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Mansfield 66/67

Mansfield 66/67 is a movie starring Kenneth Anger, A.J. Benza, and Sue Bernard. MANSFIELD 66/67 is about the last two years of movie goddess Jayne Mansfield's life, and the rumours swirling around her untimely death.

Other Titles
Jayne Mansfield 66/67
Running Time
1 hours 24 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Musical, Biography, Documentary
Todd Hughes, P. David Ebersole
A.J. Benza, Sue Bernard, Kenneth Anger, Joshua Grannell
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

MANSFIELD 66/67 is about the last two years of movie goddess Jayne Mansfield's life and the rumors swirling around her untimely death being caused by a curse after her alleged romantic dalliance with Anton LaVey, head of the Church of Satan.

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Adam Turner

I saw this movie about 2 years ago and I thought it was great! I watched it again yesterday and it was even better! The director really brings the songs to life and it is great to see them again. I don't want to spoil anything for those who haven't seen it yet but it is a must see! I can't wait to see it again! I have been waiting for this for a long time and it is really worth the wait. You won't be disappointed!

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I remember the first time I saw this movie, on cable in the late 80s. The band was playing, and my boyfriend and I were so pumped that I turned to him and said, "I bet I could play better than the band!" I didn't say this out of jealousy or anything, I was genuinely happy to hear that. But when I heard that this movie had been made, I had to see it. The movie was absolutely awesome. It really is a story about how bands and their music came to be, and how bands have become legends in their own right. The movie is truly a gem, and one that anyone should see. I saw this on cable one night and fell in love with the movie. I had never heard of this band, and my boyfriend, who was still in college, had never even heard of them. I think that this movie should be seen by all. I have never been a big fan of metal, and I have only ever really heard about this band through the internet. But I loved this movie so much, and I am now a big fan of metal. This movie is fantastic. I love it. If you like music, I highly recommend this movie.

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Beverly S.

A film maker with a keen eye for detail and a skillful eye for composition and sound capture. Mr. Jackson, although known for the "Matrix" trilogy, which was a massive success, has crafted a very strong, entertaining, documentary on the early rock'n'roll era, and a look into the creative process behind it. Although the film is slow at times, the director manages to maintain interest throughout the film. He knows his audience, and makes the film flows with purpose. Mr. Jackson has made a film for fans, and not just for those of us who love the music and the eras. He has included a few songs that are not in the music and, to my knowledge, is not the first person to do this. The documentary is filled with tidbits from the period, and many interesting interviews with artists, music industry people, and musicians. The songs are mostly very good, but some are just as good. Mr. Jackson does a good job in blending the documentary with the music. The interviews with some of the musicians are very interesting, and many of the interviews are very interesting. He has a very good ear for what is important in the music. In the end, this is a very good documentary, and it should be required viewing for anyone who loves rock'n'roll. I give it a "8", but if you like rock'n'roll, you will enjoy it. If you don't like rock'n'roll, you will enjoy it. I hope you will give it a chance. I am sure you will enjoy it.

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I saw this on DVD and was glad to find a copy. I liked this movie because of its honesty. The whole film is about how the female contestants of the show are treated. They have a lot of different views about the show. Some think it is fine. Some think it is degrading. Some think it is really cool. Some think it is really terrible. Most of the women have the same view about the show. It is a very interesting documentary. You can see how the contestants try to be cool. They try to do things that are supposed to be cool. But it is really not cool. And it is not something that they should do. It is something that the women themselves would do. I was very impressed with this movie because it shows the life of the contestants of the show. It shows that they really do have fun with the show. There is a great sense of humor in this documentary. This movie is about a female contestant and her life after the show. I think it is very interesting and entertaining.

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Margaret Sanchez

For the first time in a long time I have watched a feature film. I have watched the remake of Mansfield Park 66, so this is a definite improvement. The film contains amazing interviews with the cast and crew and the behind the scenes footage from the film. It is very interesting to see how the cast and crew felt about the movie, including the composer and the producer. The director, Stephen Soderbergh, does a great job at making the film more personal to the actors, which makes the movie seem more like a documentary. I also recommend this documentary to anyone who has ever watched a film.

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I'm not going to waste time or money reviewing this documentary. I have seen a few documentaries about the Beatles in the past, and the last few years have been dominated by documentaries about the Beatles. These documentaries tend to either focus on the band, or the various personalities who were associated with the band, or the various people involved in the band. As such, I was not surprised that this documentary was made. It was also a bit of a surprise that it was made in the first place. The Beatles had been dead for almost three decades before this documentary was released. But the documentary is very well done, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It is well paced, with a good flow to the film. I found the documentary to be very interesting, and I enjoyed the way the film was done. It is well worth watching, and I can see why the Beatles would be pleased with the way the film was done. This documentary is not perfect, however. It is not the best documentary I have ever seen, and it is not a documentary I would recommend to anyone. But for the most part, it is a good documentary, and it is well worth watching.

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Ashley Kennedy

It is a film that shows us what it's like to be a soldier in the UK and how we got to the point of that of being able to do what we did. From the very beginning, it was obvious that this film would be about the war and what happened, but it was not. It was about what was done by the soldiers in that war, but what was done by the British Army. This film shows us the lives of the soldiers in that war, how they felt about being there, and what they did for a living. The film is really about how we live now, but also about what the soldiers lived for. We see the lives of the soldiers and what they lived for, and how they did things for a living. They were just ordinary people, but we see them as ordinary people that had to do the unthinkable. This is a film that we should see, and in fact, I think it will get better with time. We will never get back the time that we had, but we can at least try to get back the peace that we had and try to live our lives. But I think the most important message that we can take from this film is that it is not just a war, but the war that we all went through and lived for, but it was not just war, and it could not be stopped. We can live our lives and do the things that we wanted to do, but it could not be stopped.

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In addition to having a wonderfully good story, "Mansfield 66" is also an excellent documentary film about the history of the 50's and the 60's American music scene. There are many very interesting interviews with people who had a very important role in shaping the music scene, including the "Mansfield Brothers" (Scott Houser, Steve Anthony, Carl Collins, and Bill Zabriskie), Steve Howe (the producer of The Rolling Stones), The Moog and Minimoog artists, and many others. Some of the best interviews are with early David Bowie and the other band members, who are interviewed in a more personal way. In addition, the music is very good, from early Bowie to more recent stuff like Tame Impala. The film is also very informative about the music itself, the band members themselves, the bands and the music itself, and the importance of The Beatles for the music scene in the 50's and 60's. There is some interesting footage of the performances of The Beatles, from the famous Beatle Strip Dance to some of their later performances. "Mansfield 66" is an excellent documentary film about the music scene and the music, and it's a great addition to any music fan's collection.

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Rebecca H.

I'll be honest, I didn't know what to expect with this documentary, but I'm glad I watched it. I wasn't expecting much but I was pleasantly surprised by this film. The director, David Grubman, has made a documentary that tells the story of how the Beatles helped the British police deal with the riots that took place in the summer of 1969, which is a wonderful story. I was happy to hear how they were able to calm the situation down and make sure that all the people in London were safe. The music they were able to use was a great help in doing this. The director also told the story of how they got the BBC to allow them to go back into the studios and listen to the Beatles playing. I think the most important part of the documentary is that they are able to tell this story in a way that doesn't seem preachy. They were able to show the audience the stories of the people that lived through this tumultuous period and the harm that was done to the music and the artists. This documentary should be watched by everyone and everyone should be able to learn something about the history of the Beatles.

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As a music student in the early eighties I remember attending a number of live concerts by this band. The footage was often very interesting and the songs were memorable. Recently I have been searching for this footage and can't seem to find anything. What is the story? What was the intent of the music? Is there any significance to the lyrics? What were the goals of the band? If the music is lost in the internet era it should be available. I have searched on the internet and I cannot find anything.

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Carolyn L.

This is one of the best documentaries I have seen in a long time. There are some really bad movies made these days, but the people behind the scenes are the ones who know what it takes to make a great movie. I can't think of a better way to spend a couple of hours than this one.

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Marie Lewis

I had been looking forward to seeing this movie for months, but I was a bit hesitant because of the subject matter and the fact that I had never seen the original. I was pleasantly surprised. The movie is quite long but it's well worth the wait. I'm not a big fan of music documentaries, but the music in this movie was quite engaging and really added to the story. I was also impressed with the amount of research that went into making the film, and the amount of time that went into the actual filming. I also really liked the fact that the director wasn't afraid to show the wrong side of the story. I was also surprised that the director didn't shy away from showing the gay community and the influence that the music had on their lives. Overall, I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in the subject of gay music. I would also recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in music documentaries.

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The most original documentary I have seen in a long time. The subject matter is serious but the comedy and light-hearted moments make it an excellent look at the first half of the 70's and the second half of the 80's. If you have not seen this film yet, watch it and decide for yourself. I hope you are as surprised as I was.

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Victoria W.

I saw this movie at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival, and this movie is definitely a must see. The movie is also a story of our time, but also of a time that is not all that long ago. It is very difficult to tell the story of this world without making it seem like a documentary, but this is not the case. The movie takes you through the story of a lot of people, and how they think about, think about and try to live in this world that we live in. This world is very different from what we live in, and it is easy to see that it is because we are so far removed from it. I think this movie shows us what our future will be like, if we do not take this world as it is. I give this movie a 10 out of 10.

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Michael Robinson

I can't think of a more perfect movie to end this series. I had never heard of this movie until I saw it and fell in love with it. This movie will be the beginning of my new-found appreciation for film. I am so glad I watched it. It was so easy to fall in love with it. You can tell it is a very serious film. This is the first time I have ever seen a film that has a "darker" ending than most of the movies I have seen. The ending is what truly sets this film apart from other films. The music and sound effects are incredible. If you love music and you love movies, I highly recommend this film.

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Victoria A.

The film is fascinating in many aspects. The soundtrack, the language, the acting, the visuals, the history, the photography. The cinematography is beautiful, but what really makes the film a classic is the music. "Piano Concerto No. 1 in D Minor" by Louis Armstrong and "Hymn for the Weekend" by John Williams are both truly unforgettable. I would say that this is the most beautiful film I have ever seen. I would recommend it to anyone.

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Carl Carpenter

A fantastic documentary, not for those who like to dig deep and see everything from all angles. But those who like to see things from many angles are going to love this film. I have to admit I was pleasantly surprised by how much this documentary was accurate in presenting a lot of the facts. As a proud member of the church, I do have to say the people portrayed in this film are great church people and I would like to see them spread their message in a better way. There were a lot of people in the audience that I believe were inspired to join the church. I would recommend this film to everyone. It is well worth your time. It has some of the most incredible footage that you are ever going to see in a documentary. This film deserves the Best Documentary Oscar. There are many people in this world that don't know the truth and they deserve to know the truth. This is a documentary that everyone should see. It is a beautiful thing to watch. The director of this film is truly a great person and I can't wait to see what he is going to do next. This is truly a wonderful film that deserves to be seen by everyone. I give this film a perfect score of 9/10.

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After I saw this documentary I wanted to see it again, but I had to wait a while to see it again. I remember the film well. I was so impressed with it that I watched it again and again and was very surprised by the insights that I had gained from it. The film shows us the historical context of this day and age. It shows us the social structure and the interactions between the people, and also shows us how different races, religions, and countries were viewed by the ruling class of the time. I think that the film shows us the "tyranny of the majority" in a very powerful way. I am surprised that this film did not get much publicity at the time it was released. I believe that it was a very important film that was forgotten and ignored. It should be shown to all people who are interested in how the history of the 20th century has shaped the present day. A very good documentary. 9/10

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This is a really great film about the day in 1970 when Bobby Sands and his friends threw the first Molotov cocktail at a Mexican restaurant in New York. It is a great story of a young man with a dream who sees the future and a community of people who see the future. The film is well-done and should be viewed by anyone who loves a story about the future.

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Melissa Newman

The BBC decided to make a movie based on the story of 'Mansfield 66', and this one, sadly, doesn't make that much sense. We begin in the early 1970s, when the Falklands War started, and people were starting to get restless about the war. The BBC decided to go with a story that would create a lot of interest in the BBC. So, they sent the BBC's very own producer (Tony Hall), and a team of historians, to the village of Mansfield, West Sussex, to find out what happened. Well, what they found was pretty much a mess. The BBC was trying to cover a story that had absolutely nothing to do with the war. But, they still managed to put together a movie that was very much based on the BBC's "story", which just didn't seem very believable. The BBC was also very slow in telling the story. This movie is also very slow, as well. The BBC made a documentary that told the story of the war, but the movie was made to only show the BBC's "story". I think the people who made this movie were trying to make a movie that would make the BBC's story come to life. And, I think it would have been better if they had just made a documentary, instead of a movie. But, still, the BBC did a pretty good job with the movie. They showed what happened, but they didn't show everything. They showed the BBC's "story", but they didn't show the other parts of the story, which I think is very important. It also shows a lot of other events that happened in the village, but the BBC didn't show them. So, I think it was a pretty good movie. It was fast-paced, and very well done. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the war.

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Cynthia S.

This is a really good documentary on the music of the 60's and 70's. I had not known that the music of the 60's and 70's had been given such attention in films like 'Sound of Music' and 'The Sound of Music', so I was really impressed with this documentary. The interviews with the musicians are great and the film is full of music clips. I think that it is very well put together and shows the music in a different light. I really enjoyed this film and would recommend it to anyone who likes music.

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Larry A.

When you're an overachiever, you don't think that you're being judged. But when you're the underachiever, the world seems to judge you. I'm so glad I've found this movie. The makers of this documentary took me into the mind of a professional basketball player. He talks about how he felt when he was at the top of his game and how he didn't know what was going to happen next. Then he talks about how he felt when he started losing it and then finally, when he finally got back up to his best. He talks about his decision to be an underachiever, about his thoughts about his father and his wife and the effects it had on his life. He also talks about how he finally decided to stop playing basketball, how it made him think about his life and what he had done to make it as great as it was. There were some really sad parts to this movie. The opening was quite painful. But I loved the way the story unfolded and how the director kept you interested in what he was saying. It's a great movie and one that I plan on seeing again.

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I have been a fan of the film for quite a while. When the documentary was released on DVD, I was absolutely in love with it. I was so impressed with how this documentary captured the artistic spirit of the film. As the film was coming to an end, I couldn't help but think how much I would love to see the film again. I was curious to know how it would play out. When I went to see it again on the DVD, I was surprised by how much I loved it. I thought that this documentary could be on the same level as the original, but that was not the case. The story of the film and the interviewees are really interesting, but it seemed like they were just describing the past rather than telling the story of the film. The people interviewed were still good, but I was not completely impressed. I was hoping for more. I would love to see more footage from the film and would like to know more about the people that were involved with the film. The film did make me think about my own relationship with my father. I would like to know how the film affected him. I think that if they had a more complete version of the film, I would have enjoyed it more. I would recommend this film to everyone who wants to see the story of one of the greatest films ever made.

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Lisa S.

I just came back from watching this film and I was very impressed. This is the best documentary I have seen in a long time. I didn't expect it to be this good. This is a must see for all fans of Rolling Stones. There is a lot of raw footage and some great interviews. I can't wait to see this on DVD and even more so on DVD! This is a must see for anyone who is a fan of the Rolling Stones. The documentary is also very interesting as it shows how the Stones became successful. They are a band that used to play to very small crowds and audiences just couldn't get their heads around them. They still can't! If you are a fan of the Rolling Stones you should definitely check this out.

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Carl C.

It's hard to describe a documentary without spoilers. If you have seen the movie, you know how it ends. However, in a nutshell, I believe the director, Danny Glover, wanted to end the documentary on a positive note. This is the only reason I gave it a 9 out of 10. At first, I thought the director had two goals. The first was to provide some answers to the questions the movie raised. The second goal was to give us a look at the life of Mansfield 66/67 and how they were forced into a war that didn't need to be fought. The second goal failed. There was no definitive answer as to why they had to be fighting the war. It was like a movie, with a series of questions. This movie had a much better ending than the movie that followed it. It was less about the problems of the movie and more about the characters. The movie had some good points. They provided a lot of information about the lives of the soldiers and what they went through. However, the movie didn't explain why the movie had to be made. The most important thing I learned from this movie is that people should listen to their friends. We've all got someone we love, someone we want to be with, and someone we don't know. I would recommend this movie for people who like documentaries. However, if you are a military history buff, I would recommend that you skip this movie. You will be better served by the movie before you see the movie.

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Judy W.

The new film on the classic "Cats" series. An interesting film about the film, and the man behind the film. It's interesting to see that the director and actors are both from different countries. The director is British, and the actor is Austrian. The film is an interesting look at the films and what they were about. It's interesting to see that they are both not just acting, but actually directing the film. It's a nice little film, with a great soundtrack. I recommend it to fans of the films, and also to fans of the man behind the films. It's an interesting film that you should check out. 8/10

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Marilyn Garcia

After watching the documentary, I felt that the film is a master piece and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the history of the band. All the music and film clips are excellent, and the band members are also very good. It is a great documentary, and you will enjoy it. The band members were nice and you can feel that they really have been involved in this story. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to know more about the band.

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Dylan R.

I had not seen the film until just now and it was amazing. The story and the execution were awesome. The presentation was also very good. It was very informative, and very well put together. There were some very interesting facts that were not in the original film. I thought the editing was pretty good, too. The main reason why I went to see it was to see it with my wife, and we both were very impressed. We both are big fans of the original movie, and we thought the new film was very well put together, and there were also some very touching moments in it. I would recommend this to anyone who loves a good story, and great films. This is one of my all time favorite movies. It was very well done and worth the time it took to see it.

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Not so much a documentary as a graphic tale. What I really liked about this movie was the fact that I could never stop laughing. There were many funny bits that are not to be missed. I think this movie is one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. The most amusing thing about the movie was the little girls, they were hysterical. This movie is for anyone who is into comedy and its great for a laugh. Go see it, its a great movie.

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Saw this on HBO and couldn't believe how well the documentary captured the spirit of the first Beatles' years. I watched the film in 4K resolution and I couldn't believe how much the sound was enhanced. Not only that, but the detail and the story was so great. You just cannot stop thinking about it. It is an emotional roller coaster from start to finish. The real beauty of the documentary is that you can actually connect with the Beatles and you don't need to be a Beatles fan to like this documentary. The music is what really matters. It's the music that brought them to where they were in 1967. This is a documentary that any Beatles fan should see. But the documentary also gives a lot of insight into the Beatles' writing, touring, etc. And it's also full of interviews with people who know them better than anyone else, such as Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. The documentary is really enjoyable. Even if you're not a Beatles fan, you will definitely enjoy it. The Beatles certainly had a special place in the hearts of many people who have a connection to them. I also enjoyed the documentary. But I would have liked to see more behind the scenes footage and interviews. My only complaint is that the documentary is about the Beatles, but it doesn't go into much detail about them and their life. Also, it has a lot of deleted footage from the film that I would have liked to see. Overall, I think this documentary will become a classic. I've watched it about 30 times and I still love it every time. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves music.

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Sandra Carter

At the very beginning of the film, it is stated that a lot of the people involved in the making of this documentary are close friends and family members of the band. As we move through the film, we learn that this is not an accident. They all knew each other, and their involvement with the band is very much an integral part of their lives. One of the most interesting and interesting aspects of the documentary is the nature of their relationship. They were all very well-read and very interested in the music, but their passion was more to the people involved with the band. The most interesting aspect of their relationship is the way in which they tried to achieve that shared passion. When a band has a "brother" (or "sister") in the band, it is natural that they would try to emulate that person's personality, interests, and strengths. The way they went about that was also interesting, and a nice touch. I think the most impressive aspect of the film was the way that the band themselves described the relationships they had with each other. The band members gave very little away, but I think it was very important for them to tell the story of their friendship. They talked about how they had different jobs, different interests, different problems, and how they really tried to maintain a "brotherly" relationship. I think that was very interesting to watch, and it made me appreciate their relationship a lot more. It was also very interesting to see how their friend and family members responded to the documentary. Some of them didn't like it, and some of them liked it. Overall, I think the documentary is very well-done, and very interesting. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn more about the band and the people involved with them.

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As a fan of both film and music I was very excited to see this documentary, it is very well done. I enjoyed it very much, it is a must watch for any music fan and as a film it is very well done. The story starts in the 70's and the band who we are introduced to are all now dead, so this documentary takes us through their lives and how they were influenced by the music they loved. The band is actually called M.A.S.H. and they were a rock band, but they had a musical influence as well. They were all very talented and very different from each other. The documentary shows the band members playing songs of their favorite bands, which is a very entertaining thing to watch. The band is very well-known for their music and they were very popular. They made many albums and songs and they were very popular. The documentary also shows the music scene in the 70's, the style of music they were playing and how different it was from the music of today. The documentary shows many great interviews with the band members and also with other famous musicians. It is a great documentary and I recommend it to anyone who is a fan of rock music.

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Russell Rodriguez

I'm going to start off by saying that I'm not a big fan of the director's work and would not recommend that anyone should see this documentary. But, I saw this documentary and it made me go back and watch the original Mansfield 66, which I didn't really like but was kind of interesting anyway. I think that the documentary is one of the better documentaries I've seen in a long time. It has very good points and it makes you really think about the original Mansfield 66 and what it means to the people that were involved in it. I also thought that the documentary was pretty accurate in all the areas. It's not the greatest documentary I've seen but I think that it is pretty accurate and makes a very good argument. I'm really glad that the documentary was made and I hope that it can be put out on DVD so that it can be more widely used.

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Anthony Watson

This is an excellent documentary about the music of Mansfield 66. As a musician myself, it is also a story of how music has shaped my life. The film is beautifully made, and the music is also beautiful. The way that the music is presented is also beautifully done. The idea of being able to follow the music with an audience is brilliant, and the fact that the story is told in the order that it is given is superb. The narrator is especially great, and the music is superb. The footage is very well done, and the soundtrack is excellent. I give this film a 9 out of 10.

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Howard Henderson

This is a very long, very well done documentary about the film making process of Paul Newman, of the "Man in Black" (1974) and "The Godfather" (1972). Newman was a great actor, but he's also a great director, and it shows here. The film is a very good look at the process of making these movies, and at the end, I found myself wanting more. The documentary is very well done, and the interviews with Newman are very informative. It's very interesting to see how Newman got his name, and how he got involved with the making of the "Man in Black". There are also many clips from his movies, which are very interesting. The one that really stood out was the "Godfather" part, which is really quite amazing. The documentary is very well done, and I recommend it. It's a very interesting look at the making of these movies, and at the end, I found myself wanting more.

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Emily F.

In his most ambitious and innovative film, film critic Roger Ebert recounts the complicated story of the making of the Beatles' film "Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow." As the film was being made, John Lennon and Paul McCartney met with the producer and director of the film, George Martin. Ebert reveals that this meeting was the first time the Beatles had heard the film, and as a result, they were greatly affected by the film. This film is a tour de force of editing, sound, and musical experimentation. The film is also a lesson in the creative power of music. The film is full of "temporal serendipity," and it is fascinating to watch how musicians and filmmakers worked together to create a masterpiece. It's also a lesson in the power of music to inspire and move audiences. As the Beatles' music is featured, Ebert interviews numerous artists including Tom Jones, John Williams, James Taylor, and even Stevie Wonder. The film is packed with great music, great music, and great music. It is an amazing story that is almost unbelievable.

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David Woods

It is a documentary about a music and rock band called Manics, a group that has been on tour since their release in 1985. The documentary shows a lot of backstage footage from their concerts. The band members are interviewed as well as those who work for the band. It also shows some behind-the-scenes footage from the band's concerts. This documentary is definitely a must-see for anyone who likes rock music.

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Aaron D.

I am not sure how to properly end this review. But I am glad I did. I really enjoyed this movie. I would not have watched it if I had known it was going to be so negative. It is very dark and violent, but it is very well-made and I did not feel bored at all. I felt a bit confused, but I think that is a good thing. I think that if I were to watch it again, I would like to understand the world better. I liked the way the story was told and the whole idea of using these old songs to tell the story. The music was great and really helped. I also liked the fact that the movie was dark and told the story without going overboard and too many plot details were left out. I think the movie was very good. It was very well-made and it had an interesting plot. I am not going to give a spoiler, but the ending I did not like. I felt that the ending was a bit too rushed and would have been better if they had just told the story in a more calm way. I did not like how they decided to use songs that were not from the original Beatles songs. I think it was a very good way to tell the story, but it was not what I expected. I also think that some of the actors could have been better. I am not sure if that was a mistake or not, but I think that they could have been better. But overall, it was a great movie and I would recommend it to everyone. I would rate it as a 9/10.

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Jacqueline F.

Fascinating and eye-opening. Especially the part where they look at the ghost photos of the year and the original film's credit, with the dates and year. The whole concept of "20th Century Fox" is fascinating, in that it's sort of a modern-day "Oxford Street" in the mid-1960s, with the great music, pictures, and other things the film is full of. I also liked the fact that the people in the film were interviewed in the film, instead of just being talking to themselves. The thing that impressed me most was the fact that they never mentioned a word of the original film, and they were obviously made by different people. This was probably a more interesting presentation of the film, and not just showing the new "20th Century Fox" logo. It's still pretty cool. I liked the fact that they used some of the old pictures of the first film, and showed a lot of the original movie's footage. It also showed the difference between the original film and the TV version, with a lot of the original footage. I also liked the fact that they went into some of the old scenes of the first film. Overall, a pretty good documentary. It's still pretty cool, though.

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Mansfield 66/67 is an independent documentary about a historic motorcycle race held in England between 1966 and 1967, which is now considered the last non-championship race of the motorcycling world. The film does a wonderful job of showing the enthusiasm and passion for motorcycling which was present in that period. It also brings back memories of the people who participated in that era. It also shows how the race came to be, with a good overview of the late 1960s and early 1970s. The film has some nice shots of England, and of the countryside around it, and a great cast. There is a lot of detail about the event, and it is clear that everyone involved in it has a great love for the sport. The film does a good job of explaining the significance of the event, and how the rules were altered during the years that followed. It also shows the performances of the two riders who won the race, and their racing careers, and the influence that they had on the sport. Overall, a very good documentary about a very interesting period in motorcycling. I recommend it highly.

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Kathy N.

In the early 80s, the classic film noir genre was in decline, so a pair of brilliant and celebrated directors like Robert Altman and John Cassavetes, who had the brilliance and conviction to make the genre their own, stepped in and helped bring back the quality of film noir. The highlight of this documentary is Robert Altman's "Broadway Melody" from 1986. In the opening scene we see a very long song title called "Broadway Melody" with a single voice reading "Broadway Melody" backwards, but we can also see Robert Altman's directing debut, the music being a background for this film. In the credits, he's credited as "Robert Altman" and the song title is "Broadway Melody" in an uncredited version. There's no record of this being ever made, so it's a very rare and interesting piece of work. It's a perfect example of Altman's style of film noir, his use of long, slow shots of characters sitting on chairs, and the close up shots of a character's face. He's also given some amazing shots of the town of Salem, Massachusetts, a city that is now forgotten and mostly forgotten about. In a bizarre twist, the film's director is the man who is now trying to find it and spread the word about it. Robert Altman himself appears and talks about his experiences making this film and why he used it to make his career. He's very funny and says that he was also inspired by the film "Chinatown" to create his first film, "Play Misty For Me". It's a fascinating look into the genius of film noir, and the odd things that happened to it in the 80s. A very good documentary.

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Nathan Wheeler

A wonderful documentary about the life of David Bowie, as told by his fans, and the music he made. I have watched it several times, and it is always a pleasure to watch. The documentary is told from the perspective of Bowie's fans, who have a great deal of information to share about their beloved musician. This is a great film for those who love Bowie, and for those who love music, for it is a very good representation of the music he made. The documentary is not just about Bowie's music, but about his life, and the people who loved him. It is a wonderful documentary that will make you appreciate the music he made, and the people who loved him. It is a must-see for all David Bowie fans.

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Rebecca Flores

I've seen this movie more than once, and it is still as fascinating and entertaining as the first time I saw it. I highly recommend this film to anyone who has ever been to a college campus. The college students who appear in this film are extremely intelligent, and their conversation is fascinating and fun. I especially enjoyed the interview with the professor who teaches the class that the students are studying, because she is a wonderful woman and she was a very knowledgeable person. She gave us a wonderful insight into the college life and the students' lives. I was surprised to learn that there are actually two professors at the university, one who is a professor of linguistics, and the other who is a professor of philosophy. They are very close to each other and have similar interests. I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about the life of a college student.

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This is a great documentary. It is also a very good documentary about the way the film industry works. This is the second time I have seen this documentary and I will be watching it again. I really enjoyed it and I am glad I was able to see it. It is very interesting to watch how the film industry is made. I also enjoyed the fact that the director did not want to show the director's side of the film. He wanted to show the work of the actors and crew. I am sure that this will be very interesting to people who have not seen this documentary. I highly recommend this documentary to anyone who has not seen it.

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Sarah R.

This documentary was a great experience. It was very informative, and the interviews were interesting. I especially liked the part with the director, Mark Burnett, and the interview with the late John Lennon. This documentary was very well done and I would recommend it to anyone who has any interest in music or music in general. This documentary also shows the importance of not only the music, but also the music industry. I would highly recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in music, or who has a passion for music.

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Nicholas W.

The first time I saw this film I was in a room full of people who had seen it before me. I was in awe of the movie and it was only later that I realized how much I had missed. I have since seen it several times and have learned so much about the history of the film. It is truly a must see for any film lover. This film is not only a fascinating look at the making of a film but it is also a look into the lives of the people who were involved in making it. It is a great story of love, friendship, and a love for film.

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Samantha Barnes

I'm not going to be a very objective critic of this film. I can't say it's a masterpiece, or even a good film, but it's certainly not a bad film. I had to look up the film's title and saw it was a documentary. I didn't know what to expect, and found the documentary to be pretty interesting. The first hour of the documentary was about the British Invasion of India, and the war in India. The film was pretty much a chronological account of what happened, and it's interesting to see how the British came to India, and why they came to India. I was surprised at the amount of detail that was given to the story. I guess that's one of the strengths of the film, because it's quite a bit of information to digest. There are some really great details given about the British and Indian people, and about the British Invasion. There's a lot of British people in India, and a lot of British soldiers, and a lot of British culture. There are some really great interviews with people who were there, and a lot of the people in the documentary are Indian. The documentary doesn't take the main focus of the documentary, but there are a lot of interesting aspects to the documentary. The documentary is definitely worth watching, but I don't think it's a masterpiece.

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Harry F.

This documentary is a great way to introduce the history of the 20th century. It gives you a great overview of the story of the Beatles. From the famous "White Album" to their rise to fame, this documentary covers everything. It covers the band, their music, their writing, their life, their feelings and the music itself. This is a must see for any Beatles fan. If you are not a Beatles fan, then you should watch it. I give it a 9/10.

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Robert Schmidt

As a film maker, you do not always have to make films about life. There are many wonderful films that I have made about the subject of life, death, and the afterlife. But as a director, you have to be able to tell a story. And if you can't tell a story, you don't have to. I was fortunate to get the opportunity to work with several of my heroes, and it was an absolute pleasure to see them tell their stories. I loved seeing the physical effects of the atomic bomb and the effects of radiation on the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. I also loved seeing the stories of the people who lived through these events. I think that the time has come to tell these stories, and I hope that people will see them. This documentary was really an amazing experience for me. I have been looking forward to seeing it for a long time, and I was not disappointed. It was an amazing journey. I had such a great time, and I'm glad that I got to see the stories told by my heroes. I hope that people will see it and enjoy it as much as I did.