did "Pulp Fiction") takes us behind the scenes of Tarantino's first film "Kill Bill" and some of his more recent movies, with interviews with directors, writers, actors, and producers. The interviews are mainly limited to Tarantino himself, and although he seems to be a great interview subject, he is hardly given any time to say anything substantive. However, he does talk about his ideas for each movie, and is also a great conversationalist. He is, I believe, one of the most articulate, knowledgeable, and interesting interview subjects I've ever seen in an interview. The first hour or so is mostly about his early work, his first drafts of scripts, his ideas for the movie scripts, and his thoughts about the characters, and the director of the first film. But once the interviewers get into Tarantino's current work, they are allowed to delve into a little more of his background. This is a very interesting, fascinating, and very important look at one of the most influential filmmakers of the 21st century. For fans of Tarantino, this is a must-see. For film critics and fans of Tarantino, this is a must-see. The film will be an interesting interview subject for a long time. Highly recommended.

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Christian G.

This is one of the documentaries that really had me thinking while I was watching it. I've seen documentaries like this before. The thing that I really liked about it was that it really took me back to a time when I didn't know the music or culture at all. The director did a really good job of taking me back to the beginning. The story is based on an interview with Lalo Schifrin, the former director of "The Mexican" which had a huge impact on the Mexican music scene. He talks about the local music scene in Mexico and his views on what made it special. The director also talked about his views on music in general, although the music industry is very different to what he describes in the interview. I really liked the documentary because it was very honest and it showed me a place that I had never seen before. There is some really interesting information about Mexican music. I really liked it because it was very informative and it was interesting to hear people from different cultures explain their views on the music. I also think that it was very good because it shows me a different side of Mexican culture than I've always seen on TV. Overall, I think this documentary was very good. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who likes Mexican music.

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Peter Ruiz

I agree with most of the people who have commented on this film, but I think that a lot of people were misled by the film's director, Dr. Terrence Murphy, and how he was portrayed in the movie. Dr. Murphy was an activist in the 1960's, before he made his name in the 1970's with his research on the WGBHS. He was also an activist in the 60's, and is still an activist in the 70's. I believe that this movie has unfortunately tarnished his reputation. I do not agree with his remarks about the WGBHS, and he is not the only one who thinks that way. I believe that the media should be more tolerant of Dr. Murphy and his activism, and if they do not like it, they should not air his views on the WGBHS. Also, I would like to point out that Dr. Murphy is not an expert on the WGBHS. He is not a doctor, and is not qualified to make such a judgement. I believe that the media should do a better job of reporting on the subject, and not to be so picky about what they are reporting. Also, I believe that Dr. Murphy should not have been in the WGBHS. It is a shame that the media were not more tolerant of his views, and that he is so misrepresented.

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Alice

I was very impressed by the documentary. It is a great insight into the life of a famous person. The film is great for anyone who has ever had a close relationship with a celebrity. It also has great information on how the celebrities are treated by the public and how they can be very influential. I thought the film was very informative and entertaining. I would recommend this film to anyone.

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Patrick G.

I've seen this documentary on HBO many times and it is very interesting. I was expecting to see a lot of raw footage, but it turned out to be a very interesting documentary about a very difficult subject. It is interesting to see how some of the participants in the film, like Ken Loach, did not feel that they had the right to speak about their experiences. It is also interesting to see how some of the people who have spoken out against the film, like the editor of the Guardian and a few others, feel that they are being persecuted. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about what happened in the period of the Irish famine. I think that it is very important to know about the history of the Irish famine and the Irish people in general, and it is also important to know about the role of the Catholic church in the famine. This film is a must-see for everyone.

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Johnny H.

I've never been a fan of Mr. Haneke's work, but he is an exceptional filmmaker. He has a talent for showing the viewer a world of people, where they are not fully human, where they are not the same. This is a world where you are not even sure what is real, and you are not sure who is real and who is not. He is able to make you feel like you are there, and he is able to make you feel like you are in the middle of it all. I am glad to see him working with this great cast, and I hope that we will see more of him in the future. I hope that we will see him in the next documentary, and I hope that he will continue to make great films. 8/10

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Pamela Cox

It's been a while since I've seen a documentary on a film, but this one is a must see. The interviews with the cast and crew of this movie are a delight. This is a great film about the making of a great film. The cast and crew were very engaging and made you feel like you were a part of the movie. The interviews are very interesting and I highly recommend this documentary to anyone who loves to watch films.

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Madison S.

It's been ten years since I watched this documentary. It is hard to put into words what I remember about this movie. It is the first documentary I saw that had me, at the end of the movie, shocked and upset. I went to this movie thinking I knew what I was going to see. I knew that it would be hard to watch. I knew it was going to be a documentary about something that most people will never even know existed. But the truth was, I was shocked. I was very shocked to find out that this documentary was actually a true story. It was one of the most shocking things I have ever seen. The documentary was made in 2007 and I watched it at the very beginning of my term at University. I had no idea that the story was based on true events. I watched the documentary with a bunch of my friends who knew about the story. It made me feel very angry. I think that it was the most powerful documentary I had ever seen. The documentary had everything that a documentary should have, including great acting, and a great script. It was made for an audience that did not know about the story. It is difficult to understand the story if you have not lived it. It is a documentary about a life. I think that everyone should watch it. It is the most important documentary I have ever seen. I wish that the directors and producers had done this movie after they did the documentary about The Battle of Gettysburg. It would have been an excellent film. I will always remember that documentary for the powerful documentary that it was. I rate this documentary a 10 out of 10. I highly recommend it.

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Bruce M.

This movie was so emotionally powerful, and I was so moved by it. When you look at the movies you've seen in your life, there is one film that is like a symbol for all of them. This movie is so powerful because it doesn't blame society for it's problems, it shows you how to overcome it. I believe that the one person who didn't get it was a projection of the world around her. She wasn't trying to do anything wrong, and she didn't want to be in the wrong. It shows how important it is to change the world around us. It shows how much more we can accomplish when we are willing to do something about it. When you're willing to do something, you will eventually be able to accomplish it. I think that this is what the majority of people are missing. We don't know what we're capable of. If we know what we're capable of, we don't have to work so hard to achieve it. It's hard to achieve a dream when you know you're not capable of it, but if you have that dream, you have to work so hard to get it. So many people have failed at that. So many people have lost their dreams because they've given up trying. You can't give up. And most of the times that people give up, they've been given the wrong idea. So it's not a problem if you think that you can't achieve something. It's a problem if you think that you're not capable of doing it. I believe that this movie is one of the greatest movies of all time. I would rate it so highly. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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Patrick Schmidt

I'm a little biased as I was at the time the real life Henry Kissinger said he would do anything to be with Prince Philip and I had to take a break from work to see this. I thought it was very well done and there were some very interesting and entertaining moments that were never made on the film. I thought it was worth it and I was very impressed. I can't wait to see it again.

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Lawrence Thompson

Here we go again. There is only one rule: A documentary must have a better story, that is how it should be done. This film is well structured, beautifully shot, well edited, well edited. It is a must see for all true fans of cinema, and a must see for any film fan. I had to watch it twice, I was so immersed. Not because I'm a film fan, I'm not. I'm just a film fan. This film is a perfect example of how a film can be made, it is a perfect example of how a story is told, how a story is told. It has so much to say about so many things, and yet it is so, so little. I do not understand how anyone could give this film such a low rating, or give such a low rating for it, it is just so damn good. I can't think of one single negative thing to say about it, and I still watch it over and over again. It is just a film, it has no story, no characters, it has no points to make. It is just a film. This is a true masterpiece of film-making, and one of the greatest films ever made. If you haven't seen this film yet, watch it, I dare you. It is a must watch. 10/10

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Pamela B.

I just finished watching this documentary and I really enjoyed it. It was very different from the usual documentary style. It was very fast paced, and really let you know what was going on and who was doing what. It was a bit more realistic than a typical documentary, which can make it seem a little boring. The subject matter was extremely important to me, and it was a great honor to be able to do the interview with both the journalist and the man in the film. I found it extremely interesting to see the information in the documentary get more and more accurate over time, as well as the people involved in the project. I highly recommend this film to anyone interested in environmental issues, or anyone who just wants to know more about the information that was given in the film.

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Ruth

I saw this film at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. I thought it was great. It's a great story about the possibility of a better world. The story is also interesting about the difficulties of women, or women in general. It's a great film and worth watching. If you are looking for a movie to watch this year, then you should definitely check this one out. The film is based on a book by a woman named Judith Sherwood. She is a former British political adviser who has written a book called "The New Rules of Women". The film shows Sherwood's life as she goes through the years as a woman in politics, and how that led her to the feminist movement that became women's liberation. I also loved how the film showed the struggles that women had when they started to become an activist. This film is a great movie about the future, and I think this is a good film for anyone who wants to see a great film about the future of women.

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Aaron Walters

I remember reading some of the comments for this documentary, and it really is a very interesting look at the lives of some of the more influential people in pop culture. I'm not a big fan of pop culture, but I enjoyed this documentary. The history is interesting, and the filmmakers did a very good job of piecing together all the information they could about this period in pop history. The reason I enjoyed this documentary so much is because I am an avid fan of music history. The documentary is a great way to learn about some of the most influential bands in history, and the music they made. The fact that they did not paint the band members in a positive light just added to the significance of the interviews. The interviews are all very interesting and entertaining. I really enjoyed this documentary, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in pop culture.

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Lauren

This is a documentary about the real life of "Stiffler" a.k.a. Chuck Bower. This was a true story, and I would highly recommend it. Although I am not a Chuck Bower fan, I can't really say I wasn't impressed with this documentary. "Stiffler" is a real life that was great, but sadly and not so great at the same time. The main highlight of this documentary is the story of the people who was part of the Stiffler story. It is hard to understand why this person was so famous in the early 80's, and now. I would also say the story of this man was very much influenced by his drug abuse. For example, when he was introduced to cocaine, his mental state became worse and worse. He had a girlfriend who got pregnant and a girlfriend who was caught and that is the reason he was caught. I found out he was a meth head and it was something he told his sister about. He said " I am not going to be with anyone that is on drugs". This is something that the drug abuse that he had did not change. That was what he told his sister about. Another thing that I found interesting was that when he first became famous, he was probably the most successful drug user and he was in a very bad condition. He was probably on cocaine, and he was getting a bad skin condition and had no energy. This made him so much weaker. However, he overcame all that and did get his fame. In the end, he was the most successful drug user of all time. So I believe that the story of this man was amazing and that he was a huge influence on the world. However, in my opinion he was also the worst drug user ever and had a horrible mental state. His drug use also made him look like he had lost control of his life, and it did not work out as well as he wanted it to. Another thing that I really liked was that the documentary covered the whole story of his life and that he was never ashamed of his drug use. He was not ashamed of it, and he was proud of it. He was also proud of his accomplishments in the world of music. I believe that the best thing in this documentary was the story of his mother. I think that she was a great influence on his life and that she was very loving towards him. It was also a great life lesson for him. He learned about love, and that is something that he wanted to learn. This documentary was interesting and I highly recommend it.