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Amazing Grace

Amazing Grace is a movie starring Aretha Franklin, James Cleveland, and Alexander Hamilton. A documentary presenting Aretha Franklin with choir at the New Bethel Baptist Church in Watts, Los Angeles in January 1972.

Other Titles
Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace, Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace - A szeretet hangján, Amazing Grace - Aretha Franklin, Amazing Grace: Aretha Franklin, Aretha Franklin - Amazing Grace, Khesed Moufla: Aretha Franklin
Running Time
1 hours 29 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Music, Documentary
Alan Elliott, Sydney Pollack
Aretha Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, James Cleveland, Cornell Dupree
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A documentary presenting Aretha Franklin with choir at the New Bethel Baptist Church in Watts, Los Angeles in January 1972.

Comments about music «Amazing Grace» (19)

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Kimberly M.

This is an incredible documentary about the history of music and how it is relevant in today's world. The documentary shows how different cultures and languages have been influenced by music and how they have been able to create music that has been lost or not understood by other cultures. The documentary is very well done and is a must see for anyone who wants to learn about the history of music.

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This is a great documentary about a very unique musical style of rock music that came from a very small town in Massachusetts. It is also very interesting to see a lot of people in the movie say that they "did not like the music" but they were actually very into it. It is also great to see people talk about how they used to "rock out" with this music. I really recommend this movie to anyone who has an interest in this music.

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I have watched this film several times. It is a very moving, well done film. I found the music to be very moving, but I was not surprised at the scenes of the slave plantations. The scenes of the women who were forced to go through the ceremonies were very moving. The film is extremely well made and well acted. I highly recommend this film to anyone who has a heart. I would also recommend this film to anyone who has a heart, but does not know it.

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Willie Cunningham

In the first part of the film, the director, Nick Broomfield, makes it clear that he was not aiming to make a movie about the Holocaust, but instead to show the effects of the war on the Jewish community. The film is filled with great scenes of the Jewish community in Poland, the ghetto, and the death camps. Broomfield does an amazing job of capturing the atmosphere and the feelings of the people in the film. It is very clear that the director was not trying to show how bad the war was, but rather how people were suffering in a place that was not their home. In the second part, the director, Robert Prosky, does a great job of showing the effect that the war had on the Polish people. He shows the horrible conditions in the ghetto and the fact that many Jews were going to die, and that they would not be able to get out of the ghetto, and that the people were fighting to stay alive. This film is one of the best war films of all time. It was a real eye opener to see what happened to the Jews, and it was a reminder of what happened in the holocaust. I think that this film is very accurate in depicting the Holocaust, and it is a very powerful movie. I give this film a 10/10. I would recommend this film to anyone.

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The film itself is well done. The voice over of the priest is excellent. The film is based on a true story, and a well told story, the real story of the nun and her troubled childhood. The music of the film is also excellent. The only thing that I didn't like was that the movie doesn't cover the life of the nun and her father in any detail. I would have liked to hear more about their lives. If you want to see a great documentary on the life of Sister Helen Prejean, I highly recommend this film.

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Bruce D.

I've been an admirer of Jimi since I first saw him in a youth band and his music was always a great part of my life. This documentary is a great story of an extraordinary musician. I also loved the story of how he changed the lives of many people. I was a little disappointed that Jimi was not in the film. I know he would have been great in this film. This documentary is very moving. It's a great story of how an incredible person changed the lives of many people and how much he touched the lives of millions. I recommend this film to anyone who loves music or is interested in Jimi Hendrix. Jimi is one of my all time favorite artists and this documentary is a great way to get to know him. He has been my idol my whole life and I hope this documentary will make him even more famous.

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Saw this film at the screening in Cape Town, South Africa on October 11, 2008. This is a very powerful documentary about the impact that the tragedy of the mass murder of the Jews in Poland during World War II had on the lives of those who survived the Holocaust. In the film we learn about the Warsaw Ghetto, the events leading up to the murders and the long and difficult path of those who survived. It is a very moving film and one that you will want to see over and over again.

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A must watch for all lovers of music, or of the history of rock and roll. Great musical performances, beautiful photography, excellent editing, and a brilliant story. I wish I could have seen this film at the London Film Festival. It was so much better than I thought it would be, and I hope it will be released in the US. It is a very good film, and one that should be seen by everyone.

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Karen N.

This film is a must see. It is an outstanding documentary that highlights the impact the genocide has had on the entire African continent. The story of Grace and her sisters is a well documented story of survival and the importance of family. This film is a must see and is a must see for all people who have a heart. This film will move you to tears and will leave you thinking about what you have been through and the impact it has had on you and your family. I give this film a 10 out of 10.

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The most underrated documentary I've ever seen. How did this film go unnoticed for so long? The fact that this is the first documentary in history to be nominated for the Oscar is a testament to the film's ability to reach the masses and garner the attention it deserved. This documentary was the only film nominated for the Oscar for Best Documentary, and while it's not a "must-see" film, it's one that I would recommend to anyone. It is an extremely important film that is a must-see for all of us. It is a must-see for anyone who believes that music and the arts are as important as religion and science. I believe that this film will go down as one of the best of the year, and it's a movie that should be seen by all.

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Deborah Ortiz

I was introduced to the history of the New Orleans Jazz Scene by the great music of the late 1950's and early 1960's. I had the opportunity to travel with the musicians and see the state of Jazz in New Orleans. I was also able to talk with the musicians who had been around during the times of the great musicians. After watching this film I felt that I had been given a great historical perspective on the Jazz Scene in New Orleans. I also felt that this film was a wonderful tribute to the great musicians of the time. It was a wonderful way to bring the story of the Jazz Scene to life. I recommend this film to anyone interested in the history of the Jazz Scene in New Orleans.

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Justin M.

I saw this film in the theatre in '85, I don't remember the title or the plot. This film was so well done, I was amazed. The music is excellent, and the performances are great. I think this is a film that should be shown at the very least once a year, especially if you are a musician or a fan of country music. The actors are all talented, and the way the film was filmed and directed made this a great film. I highly recommend it.

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Austin C.

I saw this documentary in a private screening at the Sundance Film Festival. I have been a fan of Elvis Presley for years, and this film captures his life as a man and his relationship with his wife, Queen Latifah, and the people around him. The film is really about the pain and suffering that Presley went through. The film also tells the story of a man, Prince, who lived the same life Presley did. This man, Prince, went through many of the same things that Presley went through. He became a superstar and his fans became his family. Prince was a man who was desperate for love and acceptance. He was a man who was a victim of his fame. Prince, like Presley, suffered from the separation of his own family. The film is a bit confusing in that it is a combination of interviews with the two men, Prince and Presley, and a documentary of the early days of the music industry. The film is also very insightful in that it is a look at the impact that the music industry had on the lives of the people around them. The music industry is a very complex subject, and I was surprised that the film did not cover it more fully. The film was also interesting to hear the stories of the people who were part of the music industry. They were very candid and did not shy away from talking about the problems they had. The film was a bit too long and the music industry was not covered as well as it could have been. Overall, I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the music industry. It is very entertaining and it is a film that is worth watching. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the music industry, especially the music industry in the 60's and 70's.

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Debra L.

This film is a must see for all who love music and all who love the gospel. I am an avid gospel fan and I have been reading the book "The Gospel According to John" for many years. This film was a good example of how to put the book to the film. The movie was excellent and I can't wait to see it again.

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I am a person who has not been able to watch a video of the Rolling Stones, who have been on my personal top 10 list for years. The story of these great musicians was so compelling. I wanted to watch it again. I am a fan of the Rolling Stones and they are one of my favorite bands. I love the way that they have influenced the music that we listen to. The story of the Rolling Stones was so interesting. I really wanted to see it again. The music was so beautiful. I was surprised that it was not on the list. I am glad that I finally got to see it. I had to write a comment because I am sure that many people are not familiar with this story. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in the history of the music of the Rolling Stones. I hope that you will watch it.

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The documentary is about the life of Marjorie B. Wells, a singer who died of an overdose on July 6, 1951. She had performed on radio stations in Baltimore, Maryland, and the audience responded to her songs with spontaneous applause and singing. Marjorie had a heart condition that was life threatening. She had to stay on life support for about a week and died at the age of 24. Marjorie was an outstanding artist, a talented singer, and a brilliant singer. The film has a wonderful soundtrack that was composed by Marjorie's brother, Russell Wells. The soundtrack includes many of her songs. It is a must see for everyone who loves music. It is a great film for everyone who loves Marjorie Wells.

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For the most part, this film is a great listen, if you're a fan of country music. There are a few songs that stand out, but the majority of the songs are good, and the director has done a great job of keeping the music relevant to the times. The music is great, and there are a few songs that really stand out, but the majority of the songs are good. The film is about the problems of the blues, the problems of the music, and how the music and the blues have been intertwined with the Civil Rights movement. It's interesting to see how the blues and the civil rights movement are connected, and the director has done a great job of showing the connections between the two. The problem with the film is that it's too long, and sometimes it seems like the director is just making the film up as he goes along. The film was a bit boring at times, but overall it was a great listen, and it's definitely worth a listen.

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Brian Murray

The documentary about the life and times of the legendary blues guitarist, Jimi Hendrix is an engaging and rewarding film, and it is well worth your time. The film covers the period from his childhood to the early years of his fame, and provides an in-depth look at his career and the people who influenced him. The film follows him as he is growing up and learning the music, and at the same time, is also touching on his personal life, his friendship with his brother, and his relationship with his father. The film also touches on his personal tragedies, and the harsh treatment he was put through. It is well worth your time, and you will not be disappointed.

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Gregory S.

This is a must see for anyone who has been touched by the tragedies of the Holocaust. It is a powerful film, and the story of the Sonderkommando and the sad circumstances that they faced is moving. The cinematography and editing were incredible, and I was very impressed with the music. This film is not meant to glorify the Holocaust. It is meant to show the human cost of it, and show the power of love. If you are unfamiliar with the Holocaust, this film is a must see. If you are a Holocaust survivor, this film is a must see. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.