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The Judge is a movie starring Kholoud Al-Faqih. A verité legal drama about Judge Kholoud Al-Faqih, the first woman appointed to a Shari'a court in the Middle East, whose career provides rare insights into both Islamic law and...

Running Time
1 hours 16 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Erika Cohn
Kholoud Al-Faqih
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A verité legal drama about Judge Kholoud Al-Faqih, the first woman appointed to a Shari'a court in the Middle East, whose career provides rare insights into both Islamic law and gendered justice.

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Michael G.

An excellent film about the role of the courts in society, one that deserves to be seen. There is a lot of material to talk about and I think that is the strength of the film. The film is a study of the court system, and the people involved in the system. It is a must see for those who want to know more about the system and the people involved in the system.

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I was watching this on the BBC one day and I heard one of the British judges say something about how this film would not have been possible in the U.S. I was surprised but then I thought that he was being somewhat humorous. So I watched it and I found it a very insightful documentary that shows the contrast between the two cultures in a very convincing way. And the way the film was filmed was very different from the way the judge interviewed him. He spoke with some British accent, like a judge from England, but he was never funny or moving, like he was on his way to a US judge. So this film is a very good one. If you like documentary's like this, it's a must watch.

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Lauren Gordon

The story of the Judge is told in a format that is common to documentaries. We see many scenes of each witness testifying, giving testimony about what happened and how the story ended. However, it is more of a feature than a documentary. The jury is not shown nor is the judge or the court reporter, and we do not know how much time is spent on the case and how much it cost. What we do know is that the story is very compelling and that the narrative is highly structured, the editing is superb, and the camera work is excellent. It is an excellent work that deserves many more views. The Judge is not for everyone, and those who are not able to understand the story may find it to be tedious. However, it is an excellent documentary that should be given more exposure.

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Julie B.

This documentary is a must see for anyone who has any of the above genetic diseases. It tells the story of Dr. Miriam Ochs, a gynecologist who found a cure for cervical cancer at the same time her son was diagnosed with the same disease. Dr. Ochs' work was so revolutionary that she was harassed by the FDA when it was discovered that she had a cure for cervical cancer. The documentary shows Dr. Ochs and her husband Harvey in the early 1950s when they discovered the cure for cervical cancer and how they fought the FDA. It also shows her husband Harvey's attempts to bring the FDA to her and her work on the cervical cancer trials. There is great footage of her husband, then-President Bill Clinton, and the FDA as well as the science behind her work. This is an incredible film, and I think everyone should see it.

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What a masterpiece! This is a must see documentary! The story of Ronald Reagan and the 1980 election can be summarized in 3 simple sentences. And it is not that hard to understand. This film will have you rolling on the floor with laughter. If you liked this documentary please watch "Big Daddy" and "The Ten Commandments" and then read the book "Fahrenheit 9/11" by Michael Moore. You will see how the press was controlled by special interests. And you will see how George W. Bush has destroyed all of our freedoms. You will see how our freedoms are being taken away from us. You will see the changes in the culture of the country that will happen when it is changed. You will see how the media has become more dangerous than the terrorists. And you will see how much money is being spent on government and how it is taking over our media. So please take a look at this film and share it with your friends. Watch it and be amazed by this documentary. It is worth every penny and you will love it.

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The Judge is a documentary on Judge Roy Moore's candidacy for the United States Senate in Alabama, on the eve of the first of the Alabama special election for that seat. The film features interviews with women who say that Moore sexually assaulted or harassed them when they were teenagers, Moore's own ex-wife, and his former assistant and staff at the Alabama Supreme Court. The film is done in a serious, factual style, but also in a way that the viewer is just as much in the room as Moore is, and so that he or she feels as if they are there. The film runs almost 2 hours, but it is not overly long. The subject is so serious that it becomes difficult to know how to end it. The movie is a bit slow to begin with, but in the end it is an engrossing and thought-provoking story. It is a story about the real-life real-life events that the characters in this film, including Moore, tell. As much as the film is a story of a bad politician trying to win elections, the film is also a story about how human beings can be both good and bad. The film tells the story of how an Alabama Supreme Court justice, Roy Moore, rose to the top of the Alabama Supreme Court to become a respected and powerful judge. Moore is trying to re-write the state's law as it applies to the state's largest city, Birmingham, to protect the poor and disenfranchised. But he is doing this with the support of powerful people, including Alabama's Governor, Robert Bentley, and a well-funded campaign led by his wife, Kayla Moore. While it is true that Moore was elected to the Alabama Supreme Court on the strength of his conservative views, the film also shows how Moore has become a powerful, divisive figure in Alabama politics. In Alabama, there are only two parties; the GOP and the Democrats. Moore is trying to get elected to the Alabama Supreme Court and to the Governor's office, but he is also being pushed by powerful people and powerful organizations to bring down the state's largest city, Birmingham. Moore is going to force the city to do something that it is not willing to do. In the end, Moore's re-write of the law could change Birmingham in ways that Alabama has not seen in a very long time. However, Moore is doing it at the expense of the rest of the state. Moore is trying to force the state to do something that it is not willing to do. This is not a partisan issue in Alabama. It is a real issue for Alabama citizens, and it is a real issue for Alabama. While Moore is trying to win elections in Alabama, it is also Moore who is trying to be a public figure in Alabama. He has become a public figure in Alabama, and he is not going to let anyone who tries to get him out of the way of his goals succeed. Moore is a man of a deeply-rooted, deeply-rooted, deeply-rooted and deeply-rooted belief system. He is not just a politician who wants to make Alabama great again. He is a man who wants to remake Alabama in a way that he sees fit. The film ends with Moore talking to one of his supporters. Moore tells the supporter that he will not allow the removal of monuments from the Alabama state capitol to take away from the country's strength and greatness. "We're never going to stop fighting," Moore tells the supporter. "We're never going to stop fighting." Moore is a man who is going to continue fighting, and he is not going to be defeated. Alabama voters will have to decide whether or not Moore wins the election.

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Diane Flores

Good documentary. Although I am sure that you can find at least one person who thinks that this documentary is a bit biased, it is fair. In fact I think that most people who are taking part in this documentary are doing it because they like how it is presented. A very good documentary, all around. Very well done.

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This is a very interesting documentary that is not afraid to show the harsh realities of the justice system. The fact that the man who is now in prison for life did not take the plea offer that would have ended his case when he first appeared before the court, shows the power of the legal system. I would also like to point out that the original case that the state filed against him, was handled by a district attorney who was determined to go to trial. It is interesting to see how the courts handle cases in the same way and it is very disturbing to see that the system is not totally fair. I would also like to point out the perspective of people who have a different perspective on the system. The only argument that the man who was innocent in this case has is that he was not sure whether the law was being followed. I personally feel that there is a difference between being unsure of what the law is and not being able to follow it. This is a good documentary that I think everyone should see.

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In the wake of what has been described as the 'trend of the few' in the US, we are experiencing the rise of a 'less than few'. It is this reality that 'The Judge' serves as a representation of. You may think that this is just another story of young people getting ahead through hard work and hard work alone, but there is more to it. The 'less than few' are actually the ones who are making the majority of the laws. The movie takes us to the most populous state, California, where we meet the leaders of the people who enact laws to guide the rest of us. The 'less than few' are the ones making the majority of the laws in the US. In order to balance this out, a special court is put in place to make sure that the people who write the laws and those who make them know that these laws are made by the people, and not the people. 'The Judge' is an eye-opener. A clear and powerful film that will leave you with a real insight into the changes taking place in the US today.

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Tyler Johnston

This is a documentary that I could watch over and over again, and if you like documentaries this is one of the best I have ever seen. There are so many scenes that speak to a lot of peoples lives, whether they be a retired veteran, a single parent, or someone who simply wants to help people in any way they can. From the mothers of two deceased soldiers, to the homeless men and women of the city, to people of all ages, this documentary is an amazing eye opener. There are many stories from so many different places, and this film can be watched over and over again. It's a must watch, and I highly recommend this film for all of you that want to be educated about any aspect of your life. You'll be so much happier for it.

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Crystal Banks

This film has to be one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It starts off with a pre-sentencing interview with the convicted murderers and then follows the trial of the two young men. The film really shines through the court case because you can tell how hard it was for the prosecution to prove that the boys committed these crimes. It is true that they didn't really have the evidence to prove that the boys committed the crimes. However, the prosecution showed how powerful they were to make this case. The camera shots during the trial show that the prosecution had no other way of proving their case and how they could get away with it. The question is did the boys deserve to spend the rest of their lives in prison? I will give the film an A for effort. I think the film is very well done and there is a lot of information that you can take away from this film. This is a must see documentary for all to see.

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Jane Mendoza

This film is about how a woman wants to know who her father is, why he was killed and why he did it. The film is very well done, the performances are great, the subject matter is very well handled and the pacing is very good. I have to say that this film is a story that needs to be told, and the film makers should be applauded for bringing this story to the screen. I'm not even going to waste time saying how much I loved this film because there is so much I can say and the film makers deserve great credit for doing this. My biggest complaint about the film is that it is a little bit too long. It is a bit too long and sometimes I was left waiting for something to happen, something to make the film work. This is definitely a film that needs to be seen to be believed, but I think that it deserves more time on the screen. My only regret about the film is that it is not longer and it could have been so much more. The film makers have done an amazing job in bringing this story to the screen. I hope that more films like this will be made.

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Dylan K.

The film is based on a true story of a man's "The Judge" (1982). A man, Eugene Allen Stewart, was convicted of the rape of a woman, Janice Welles, and sentenced to death. He was released on parole in 1990 and he was pardoned by President Bill Clinton. At that time he was married to Connie Jeane Baker, who would later become a popular singer. After his release, the New York Times reported that Stewart had been spending time with friends and his ex-wife. Stewart was not charged with the rape. He was charged with having an illegitimate child with Baker and with being in a relationship with Baker. He was convicted of having an illegitimate child, and the conviction was overturned. In 1993, Baker was convicted of first-degree manslaughter, and she was sentenced to three years in prison. She is serving her sentence in the New York State Penitentiary in Albany. He was not charged with the rape. He was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, but the case was dismissed. Stewart is currently in his forties and lives in a nursing home. He has not been able to marry Baker, and he is married to a fourth time. The film is just terrific. It is one of those films you watch and think, "That was fascinating, but I just don't know what happened." It is difficult to explain the film to someone who has not seen it. The film is shot in black and white, so that you can see what is happening. The film shows how life is changing for men who are convicted for rape. The film is also about the media. They have reported that Stewart's sentence was reversed, but I would not call it a victory. In fact, Baker was not freed until 1997. The film is not a "good" film. But it is so important. The reason is simple: because it is important that men, women, and children be treated fairly. There are still two million rapists in the United States. Most of them are men. There are 4 million women who have been raped. There are six million children who are sexually abused. Only 20% of the women who have been raped have been able to report it. Women are still raped in this country. The problem is that our justice system does not give men, women, and children the same respect that they deserve. I was one of the leading voices on the Commission on the Status of Women, and I was fortunate to have served on the Commission. I met and worked with all of the Commissioners. Many of the Commissioners were fantastic. It was very important to me that the Commission was able to get unanimous support. I have been a director, a producer, and a writer. I also have been a journalist. I have been in prison, and I have been a survivor of sexual violence. I want to say that, because I feel that it is my duty to do so. If we are serious about the situation of women and children who have been sexually abused,

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Randy Little

In an excellent documentary, "The Judge," presented by PBS, the film makes it clear that this is a very important film. In the course of its telling, the film shows, as well as the participants, how the judges and jurors, as well as the attorneys, attorneys, lawyers, and victims, reacted to the evidence and their decisions. The film is a wonderful, extremely well done documentary. The actors did a wonderful job of conveying their feelings and the emotion of the real events. The subject matter and the attention to detail, the people interviewed, the documentation of the "evidence," and the documentary format are all excellent.

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Julia W.

I am not a huge fan of Johnnie Walker so I had very low expectations when I saw this movie. I found it to be very entertaining, and thought the interview segments were great. I also loved the use of sound and music, and how they managed to get the movie into a modern day setting. Also, I liked the behind the scenes of the movie, and how the interviews were done. You felt like you were there. It was a bit of a slow start, but I'm sure if you pay attention to it, you'll get to it. It was very entertaining and an excellent movie.

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Ronald P.

This is a beautifully made documentary about an attorney, Matt McQuade, who for over 30 years has represented the rich and powerful in the cases that made his name. Mr. McQuade was an attorney for the prestigious law firm of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, where he was the highest paid member of the team. His client list includes the Duke, Ford, and Rockefeller families, and was also represented by Henry Kissinger and Robert Rubin. Mr. McQuade is no longer associated with these cases, and is now a family member of Bill Clinton. As Mr. McQuade begins to speak of his experiences with the Clinton family, we begin to sense that the most important story of his life was not about his professional work, but rather about the lives of the people that he represented. We see Mr. McQuade's family, and their reaction to his work. We see the disappointment with the Clintons after the Monica Lewinsky scandal, and the hope that his work will continue. We see Mr. McQuade's wife as she begins to see the wisdom and experience of her husband. We see Mr. McQuade's son in a public speech about the campaign against the obesity crisis. Mr. McQuade, in the middle of the speech, says, "It's not about politics, it's about life." These are the words that define this documentary.

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David Marshall

I saw this movie on a very low budget. I really appreciated it. The cinematography is amazing. I really liked the story. The actors were really good. I would recommend it to anyone who has a love for movies.

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Jack Peterson

I am a huge fan of Robert F. Kennedy. I've watched over two hours of his interviews and documentaries and just finished watching "The Case of the Smoking Gun" and "The Truth About Camel Cigarettes". I liked the documentary very much. It was very informative, it gave great insights into the people who knew and were affected by JFK's assassination, and it was entertaining. There were many things I found to be good and interesting. For example, it's very interesting to see what people thought about the attack on JFK and JFK's assassination. I would recommend watching it. It's well worth it. There are also some very funny moments in the film. In my opinion, it's great to watch this documentary because it's so interesting to see how people reacted to the assassination of JFK. It's also interesting to see how JFK and his friends reacted to his death and how they all reacted to his death. I would definitely recommend this documentary because it's very informative and entertaining. I liked it very much. My rating: 9/10.

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Roy B.

This is a good documentary for anyone that wants to know more about the trial of the famous gangster. I think this movie shows that a man is not a prisoner of his fate, and that sometimes you are the only one who knows how the world really works and how you should behave in life. Another thing that shows that a man should never be afraid to act alone is that he had the guts to confront a man who had a lot of people that believed in him and his ideals, and to stand up for the truth. He was a man of his word, but at the end of the day he was a gangster, and he had to do what he thought was right. I highly recommend this movie to anyone that is interested in the history of mobsters. I also recommend this movie to anyone that is a fan of Nick Cage's, and wants to learn more about him. In conclusion, this is a must watch movie for everyone!

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Christina T.

At first, I thought this movie was going to be a snore fest. It was nothing like that at all. After seeing this movie I want to go back to the same movies I went to see in high school. The acting was good, and I liked how they tied the original show to the movie. I can see why people would want to see this movie, because it is very well done. It has a great storyline and it is very interesting. The ending is very interesting as well. It is well worth the time to see this movie. 9/10

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I think this is the first documentary I have ever watched and I am happy to say that I found it very insightful and insightful. The documentary's content is very interesting and I would recommend it to anyone who has any interest in the courts and justice. I would also like to say that I would recommend watching this documentary for free. The filmmakers are very generous with their time and it shows in their style of making the film. I can't say enough good things about this documentary.

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I cannot recommend this movie enough. This is by far the best documentary I have seen about the H-1B visa program. I do not agree with the rest of the negative reviews. I think the H-1B visa program is more about getting cheap labor than the program itself. If it is a program that only allows foreign workers for certain jobs and they get visas for those jobs, why are the foreign workers being paid far more than the American workers who are being held against their will? I hope this movie makes people understand the importance of the H-1B visa program. People have been misled about it in the past and I think this documentary helps to explain why. The companies that hire these H-1B workers do not actually have to pay them the H-1B wage rate. What they do have to do is train them for the job and then they can get H-1B visas. If the companies had to pay the H-1B wage rate then they would not hire these foreign workers. I think the H-1B program is very important. I hope everyone who reads this review understands the importance of this program and hopefully will try to find the time to see this documentary. I have tried to find it but I don't know where. I can only hope that someone will make a DVD of this documentary for people to watch and make up their own minds about it.

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Rebecca V.

This is a documentary that really takes the viewer on a journey with a single character, a man who is called 'Mr. Judge' and is just one of the main characters in a multi-million dollar lawsuit that is very much about a man who was diagnosed with a brain tumor. It's a very real documentary and a really good one at that. The writing is very good, you really get to know the character of Mr. Judge and you can really feel for him and his family. I really liked this film and I highly recommend it to anyone. I have watched it many times and it never gets old. It's a great film and I highly recommend it to anyone. It's a great documentary. Rating 10/10

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Emma Smith

The documentary features interviews with "The Judge" himself, George Clooney, and David Fincher, the director of "The Social Network", the movie which was nominated for three Academy Awards. They talk about how George Clooney came to be cast as the character of "The Judge", the difficulties in portraying a character of such a complicated and, at times, difficult personality. George also talks about his very personal relationship with his father, and how his father was affected by the deaths of his family. The documentary also covers the recent financial crisis in Europe, and the "American Dream", the theme of which is the idea of wealth being the ultimate source of happiness. George talks about the failure of the American Dream, the difficulties of building wealth in America, and the importance of protecting the environment. David Fincher, in his second Oscar nomination, talks about his film "The Social Network", and the controversy that surrounded the movie. He talks about the controversy surrounding the movie, and the complexity of the social networks and the society we live in. David also talks about his own career, and talks about his personal life, his family and his relationship with his wife. David is a very interesting man, and the documentary is very informative, but it doesn't really capture the "social" side of the film, and it doesn't capture the ideas that are being expressed by the director. Still, the documentary is very interesting, and worth watching.

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Julia H.

This is a wonderful documentary about the life of Judge Roy Bean. It is very rare to find a documentary on the life of a person that is so interesting and yet so boring. I have never seen a documentary that so completely captured the life of a person as this one. It was a pleasure to watch this documentary. It is a documentary that every person should see. The best part about this documentary is that it is not a documentary that is about the judge, but about the people around him. It is a documentary about a man who is so important in the world of music, but has never really been known by the public. This documentary is a good example of how to make a documentary.

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Bryan Ramirez

It is hard to believe that we are only half way through the third year of the Obama administration. We have had two years of serious attacks on the Constitution and on our very way of life. Obama has laid the foundation for the future of the republic. This film shows that the only way to stop the descent into tyranny is to put the government out of business and put the Constitution back in its place. This film shows the government as an alien force and does a great job of exposing that. It also makes you realize that the system is not the only one. It is all of our own institutions. We are the ones that have created the entire mess and are in control of it. The only way to get rid of this government is to do away with all of it and to give the power to the people. This film is a must see for all Americans and anyone interested in the future of this country. It is very interesting to see how the media and the government have gone about destroying the country. The media is a tool of the government and if we do not do something about it we will be on the same side as the government. I would recommend this film to anyone and everyone.

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Christian Sims

This is one of the most honest documentaries I have ever seen. The film is very well made and the way it is presented makes it so much more than just a documentary. This film should be required viewing for every citizen of this country. I have never seen such a great documentary about the drug war in America. It is so honest and realistic and really shows that the people in the drug war are not just the bad guys but are actually good people. I was so impressed by the film that I immediately ordered the DVD and am waiting for the 2nd DVD.

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Susan Willis

I've been watching documentaries on this subject for years and have always found it a very difficult subject to cover and I always had a "too many topics to cover" syndrome. However, I did not expect to come away with any real enjoyment from this movie. Instead, I was shocked by what I was watching. I was moved to tears and so was the entire audience. I don't want to spoil any parts of the movie, but it will probably surprise most people to know that I have a background in journalism and worked on several investigative stories on the tobacco industry. I have not worked on a documentary on this subject in many years, but this is by far the most thorough, up-to-date, and fascinating documentary I have ever seen. It is one of the most gripping films I have seen in a long time and it should be required viewing in all journalism courses in the United States. I have been a fan of Michael Moore since he became famous in the late eighties and was immediately impressed by the documentary he did on the Bush Administration's cover-up of the U.S. involvement in the Iraq War. So I was skeptical when I saw that he was going to tackle the topic of the tobacco industry and what it's true effect was on the lives of those who were addicted. However, I was not disappointed. The film is extremely compelling. It is not the type of documentary I will watch repeatedly. However, I will watch it several times because it is such a gripping story. The film does not come out and make the claim that cigarettes are bad for you. It simply presents the scientific evidence that there is a link between smoking and cancer and that this link has been demonstrated over and over again. It also presents evidence that smoking does not lead to cardiovascular disease or diabetes. It simply presents the evidence. What I liked most about this film was that it used very few images. Many of the images were static. These images are very moving and extremely powerful. The strength of the film is in its narration. The way it tells the story is so powerful and compelling that the audience is left with a sense of hope. The "smoking" images, for example, are powerful because they show the effects of the nicotine in the cigarette on the body. One of the most powerful images in the film is a single cigarette burning a hole in the side of a young boy's face. This is not a "scientific" image, but is a true image. We know the truth about smoking, but the depiction of this event as a tragic accident and a miracle of God is powerful. As the film progressed, the narration became more and more powerful as it had more and more images. It was like we were watching a video tape being made. I felt so moved and so strongly convinced of the truth of what I was witnessing. The film does not make a claim or present a solution to the problem of smoking. However, it does suggest that there are some things that can be done to reduce the damage and to reduce the number of people that smoke. This is not a condemnation of cigarettes, but a warning that there is a connection between smoking and many of the negative health effects we have seen in our history. I am not a smoker and I don't think I will ever be a smoker, but I did not find the film too depressing or depressing to watch. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in a powerful, moving, and thought-provoking documentary that will help inform them of the effects that smoking has on people and the value of quitting. This is a must-see movie and I can't recommend it enough.

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Harry H.

I love watching documentaries and this documentary is on my top 5. It's fascinating to see how the U.S. judicial system works. I have never heard of Richard Hofsoll, who was a prosecutor in Los Angeles in the 1970s. But, through his work, he was involved in the arrest of the two defendants in the 1992 U.S. Supreme Court case of Adnan Syed and his wife, Hae Min Lee. This documentary is based on a book called "The Loop: The Rise and Fall of Adnan Syed." It was written by my mentor, journalist, and academic Deborah Lipstadt. I think it is very well done and not only does it tell the story of Adnan Syed, but it tells the story of the U.S. judicial system and the legal system of the U.S. When I was in the U.S., I was involved in many, many cases and I have read several books by the people involved in the cases. It's interesting to hear how the legal system is affected by a case and how some people get put in prison. This documentary is on my top 5. It's a very good documentary.

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Jack Hughes

The heart of this film is the testimony of two women who were victims of domestic violence and of their abuser's violent behavior. It is a powerful and inspiring story of women who are strong, and who know that they can fight back. The film itself, though, is not focused on a single person. It is a story of abuse in general, and the abuse of violence by all parties. There are numerous testimonies from women who describe how the abuse and violence affected their lives, and how they did not know what to do. The film is extremely effective in conveying this message. This film is a must see. 9/10

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Jeremy M.

Let me begin by saying that I am a huge Bruce Willis fan. As a kid, I watched him play various roles in movies, such as "The Rifleman" (1978), "Porky's" (1982), "Red Heat" (1982), and "Gone in Sixty Seconds" (1990), among others. The movie I was most looking forward to was "The Judge." The movie follows Bruce Willis, who plays an aging judge on death row. The judge, played by Bruce Willis, is fed up with the abuse that he is getting at the hands of his guards. So he decides to go on a killing spree. This is the first movie I saw Bruce Willis in. I would say that his acting was good. However, I wasn't a huge fan of his acting. I found his acting to be very childish and a little cheesy at times. The character he played was a little childish, but I can see why it would appeal to young children. I think that Bruce Willis does a good job at playing this character. I do think that this is the first movie that he did that was actually interesting. I would like to say that I am not a huge fan of Bruce Willis. But I did like this movie and I think that it is a good movie to see.

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I would say this is one of the best documentaries I've seen in years. The show it's self was an hour and a half of all of the amazing details of the life of Roger Ebert. I have been a fan of Roger for years. I have a DVD of his documentaries and I will always love his interviews and his passion for film. This documentary was an amazing feat in making this happen. I have seen all of his work. And, of course, the movie. I have never seen a documentary about Roger that was as amazing as this one. He is an incredible person. I loved the way he talks about his life and all of the stories he's heard and how they have shaped his career. He is such an interesting person. He's so passionate about what he does and how he does it. It's a joy to watch. The most amazing part of this documentary was when he tells a story about what it was like to make his first film. You see how he tells his story of making it and then how he's going to tell his story of how he made the film. It's just so beautiful. I would recommend this documentary to everyone. I can't wait to get the DVD so that I can watch it over and over again. I think anyone should see this documentary. I don't think you'll be disappointed. I loved it. I highly recommend.

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Andrew J.

What to say about this film? How to describe it? None of the questions really mattered. It's a movie that creates an illusion and then explores the matter in a positive way. The story about the judge was not the most important thing. It was the fact that this movie was a study of how Hollywood manipulates people and how this "art" is something very old and is so powerful. I have watched many movies in my life and I have always been fascinated by this type of movies, especially when they were told in a really good way. This movie is simply a beautiful example of what can be done and how much more powerful the truth can be. I would highly recommend it. It is one of the best movies I have ever watched. It is also a good example of how much better and more powerful documentaries can be and how much more it can be used.

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Lisa Kennedy

The whole interview with Roger Ebert was so interesting, I could watch this again and again. It's one of the most fascinating stories in all of movie making. It's about how a studio tries to cut a story short to get more money and cut out the weakest part of the story. It's fascinating to see the actual phone calls that were made between the director and the studio head to try and have the story trimmed down. It's so interesting to hear the director talking about why he doesn't like the story so much, it's like the entire film was his answer to that question. The film also gives us a chance to hear the real story behind the film and why it's such a big hit. I recommend this documentary to anyone who has ever had to cut something short in film and to anyone who is a fan of the story.

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First, I'd like to say that I haven't seen many documentaries before. I've been watching a lot of movies and I was so interested in this one that I decided to watch it. I think the subject is very interesting and this movie is not only informative, but also entertaining. In fact, I think this is the best movie I have seen this year. It's very interesting and I think it is a good example of how to do a documentary. As for me, I can't remember a single mistake that I found in the whole movie. I think this is an excellent movie. It's so important to talk about what the judges are doing when they decide on the cases. It's important to be transparent and give a real opinion of what the judges are thinking. I really recommend it. I hope you like it.

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Robert Ross

I have never heard of this movie before but I saw it as a cable show and I was amazed. I thought it was really good. I never knew the story behind the controversy and the trial. I also loved the narration of the story. The judge has to deal with his own family and the problems that he faces as he is an uncle to two of his nephews. It was a fascinating story. I think the ending was the best part of the film. It was kind of touching. I think the message of the film is that people are too busy dealing with their problems that they don't see the bigger picture. I think the message of the film is that there is no one perfect person. It also shows the difference between a judge and a judge. There is a judge that is a good judge and a judge that is a bad judge. The movie shows the judge as a very nice person and a very caring person. The judge is a man of his time and there is no one better than him. I think the movie is a must see for all viewers.

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Barbara R.

I watched this film for a first time last week. My interest in it began when I first saw the trailer. I am a very picky viewer, but I decided to see it. The film is about two men who are set up by the government to do some sort of crime. After they are arrested, they are set up again. I don't know what happened to them in the end, but it was enough for me to get caught up in it. The film is so far out of the norm that it seems almost satirical. The film is shot so oddly that it makes you wonder if the characters are making it up or if they are actually there. This is one of those films that you should see before you die. You can never get enough of it. This is a must see film.

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I've never been to a film festival before, and this was one of the best I've ever seen. The whole festival was amazing, and I was very impressed with the documentary. The information in the film was very easy to understand and follow. I recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the issue of immigration and the border fence. I think that the film is a great example of how people should act towards their fellow man, regardless of what nationality they are. It is a good example of how people can learn more about the issue of immigration and how we can help each other. I think that this film is very inspiring and should be seen by everyone. I would definitely recommend it to anyone.

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I just saw this movie on Cinemax on November 10th. The movie was a great experience. It's not a movie that you have to be a Christian to like, but it has a message of hope and justice that is difficult to ignore. This movie is full of great things, like the amazing cast, the incredible story, and the ability to tell the story in a way that you don't have to take away from the message. I have never had a theater experience like this before. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone, because it is something that anyone can enjoy.

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Donald Stevens

This film is a wonderful documentary about the court system, and how it can be used for injustice and not justice. I think it is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It does not make a lot of sense at first, but it does get better as it goes. It is a very insightful film that should be seen by anyone who is interested in the criminal justice system. The acting is great, and the story is great. I give it a "7" out of 10.

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I am very surprised that this film is only rated as a 7.8. It is not only a brilliant documentary, it is also a tribute to the true talents of the Director, the Cast, and of course the entire crew. I can only recommend this film to people who enjoy great documentaries, and especially those who are like me, a film buff, and not necessarily into documentaries. But I recommend this film to everyone.

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I saw this movie on HBO late last night. I was really looking forward to this one. This is the type of movie that will definitely get people talking about the issue of "whether the death penalty is cruel and unusual punishment." It's not going to be popular, but it's an important and important movie. I can't recommend it enough. I will say that the movie was extremely well done, but it was not a high quality production. There were many scenes where the director did not show the whole thing. I think it was the right thing to do, because it would have been too much. And, if you don't know, I was born in 1983. So, I can't say that I have seen the whole thing. I can tell you that I have heard people talk about this movie before it was released, and they would say things like, "it's not fair that people have to watch this, or that it's just a pro-death penalty movie." I'm not going to say that it is not a good movie, but it definitely is not a pro-death penalty movie. If you really want to talk about the death penalty, see the movie "The Butler," which is an amazing movie about the United States of America and the death penalty. This is not a pro-death penalty movie, and it's certainly not going to change your mind about the death penalty. You just need to talk to people who have seen this movie. It's an important movie and should be seen by as many people as possible. This is the type of movie that will make a difference.

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I remember when I was in college and had a good friend who was interested in the American Dream. I remember her and I discussing what it would take to make us "prosperous." We were still discussing it, and I was only making guesses. I always knew that in order to have money, you have to have a family, a girlfriend, and a job. I think that is the reason why the movie is a bit of a letdown. I'm sure if you went to school or did anything remotely similar to this, you'd be happy. But it is just like the 80's; not everyone can have the American Dream. I was expecting the movie to be more about the "I can do it" and "I am not giving up on my dreams" and all of the Hollywood cliches that are too common in this time period. Instead, it was more of a "I am living proof that there are people like you and I". I think this is what I want to know before I start to make a documentary. I don't want to spend years working on something and be done with it. I wanted to know if I would be happy with myself or if I would be satisfied with what I have. I'm not saying that you have to be a millionaire to be happy with your life, but the person that has to work hard to get there. I also felt that the movie didn't focus enough on the aspect of being financially secure. I think it would have been better if they showed how he got to the point where he was able to buy a house. I think he showed that his parents didn't live a luxury lifestyle, but rather he just found himself and his own way. I think it was a great movie. It did make me want to study the American Dream, but it wasn't that deep. I think the movie would be a good one to watch once.

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Paul Morris

This film was a treat for me, being an avid fan of Jack Black. I can tell you from my experience with this movie that it was a great film, and Jack Black was fantastic. I think people who are new to the Jack Black brand of comedy will not like the film, but if you are a fan of his, you will be entertained throughout. It also has some great themes about family and the meaning of life. The dialogue was witty and well put together, and although it is not something that many people will relate to, it is a good film for people who have an interest in culture and life.

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Phillip J.

I was fortunate enough to go to the world premiere of the film at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, where the director was also present, in Los Angeles. My friends and I were able to stay in a room at the same hotel for free, just so we could watch the film. After the film was over, the entire room was full of people, and even though the film was over, the audience was still talking about it. I was impressed by the emotional depth of the film, and how the director captured so much of the problems of the prison system. This is a must see film for any person that believes in justice.

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Alice H.

This is the first time I have seen the documentary "The Judge" (2011). I am not a big fan of the film genre, so I did not really have high expectations. But I have to say, I really enjoyed the film. I think the documentary is interesting and informative, but I think it could have been a little bit better. The documentary starts off very well, but once the documentary is over, it loses its impact. The documentary is a good start to the film, but it ends with a little bit of a cliche. The film is very interesting, but I think it could have been better. I recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the subject of the documentary. 7/10

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All my life I have seen and read about the case of the civil rights violations against the NAACP in the South. Most of the details of that history are well known, but a documentary can make you see the more subtle and subtle aspects of that history. The history of the NAACP and the civil rights movement can be seen in a single sentence and in a single sentence alone. "I've never known a movie that's ever captured the zeitgeist of the times better." - Tony Gilroy

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Marie Grant

I have always loved Bill Clinton's speeches. Now I know why. The story of the Clinton Foundation and Bill Clinton's time at the helm is told in a frank, informative and entertaining fashion. It's not about the Clintons, it's about the work they do. In a way, this film reminds me of "The Cornerstone" and "Noah" because of the emphasis on charity. It's a must see for anyone interested in history and the foundations of our nation. The acting is excellent, the footage is entertaining, and the message is clear. Enjoy.

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To me, this is the best documentary I have seen in my life. I know there are lots of "experts" out there who have a different opinion, but this documentary makes me want to research everything I have heard about this case. I read many of the posts here and saw the comments, and even though I agree with most of the points they made, I am still puzzled at the outcome of the case. I understand that this was not an easy case to prove, but still.what happened? Why was he not executed? I have to think there was something wrong with the medical examiners that they allowed the case to be considered over. I am curious about this case, and now I want to do some research about it.

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Louis E.

I really enjoyed the film. Although I am a fan of the movie, I found the film to be very informative and enlightening. I felt like I was there with these guys and the film really shows the behind-the-scenes of the court system. The film is extremely well-made and well-filmed and the performances were great. I felt like I was really watching these guys interact with the court system and the system. This is the first documentary I have seen about the criminal justice system and I really enjoyed it. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the criminal justice system.

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A must see documentary and one that anyone who values truth and evidence should watch.

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I think this movie should be one of the 10 best documentaries ever made. It's a good movie about a brilliant judge. The judge's motivation is clear and straightforward. It doesn't make the judge look like an absolute hero. It gives us the feeling that we should all take notice of him. We should all learn to respect him. This movie could be a great example of how to make documentaries.

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This movie was so much fun to watch. I watched it at a public library and the people there loved it, but not everyone liked it. I think the reason why was because it was too factual and it showed all sides. This movie is for people who have been there and seen the same things. I think it was a great movie to see. There were some facts in it that some people could not believe. But I think it was a great movie. There were some parts that made me laugh and some parts that made me cry. The fact that some people didn't like it, but they were in a group of people that loved the movie, is something that I really appreciated. It shows you that even if you don't agree with the movie, you can still enjoy it. The movie is worth watching.

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Maria Daniels

The Judge is a fascinating film. It has a very interesting script, and I felt like I was watching a documentary. However, it was also very hard to watch. I think the issue of homosexuality, and the way that it is presented to the viewer, is difficult to watch. I know it's a movie, but it's hard to watch when you can't be sure if you're watching a documentary or a movie. When I first saw this movie, I wasn't sure if it was a documentary or a movie, but after watching it again, I realize that it's a documentary. It is difficult to watch, but it is also very fascinating. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in the history of the LGBT community, and the way that people are portrayed in documentaries. It's also interesting to see how the filmmakers used a lot of the footage that they had, and some of the clips that they didn't have.

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Brian Jenkins

This movie is about how a group of prisoners are being brought into a federal prison in North Carolina. The majority of the movie is from the perspective of the prisoners. The director shows a little bit of what goes on inside the prison. The movie is a good overview of the prison system and how it can affect people who are sent there. It's worth watching and giving it a chance. But there is not enough information about the prisoner who is the main focus of the movie.

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Ruth Martin

I was surprised by this movie because I thought it would be a straightforward, straightforward documentary about the case. However, it was so much more than that. It was fascinating, it was emotional, and it was incredibly insightful. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to see a story about one of the most important cases of our time. It is one that, despite the controversy, is being told again and again. It is one that has not been told well, and the people involved should be proud of what they did. My only criticism would be that the filmmakers failed to give the case the focus it deserved, and instead concentrated on the people involved. I think they could have done much more with this story, and it would have been a better movie. I recommend this movie to anyone, and to anyone who wants to know what happened in the case.

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Anthony Walsh

This is a great documentary. It shows a lot of the things that make us human. It talks about the importance of trust and relationships, and shows that there is no such thing as perfect. I think this documentary is very important for everyone, because it shows how much we care for our fellow man. It also shows how our society is in such a state of chaos and confusion, and how much we hate each other. It shows the importance of family and how important it is. It also shows that in this world there is only one way, and that is "the right way". If you want to know what people think about the world, this is the way to find out. This is a documentary that will touch you, and it will make you think. I recommend this documentary to all, because it shows that there is more to life than we ever think. I also recommend this documentary to anyone who is a student of philosophy, or any other type of education. It will teach you about human nature and how much we really care about others.

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Hannah Chapman

A "whack-a-mole" in the name of factual historical accuracy, this doc is just the opposite. A testament to the ability of an editor, crew, cast, and directors to work as a team. Did you know the film was only made in 1994? How about the role of the Smithsonian Institution? The folks who wrote, directed, and did most of the technical stuff did it in 1984. How about that? This film is one-of-a-kind in how it keeps things fresh, and at the same time, pretty close to the history, when it comes to the time period and people involved. Certainly deserving of Academy Awards. Of course, a great historical film, even better if it contains other interesting information. This is a great film to get to know more about the Civil War.

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Emily Carpenter

Walking out of the theater, I immediately went to YouTube to look up the words to the movie. I had to watch it twice. I was glad to find that the movie was not only very well-made, but also a very engaging story that is compelling. I was reminded of the book that I read, "The Jury", and I was particularly impressed with the way the movie is set up. In the book, the courtroom scenes are not always consistent. Sometimes the jurors are discussing how the jurors in the room might be swayed by their emotions, and sometimes they are simply talking about the same cases. In the movie, the scenes are not always consistent. The narration is fairly consistent, but the scene transitions are different. I have not read the book, but I think that this movie would be more powerful if it had been set in the same courtroom, and the movie focused on how the jurors had changed. I think the movie would be even better if the jurors had been seated in a different room, because the scenes would have been more interesting.

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Nicholas M.

I don't know what to make of this film. I saw it on the strength of the description on the back of the DVD, and the cover art and the video box art. But when I saw it, I just found it to be rather boring. The film focuses on Judge Roy Bean (Steve Coogan) - a rich boy who is now sent to prison for life for killing his girlfriend, Mia (Sandra Bullock). Mia is not dead, of course, but after her death, Roy gets her back in his life. He is now a wealthy businessman and he also has to deal with Mia's former boyfriend, Frank (Sam Shepard), who has a wife and a child. I would have liked to see more of Roy and Frank, as well as more of Mia and Roy. As it is, the film has a fairly good idea, but it lacks the charm and the edge of your seat that is usually found in a great TV drama. It is an average film, but it has some good moments and it is definitely worth a watch if you like Court TV shows. 7/10.

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This movie shows the story of a man who had a miraculous birth, and you can't help but learn about his love for his daughter and the love his son had for his mother. The movie was a real eye opener to many, especially the dads. It gave a lot of information about the subject of male abandonment. This movie got me so excited to tell my son about how I feel about him. I know my son would not have been where he is without me, but I still feel like a wreck. I am not a fighter, and I feel like the father of the child. The biggest lesson I took away was, "I want to be a better father, so please don't be a loser."

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I remember when I first heard about this film. I had heard that it was going to be something different and not the typical war documentary. I figured that it was going to be boring, but I was wrong. I watched it last night and I loved it. I laughed, I cried, I laughed again and I cried again. It was so much fun to see how this documentary was created. It was very interesting and entertaining. The people who made it really know what they are doing. I don't think that they should have had to hire actors. They really knew how to use their camera and it really worked. I'm glad that they chose to make this movie about veterans. This film is about them and it was made by them. It was very interesting and well done. I also liked how they didn't use special effects. It was a lot more realistic than I thought it would be. They also made it so that they could show the movie in all of it's glory. It was awesome. They did a great job of showing how veterans have to deal with all of the things that veterans have to deal with. They really got me. It was really amazing. This film really was very entertaining. I think that it would be a good documentary for veterans to watch. They really do know what they are talking about. I think that it would be good for them to watch this film. They really know what they are talking about. I recommend this film to anyone. I think that it was a good film. I give it a B+.

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Emily Fields

I've never seen anything like this. I haven't been in prison, but I know what it's like. And I've seen "how" of this new documentary. If you're interested in understanding what's happening in prison (and, indeed, in this country) it's essential. That's why "How the F***ing Judge Wore a Stetson" is a really powerful film. No wonder it made the Oscars. I didn't even know this film existed until I saw it. I'd never heard of it before. But then I saw it, and I wanted to see it for its strength of storytelling, its brilliance in exposing the faults of our justice system. And, also, for its beauty. It's a film that works because the subject matter is so important. It's a film that works because it's not overly preachy, it's not excessively brutal, it's not heavily depressing, it doesn't give the "too cool for school" excuse for the many horrible things our justice system does to people. I'm usually turned off by extreme stories that serve as propaganda. But this one is more than what I expected. It's a must-see, and it's really powerful. I hope you'll consider giving it a chance too.

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Kelly Payne

One of the biggest areas of research that always helps me to achieve the dream is reading what others have thought, what other viewers think, what other reviewers have said and then thinking. When I was in college, I used to do this on a few occasions. One of the best ways to learn about a topic is to watch an interview with a high profile critic. Watching the interview allows you to gain a much better understanding of the subject matter. It's as if they are saying what they think about what they're saying. For instance, I liked my film. It was artistic, interesting, and made me think. I found out that many other people thought the same thing, which gave me a great amount of information. If you watch a film with an artist, it gives you all the information you need. The higher profile critics often have interviews with their friends, celebrities, the directors, etc. In some cases, it's as if they're saying what they think about what they're saying. I believe that when we learn about a subject, we learn what our minds want to hear. The point being, what do we want to hear? I did find the interview with Robert Rodriguez. I find that Robert Rodriguez's films are almost always taken for granted. He is always credited with the success of a film but he does not have a monopoly over it. I mean, The Crow was a good film, but not like Lord of the Rings. The Matrix was good, but not great. He has always been in the right place at the right time. I think that his films are more interesting when you're not expecting any kind of modern updates. The King's Speech, Rambo 3, Gladiator, The Deer Hunter, and All is Lost are some of the classics that are always talked about, even when they're not very good films. If you're in to Wes Anderson films, then you'll know what I'm talking about. The End of the Tour is not as good as The Grand Budapest Hotel, and it's not as good as The Royal Tenenbaums. Wes Anderson is no wannabe. His movies are visually beautiful, his scripts are intelligent, and his voice is not exaggerated. This film is for those who appreciate film and I have to say, it's a great movie for everyone. This is the kind of film that tells the story of a man who overcame the odds, who persevered, and who still has it in him. As a person who suffered a very severe brain injury, it's very interesting to see a story that wasn't great, but is still entertaining. It's a great movie for anyone who has ever faced the reality of a brain injury, and is impressed by what such a person has overcome. If you think this film is amazing, then it is. I recommend this film to anyone who loves movies, people who suffer brain injuries, or anyone who wants to see a movie that is entertaining

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Harold S.

You are going to love this movie, if you've seen it before. Although this movie is definitely not a documentary, I found it very interesting and an enjoyable watch. Also if you're one of the minority who watch this movie expecting the documentary vibe. I'm also an extra in the film, so I'm pretty sure I saw it as if it were a documentary. I can see why they made it this way, in that they wanted to show their way of life as a group, rather than as individual humans. The story of the group, both in the group and separately, and the four people that are in it were interesting, and I can definitely see why people would relate to their story. But, in the end, I'm glad I wasn't in the same situation as these people, because I probably would have left sooner than I did. If you haven't seen this movie, I highly recommend it. I think it's a good and enjoyable film, but not a documentary. You can watch it again, and try to catch a lot more nuances.

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I am not a big fan of Donald Trump. I think he is a self-absorbed braggart, a racist and a misogynist. I thought this documentary about Trump's business dealings was really interesting and I was glad to see that he had finally come clean about his business dealings with various companies, since his past dealings were quite successful. This documentary was very well done, the interviews with Trump's businesses and associates were very informative and there was a lot of footage about his businesses. I really enjoyed this documentary. I would recommend this documentary to people who are interested in business or real estate in general.

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Rebecca Pearson

I don't know if this is the most persuasive comment of any documentary, but I think it is. The theme here is about a certain society that isn't very libertarian. There is a world in which there is no absolute order of rights, and thus it is impossible to get the rights the right way. "The Judge" is the story of a guy who tries to find a way to respect the rights of others and, as it turns out, he gets away with it. But this problem is pretty deep. The movie makes it quite clear that many people want to be treated with respect, but they know that is impossible, because the other side, the "them", wants the rights. So, the notion of a private government (read: any government that's not that of the state) is absolute. This is made clear by the decisions of the judge, who is not at all a "socialist" who wants to live by these laws. And this concept of private governments is more or less the same for all peoples, so the idea that our rights are universal is not so interesting. The guy who tries to defend his country and its national law has to take into account that the judge in the end doesn't agree with him. He has to show that he has the best interests of the country in mind and that he is trying to defend them. In other words, he has to show that the "them" aren't really the ones who are in control and he is the one defending the rights of the people. The idea of the private government is quite different for all people, and it is also the main reason why the movie is such a good analysis. But for the rest, the movie is just fine.

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My heart can't stop crying. About 2 years ago I was in a couple of parts of Europe and a lot of the people there were really curious about having a trip to Greece. I did go to Greece and I became a huge fan of that country. I have known about the issues in the country and it looked like a really interesting one. It's crazy how these stories have been spread around the world but in reality I was really disappointed by how many people had told me how a certain state of Greece is: if you go to a couple of cities, the people are just so nice and good, and how the country is a paradise. But I guess I was being really critical. In a few parts of Greece it's true: people are rude, arrogant, and there are lots of crazy things going on. But in the other places, like Leros, the Greece we saw in the movie, people are just nice and polite. And it looks like the main people in that country are some of the most honest people in Europe. I was really disappointed by this. So I am really surprised that the director who did such a good job, turned out to be a big tool for something bad. I have seen the film because my daughter is there and we want to see the real Greece because that's the film we want. But what a film I think it is. I hope that the whole Greek country will enjoy this film because that's the real Greece we want to see. I still don't understand the criticism this film gets and the people who do like it, should think about it more about what it really is. It's a story about a couple who are on vacation and there are things going on in their life which affect them. In a couple of places it's not good, but in other places it's great. There are some messages and warnings about the past that are important to hear but that's not the point. It's a story about being nice, about the future and about people's attitude towards each other. I think the director did really great. I still can't believe what a great film he made.

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Harry George

The most highly regarded documentary about Judge Roy Bean, based on the books by Michael Burry, is "The Judge", which is a small movie that reveals some of the background of the famous one-time judge who won an Academy Award in 1986 for best director. The film is presented in a documentary style, but there is no music, and it has no narration. In "The Judge", Bean and the young boy who played him, Roy Bean, give a few short talks on his life and the life of his father, Judge Bean Sr. This is probably the best documentary that has been made about Bean. If you are interested in his life, you should watch this film. You will get some information about the judge, who was very active in the early years of the state of Texas. "The Judge" is a documentary film that is recommended to people who want to know more about Roy Bean.

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This is an outstanding documentary that explains why so many people hate and fear Muslims and why they may think the US government is right about them. I was very impressed with the way the film was put together and the way it was presented. It was not just a documentary, it was a movie that was told from the perspective of the people who were the subjects of it. I was also impressed with how the film was able to convey information in a non-biased manner. I was able to see and hear both sides of the argument, both sides of the story. I was impressed with the fact that the filmmakers were able to convey so much information in such a way that it would not be confusing for the viewer. I was also impressed with the way the information was presented and how the director was able to convey it in such a way that the viewer would not be confused or upset. I felt that this was an outstanding documentary and I would recommend this film to anyone.

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Forget the pretentious reviewers. Watch this film. There are a few things that you can say about it that make you not like it but there is nothing to dislike. It is all about the story. The performances are what you would expect from an excellent cast. The film is a work of art. And as a movie it is a work of art. If you are looking for an epic film about the making of the original 'Star Wars' then this film will not satisfy. But if you want to see a film that will entertain you, and make you think about the films you are watching. This is the film for you. You may not like it, but if you do you can see where the movie is going.

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1.) Master Jay is in a wheelchair, and is diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. 2.) He has made the decision to surrender his copyright to his company. 3.) After being unable to make the decision to take this action, he manages to get a certificate of authorization to transfer ownership of his intellectual property to a Delaware company. 4.) After this, he begins to undergo treatments for Parkinson's Disease. 5.) During this time, he begins to work on his own projects. 6.) He develops a new application, that is able to be used in a computer. 7.) His new invention, being able to do things that have never been done, proves to be a major success. 8.) After this, the Delaware company begins to dominate the world, in the process, making him out to be the ultimate power player. 9.) The Delaware company not only gets access to the brain of the man who has been in the wheelchair for over a decade, but they also get access to other areas of the man's body. 10.) At this point, Master Jay's brain begins to become more and more manic, and he begins to tell stories. 11.) This action causes him to lose his grip on reality and the ability to control his rage. 12.) He is convinced that the Delaware company will make him rich by having him build a piece of technology. 13.) During this time, he begins to see new, terrifying things happening to people, that he cannot explain. 14.) He is later sent to jail for a very long time, because his act of rebellion against the Delaware company and its company employees caused a major scandal, and he was sent to jail. 15.) After going to jail, he becomes depressed, as he tries to recover his life. 16.) His actions have a huge impact on people. 17.) As a result, he takes a very strong stance against the Delaware company. 18.) As a result of this, he begins to become paranoid and irrational. 19.) He believes that he is being targeted, and that he is being stalked by the Delaware company. 20.) His paranoia makes him a target for a police raid on the Delaware company's headquarters. 21.) During this time, he is unable to cope with his emotions, and his bipolar condition goes unchecked. 22.) He is taken to a mental institution and is diagnosed with schizophrenia, and as a result, the doctors are able to remove the medication he was taking for his condition, and he is given a diagnosis of paranoid schizophrenia. 23.) During this time, he goes through the stages of what is known as manic depression. 24.) During this time, he goes through more changes than he thought possible. 25.) He is given medication and a night of tranquillizers to make him more stable. 26.) During this time, his paranoia is worsening. 27.) During this time, he is able to take more and more action to get justice for what the Delaware company has done

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This is a great film. It is honest and straightforward in it's approach, and it doesn't mince it in it's portrayal of how race and corruption has affected the lives of people of all races and ethnicities. The only problem I have with it is that the people in this film are not nearly as interesting as I'd like. The only other people that stood out for me were David M. Rosenthal (Ralphie), and his sidekick, Adrian Reymond (Toby). As a whole, this is an interesting and entertaining film, but it is not as engaging as I'd hoped it would be. It has it's moments, but there is just not enough of them. My rating: 7.5/10

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All I can say is that if you're looking for a detailed, wide-ranging, and penetrating look into the world of religious extremism, this movie is the way to go. And if you're looking for something that will give you a few seconds of entertainment, well, you'll probably like it. I think this movie will be a big hit with Christians, because it shows the harm that religious extremists can do, and what people can do to stay away from them. It's not easy to hate someone when they're your best friend. But once you've seen it, you'll know what I mean. For the record, I have not gone through a Christian extremist's recruitment, and I have never attended a service, nor have I ever read any religious literature. I'm not sure if my opinions on the matter are accurate, but if they are, they're not going to change. So if you think you might be one of the people who has been brainwashed, I highly recommend this movie. If you don't, I don't know what to say to you. I recommend this movie to anyone who wants to know more about the dangers of religious extremism, and to anyone who wants to be educated about it.

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There are two things that probably kept me from being totally blown away. One, I knew from the start of the film that I was going to see an interview with Jeff Foxworthy. That alone told me that I was going to get a pretty good movie, and two, the more I thought about it the more I liked it. This is a documentary. So how are the interviews with the local high school kids going to play out, especially when you have the real things going on in the real world? Well, it turns out that there are no interviews with the kids. The only stuff you get are from the town's attorney, who really just wants to tell the town's story and that's it. Not the interviews or newsreels or whatever. There is also a great deal of footage of the principals, some of whom seem fairly close to the teens in question. They might be interesting, but the system is beyond them. So that's the problem. This documentary is not just about the town, but about its culture. There's a little bit of everything, from the public school system to the town's distrust of adults, and the way that its leaders and everyone around it seem to be trying to get something out of everyone and not just themselves. Foxworthy himself does a good job of bringing it all to light, but it's a little hard to watch. There are a few interviews with two of the kids and the adults talk a little bit about the whole thing and then he or she goes back to the town. I really don't want to give the exact footage away, so I'm not going to describe what's on the screen, but the film does a pretty good job of showing the big picture and staying focused. There is a lot to unpack. There's some really interesting stuff here, but it's hard to come away with a complete picture of the place and its people. It's a complicated situation, and one that's going to have to be worked out in the years to come. I can't say how it's going to play out, but I can say that it's not an easy film to watch.

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The story of the film focuses on a house in San Francisco. This is the result of a series of people moving into this house. The house is a former boarding house and a former homeless shelter. At one time it was a place for criminals, drug addicts and the mentally ill. It has become a place for families. This house is a place of tranquility and beauty. The director's introduction of the people who moved into the house, shows the fear, panic and despair they felt. This film shows how they went about trying to get the house back, and how they finally succeeded. The film shows how the community worked together to try and get the house back. It also shows the efforts of the board of directors and the real estate agents who tried to sell the house to an investor. The story of the film is truly inspiring. It shows that you can work together to do the right thing. I highly recommend this film.

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Patrick Garcia

I'll admit that I thought the concept of the documentary was quite intriguing and that it was a bit of a rip-off of the Rolling Stones documentary, but I found it to be quite entertaining and the main idea that the music was a cultural artefact rather than being a musical performance was a brilliant idea. The documentary was filmed in such a way that it was almost documentary-style, but with a more "documentary" style. I'm not sure if the subject matter was the best fit for a film, but if you're a fan of the music you will certainly enjoy the film and enjoy it for the ideas it presents.

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Olivia Diaz

I was surprised that this documentary was able to tell a story that is universal and very important. It is a story about the impact of the prison system on the lives of some people. The story is about the life of a man who was a convicted murderer, but his life was saved by the efforts of the prison system. The film is very well made and informative. The story of Joe Steffens is a sad one, and the film makes you feel the pain of the man. The film does not paint him as a monster, but as a man who was wrongly convicted and who was not able to cope with the circumstances in which he was imprisoned. The film also shows the life of the prison system and how it affects the lives of people who are in prison. It is also a story about how the courts are working to correct the injustices committed by the system. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about the plight of prisoners.

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Diana J.

This movie is a masterpiece. The entire cast is phenomenal. Even the narrator is great. I don't think I've ever heard a movie narrator sound so realistic. I think this movie is so well done that it is a true masterpiece. The music is also great. The story is simple and easy to understand, but it is not boring. It is a great movie. It is a shame that this movie is not available on DVD. It deserves more attention. I hope it gets the attention it deserves. This is a great movie and I recommend it to anyone.

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Mike Roe has a great story to tell about the relationship between two men in a rural area in New England. He touches on several issues that occur when a woman goes to work as a nurse for a young, poor patient and encounters a man who isn't afraid to push boundaries to have sex with her - all while she's protecting a young boy that comes home for Christmas. The woman is portrayed by Amy Brenneman, and the guy is played by Bill Hader. But, while both men feel as though they can share their experience with the camera, they share none of the depth or authenticity of their actual stories. It seems that they've each driven this course of action for their own gain. Brenneman's whole thing comes off as "All I need is a date" - she's raised to be an idealistic and pragmatic individual - but she apparently has no idea what she's talking about. Hader's is a pretty good case study of "do you want a raise or a date" - I don't think he realized that his character was going to be a player with any sort of depth, as he shows no interest in making this man into something more than a side-kick. In fact, it's quite telling that Hader makes Brenneman even worse than she was before the situation arose, because it reveals that he's just another movie star who can't turn down a paycheck. It's a terrible shame, because Brenneman's true worth is shown in the fact that she's so brave to tell the story. The other issue, is that, while we're shown Brenneman's plight, we're told nothing about the guy. He's given almost no character development, other than to be "on the side of the young boy" for Brenneman. The only thing we're shown is that he's a "sociopath", and I found it really hard to identify with him as a character. We're not given the benefit of his relationship with Brenneman, nor is there any hint of the trust that existed between them as a result of their situation. And, it seems that it was a real pity that the film didn't follow through on this idea. In the end, this film is a reminder that the people who actually need to be told about the problems in their communities are often the least represented - and that the people who are most comfortable speaking for the most are the ones who have the most resources to speak about these issues, and that if you speak up, you may wind up being ignored. In a movie like "The Judge", it's not the audience's responsibility to engage in the conversations. But, if you're looking for a thoughtful discussion about real problems in the real world, and aren't looking for a real film to watch, then you may want to check it out. But, if you're looking for the movie "Judge" to be kind, you may want

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This is a compelling, very entertaining, and informative piece of documentary which I watched in the style of a conversation between a live interviewer and a studio audience. I wasn't expecting a documentary as the title suggests, but was completely hooked by it after the first few minutes. In that time, I was involved in a discussion of my own and another's thoughts on life, death, God, and the supernatural. As the documentary progresses, we learn that our everyday lives often use our religious beliefs as an excuse for our moral lapses. Religion is often a way to say that we don't deserve to live a life where there is a chance that our faith will be tested. I like to think that I'm not a hypocrite, but I can't help feeling that every day is a blessing to me, that there are many people who just do not deserve to live. It's hard to help feel sorry for the people who are grieving for their loved ones. I think that if we lived our lives without the pressure of religious belief, we would see this as a totally natural phenomenon. Sadly, this isn't the case. Instead, we are feeling guilty for the decisions we make to hurt others, just to make sure that our loved ones' lives will be okay. What is scary is that many people have put this mentality in the teachings of their faith. We find that on a daily basis, because religion is constantly used as a way to justify our selfish desires to control others. Another thing that struck me as odd was the double standard that is put on its followers. They are held to a very high standard in the religious and ethical systems that are taught, yet they seem to be able to be selfish and immoral at the same time. I'm sure that there are those who put this double standard into the teachings of their religion, and they aren't wrong, but I think that most people would find this to be wrong. I hope this will inspire some people to think about how much we care for our loved ones. Life is short and every moment matters. It's important to let go of the need to hold on to someone. Life and death have no meaning without them. We shouldn't have to give up our lives just because we don't feel like it.

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The first part of this film is a very telling story of the lies that were told by the press and the public about a man accused of a horrific crime. From the beginning the film shows how the public believes that a woman who is not guilty of anything can never be found guilty of a crime, and this is a myth. The second part of the film is a story of a great man who is wrongly accused of a crime, and the effort he had to get his conviction overturned. It is very interesting to see how the people who are trying to get him back are not only people who worked with him, but people who loved him. The film shows the reasons that he lost the case. The story of a man who has lost his family, his job, and everything he had to live for, and he comes back to life. What an amazing story that this film has to tell, and that it will always be told. I recommend it to anyone who has ever been a victim of a crime, or anyone who ever lost a loved one. I think it is the best movie I have ever seen on this subject.

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Amber M.

Well, I saw the movie this evening. And I thought it was great. It felt like I was really there. I didn't get bored or restless. I thought they could have done a little more with the subject of marriage. Although, I think it's pretty fair to say that people love their spouse or significant other. I thought that Steve and Amanda were well played. They really did seem to be an excellent couple. I was very moved and emotional during the film. I think that people should definitely see this movie.

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Gerald R.

This is a well made documentary, and a powerful one. It was directed and produced by Ken Burns. The film is based on a book by the same name. The film traces the story of Judge Roy Bean (Robert Redford), the first black judge in a white state, in Alabama. Judge Bean is a very flawed man, and his justice system is far from perfect. However, in his heart, Bean is a caring, intelligent man. The film focuses on his life and his work. It is not about what he was guilty of or what he did, but rather how he changed the way the legal system was run in Alabama. He was accused of raping and beating a white woman, and later of molesting and sexually abusing a black teenager. Judge Bean worked very hard to prove his innocence, and his case gained a lot of attention. The film tells the story of Judge Bean from his childhood until his sentencing in 1963, and his execution in 1965. The film also tells his close friends and family members and his work on behalf of the state of Alabama. For the most part, the film was very interesting and I really enjoyed it. Robert Redford was very convincing as Judge Bean, and his performance was very powerful. However, I think that the film could have been a lot more powerful. It was very interesting, but there were many parts that just didn't add up. The film did a great job of focusing on his life and work, but it could have been much better. I also think that the film could have been more powerful if they would have focused on other aspects of his life. Overall, I really enjoyed this film. It was very interesting, but it could have been more powerful.

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Janet Vargas

this documentary is a great story of a man who is on his deathbed. i was really moved by this story. i just cant believe how much he has given to the world. i am so happy to see that he will live on in the world with his family. i hope that he will be there to see that his father's legacy is still with us. his father is always talking about his father. he is always talking about his father. i want to get my hands on his father's book. he is the best father i have ever had. and it is sad that he is passing away so soon. i am so proud of him. thank you Mr. Roberts. thank you for giving me this documentary. i am so glad that it was the right thing to do. i will never forget you. and i will always look up to you.

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I read about this documentary being done by the late, great, Jack Thomson. I thought he was one of the most brilliant documentary makers of all time. And I was completely blown away by what I had seen. The documentary is excellent. I am a real, living human being who, in a lot of ways, is the same way as the people who wrote this book. I think the difference is that I don't want to be bothered by the people that do the so-called "speaking out." I want to be bothered by the people that do the "not speaking out" - the ones that do the actual speaking out - the ones that make themselves so damn visible. I think the real "speaking out" are the ones who just say the things that they want to say - the ones who have the guts to say them. Because it takes a lot of courage and courage alone to do it. Jack Thomson is the real deal - you don't have to agree with him, you just have to be able to see it. But you know, I'm sure that some of you can see it. You don't have to agree with him to see it. And that is what I want to see in you.

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Deborah H.

I thoroughly enjoyed this film. I love documentaries. I am familiar with most of the current crop of "docu-dramas." And, for the most part, they are films that use information, (and sometimes some video footage), to give a general idea of what is going on in the world. Or, they are ones that show extreme weather, or natural disasters, or other catastrophes. That's fine, but I did not find myself losing interest in the information contained in these films. These were the type of films that made me want to watch them again and again. I love documentaries and I love seeing real-life footage, that gives me an idea of what is going on in the world today. I absolutely love seeing how the stories, with information, play out in a way that doesn't sound so unreal or unbelievable to me. This film did that, and then some. There are some really great shots, so fast moving, I had trouble taking in all the detail, and a few real-life moments that just made me laugh. I cannot say enough good things about this film. I look forward to seeing it again, and I will be buying it when it's out on DVD. So, all in all, the film is worth the viewing.

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I usually hate documentaries. They make me feel dumb, they make me feel stupid. But this one got under my skin. I felt like I wanted to feel. The documentary is like a philosophical anthropology study on how so many people have this love for God and how we live with it. For the first 45 minutes I didn't like it, I felt bored, I just wanted to know where it was going and why it was going to happen. The first 45 minutes is really strange to me, as I didn't understand a single thing about the Catholic Church. So that's why I didn't like it, but after that I understood and liked the documentary a lot. The documentary explains that the "anti-establishment" movement was actually created by powerful groups and politicians, who wanted to create a leader who would stand up for the Church in the face of the anti-establishment movement. Once the "anti-establishment" leader emerged, the Catholic Church became the leader in the anti-establishment movement, so they created the new leader who would stand up for the Church and thus make it look like it is the leader in the anti-establishment movement. To make a very long story short, once the Pope became the leader of the Church in the anti-establishment movement, the anti-establishment movement ended up in a conflict with the Church over God and the Church and thus Jesus Christ came to save us from the anti-establishment movement. This is a really long, very powerful and interesting documentary that made me think and very very very learn something.

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I agree with the others about the dislike shown towards the man who is eventually seen as a hero. I never felt sorry for him. He's a nice guy who thinks he's the right one and that all those people are wrong. I understand that this is a great documentary and that this is a lot of information to learn. But it's a very different experience from reading this site about the great man and the fact that he's the "people's champion". He's not. The people who know him, they know he's a very "down" person. This film is a better education for those who know him and how he got where he is today. It's easy to understand why a lot of people don't like him. He doesn't give a shit about what people think. He doesn't care about opinions. His main thing is to give people what they want, and that's his main aim. I just can't understand how someone who does not know him or what he is like would take him to be the best man. He's not like that. In the movie, the best quote in the film came from an audience member who said that "he's a very good liar". Well, I'll be happy to be the best liar. What I don't like is that they try to force him to be a good guy, or to show him as a human being. It's not about him, it's about his opinions. Some people's opinions don't matter. People who don't like him do not care about the man or his opinion. As a kid, I wanted to be like him. I just don't like the fact that he can get away with everything. Some people could learn a lot from this film. I don't think he should win a lot of people over. I think that what he did was a lot of people's "awards" and shouldn't be a surprise to the world. People shouldn't just blindly support him because he did something. He made the right choice. To anyone who don't like the film, I'm sorry for you. But to those who do, I'm sorry for you because you are not getting the information you want to hear or see.

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Christine Lynch

With so many of our government officials having made huge piles of money and wasted so much time on useless background investigations. . this documentary was worth it. It took a good director, like Lacey Goodman, to tell the truth about a corrupt system and you can really tell who the bad guys are. It's interesting and enlightening. I'm glad it got released to theatres. The movie is a must see for anyone with an interest in our justice system. I'd recommend it to anyone.

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Michael R.

I'm a huge fan of documentary films. I love seeing them when I go to the theater. They are usually the best part of the movie. But there's a certain type of documentary that is just not my thing. The ones that are all about the people involved in the documentary. The ones that are all about the subject. This documentary, however, was a different type of documentary. It was about a man named Frank Bonner. He is an African-American man who was convicted of murder. He was sentenced to death by lethal injection. He is one of the last people to have his sentence commuted. The only reason he's not executed is because he is innocent. His lawyer is appealing the decision, and he has just one month to appeal. This documentary was an interesting one because it was about a man who was wrongfully convicted. He was not executed, but he is still appealing the decision. I think the movie is very informative and interesting. I recommend this documentary to anybody who likes documentaries. I give it an 8/10.

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A couple of weeks ago, I saw a trailer for The Judge and was quite intrigued, but didn't have high hopes. Not that I have anything against the subject matter - the subject of my favourite movies, The Shawshank Redemption and The Birdcage, are dark, brooding tales of loneliness and despair. But this film was trying to be the same. It was trying to be a huge commercial blockbuster with all the tricks of the trade. I was ready to say, "It can't be done". I was ready to say, "It's not even worthy of the trailer". Well, I was wrong. The film is excellent. It is dark and disturbing, yet you are actually given a very human side to it. It is one of the most human things I have ever seen in a film, and the script is one of the best I have ever seen. There is some incredible, unexpected drama to the story. You see a man who is extremely isolated, and you see him rise to the surface and you see a man who is actually willing to do something about it. I was amazed at how well he did it. The acting is incredible. It is fantastic. I was blown away. I was never even close to liking Ryan Gosling before this film, but now I love him. He is amazing. Every time he is on screen, it is absolutely perfect. Every single character in this film is great, and I can't imagine anyone else doing this film. It is truly one of the greatest films I have ever seen. I don't think it's even possible to get a perfect film out of this one. The fact that this is such a big, successful film should tell you something about how great it is. I have never seen such a good movie. I never thought I could. It is amazing.

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I watched this documentary not knowing what to expect. I have not been a fan of the subject matter in a documentary since the Roger Ebert documentary on TV. It's a shame to not see that because I feel that they put the facts well and that they made the subject matter to be understandable. The Documentary is about the Judge's life from the time he was born until the time he is in his 80's. The subject matter was told well and the stories were fascinating. I don't think that the subject matter will get a lot of attention because of the subject matter itself. It's something that a lot of people don't know. It's something that most people don't care about. I feel that the Documentary was worth it and I would recommend it to anyone. I hope that it is distributed in more places.

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Laura B.

On the one hand, I found it a bit of a bummer to see this documentary while the first documentary, "L.A. Confidential", was so good that I was a little surprised that the second one, "The Big Short", was so low-key. The filmmakers seemed to try to make "The Big Short" a little too edgy and the story at times seemed to be written with the shortness of time in mind. And, to be honest, it's not a great film. It's also not great documentary. But it's still a good documentary that is worth seeing, especially for those who are trying to learn more about the financial crisis of 2008. If you're a regular reader of these things, you know that I am not a big fan of Wall Street. I don't think it was ever a good idea to create these credit markets or allow people to buy and sell securities on the internet or what have you. I think we should have been a little more careful about it. I don't think that the finance industry has ever been completely clean and that's what I found most interesting about "The Big Short". If you want to know more about the financial crisis and you're just curious about it, go see this film. It's worth the price of admission. But, again, it's not great.

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This documentary about the film "Mr. Holland's Opus", which was released in 1989, is a great piece of filmmaking. The film itself was revolutionary at the time, and I must admit I had no idea what the hell I was in for. The film was billed as an intimate look at the making of the film, and as such, I expected that it would be very insightful. Instead, I was actually rather impressed with the film itself. It was basically an interview with the director and his director's assistant, and the conversation itself was not really anything special. However, this was nothing compared to the incredible interview that went on afterwards. The director, who was much younger than I was at the time, explained the difficult process that went into the making of the film, and the entire experience was extremely inspiring. I felt like I was actually learning something from the director's interview. I had no idea that I was in for the full experience until I watched the film a few days ago. I could say the same thing about the documentary itself, and the entire experience was great. I had no idea what I was in for, but the experience was a great one. I highly recommend the documentary to anyone, and I hope that it becomes a huge success, because it definitely is an amazing piece of filmmaking. The film itself is a classic, and it's a very powerful documentary. If you're not a fan of the film, it's still a great film. I think that "Mr. Holland's Opus" was a revolutionary film, and it's one of the best films of the decade.

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Sara K.

I thought the movie was great. It was well produced. The footage was interesting. I didn't feel like I was watching a documentary. I thought the music was great. I am a big fan of Coldplay. I loved the ending. I thought that the movie was a good representation of the trials and tribulations of a woman accused of a rape and the way that justice is dealt. I'm not a lawyer, but I do believe that a woman has the right to a lawyer. I am very glad that I watched this movie. It has helped me to learn more about the case. I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in the subject of rape.

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Debra Williamson

This is the best documentary I've ever seen. I have watched this movie several times and can't get enough of it. It will make you think about the world you live in and the role that you play in it. The editing is superb and the cast of actors are amazing. The movie is so well put together and the information is so powerful that it's almost a wonder it's not a movie that already exists. The movie is filled with information and at the same time is moving and entertaining. I recommend it to anyone who likes to know more about the world around us. I give this movie a 10 out of 10.

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I am not sure who is more surprised - me or the people of the world. I was so shocked by the amount of viewers commenting on this documentary that I got up and left the room. I can't believe that people actually enjoyed the movie, although I found it a little bit too long, but overall I enjoyed it. I enjoyed the questions that were posed by the interviewer, especially in regard to the legality of killing the children of women who are unfaithful. It was interesting to see how different the comments were from what I had read in the news about the movie. Overall, it was a good film and I think it will go a long way to further educating the public about the difficulties that women of a certain social class face when they are in the position of the white woman. I have often heard that the white woman was so brutal, and that the black woman was so gentle, that they were almost like the opposite of each other. However, I think that the reality is that the black woman is the victim, and that the white woman is the perpetrator. That is what the documentary said.

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Joseph Hayes

First of all I have to say that I had never heard of Jodi Foster until I heard the news that she had been nominated for an Oscar. However, after seeing the movie I have come to the conclusion that she is not only a talented person but a great human being and deserves more respect. She has really gone above and beyond the call of duty for this film. She was really involved in her work and the way she handled it was a lot better than it would have been if she had not done it. However, as I understand it, the film was done with the help of a bunch of anonymous people. So, I am not sure how they could have ever done it without Jodi Foster. The film is mostly about her and her husband and I was impressed by her honesty and her strength. It was really refreshing to see a woman who was able to get past the media and the critics to make a film and to be a voice for a group of people who are still forgotten. The film is a lot of fun, but it was also very sad to see her struggle with cancer and to see how the final product of her film was going to turn out. I am glad that she was able to overcome the media to make the film and the people to make it happen. I think she deserved the award that she was nominated for. I think it was a very brave move on her part and I hope that she will be honored with an Oscar at the next Oscars.

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Jeremy K.

It was a very good documentary, with a great filmography, I know it isn't 100% accurate but still good documentary.

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Evelyn George

A stunning show of frustration, anger, and sadness on behalf of the cast and crew of "American Beauty." The cast is truly a treasure and their failure to provide some reason for their actions is a testament to the effect they had on the world around them. One need only look at the number of major theater companies who pulled their screening of this movie because of all the negative publicity it caused. I've had many thoughts in the past few days about what goes on behind the scenes of an all-star film (typically from a leading role to the director to the producer and everyone in between) and the "how do we make this movie good?" and "how do we make this movie successful?" messages in the script were sent right back. It was impossible to give the script credit in my opinion. It's not that I'm a fan of the guy or the work, but the script felt as though everyone was taking their responsibilities way too lightly. I was only half-satisfied and I'm sure more than half of the audience was as well. And if there were a script credit, I would be surprised at the screenwriter and the entire crew, because they were the ones who stood up to the production and denied the script an honorable nod. I applaud the rest of the cast and crew who stood behind them. I have no regrets for their decision, but I will forever feel the pain of their loss. "American Beauty" is one of the greatest films I have ever seen. It made me a better person. I still think it's not for everyone but I recommend it and the cast and crew. I only wish that the film hadn't ended that way.

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Christina L.

This movie truly shows how I feel about Mr. Byrd, my mentor. It also shows the many ways that he tried to influence and influence others to believe what he wanted to believe. Even though he was bullied at school, it was because he wanted to defend what he believed. No one could push him around and no one could tell him what to believe. Everyone should know about this, and appreciate the brave man he was. I wish I knew more about the choices he made, and why he made them, and would have chosen different things to believe. I wish I had a better understanding of who he was, and how he did it.

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Christine Torres

The Judge is an amazing documentary that tells the story of the men who give the lifeblood of the Canadian pop-up nuclear power plant in Winnipeg to New York City in 1971. The project took just a few years to get going and saw a tremendous influx of workers. As the film goes along we see what happened to the workers, their families and the people of Winnipeg. Most of the people interviewed are still alive and to this day the city and workers have been a pillar of support and work. This documentary goes a step further than other documentaries and shows that this was one of the most controversial of all time. It does a fantastic job of showing the effects of radiation on the health of the workers and how they dealt with it and their families. We see how bad things were in the medical and social aspects of the families and it is heart-breaking to see the damage that the people suffered. This is one of those documentaries that should be seen and experienced. The information contained in the documentary is so powerful that even to this day I am shocked that I could not believe what I was seeing. The film is shot in a number of ways and I would love to see what was done with the footage in the film.