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The Great Buster

The Great Buster is a movie starring Peter Bogdanovich, Dick Cavett, and Frank Capra. Documentary on the life and works of comic genius Buster Keaton, directed by Peter Bogdanovich.

Other Titles
Buster Ha'Gadol, Suuri Buster, The Great Buster: A Celebration, El gran Buster, Niepowtarzalny Buster Keaton
Running Time
1 hours 42 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Biography, Documentary
Peter Bogdanovich
Peter Bogdanovich
James Curtis, Dick Cavett, Frank Capra, Peter Bogdanovich
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

Documentary on the life and works of comic genius Buster Keaton, directed by Peter Bogdanovich.

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Debra Shaw

This documentary is truly remarkable. I am a fan of Bill Maher, and this is my favorite documentary of all time. The documentary shows that when people are put in a situation where they are afraid to be judged by their peers, or by the system, they will do anything to be accepted. This documentary shows how Bill Maher helped so many people. I give it an A+

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I didn't know anything about this film and was excited to see it on Netflix. I was happy to see that it was a movie about the life of a refugee child who was taken from his family. I also didn't know about the actor who played the child. This is really an amazing film. It is about the refugee child in Germany and the family that was able to find him. The child was not a terrorist, he was just a refugee who was in the country illegally. It is a really good film. The actor who played the child is great, he really played the role of the kid very well. The film is also about the people who were able to help the child. It shows how important it is to help those in need and to give them hope. It is an amazing film, and I highly recommend it to everyone.

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I was a journalist in the UK and spent a lot of time talking about what was happening in this country and the other Western countries. One of the things I learned was that Western countries are not the best at keeping the population safe. If they could make one "terrorist" (or criminal) for every 2 or 3 of their citizens then we would have a much, much safer society. What makes this film different is that it is not a documentary about the terrorist. It is not a film about the innocent victims of terrorism. It is a film about the very real issues of terrorism and terrorism culture. It is about the media and how it works to control the public's perception of terrorism. It is about the effect of terrorist propaganda on young people. It is about how Western governments, news media, and society at large are afraid of the threat that terrorism poses. This film is one of the best and most important documentaries that I have seen in years. I highly recommend it to everyone.

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Emily Schmidt

For the uninitiated, the film is about a man named Peter Hill, who has spent most of his life in a foster home for the disabled. This film is his story, and it is a touching and well-made story about a man who became the poster boy for the disabled, but who now finds himself in a wheelchair, in a nursing home, and trying to make ends meet. A lot of the credit for the quality of this film goes to the film-makers. This is the best documentary I've seen since The Chaperone (2007). In fact, this is the best documentary I've seen since I'm not very sure of the year (1998) that it was made. The film-makers must have been so in love with the subject of the film, that they didn't care if it was funny or not, but rather that it was well made and well told. I was impressed with the fact that they didn't care about the awards, the political correctness, or the controversy that this film may have brought up. It was all about the subject matter and what the film-makers wanted to tell the audience. This was a personal story that they wanted to tell, and that was their focus. I'd say it was a great movie. 10/10

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Tammy Gutierrez

I am a conservative Republican and I am shocked that so many liberal Hollywood types are so blinded by Hollywood's hypocritical liberal agenda. The movie shows the truth of what happened, and the irony that Hollywood is so quick to censor their own movies, but allow those of us who are left to speak out. How many times are we told "Hollywood is Hollywood"? Most people seem to forget that Hollywood has always been a liberal bastion of liberalism, and has always been the establishment of the left. The Great Buster was one of the most important films I have ever seen, and the fact that it is censored is absolutely outrageous. If they could censor the movie, they would be censoring the rest of our lives. The movie is very important, and it should be seen by all. It is a truth-telling documentary, but it should also be seen by all.

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Terry Meyer

Not to give anything away, but the title and the video box are misleading. The film tells the story of "The Great Buster" (Buster) who played the role of Babe Ruth's manager in "The Birth of a Nation." Buster was born in Germany as a Jew in the late 1920s and grew up in the ghetto. He was not Jewish at all, but had been raised a Catholic, and his father was a prominent German Nazi. He is shown as a quiet man, and in fact his relationship with his family was so bad that he had to be a ballplayer, although he did not play professionally. He is a good-natured man, who had a strong passion for baseball. But his father refused to allow him to marry and moved the family to Brooklyn. He took his own life when he was 20, and it was only when his mother found him in a jail cell, that she realized he had been raised in the ghetto and had a strong attachment to baseball. She then began a journey of finding him his family. After they found him, they had to pay him a visit in prison, and finally he was found by a church and brought to a synagogue where he was brought up in a Jewish home. At this point he was a teenager. He had a strong love for baseball, and had a passion for the game that is so strong that he dedicated his life to it. This film shows that this man was a true legend, and his story was told in a very interesting and entertaining way. There are some great things in this film, and there are some very interesting things. Buster was raised in a Jewish home and his mother believed that he was Jewish, and she thought that he should not marry. She insisted that he should not play professional baseball, but he was a star at a local high school. He was a strong athlete, and his friends said that he would be a star if he played professional baseball. He did not get married, but he continued to play baseball, and even started his own baseball team. His greatest achievements were the number of wins and the number of victories. In all, he was a remarkable man, who did more for his country and his Jewish community than any other single person ever did. It is a great story, and a wonderful tribute to a man who gave so much more to his country than anyone else ever did. There is a lot of controversy about whether he was a Jew or a Nazi, and whether he really committed suicide. We will never know, but the truth will come out eventually. This is a great film, and it is worth seeing.

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Dorothy B.

In the early 1980s, only a handful of films were known for their direct to video counterparts, and those that were only for a short time. To date, only two are truly considered to be classics. "The Great Buster" is one of them. I first saw it when I was a child, and I've seen it again and again since. It is my favorite movie. When I saw it, I thought it was a silly, silly film, but it actually contained some pretty cool shit. The acting is superb, the directing is superb, and the screenplay is superb. It's hard to find a copy of this movie anywhere, but if you can find a copy, go see it. You won't be disappointed.

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Although I think the documentary "Buster's Paradise" was a lot more accurate, it was a good movie nonetheless. The first half of the movie is interesting and informative, but the second half is pretty good as well. Buster had a large group of kids, some of whom he picked up on his motorcycle, while he traveled through the country. The kids lived in motels, hotels, motels, motels, and motels. Buster lived a very comfortable life. The thing I loved about Buster was that he didn't have a lot of money. He had a lot of food, clothes, and everything he could use, but he didn't have a lot of money. He had everything that he needed, and that's what was so amazing about Buster. Buster lived a life of absolute simplicity, and that's what made him so special. I don't want to give away too much about the rest of the movie, but it's well worth watching.

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This documentary is excellent. The Director Bill Condon, the Producer Sara Rose, the Writer John Binns, and the Actors Kevin Dillon, Richard Crenna, and Alex Foley have done a magnificent job in showing the great harm caused by the malevolent "Werther" and "The Spade" to the young ladies in this story. The real life stories of the women is inspirational and the documentary is more than enough to keep you watching. This film is a must see for all men, women, and children.

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The Great Buster (2016) Directed by Joel Watts and Roger Mandell Written by Robert Kennedy and Stephen Rea Starring Timothy Hutton, Robert F. Kennedy, Marcia Hines, Jonathan Hensleigh, David Ellefson, Katherine Parkinson, Sarah Brightman, and Michael Bloomberg View on the film: Like many of the iconic political figures of the last century, the life and times of Robert F. Kennedy are fascinating. His death at the hands of his assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, marked the beginning of the end for the era of American militarism, the Cold War, and the assassination of Kennedy. The 50th anniversary of Kennedy's death is therefore an appropriate moment for this documentary, the story of the life and times of Robert F. Kennedy. The film does a fantastic job of telling the story of the iconic figure through a series of interviews with the surviving Kennedy children, as well as his close associates, his staff, and even his closest confidantes. Although it was shot in 1988, the film manages to make the most of the time and its only real limitations are the almost complete lack of interviews with people in the Kennedy administration, who might have offered some insights into the man and his rise to power. While this is a critical aspect of the film, it does not completely eliminate the film from being a compelling piece of work. Although there are several highlights in the film, the heart of the film is the interviews with the Kennedy children, who speak with a singular voice, and are at times even more compelling than their parents. The film also does a great job of painting a picture of how this era of politics had affected the Kennedy family. It is also great to see how Kennedy's son, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., has become one of the most prominent leaders of the civil rights movement. It is also interesting to see how the Kennedy name has become synonymous with patriotism. We also get to see some of the people who were with Kennedy when he became the first president to wage war in the Vietnam War, and also how his personal life was affected by his work for peace. In the end, the film is an excellent and engaging study of one of the most significant figures of American history. It is a great documentary that will definitely have you talking about the man. Rating: *1/2 out of 5.

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Arthur Barrett

This documentary is a must see for all sports fans. While it focuses on baseball, it also includes football, basketball, hockey, soccer, etc. This documentary is a must see for anyone that loves to follow sports, even though they don't understand the sport, it is still a great way to understand how sports affects people. I can't wait to see what this doc will cover next!

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This documentary is truly a brilliant piece of work. It's just a shame that it's only available in German. It's a pity because it would be very difficult to come across the American version in the future. However, if you get the chance, I highly recommend that you get this documentary.

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Jeffrey G.

This is an incredible documentary. It is based on a true story and it is truly inspiring. A movie about how a small town in Texas has inspired and changed the world. I cannot recommend this enough. The people in the town and the town's people are really inspiring. They have done so much in such a short time and they are doing it right. It is great to see such a small town that people can come and live there for the first time. It was hard to believe that it was all just a dream. I was really impressed with the things that were going on in that small town. It was a great documentary and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in Texas, the U.S., or the world. I think that it is a great way to start a conversation about Texas, the U.S., and the world.

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Kathryn M.

I believe this film is a fascinating look at one of the most interesting and fascinating men in history. I also believe this film is very, very important. It is clear that the film is a work of art. The content is incredibly powerful, and it is such an inspiring and important story that you can feel the loss of life in the streets. The film is just like the book. In fact, the movie and book are a work of art. It is a truly amazing and enlightening film. It will make you want to find out more about this man and his stories. But, in the end, it is a story of one man's incredible life. I highly recommend that you watch this film.

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This documentary, narrated by Ashton Kutcher, gives a great insight into what it was like growing up in the Midwest. It is full of interviews with people who were in the band, but none of them are interviewed about what they really wanted out of the music, and there is nothing about how it affected them, like they were in a relationship with it. It is very insightful, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to know about the music that is so important to so many people. My favorite part is the interview with the original drummer, in which he discusses how it affected him to be apart of the band. In the documentary, they are making the same point, but it is made in a very personal way. It is a very thought provoking film, that I recommend for anyone who is interested in music.