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Blink of an Eye

Blink of an Eye is a movie starring Dale Earnhardt Jr., Richard Petty, and Darrell Waltrip. An inside look at 2001's Daytona 500 featuring Michael Waltrip and Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Other Titles
In the Blink of an Eye: Destiny in Daytona, Michael Waltrip & Dale Earnhardt
Running Time
1 hours 28 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Paul Taublieb
Paul Taublieb
Darrell Waltrip, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Michael Waltrip, Richard Petty
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

An inside look at 2001's Daytona 500 featuring Michael Waltrip and Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Comments about documentary «Blink of an Eye» (14)

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I have a deep love of animals. I had a childhood where my mother would take me to shows. I was thrilled when I saw the ads for The Chronicles of Narnia, and I was so excited to hear about the movie. When the film was announced, I couldn't wait to see it. It had such a high rating in the critics and was really worth watching. The moment I saw it, I thought the movie was going to be great. The first time I watched it, I was super excited. When it ended, I was more disappointed. I knew that it was disappointing for some reason. It felt like a cartoon. The moment it ended, I wasn't as excited about it again. Now I realize, it was because I had such a great love for the film and I was very disappointed in myself. I've seen it 4 times now and it never gets old. It's such a great film, and I recommend it to all. 9/10

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Lisa Salazar

Stepping out of her head as well as her wardrobe, the central figure of Russian artist Mira Nair, put up with the attention of her retinue (including several stylists, a makeup artist, a prop master, a taxi driver, a beauty queen and several others), she is perhaps the best photographed person in the movie. Siblings Nair and Victor of Cuba, along with photographer Romina Richards, donned their mother's 1970s purple dress, and with Dreyfus' expressive face as the focal point, Nair pulled out all the stops to make it look authentic and vulnerable. Even with a Vogue cover at the end of the movie, Nair's quest for an education and a job that would allow her to live and work in her own country, still a Soviet satellite, remains a huge challenge. Along the way, she observes, struggles and conquers in a bid to win some order and dignity. With Nair's eyes, the movie kept me engaged, even though the film was clearly a bit repetitive. Part of this was her temper, which could be often overlooked and yet would nevertheless be a catalyst for her to create a creative body of work. Much of this was the unique (yet familiar) eyes of Mira Nair that could only be seen with the glasses of her subjects. As she herself remarks, "Just by looking at my eyes, you know something about me."

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Edward L.

I remember the first time I saw "The Grinch." It was something like 6 years ago. I was a 6 year old with a gigantic grin on my face. It's still that way. I still don't have my first Muppets movie on DVD. So, when my friend and I went to see "Me Before You" at our local library we were hoping for a simple movie, but they got a whole new take on the Muppet movies. And when I told my mom about it I was told "if you don't like it then you should just forget it ever existed." and I was probably right. I loved the movie. I don't think there was any slight bit of it that I didn't like. But the movie itself is nothing more than a bunch of Muppet movies that are sort of different. There's the spoof-comedy, the teeny-bop/hip-hop, the action-packed adventures, the psychological roller-coaster of the Grinch. Then there's this one that's supposed to be "dark" and "murderous." I mean, I have a lot of different things that I'm familiar with that are all considered just "Murderous" by the Muppets. It's like they just took that one thing and threw a bunch of them in together. It was just kind of odd. But then I started to re-watch "The Grinch" and all of a sudden I was more annoyed with the movie. I just didn't enjoy it nearly as much as I did the first time I saw it. After re-watching it again I realized why. It was very, very creepy. The thing that bothered me about the Grinch was that he was supposed to be creepy. And I like creepy. But the movie just focused more on the Muppets and not on the actual story. All of a sudden the movie became this homage to the Muppet movies, and it's really weird. It sort of reminded me of the movie "The Princess and the Frog." In that one, the actual story was much better. But still I like the movie because it was a pretty good movie. But that doesn't mean I can't enjoy it more. For instance, the Muppets were a great part of the movie, but I didn't like that the story was shoved in your face. They just got the best story out of it, which, I feel, is one of the most important things. It just felt like the movie was trying to tell the story in an

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Rose V.

The beauty of this movie is it makes me aware of the injustice I am watching and the injustices I commit. This movie could not have happened if it were not for the efforts of advocates and activists like Dr. Mark Jacobson, who discovered that exposure to toxic substances from everyday products causes numerous side effects including the development of cancer, neurological disease, and chronic degenerative diseases. You don't have to be an activist to see this, but it is important to be aware of these issues because they are problems our society is dealing with and a great deal of effort has gone into uncovering the science and the links between chemical exposures and our health and the health of our planet. The causes and symptoms are complex and often hidden from view, so it is important that we remain informed and become activists.

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Sean Hicks

The most successful documentaries I have ever seen, because they are both very entertaining and it takes a lot of guts to make such a movie. The story of a group of women who were involved in the creation of the first successful videogame, Silent Hill, is very interesting and the results are very telling. The film is a combination of interviews and stills, and it is very entertaining. There are some really good moments, and it is really nice to see the women involved in the game industry. However, there is one part of the film that I really didn't like. The interviews are very candid and it is very easy to understand what the women are saying, but I found that it was a little bit over-the-top. It is easy to understand why these women are upset, but it is not clear why they are upset. It's also a little bit annoying that the woman who was making the game, Heather, is very vocal in her anger, and yet she doesn't say anything about it. I didn't think it was a good use of the film. This is a really good documentary that I would recommend to anyone who is into videogames or women in the video game industry.

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Gregory Garza

This is a movie about black box trucks in the U.S. in the 1980's. What was the real purpose of these trucks? And what were the payoffs? It has two main goals: 1. The normal life of those truck drivers, 2. The payoffs of the trucking companies. As a black man, I can relate to this movie as I did about 2 years ago when I drove my beloved white Impala. I really felt the emotion and the frustration. This movie is based on the book by Orly Taitz. You may want to read the book to get a true idea of what it's like to be a black driver. I think the best compliment I can give this movie is not to say how much your impressed with it, but how much your impressed with someone who has lived it. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who has ever been a black driver in the U.S. I feel sure that you will love it. And when you see this movie, be sure to stop to admire some of the beautiful black work trucks that were used in the film.

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If you've ever had a relationship with someone, you've probably experienced the horror of seeing someone you love go through the motions of love, only to realize that they don't love you and are just doing it for the sake of being loved. This film follows a woman's relationship with her husband, as she is at a stage in her life where she is not able to "come out of the closet" as she has always wanted to. She is a woman who has been married to her husband for almost 30 years and she is just getting to the point where she is able to tell her husband "I'm gay." This film is very informative and the story is very real. The film shows how the family reacts to her coming out, and how they go about trying to keep the relationship going. It's an interesting film that I would recommend to anyone.

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Harold N.

The film's running time is under two hours. The film is about a brilliant young scientist who was among the first to synthesize cannabis. He uses his product to increase the number of female friends and to help them live their lives in a way that they want it to be. His product was later outlawed by the federal government. He wants to make it legal again, so he tries a different approach, making it into a high-fashion and fashionable drug. He is given permission to create a product that is more effective and more comfortable for the users. He returns to the streets and carries out his old product. The film follows him from his family to his high school and university, where he feels it important to help the young people who have more left to achieve. The film is touching and very entertaining. The acting by the actors is extraordinary, especially that of the parents of the main character. The movie is a very special movie for me because of the acting of the parents.

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Sara H.

As a child, I loved this film. It's a very realistic look at the life of a kid who was raised by a single mother, but is now a college graduate, with a job, and has been accepted to a prestigious college. She is a strong woman, who works hard, and is a woman who wants to be a doctor. Her mother has a serious illness, and the family is struggling. She has to be responsible for her daughter, and her sister, but she is determined to help her daughter. This is a very well done documentary, and shows a very realistic view of life in the slums of New York City. The documentary is worth watching.

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Christina Holland

I was hoping to see this film and was a little disappointed. But I can say that the highlights of the documentary are hilarious and very true. The intro is really great and set the tone for the rest of the film. It shows how deep the rabbit hole goes. And the list goes on. I won't give it away but I can say that there are some really great personal stories told in the film. And I was very impressed with the movie's style. There is no really graphic sex or nudity. I would say that I believe the film would be fine for an 18 and up audience. But I would recommend that everyone is more mature than the average teenage group. I would say that this movie deserves to be seen. It will make you think and make you feel that not everything is black and white. I will definitely be showing this movie to everyone I know. The people who want to see something a little different.

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Jacob M.

I saw this movie on the Sci-Fi channel and I loved it. It really gets you thinking about things, or maybe even (unlike a lot of movies) that makes you see something else than what you thought you saw. The thing is that it does make you think and it's really interesting. I've thought a lot about this movie and many people have too. I also think there is a lesson to be learned from this movie. It shows how dangerous it is to let things define you. My friends and I all kind of related to this movie and it made us think. We all agree that it is very interesting to watch the movie. The movie is narrated by James St. James, a musician who plays the guitar. He tells his life story about this car, and the fact that it is that bad that he can't drive it and in his life. James tells us the story of a car that he used to drive and it was so bad that he couldn't even drive it. In the last fifteen years the car has been in a lot of accidents. We see him going through the maze of pain and it's too much to even imagine. James tells us about his car, how it is the same as it was when he drove it, how he got to it in the first place, and how he can drive it again. James says that if you want to see the things in life that are important, and just wants to take a break from all the things that you do and live, then I believe you should see this movie.

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Alice Jimenez

I recently saw this movie again, after I had left the theater, and it was something that I had forgotten to rewatch. I had forgotten the moment I saw the trailer for it. The movie had such a powerful effect on me, and I have no idea why I didn't know about it more. Perhaps I was too emotional about the first film, and the memory of that was too hard to get rid of. I was glad to re-watch this film, in order to learn about what I missed the first time around. What struck me the most was the initial scenes. The relationships between women, of those of different ages, of those who were beautiful but always vulnerable. I realized that I too was beautiful. I was butchered by the system, but my name is still out there, and still being abused. Maybe this was a dream that I was sharing with myself when I woke up. Maybe my fear of others had caused my internal state to drift off into the subconscious. Maybe I could have been all that, if I had only known the truth.

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Carl Rivera

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Kathryn L.

I saw this movie at the Tribeca Film Festival. I have to say, it was a pretty good movie. I would have liked it to be a little longer. I think it was a little too long. I would have liked it to be shorter. The movie does show the growth of the human race and the way we can change things. I think the movie was really good. I really enjoyed the movie. I would recommend it.