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Made for More

Made for More is a movie starring Dave Hollis and Rachel Hollis. This is more than a documentary. It's a film packed with tools to help you discover the best version of yourself. Mama of four, CCO/founder of The Hollis Company and...

Running Time
2 hours
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Jack Noble
Actors
Dave Hollis, Rachel Hollis
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

This is more than a documentary. It's a film packed with tools to help you discover the best version of yourself. Mama of four, CCO/founder of The Hollis Company and The Chic Site, Rachel Hollis has been called "Tina Fey meets Tony Robbins for women" and is taking audiences on an inside look at chasing the biggest of dreams.

Comments about documentary «Made for More» (19)

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Katherine Wood

I was just watching a movie about autistic children, and thought I'd check out this film to see how this is all done, and I am so glad I did. It's not as good as I thought it would be, but it's a good film nonetheless. I'm sure I'll watch it again, and I'm very glad I saw it, because it just was not as good as I thought it would be. I just wish they would do more documentaries on autistic children, because there's just so many more things that they could be doing. It's definitely worth the price of admission.

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Eugene Morales

This is a documentary about the community which was formerly known as the Bronx. It's a shame that so many of the people who would have been able to contribute to this documentary are not with us. If you were lucky enough to be part of this community, the documentary will be of great value. It was always meant to be seen, and it's as good a place to end as it can be.

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Hannah W.

Funny, emotional, and instructive. The film chronicles the lives of a small group of people, all with a story to tell, and tells it in a very warm, gentle way. I found the film very relatable, and the characters lived their lives with all the joy and wisdom of the human spirit. The film reminded me of the movie 'The Glass Menagerie' with Helen Mirren's performance as the mother of the children, and how she took her own children's lives, and lived them out with wisdom and love. I highly recommend this film, and the movie is a must see.

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Frank Wagner

The movie shows that many of the industrialized countries, who have many problems are able to overcome them, if only the people have the will to do so. The movie shows that it is not only the rich countries that can do it, but everyone can do it. And that is very important to realize.

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John C.

This documentary is not for everyone. But if you have a few minutes to spare you will be able to appreciate the importance of the people who helped build the modern world. The documentary shows us the people that helped build the modern world. People who gave their lives and resources to save the world. The documentary is not so much about people who are famous in history. It's about people who gave their lives and resources to save the world. It's about people who wanted to do something to change the world. The documentary is not about the people who made history. It's about the people who helped to make history. And in the end it's about the people who helped the world.

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Samuel

I'll never forget my first encounter with Mark Wahlberg, and his performance in "The Fighter." Wahlberg is clearly a talented actor, but he's so bad that I'd never have been able to recognize him on the street. The only reason I remembered him was because of his role in "The Fighter," which was essentially a movie about fighting. The movie was advertised as an unflinching look at fighting, but it was actually a very cynical look at the subject, and for that reason, I couldn't help but be a little skeptical about it. I'm not the biggest boxing fan, and the subject of boxing made me wonder if this movie would be able to stand up to the test of time. As it turns out, "The Fighter" is a far superior film to the earlier "Rocky" and "Rocky Balboa." It also has a much more coherent plot, which is why it's one of the best films of the 90's. But even more importantly, "The Fighter" is a great film about the rise of boxing in the United States. The first time I saw this film, I was surprised by how real it was, and how much of it was true. The actors were all real, and there were many people who actually used to work in boxing, including former pros who were interviewed. The film also highlighted the fact that the fight scene was filmed in a hotel in the Rocky series, rather than a boxing ring. In fact, I'm not even sure that the scenes of the fights were filmed in the same room as the movie, but the point is that this movie was clearly shot in real life. "The Fighter" also gave me a lot more insight into the tactics used by pro boxers, and how they were more concerned with getting the most out of their fights than how much money they made. If you want to learn about the rise of boxing in the United States, then "The Fighter" is a must see. I highly recommend it.

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Lauren

I really liked this film because it's so long, but it's really well made. The characters are so good that I felt like I was in their world. The soundtrack is also really good, especially "Fame" by Ghostface Killah. I also really enjoyed the interviews and the story of how the movie was made. The director and producer and even the actors were very nice, and really good to work with. I was especially impressed by Bill Hader. He is such a great actor and I really loved his performance. It's not the most famous, but it's the best. You can't expect much from an actor but he really pulled it off. I would recommend this movie to everyone, because it's really good.

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Amanda W.

I had no expectations going into this documentary. I had never heard of it. It was one of the best documentaries I've seen. I have never had to watch a documentary in my life that has made me feel more connected with my parents and siblings than this one. It made me feel that my parents and siblings were just like me. There was no violence, no sex, no drugs, no drugs, and no sex. My parents and siblings had just as much a connection to each other as I had to them. The part that makes this documentary so great is the way it really shows how strong and important our family ties are and how important they are to the people that we love. It makes you feel like you should always have a family that you can turn to when you are in trouble and need someone to look up to and be like you. You are able to feel like you are in their shoes and you can trust them to be there for you. It also makes you feel like you are in a family that you can count on. This documentary has made me feel more connected to my family than I have in a long time. I feel like I could relate to the people in the film and it really helps me to understand how my parents are like my siblings and my parents are like me. I highly recommend this documentary. It really does show how important your family is to you and how important they are to your siblings and your parents.

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Russell H.

I saw this film last night at the Texas Film Festival, and I have to say that I was impressed. I think that this movie is not for everyone. It is very depressing, but it does get you thinking about your life, and how you may have been affected by something that occurred to you in your life. It is also really important to see the story of this movie through the eyes of a gay man, because it really hits home to many of us. It is very hard to accept things that happen to people like you in our everyday life. The ending of the film also really hit home to me, because the film makers had chosen to tell the story in a way that does not get them very much sympathy. I think that this film will also help people to understand that there is much more to life than being gay, and that if you were able to accept your own homosexuality, and still had a loving relationship with a partner, you will not always be able to do so. It is a very sad movie, but it is very important.

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Kimberly Cook

I would like to comment on this film. I was sitting in the theater watching it last night and was just feeling like I should have seen it in the theater. In the past, I've had the opportunity to see several of these movies and each time, I've enjoyed it. I thought that this one was just as good as the others. I thought that the presentation was excellent. I could hear the sounds of the camera working in the background and I could feel the emotions of the people. I felt so connected to the people that I could feel the love and the pain that they were going through. I'm so glad that I had the chance to see this movie. I don't know how to express how much I enjoyed it, so I will just leave it at that.

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Stephanie

Watching "Watching" I can't help but feel disappointed that at the end of the day, the documentaries did not make it on the top 250. The documentary does a great job of telling the story, but is not worthy of the top 250. It should have been at least a 5 out of 10, but as it is, it gets a 3 out of 10.

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Jason Wheeler

I just finished watching this documentary and was immediately touched. It is an inspiring story of survival that was told in a very different way than any documentary I have seen. I'm not sure how to describe it, other than it was inspiring. I've read the reviews, seen the clips and some of them were very harsh, but I have to admit, this was an amazing story. It made me realize that we are all connected and if we put our efforts into our own selves and our families, we can make the world a better place for ourselves and our families. It also made me realize that our family is more important than our friends. I think that the message that I got from this movie was very important to me. I can't wait to see it again. I definitely recommend it to everyone.

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Nancy

When I first saw this documentary I was astounded. Not only did I learn about the history behind the film, I learned something about the people that I was listening to. I would say that it was a very good documentary and it was very educational. I highly recommend it.

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Virginia H.

Being a former national guard captain and military police officer, it's interesting to see the frustrations and passions that people have for the military. While it is interesting to see the military police officers at work, and the differences that people have in the military between the police and the military, it's very hard to watch the film and not think of the sacrifices that the military personnel make for the country. While I didn't really have a problem with the movie, it was interesting to hear the opinions of the military police officers. In some ways it was a little depressing to hear their opinions. It was also interesting to see the former military police officers describe their own experiences with the military. I think that the film would have been better if they had also included comments from the officers that were stationed in Afghanistan and Iraq.

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Walter Morris

This movie is the most amazing in the entire world. I don't understand how the people who hate this movie have such low standards. The woman who starred in this movie has already proved that she is the best in this world. I like that she said that she made this movie because she wanted to make it because she wanted to make the world a better place. But I think that she and other actors did a great job. I think that people who don't want to learn from the movie are just trying to create their own agenda. I hope that people will also watch this movie, and feel how great it is. Thank you and God bless. Riz Alonji

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Sean Olson

I recently came across a documentary on the problems in the UK of trying to go to Iceland. The film was so moving, i was literally shaking when i was leaving. I'm not sure if it was the feeling of how the documentary portrayed the UK, or if it was just a reflection of the UK's society, but there was a palpable sense of sorrow and hopelessness, a sadness that it was easy to feel like you were the only person in the country. It was a film that was clearly trying to highlight the problems that some people face when trying to escape the violence and poverty of the UK. The documentary's aim was to do this by telling the stories of two British men, Jules and Trevor who decided to live the Iceland experience. The two young men had no idea that they were entering the world of gangs and crime, but soon learnt that they were to have a very different experience of life in the UK, and what they might have experienced there. I was very surprised to learn that both Jules and Trevor had been in prison before the experience of Iceland, and it was clear that the experiences of prison had helped them to better understand the problems that they were having in the UK. The film also highlighted the contrast in culture between Iceland and the UK, and how it affected the way they perceived the rest of the world. Iceland was very much a socialist country, but at the same time Iceland was very much a capitalist country, and so the government took a hard line approach to dealing with the issues of the island. In Iceland there is a saying 'Gunnirarsbakht', which is the Icelandic term for the criminal code. The spirit of the Gunnirar family was summed up by a quote in the film: 'How can you be a criminal if you don't know what it's like?' Although the film was extremely moving, i was not at all surprised that it was censored in the UK, and in my opinion, the film was not necessary censored. The UK government has a history of censorship, and for a documentary to be censored because of political reasons, is just naive. I would like to say something more about this film, but because of the censorship of this documentary, i cannot say anything that would offend the government. I would recommend this documentary to anyone, and i think that the British public, or the people in the UK, will see this film, and understand what they are dealing with. Iceland is not perfect, and it is hard to come to terms with, but this film is important and very moving. I'm so glad that they made this film, because it is an important contribution to the world, and it is very important that the world knows what goes on in this country.

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Julie

For me the first movie that I watched was "Down and Out". I watched it for a very long time, and it was like a sponge for the soul. A movie that made me cry, laugh, and generally feel good. But, watching it now, it is a bit sad to see how many other people that have the same problems as me have been treated. I am in the middle of a marriage, but I would never cheat on my husband. I would not sell him out to some jerk who would run off with another woman that I would never see again. I don't want to be like that. So, I am going to go and watch "Down and Out" again. It is a good movie. But, it is not good for everyone. I know that I will always be like that. I just hope that someday, the word will come out that no one should be forced into doing something they do not want to do, and that the government and people will protect people like me who are being forced into certain things that are not right for them, and that the system will not be manipulated into doing things that it is not meant to do. I just hope that someday I can watch this movie again, and I can cry, and I can laugh, and I can feel good.

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Christina Wong

I'm a film buff. I was really disappointed in this documentary. I thought it was going to be great but it was too long, it wasn't very well edited and the people who did the voices were not very convincing. This was a bad documentary. It is worth seeing just to see the voice-over of the actors. If you want to see a good documentary about the film industry, I would highly recommend "The Devil's Candy: The Making of "Hitch"".

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Richard C.

I really liked this documentary. I don't think I've seen a documentary that was as well done as this one. I was surprised by how much I liked it. I know it is based on a true story but I had no idea that it was based on a true story. It's not the first documentary about a singer's drug addiction, but it's definitely one of the best I've seen. This documentary has a lot of good things that I liked. I especially liked the way the reporter and producer tried to make sure the real story was told. I thought it was very good how the producer kept looking at photos of the singer and the videos of her performing to make sure the singer was OK. I also liked the way the reporter and producer made sure the photographer was okay with the interviews, and made sure the singer was OK with what they were doing. I liked how they played the videos of the singer, like in the beginning and the end. It was nice to see the singer, in person, perform, and also the interviews of the producer and the photographer. It was also nice to see the producer's reaction to the singer's relapse. I thought the reporter was a great interview, as well as the producer's reaction. I really liked this documentary. It's a really good documentary that I recommend to anyone. It's also one of the documentaries I'll be watching over and over again. I'm really glad I watched this one.