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Mr. Chibbs

Mr. Chibbs is a movie starring Kenny Anderson, Natasha Anderson, and Nate Archibald. "Mr. Chibbs" is an observational feature length documentary that follows NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson, in the midst of a mid life crisis, dealing...

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1 hours 26 minutes
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Jill Campbell
Jill Campbell
Natasha Anderson, Tiki Barber, Kenny Anderson, Nate Archibald
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"Mr. Chibbs" is an observational documentary that follows NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson, in the midst of a mid life crisis and on a journey to find himself 10 years post retirement. Everything came easy, but when he lost it all, he had to figure out who he was minus his famous handle.

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It's a good documentary, but if you're looking for a Hollywood-style directorial coup for this, forget it. If you're looking for a simple and informative look at environmental issues, then you might as well just go to a farmer's market. The documentary is excellent and worth the viewing. It's not a typical feature, nor is it an even divided look at environmental issues. The focus is on farming issues and how such farming methods (not to mention their environmental impact) affect nature, farmers and the environment, and ultimately the individual farm worker.

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Mildred Mendoza

The move is based on the real life story of John Paul Getty, the founder of Getty Images. As the movie opens it shows the lives of Paul Getty and his fellow employees, who work in the Getty Center in Los Angeles, and who are now facing retirement and who have to start to move on with their lives. The Getty images will be lost, because in this film they are all young. Getty does not have the power anymore to control what happens to his images, or if they are ever going to be saved. John Paul Getty's daughter Helen has been keeping these images safe, and having a safe place for them to be saved, even for people to help in their own time. When she feels that she is losing her father she believes in the idea, and gives them to her father, even though it does not seem like her father can really accept the idea. Paul Getty is portrayed as a person who is still here, and who understands that there is always something that cannot be taken away from him, if only for a time. Helen, in her own way, is having a similar problem, and is also having a change of the days in her life. This is the story of an individual who has to make the decisions, and take the responsibility to look after his images, and because of that he has to sacrifice everything in his life. In some cases, he is being too nice, with people who do not understand what is happening to his images, because this is not possible. Getty is the voice for the Getty's, and for Helen's daughter. She is giving up everything in her life, to care for the Getty's. John Paul Getty is the voice for all people who have a passion for taking their images to the next generation. The Getty images that are being saved are images that will be remembered forever, because there is not much of a way for people to find out what is going on to these images. The idea of letting all of Getty's images be saved is not a simple one, and this film brings this to the film. Helen is not able to do anything in her own time, because of the dangers that face her, as well as the dangers facing John Paul Getty. Both of them are being too nice, and this is what is stopping them from fulfilling their mission, and keeping these images safe. There are still some images that cannot be saved, and they are being replaced by more, that will be available to the general public, because the images are being replaced by other, which will be available

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This doc called "I Hate Myself" was made as a pilot for an MTV film, this documentary is essentially a set of quick-fire segments from various locations across the country. But the stories are all tied together by the fact that they're all linked by the fact that the subjects (whose names I'm keeping to avoid spoilers) are all suffering from mental disorders that are much worse than even their clinical conditions, and that the producers would like to use their stories as a basis for a TV series, so they're doing them in a combination of no-holds barred interview and testimonial "tell your life" style. This is as far from reality as you're going to get with this kind of approach. It's very funny. But in the end, all the stories are tied up in a sort of loose end, because the creators didn't really know how to end them, but they're coming up with these alternative endings that are surprisingly clever and inoffensive. The problem is that the stories are all over the map, and don't really go anywhere. But "I Hate Myself" is a laugh riot. It has an odd pacing, but it works, because the ideas it presents are funny. I would recommend this as a quick and easy way to spend an hour and a half, but it's mostly long enough to warrant a second viewing. That's one reason I wanted to see this one, since there's a lot of potential for new comedy in it.

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Peter B.

The documentary shows more than a half dozen large multinational companies involved in exporting their products from Thailand to China. Some of the companies are huge corporations and some are very small. In total, there are more than 200 companies involved, and their deals have been done through the world's largest market, China. The companies also deal with domestic consumers in China, who buy the products, as well as Chinese exporters. It is this market that gives the companies the economic freedom to pursue their business abroad. So, there is a great deal of concern for their safety, because there are no controls to ensure that these goods are not coming into China. But, there are some regulations to regulate the safety of the products, and these regulations are a little difficult to implement. One of the companies was the Dalian Fengrui Group, which is well-known for its manufacturing of watches. The documentary goes into the financial arrangements of the company, which has a combined profit of more than 40 billion US dollars. This is the best known company in this area. After the China-wide financial crisis, the company decided to consolidate its business, and it is now a large firm. It has a profit of over 40 billion US dollars, but it has given no assurances about its safety. The safety of its products are no longer guaranteed by the company, and they are out on the market. The company also suffered a spectacular fire in 2011. In some parts of China, the same situation is happening. The documentary is on the top of its form. One can understand the seriousness of the company, but they can also understand the pain of the company. The documentary was carefully filmed, and it shows the strength of the business as well as the other problems of the company. It also shows the efforts of the government and its regulations. One of the main recommendations of the documentary is to make sure that Chinese consumers do not get to purchase these products. So, China is not a place where the brands are very important, and it is best for Chinese consumers to avoid these products. The documentary also shows the deep hatred of the Chinese people for the companies, and this hatred is strong enough to cause even a war between the two countries. I recommend that this film is one of the best documentaries in recent years. It is very good for the Chinese consumers, who should know to avoid Chinese brands and products. The documentary has been nominated for the best documentary Oscar, and I strongly recommend that this film is seen in China, in particular, to those who are concerned about the safety of

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Frances M.

I'd just like to say that I've always liked these movies, and have been a huge fan of the early Star Wars movies (even the prequels) until now. This is an awesome documentary about one of the biggest film projects ever, one of the most in history. Even if you don't know anything about this movie, its still a fascinating story that is well worth watching. The film does its best to keep this movie as spoiler free as possible, so you can watch it without losing any of the good parts. The reason why I gave this movie an 8 instead of a 9 is because, you know, some people don't like to be told what to think. It was also a little depressing at times, but the idea was good, so it wasn't that bad. Don't let any negative reviews deter you from watching this film. I can guarantee it'll leave a good impression, even if you don't know anything about Star Wars. I hope you like it.

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Joseph S.

What is amazing is the absolutely wonderful way this documentary is shown. It is pure, concentrated and warm. It is almost impossible to take a breath while watching this film. It makes you think about yourself and you feel like you are a part of this community. Mr. Chibbs is just a man who is in search of the meaning of life and you can tell that he loves this city of New Orleans, the city that made him a little celebrity. His love for this city is also what makes his family so happy. He is a singer, a poet, a television reporter, a professor of the Art Institute of Chicago and one of the best public speakers of his generation. It is something you just cannot explain, it is something that you can never describe in words. I know that it is a very deep subject, something that really cannot be understood, but he is just too good at it. In this video, you can really see a great man, a great human being, someone who really cares about his city, about his community, about his people and about his people. The documentary is really a very nice mixture of documentaries and interviews. I found it very inspirational, and I found it very informative and a very nice film about a man who loves his city, his people and about the people who live in New Orleans, the city that gave him so much. 7/10

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William L.

My wife and I watched this movie for an hour and a half at the movies on a Friday night. We were ready for a comedy but found it to be a little boring. We were not disappointed with the movie, it was definitely worth the watch. We both had a great time laughing at some of the humorous parts. We both like an old school "walk and talk" movie, so we found it to be entertaining. I think you have to be able to laugh at the old school "walk and talk" movies to appreciate this one. I also would have to say that I enjoyed the "interview" segments of the movie. They were not as interesting as I would have liked, but they were funny nonetheless. My wife found it very entertaining. This movie does not leave a lasting impression, it's not a classic, but it was very entertaining. I will recommend this movie to my friends. We both loved it.

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A lot of people didn't like this movie. They said it was just a bunch of low-life garbage. I say the movie is entertaining, but it's not a great movie. It is entertaining, because there's a bunch of old guys talking about drugs and drunkenness, but it's not really entertaining. It's funny to hear some of the things they say, but they don't really do anything to change the world. It's just that there are a lot of people who think that life has its value in so many different ways. The documentary has an interesting way of telling the stories, but there's not much that's going to change people's behavior. Most of the movie is spent on the guy sitting in the back of the room. He does a lot of weird things and he also tells the story about how his dad died and how he had to pay for his father's funeral. The other guy in the room is a lot more interesting. He is an old man who loves old cars and likes to hang out in his backyard. He tells some really funny stories about his experience with the local drug-dealers. The documentary is entertaining, but it's not a great movie. It's not a documentary that will change people's lives.

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Julia R.

I have watched many documentaries but I found this one particularly compelling. It goes into the backgrounds of the people involved and gives an insight into the process that they went through. The interviews are taken from the perspective of the subjects and their families and it is a fascinating insight into how they took this movie. The interviews are pretty much factual but they are clear and concise and gives you a very good sense of what the story is really about. I'm a big fan of documentary and they were definitely effective in this. The point is the filmmakers did an amazing job and I feel the impact will be felt by many people.

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Susan Hudson

A typical 'B' grade feature, this one was cut to death and has disappeared into the ether. Despite being filmed during one of the bleakest times in decades, the film's post-production crew manages to squeeze in some of the most mundane screen time imaginable. (Somehow, they managed to shove in less than 30 seconds of any of the talking during the entire production). It seems that the person who actually brought this movie to life was just too embarrassed to admit to any of the gross mistakes, which makes for an entertaining and at times poignant viewing experience. The director manages to depict the people involved with the film and shows them to be very real and tough people, which is quite appropriate given the entire scenario they were being portrayed as. However, I personally don't feel that there is enough substance in this documentary to make this film a worthwhile experience.

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I have to say, I've always liked Chubby. This is his third film in five years. I thought he did a great job. If you like 'Tombstone' and 'Rambo: First Blood Part II' then this will probably be a pleasant surprise. The style is similar to 'Tombstone'. It is very action-packed. There are some good jokes in here. I don't know what all the hype is about but I think this is one of the best films of the year. It's entertaining, funny and exciting. My only complaint is that the scenes are a bit long. I thought they could have been shorter. The title is good but I think this film would have been better if the title was 'Arnold'. It could have been more appropriate.

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The concept of a "man of the year" seems an interesting one but unfortunately this film lacks the delivery and creativity of the concept. With a 90 minute running time, this film is very easily over. The actors seem to be saying the same thing to each other throughout the film. The actual topic of the film is interesting but the delivery of the message is completely lacking. This film could have been so much more and the ideas could have been expanded. It would have been great if they could have made the whole thing more than a comedy, it could have been more about a social commentary. Overall this is a nice short film and I would recommend it to people who like the concept but are not sure how to bring it to a film. I would give this a 7.5/10.

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This is the first film from director Paul Thomas Anderson and I have to say it's a good one. The two lead actors - Thomas Mann and Brad Pitt - are both excellent. Anderson gives you the feel of a film that isn't made for him, and thus he should use more of them. This is a very emotional film, if you look past the tone of it. This is a documentary, and one that will resonate with anyone with a passion for film. And Pitt plays it well. I just wish Anderson had another film of his that he was so good at making.

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Johnny B.

Possible spoilers. Yes, a lot of time has passed since this film was made, and yes, I believe this is the first time I've seen it, but I think this film is very important. I think that everyone should watch it at least once. It's very interesting. I thought that a lot of people may have seen the film and not known what the big deal was, but that's not the case. I think it's important to discuss the subject matter of the film. If you haven't seen the film, you're probably going to have a hard time understanding what I'm talking about. It's hard to understand what this film is trying to say if you haven't seen it. There are so many questions about this film, and the way the film was filmed, but I think the most important questions are: 1. Why was that guy so good? 2. What did the girl want? 3. What was the purpose of the girl's death? 4. What's the meaning of that clip on the wall? 5. What was the purpose of that guy in the other room? 6. What did the man in the room next to the man in the room with the small girl say? 7. What's the purpose of that man's death? 8. What's the purpose of the guy's death? If you watch this film, you're going to learn more than you know. I think that everyone should watch this film at least once. It's very important.

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The second installment of the drama "The Turner Diaries" is a mere excuse to see the "top of the barrel" here. The picture stars everyone's favorite masked avenger, Christopher Walken as an infamous gangster, The Turner, who is serving life in prison. He decides to get the lowdown on all the pimping and rape (among other things) he does in prison. The complete lack of being able to say that he has done anything wrong seems to serve as an excellent artistic statement. The guy is so hell bent on being moral that he ignores the moral question posed to him. He does not know any better, and all he cares about is making money for his personal drug dealing group. He just wants to make a buck for the others who were once close to him. But hey, what's do know, it's not always a bad thing to do that, right? So, he does all this pimping and raping, and suddenly you feel sympathy for the guy, and the reality of his situation seems to put in a new light. Then again, maybe it wasn't meant to. What I really wanted to know is what was the point of the documentary. It could have been a very interesting documentary, but all we get is what is on screen. Walken is certainly better here than in "The Phantom of the Opera" as well as "All the president's Men" (I thought that was the only documentary I've ever seen that was better, though). Walken seems to be enjoying this role, and apparently the "phantom" was more fun to watch in "Chinatown" (he was the phantoms under the street lights). It's one thing to pretend to be moral while being "bad" all the time, but in a documentary about a criminal and his story, to show him as a hypocrite would have been more interesting, especially since the subject matter would have helped to depict that character better. There is a scene where he sees the hole in his pants that he had done all that pimping and raping, and he says something like, "I see what I did was wrong." I think there should have been a bit more insight into that character as well, because he has certainly done a lot of things right in his life, and it seemed like there were more things that the guy should have explained. So, maybe I'm being harsh. The film is good, and I did enjoy the documentary aspect, but the picture feels very

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Keith P.

Not the best film I've ever seen, but very good nonetheless. An interesting and well made documentary on a very strange topic. From the director of "That's the Way Love Goes". This film was made as a "fictional" account of the life of the famous author William S. Burroughs. The film was done in the style of a documentary and it was quite enjoyable. I recommend it to people who are interested in the life of Burroughs and his other works.

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Patricia Perez

This is a documentary about Michael Jackson and his music. While it is a somewhat boring documentary, it does show how great and influential his music was, and also how hard it was for him to do and sell. The acting is great, and I didn't really get bored, but the pace was a bit slow, and a bit long, but it was all good. This is a definite must see!

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Dennis Richardson

There are some documentaries that are just great to watch and are unforgettable. Mr. Chibbs is one of those documentaries. Its kind of like a combination of Going Overboard and All The President's Men but it is a different take on the same subject matter. I loved the way the director used both interviews and news footage to tell the story. The film had a great atmosphere to it and I really enjoyed the journey the filmmaker went through with the subjects. The subject of the documentary is really interesting and is something that is hard to find nowadays. The film also showed a lot of the world leaders, but this isn't necessarily a bad thing because it also shows a lot of the human side of these leaders. The only problem I had with the film was that I didn't really understand how the people that the documentary was interviewing actually thought and acted. I think that this would have been much better if the people were interviewed had also been interviewed by a different director or a different documentary director. I also don't really understand why the director chose to use news footage. I think that the footage would have been better used if the people were interviewed had also been interviewed by a different director or a different documentary director. Overall, I really enjoyed the film and I would recommend it to anyone. I give Mr. Chibbs a 7/10.

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Barbara Dunn

I had seen this film at a special screening with a half dozen of my friends at the Seattle Film Festival. I was impressed. It's an excellent film. I've only read the book but after seeing the movie I really got the feeling that I had already read the book. If you've read the book it's a lot better. I also read the film's commentary by the writer, director and actor that was quite interesting. I would have to say that for the viewer who hasn't read the book, I recommend that you read the film first and then go into the film hoping that you get a good feeling of what the book is like. Having said that, I did enjoy the film for what it was. It was entertaining but there was definitely a lot more to it than just entertainment.

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This documentary film is based on the New York Times bestselling book by James O'Brien. The book is about the life of a poet and his battles with mental illness. Although the film is not a true account of how the events of the book were covered, it is nonetheless very entertaining. The film is very well edited and very well shot. It is shot in black and white so that the viewer doesn't have to focus on the color. The pacing is slow, but it is very well paced. The film is not the most exciting thing to watch but it is interesting. I did not expect much from this documentary but it was very interesting and I found it very entertaining.

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Pamela Y.

I recently watched this film, which has a rating of 6.6, and in my mind it's one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. It has very little dialogue and in fact the way its filmed is very convincing. Not only that but the cinematography is quite amazing, and they keep the tempo quite low, which means it's very easy to follow. However, I didn't enjoy it all that much. The story is really hard to follow, with only a few lines being spoken, and the characters that appear are non-existent, meaning that you don't really get a chance to connect with them. The beginning isn't really that interesting either, and after a few scenes the viewer is left wondering why they bothered. I can't say anything more about the film, but it has to be said that it's worth a watch, for the purpose of discovering the best documentaries. Also, I think it's very important for documentary makers to have the freedom to do what they want, and that's what makes them great. I recommend it to anyone who has an interest in documentary films, because it's an exceptional film.

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A self-proclaimed lesbian (and bisexual) social worker, Chibbs was in her mid-30s when this documentary was made. She'd spent her life trying to get people to see that she was human. She never felt comfortable in her own skin, and that's what makes Chibbs' life so fascinating. She was a woman on the run from the law and the system, and she didn't care about what anyone thought of her. She was fearless, and that's what makes Chibbs' life so fascinating. This is a very human documentary, and it's not meant to be seen as a "political statement". The subject matter is a bit extreme, but it's done in a thoughtful and sensitive way. There's not a lot of "oh my God!" moments, but it's a very watchable film, and Chibbs' story is worth watching.

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Paul Harris

*CONTAINS SPOILERS* This film focuses on the life of Bruce Willis in a rural area of Massachusetts. Willis's character is pretty straight forward, and he delivers an excellent performance, portraying a guy that is more than a bit eccentric, but just as funny as you would expect from him. His girlfriend, portrayed by Rachel Weisz, is also a lot of fun to watch, and her performance is spot on. The film is extremely well done, and has some great shots of the state. As I mentioned before, this is not a documentary, but a character study of a man. The film does a great job of showing how he deals with the many different situations he is put in. I personally like how the film does not hold back on showing the highs and lows of Bruce Willis. There are some really funny moments in this film, and some of the moments that make the film work best are the scenes between Bruce Willis and Rachel Weisz. These scenes are great, and the film has some great moments in between these scenes. Overall, I really enjoyed this film, and I think that it will hold up to your viewing. It is a great watch for those who are into character studies, and for those who just want to see a great film. 8/10

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Many people have been offended by this film and are asking why I bother to write about it. I feel that the subject matter is so sensitive and the facts of the case are so well known that it is all that is needed to make a film. I'm just glad I saw it. I am a regular viewer of cable and on that network I would have probably watched it and then lost interest in it. This was an exception. I think a lot of people might not like this film because they feel they have to be a part of the discussion to get it and I can't see why they would like it. It is just a film. No one is going to get it. And if they do then I think they need to know that this was a film that should have been made and I hope more people will see it.

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I'm not a fan of Bruce Springsteen, I think he's not a good singer, I don't think he's an excellent story teller, but I like the music. I love the people and the performances. I thought this documentary was done well, it's not the greatest I've ever seen, but I thought it was an excellent overview of Bruce's life. There are many other documentaries about his life and the music, but I thought this was done well. I thought the people interviewed were also good. I think Bruce did a great job on this one, I liked his voice and his performance of his songs. I think he is a great singer and I think he's a great story teller. I think his performance is the best thing about the movie. I'm not a fan of this doc, but I think it was good. I liked it, and I recommend it.

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I'm not sure how this film was received by the mainstream, but it's certainly not mainstream for the reasons I'm about to explain. I'm a big fan of Mick Garris, but I just don't care for the lyrics to his songs. I find them to be tasteless and completely over-the-top and have absolutely no appreciation for them. So much so that it really takes some concentration to watch his interviews, but it's one thing to make fun of a celebrity (but not in the way of being mean), but another to not only do so, but to seem like a drunk. "Bizarre" seems to be a word of judgement rather than a description of the film. People might think it's rude, but I don't agree. A little bit of unhinged personality does not equal a mean person, and we must consider the context of the interview. There is a reason why it's usually in the same room as the singer or the guy on stage. And this is such a small part of the movie that if you really think about it, it's much funnier than "Muscle Shoals" or "Whiplash." For those who haven't seen these films, this documentary really isn't for you. It's a review, and it's a very, very serious one. You really have to be extremely tolerant of people who don't appreciate your culture, or even just to think that anyone who does should consider themselves in a different category. It's an annoying habit that can be very annoying if you're not prepared for it, but there are no apologies, because it's actually fun. If you like "Young Jesus" or "I Am Nothing" this is definitely worth checking out, but for the rest of us, watch it and see how the story is told.

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I have to say, I have seen a lot of videos about the popular TV series "Chubby Bear" (the name was changed after the show was cancelled in 1978) and it is rare to see any of the original actors in them. However, there is a scene in this documentary, when the producers of the show got a little bit too "in love" with their characters, and decided to have the original actors appear on screen. This is a great segment of the documentary. Here we see them talking about how they made their TV show, how it was a success, and about the controversy it created. We also see the personalities of the people who did the original show and how they remember them. We also get to see what happened to the actors, and to the television series. This is a great collection of memories, interviews, and memories. I have not seen the original series, but this is a great way to see what the TV show was like.

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Danielle G.

I'm not the most objective person in the world, but this movie is really horrible. I actually think it's a waste of time. The acting is so bad, the storyline is incoherent, and it's just a waste of time. It's not a documentary, it's a political statement. It was so boring I couldn't even sit through the entire thing. And to see how people are just passing along political opinions that aren't even really opinions at all, that's just so stupid. This movie is just insulting. And that's really all I have to say about it. And I think that's all this movie is really about. If you really like to watch documentaries that are educational, don't watch this movie.

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William P.

In some ways, I think this is one of the most depressing films ever made. The performances are all really bad and some of the people are so obnoxious you really want to jump on them and physically punch them in the face. The message here is the most unimportant part of the film and doesn't deserve much attention. The execution of the documentary is about as poor as it gets, the camera angles are very choppy and the music is terrible. The editing is abysmal. There are no characters, there are no actors and it seems like a collection of random clips. It also feels like the writers and director were never together. There are a few moments of decent footage, but I would have much preferred this film if it had been edited a bit better and had fewer scenes.

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One of the best documentaries about Chiba, where the history of the city is discussed and the significance of the various Chiba sports clubs is explained. At the end of the documentary, there are a few words of explanation about the history of Chiba and the meaning of "samura". It is a great documentary for those who have not seen it yet.

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Filmmaker Derek Richards's new film is a simple, yet effective tour de force. Understated, yet stylish. The film takes us back to the days when Jimmie Stewart was one of the most versatile stars of the old days, and we see his beginning in a forgotten small town in Georgia, a young boy, and his family's changing history as the young boy, with his father's help, is made to take part in an underground race to the moon, as we learn about the rich history of this long forgotten race. We also see the beginning of a career for Jimmie as an actor, as we see him as a young man, at the peak of his acting potential, in a well known TV movie, and as we see his ambitions in the new era of Hollywood. The film gives us insight into the creation of the famous Hollywood movies of the era, and the early years of the film industry. The film is very well made, as it is a visual documentary, much like the best of David Lynch, but with a lot of beautiful and subtle humor, and without being crude or overly offensive. A must see for all Jimmie fanatics!

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I am a HUGE fan of Steve Martin and Tom Cruise and I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. "Charmed" is a fun, silly comedy that definitely needs to be seen. It was a typical movie from that era in which a spy film went down to the wire and all they were trying to do was make a movie and what do you get? "Charmed" does have a definite comedic edge to it, but not a mainstream, Hollywood comedy. This movie has tons of funny lines and Tom Cruise is a great actor in my opinion, but I don't believe that this movie is making him rich. It is definitely a must see for any Tom Cruise fan and a great movie for all.

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Nancy Jackson

I was hoping to see a documentary about one of the most bizarre drug-related crimes in the history of the United States. I didn't expect to see one, but instead, I got a compilation of a few videos. Most of the videos were completely unrelated to the subject matter of the film. However, I did get a few that were not related to the subject of the film, but still seemed to be worth watching. I was hoping that I would have seen some footage of the heroin and cocaine use in the background of the video, but no. Instead, I found myself sitting in a chair, hoping that I would not miss anything that would relate to the drug use. I eventually found out that the video was an interview with the guy who had to be forced to wear a plastic bag over his mouth and nose. It was a very funny and very insightful interview, but the end of the video was a little disappointing. It ended very abruptly and I had to fast forward a few times to catch what had happened. Other than that, the video was an interesting documentary about one of the strangest crimes that the United States has ever seen. I would recommend this to anyone who has a free moment and wants to know more about the topic. I would say that the only problem I had with the video was the length. It was very long and dragged on a little too long. I felt like the topic was being covered a little too much and it could have been condensed a little more. If you are interested in this subject, I would recommend watching the documentary instead of watching the video. I think that the video would have been better if it had only been about a little more than the 15 minutes. I also would recommend that you do not watch the video if you are trying to sleep because you will be waking up and wondering what just happened. The video did an amazing job of covering a topic that is very difficult to talk about.

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Billy Diaz

David Hasselhoff makes a great interview subject and is very entertaining to watch. But this documentary is too boring and feels too long. Hasselhoff has very few interviews and does not have much to say. Maybe it is because of his age or because of the book that this was edited and released. I think it could have been more entertaining and I wish he had some more interviews. I did not read the book and I would have liked to see more of the interviews. I did enjoy the "old school" interviews but this documentary did not cover enough of that. It is good to see his former WWF colleagues in the documentary and the interviews with him are good but not great. The interview with his son was very interesting. I do think the documentary could have been shorter but I think Hasselhoff did a great interview.

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In this short but gripping documentary, reporter and filmmaker Joe Berlinger takes us inside the operation of a bogus college in Dothan, Alabama. The film, based on a true story, focuses on the manipulative nature of the college and how the students were forced to compete for a coveted spot. We see that the college relies heavily on the exploitation of its students. The film takes us on a journey of how these students, once part of the college, are treated like commodities. The film also delves into the administrators of the college and the way in which they manipulate the students. A lot of the abuses that these students are subjected to are out of the blue. Berlinger and his crew spent time with the students and in some cases, they were forced to tell the truth. The film is based on a true story and is a must see for anyone who is a student, student of higher education, or just someone who wants to know more about college.

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Andrea Nelson

Chris Cornell died on a cold winter night in late February, and he will never be fully able to enjoy what he would consider his greatest work. We are taught from the time we are young to believe in what we read, hear or see. Chris had it all. He was a brilliant singer, but also an excellent storyteller. He had no need to write any music. He had more of an ability to generate emotions and sing them out loud than many a singer. He had the ability to inspire people and would do so in ways that I'll never be able to replicate. He was also a great conversationalist. We know the story of his life by now, but this documentary is my attempt to attempt to tell it to others. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Thank you, Robin

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Rekindleed -- One Man's War Against The Church Of Scientology. This is a film from the perspective of the viewer. I've never been a fan of John Travolta and his role in this movie. I think the plot of the movie is pretty silly. I'm sorry, but John Travolta wasn't that bad. I don't care if he killed someone or kicked their teeth out, but it was just funny when he was doing it. In the movie, I think the worst part of the movie was when, in the beginning, he talks about how he is a fanatic and not much else. He says that the Church of Scientology tried to kill his son and that they told him to "Shut your head off" when he did a little bit of harm. The movie, as I mentioned before, is just ridiculous. They spent a lot of money to put this on the big screen and they wanted to make it entertaining. I think they did a pretty good job of it.

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Randy S.

I agree with most of the comments here, Mr. Chibbs is a talented and well known comedian. However, I found him to be an annoying person, and not funny at all. The jokes were never funny. He acted as though he could barely stand, and was unable to turn down a client. I like to have fun, but I also have to know that a joke is funny. I didn't laugh once.

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Doris Brewer

Perhaps in the mid-1960's, or the mid-1970's, before the influence of the TV show Alias, they were simply being sent off to prison in Texas. But the first, and the only, female convict to be portrayed on screen was Roberta Gregory (in 1974, she had a minor role in the TV show The Twelve Chairs), in 1985's The Last House on the Left, and she certainly had a small, but important role in The Trial of the Century, which I discovered recently on video. Her performance in this film (which was written and directed by a woman) is superb. I feel somewhat ashamed that the director, Shari Springer-Young, is a man, as he has obviously not had much experience in the field of women's film-making. One feels that there are some gaps in his history as an actress. If I may refer the readers to another similar film, Mamie Van Doren's New Jack City, which premiered on TV in 1968, which was based on a short story by the same name. It was directed by Elmer Bernstein, who has a reputation for very successful films with women, and it seems that he has made a career as a director, but then again, in what way? I would have liked to have seen his performance, but perhaps he will be up for a different kind of award someday, perhaps a Lifetime Achievement Award. I would also have liked to have seen his performance in any of the women's movies that he has made. Because of his lack of experience, this movie, about a woman who is sent to prison after a conviction for killing her boyfriend, comes off more like a documentary than a movie. For the most part, it is very disjointed, and seems to go from one story to another, with no real resolution, and a lot of empty space between each story. One story includes a prison-reform activist, the mother of a young girl who was raped by a guard and then sentenced to a "drunken girl" program, as if the director needed to get some background information. Another story involves a lesbian couple who escaped prison, and found refuge in a small town. They eventually return to prison, and when they are released, they have changed their name from a derogatory name to a better one. The director has done a service for women who were arrested, but were not convicted of a crime, by showing their plight. In the last two stories, there is a good deal of commentary, but at the end

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Justin Richardson

This is a great little film about the trail of the infamous John Chibbs, an American motorcycle gang leader, who terrorized and murdered the American Jewish community during the 1940's and '50's. Chibbs was a serial killer who moved his gang members and associates from place to place, and he had a knack for committing a number of different types of crimes. In Los Angeles, he used the Jewish community's extensive lists of mobsters, to find out where his enemies were living. But, it was also during this period in the country, that the United States became the nation of laws, as did Germany and Britain. The only difference is that in the United States, someone is eventually brought to justice, because that is what the legal system does. On the other hand, Germany and England, were doing things that were totally different. Germany's laws were strict and very thorough. England's laws were more open and even more tolerant. Another difference was that in Germany and England, it was illegal to look for somebody who might be "in hiding". You could go to prison for that, but in America, you could look for somebody who was hiding, but you could not. The same goes for France, which had very different laws than the United States. The difference was that the French system was somewhat less lenient than the American system. The film's running time of four and a half hours is a little too long, and I found it a little boring. That is, until I learned about the killers of John Chibbs. The criminals who committed the murders were executed, or put to death, in different ways. In America, we kept a great deal of information about the crime committed by Chibbs, until the assassination of the actor John Wayne, but we did not keep any information about the rest of the gang. This would have been a very interesting subject, if the film was not being told from the point of view of Chibbs. The film is not just about his career in gangsterism. It's also about his adventures in a variety of other subjects. I liked this film very much, but it is probably not one I would recommend to my friends. My vote for The Big Noise is seven. Title (Brazil): "O Buen Problim" ("The Beast of Fear")

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This is a documentary about the directors of the First Beatles Recording Session in July 1964. There are interviews with George Martin, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, John Lennon's wife Cynthia, and several others. I really enjoyed this documentary, especially because it covers so many different aspects of the session and how the Beatles' music developed over the years. I was particularly impressed with the conversations between the band members and the archival footage. It is interesting to see how the Beatles developed their music, as well as their personal relationships with the musicians. This is a really good documentary that I would recommend to anyone interested in the Beatles.

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Linda Guzman

This is an interesting documentary, as the subject is a TV news reporter and a former correspondent. He interviewed several others as well, some who are still on the air, some who are retired. One man mentioned that the network had no problem letting him go after he was fired. He was not happy about it and didn't go back on the air. In fact, I believe he retired after this documentary, although I don't know why. The reason for his retirement is that he was too old to continue, and no one wanted to take on the task of being a correspondent. This is not a good thing for a news station, as he had his own show, which was only shown at 5:30 PM. The interviewees were really old. I would have liked to have heard from some of the old-timers. That said, this is a good documentary and worth seeing.

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Daniel Flores

To the film makers of The Chairs - thank you for taking the time to make this film. It is the most important documentary I have seen. Thank you for allowing me to see this film. I have been living with my husband, whom I have known since age 13, for 18 years and his presence has been a constant reminder of how important this film is to me. I am not a medical professional, but I have to say that the film makers did a great job of keeping the viewer informed and entertained. I am sure that a lot of people will enjoy this film. I am not sure if I will see it again. However, I will certainly be watching it again in the future. Thank you again.

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Walter V.

The film is a 'must see' for all people who appreciate the quality of documentaries that never disappoint.

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Patricia W.

I loved this movie. It was funny, it was uplifting, and I think it made me realize that I was in a great place, and not only that, but that I am in good hands, with an incredible director. It's a good movie to watch on a rainy afternoon with a box of chocolates. I recommend it to everyone. Thanks, Akshay Kumar!

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Kimberly Robertson

I was completely taken by surprise with this documentary. The cinematography is absolutely fantastic and the overall experience is a must see. It is completely unpredictable, and the director will definitely take you for a ride. The interviews with former SEALs and current SEALs are quite interesting as well, with a real camaraderie. The shots of action and the interview with the SEALs are just amazing. You want to be in the SEALs, and you are. It's a great movie. I highly recommend it. The best part is that it's completely free, you can watch it without paying anything. It's a great way to enjoy life and feel like you're part of it. I would recommend this movie to anyone.

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While some might be offended by the subject matter, I found this film to be very, very enlightening and engaging. While I did feel that the portrayal of 'Ricky' was far too positive, it is undeniable that he has provided many people with a sense of purpose and hope. Ricky's story is far from over and he will continue to make his mark in the world for many years to come. There are several points in the film that are very moving, such as Ricky's recovery from a horrible childhood, his conviction that he was not 'innocent' by the legal system and his death sentence being overturned. I also found it to be very informative and informative of the history of racism in America, in particular, it provided a much needed historical perspective. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the subject. I found it to be very informative and thought provoking, and was very uplifting.

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Anthony A.

It's not often that you get to hear an honest and compelling story told so candidly. The truth is that all of us are able to understand a little bit of what's happening in our lives in terms of our friends and family, but rarely do we get the chance to understand the relationships and dynamics between family members, friends, co-workers and acquaintances. This documentary is a wonderful example of how people can be on the verge of something special, but can be so distracted by life, that they don't realize how important they are until they need them. For those of us who are able to relate to the themes of this documentary, we will be able to better appreciate our families and friends and realize that they are important in our lives, and that it's important to have them in place. If you're one of those people who don't really get to know your family or friends, this documentary is a great way to get a new perspective on them.

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The documentary makes for a great introduction to the life of George Carlin and the late '60s. Carlin is a comedy legend and the documentary shines the spotlight on his many famous routines. It also includes his early days and his rise to fame, but also shows some of his more off-the-wall moments, such as his "white people are racists" routine. The documentary is well-edited and well-edited. There are many personal stories about George Carlin, and they are told in an amusing and entertaining manner. The documentary is informative and fun, but not overly sentimental. I liked it very much, and I'm sure it would make a great introduction to Carlin's work.

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Frank A.

I'll just start by saying that I've seen many of the reviews and commentary surrounding this movie that criticizes it for being "boring" or "watered down" (in this case, "watered down" means it's only for "people who don't mind having their brains drained and being subjected to a lot of infomercials"). The people who have this attitude need to realize that this movie is a documentary that is all about the people, and the stories that they share. If you want to see a movie that is supposed to be boring, don't watch it. If you want to see a movie that is supposed to be "watered down" and "boring," watch this movie. It's well-done, it's well-written, and it's just plain fun. The movie is meant to be entertaining. It is NOT meant to be a "whodunit," as some people have stated. It is a movie about a bunch of folks, about their lives and how they live. It's about how people interact and why. I also find it fascinating that people seem to be expecting a documentary-style of movie, when in fact, this is NOT a documentary. This is not a movie about a crime, it's not a movie about a murder. It's about a bunch of folks who happen to live in the same town, and how they interact with one another. This is an interesting movie, and I strongly encourage you to see it. It's well-made, and it's very entertaining. I highly recommend it.

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Catherine Long

Bertrand Tavernier's film, entitled "The Bloody Chamber", is about an infamous French abortionist, Jacques Hamel, who was accused of killing over 30 women. In this film, he presents the evidence he has gathered and the evidence of the police who investigated the case. This film is not for those who wish to make a judgment about the subject matter, but for those who wish to hear about Hamel's career and the evidence he presented. The film also tells us about his beliefs about the unborn child, and about the woman who was killed by him. The film is a wonderful examination of Hamel's career, and is a must see for anyone who is interested in the topic of abortion.

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Lori Tucker

I watched this documentary not long after watching the very popular documentary "Losing my mind" by David Basham. In this film, he interviewed the major "toxic" celebrities of the time including: Barbara Walters, Ellen DeGeneres, Dolly Parton, and Bob Hope. He also interviewed a number of prominent critics, such as Hugh Hefner and Richard Pryor. I found that both documentaries were quite similar, but the movie "Losing My Mind" was much better. However, this film is still an excellent documentary. It is about the mental illness of Marilyn Monroe, and the fame of "Marilyn". Barbara Walters was the main source of this movie. This film is a true eye-opener. If you are interested in the subject matter, then you should see this documentary.

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Deborah L.

I was at the 2009 Cinequest film festival in Nashville, Tennessee and saw this documentary. It is one of the best films I have ever seen and one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It takes a good look at a very complex subject. It starts with the struggle of a son to get his father's attention for his mother. We then move to the war in Afghanistan, and the feeling of being "trapped" in the middle of nowhere. After a while we move to the "white house" and see how the father has managed to build his life around his daughter. It then moves to the battle in Iraq, and the feelings of the American soldiers who are trying to survive the fighting. We see how the father has not "answered" his son's calls for help, but is doing his best to be a good father. This documentary really shows how an American can be influenced by his culture and a minority to have a different view than the majority. The film also shows how the Taliban tried to make their point through humor. We see how the Taliban is trying to make a point, but the film shows how this is also a sign of the war on American and European values. It is a very good film, and should be seen by everyone.

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Christina Marshall

In my opinion, this is the best documentary on what was a very interesting era in human history. From the time when it was "the American Century" until the time when it was "the American Century", this film follows the progression of many important events from the end of the 18th century to the beginning of the 20th century. While the time span is somewhat of an exaggeration, the documentary is as accurate as possible. In addition to the historical events covered, the film also covers current events such as the human trafficking epidemic and the legal system that keeps corporations from using their power to take away our civil rights. In addition, the film is a great document of the effects of the economic crisis and the social problems we have today. I strongly recommend this documentary to anyone that is interested in the American past.

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Christopher Wilson

For all you girls out there, this is a documentary of one of the most popular male rock singers of the 80's. The documentary shows that when it comes to music, he is truly one of the greatest. If you love this music, you will also love his personality. He is a very personable guy. He really does like the ladies. And he makes you laugh in this documentary. The documentary shows that he is a very loving person who loves his family and his fans. He loves his fans, he loves his music, and he loves his family. And it shows that he is truly a person who would do anything for them. It shows that he is a good person, and that he cares about everyone. If you are looking for a great documentary on one of the greatest artists of the 80's, I recommend this documentary. 9/10

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Jacob O.

This is a documentary that is based on the true story of the U.S. "Brother's Keeper" program which helps people who are homeless to find a home. The film begins with a very exciting and interesting interview with the director, Roberta Hall. This is followed by interviews with people who are part of the program, who share their stories, their struggles and their joys in this program. Then the documentary follows the lives of these homeless people as they search for a home and a way to make a living. The film is well done and very moving. It also includes some humor and drama to keep the viewer interested. It is not a documentary that you can skip and fast forward through, but it is worth watching.

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This documentary is a must see for anyone who has ever thought about their own sexuality or what it's like to be gay or bi-sexual. It is a journey into the life and struggles of a gay man in Los Angeles. It is about people like him, who are so unlike the stereotypes that we see in movies. It's a look at the lives of the gay men who are so different from the rest of us, yet so similar. We see the struggles they go through in order to find acceptance and acceptance of their sexuality. We see their anger and frustration when they feel they are being rejected by people and organizations that they think should accept them. We see the joy and happiness that comes with loving people who are different than us. The problems are also many. The more difficult one is not being able to tell a friend about the love and acceptance that they have. The more difficult is not being able to tell your family, who don't know who you are. But these problems can be overcome. The best part is that you get to see these men and hear them talk about it. And we see their joy and pride in the people who love them. It is a great story that can be told by anyone who has ever been in a similar position. Everyone should see this film, even if you are not gay or bi-sexual.

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Wayne P.

It's amazing how little one person can do to change the world. I have lived in Los Angeles for the last 19 years and have seen the effects of the actions of many of my closest friends. I've been through a lot of conflict and many changes in my own life. I am proud to have a friend who is so understanding and does not hold grudges. My own life has not been easy but I have found peace and hope. There are many good things in this world and yet there are so many bad things. My heart goes out to anyone who is experiencing this.

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This documentary explores the activities and motivations of two men in their late twenties and early thirties, one of whom has spent his entire adult life on a psychiatric ward, the other a former rock star. Their encounters with the world, their relationships with their mothers, their struggles with the culture and society around them, and their romantic lives and relationships are all brought together in this provocative and fascinating film. The interviews are frank and raw, their voices are rough and their emotions are raw. The film is long and slow at times, but the performances are exceptional and the emotions are deep and deep. I recommend this film to anyone who loves the human condition and wants to see a new perspective on it.

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Phillip Rice

It's an interesting and very compelling documentary about the very good actors that I have come to know and love. I have been a fan of Jackie Lee for over 10 years and I have known him since childhood. I have loved his music since childhood and have been following his career since. I have seen and loved him on Broadway since his first play. I have seen him play many roles that he has played, and I have enjoyed watching his acting as much as the audience. I have loved his movies, too. And I have always been a fan of his music. It was wonderful to see him on camera, and to hear him on stage. I am so glad that I am now a fan of him, and so glad that I have seen him on stage. And I hope that this documentary can be seen by as many people as possible. I think that everyone should see this film. It's a great film about one of the greatest actors of our time. He is an amazing human being and a wonderful person. I have never seen him in such an important role. He is a wonderful actor and a great human being. I want to tell everyone about him and his wonderful work. I hope that everyone will see this film and see what a great human being he is.

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Amanda C.

I was surprised by the amount of people who didn't like this film. I thought it was a great documentary. I also didn't like the fact that it was very slow and slow to get to the point. I thought it was the perfect length. The ending was a little abrupt but that's what makes a documentary great. It really gets you thinking and makes you want to know more. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time and was so enthralled with what I was seeing. I was very surprised that it was a Christian organization and I think that this film was very effective. It also made me question what people do for a living and how much money they actually make. It was very interesting to see how the lives of the four men impacted the lives of others. I think it was very enlightening and made me think about my own life and how I live it. I think it was a great documentary and I'm so glad it was made. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in understanding the lives of these four men.

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Diana P.

I had to read the other comments before I could get a reaction from the one I have already read. I read that this movie was about a man, whose dog was lost in the woods and he thought that he could find it. He was searching for it for a long time, but when he finally found it, it was gone. He searched and searched, but didn't find it. He was just losing hope. But then he found a movie, "The Wild One", and this movie showed him how to be a better person. It was a great movie and I think it was very inspiring. I think this movie is very important and that everyone should watch it. I think you should watch it, because I think it will make you a better person. I also think that the movie is very inspirational and that everyone should watch it.

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Christine Smith

In a time when the American people are often talking about how "this country is broken", I think this film is a great way to understand how our culture has changed over the years. In the beginning, it is very interesting to see how different the different generations were. There are so many interesting and memorable moments throughout the film that I will probably watch it again and again. The film also addresses some very important issues, such as how much of a role the media has played in our society and how much control we have over what we see and hear. It also focuses on how our media has influenced our perceptions of each other and our feelings towards each other, and how we can have a negative effect on the people around us. One of the most important aspects of this film is that it is actually based on a true story. I was amazed to see how much the media has changed in the last few decades. People are still showing their emotions and emotions are still being broadcasted. This is a film that is more about us as individuals than it is about us as a society. It is a film that we can watch over and over again, and learn something from each time. I highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in how our culture has changed over the years.

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Russell Hansen

The movie is about a man named Chibbs, a person who has a lot of problems in his life. He has a son, who is in prison. He has a daughter, who is now married with another man. And he has two grandchildren who are all grown up. All these problems lead to Chibbs going to prison. What I liked the most about this movie is that it shows us what happens to people who are in prison. It shows us the problems that they have, and also their life after they leave prison. I recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about life in prison. This movie was good and it was very interesting. This movie really showed me a lot of things. It showed the problems that Chibbs had, and also the problems that they had after they left prison. Overall, this movie was very good and I think everyone should see it. I rate it 9/10.

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David P.

What I appreciate most about this documentary is that it does not pretend to be a serious look at the subject matter. Instead, it seems to go right into the details, with a great focus on what people with different backgrounds and philosophies have to say about the subject. The film starts with a great introduction by Laura Walker (the director) explaining the background and what led to the creation of the film, and then follows the stories of the people involved in making the film. The stories include a number of different kinds of people and how they were influenced and shaped by the film's themes. The film also takes a look at some of the controversies surrounding the subject matter, and how they were handled by the public and the media. These stories are all interesting to follow, and it is quite interesting to see how much is attributed to the people behind the scenes. The only negative thing I can say about the film is that some of the interviews do feel slightly out of place, and may be a little too long. It also seems that some of the interviews are quite well-organized and structured, but some of the stories do feel a bit more fragmented, like some of the interviews in the film. Still, I would highly recommend this film for anyone who wants to learn more about the subject matter, or is curious about the process of making a documentary.

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I was skeptical of this documentary after the reviews here. It was well done and informative. I was impressed with the investigative approach of the filmmakers. I also appreciated that the filmmakers were willing to take the time to show me the footage. For me, this was an important story that deserves to be told.