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Running Time
1 hours 26 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Heddy Honigmann
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

Comments about documentary «Buddy» (17)

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I just saw this film on the TV, and I thought it was great. I didn't expect it to be that great. I thought it was a good movie about an amazing man, who is a legend in the world of surfing. It was a great movie, with great actors and great music. I really liked the film, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to see a great film.

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Ruth Lucas

I can't remember the last time I saw a documentary that touched me as deeply as this one did. I went in expecting that I would like it, but I was thoroughly surprised. I felt for both Buddy and Buddy's family, the family had a lot of strength, and the doc followed them throughout the entire process. I would recommend this to anyone, as long as you are open to these ideas and you are willing to be open to something you may have never considered before. I think the director did a very good job of using the moments in a way that was realistic and to the point. It's a pretty unique experience.

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Janet Chavez

Some might say that this is a documentary, but it is more like a documentary about the concept of sportsmanship. What exactly makes a team or organization a "team", or "an organization" anyway, is far from clear. In the film, Buddy Robinson is described as a "team". While that might be true, I would argue that this "team" in the film is only a collection of people, and not a group of individuals. "Team" is a word that is rarely used in the film, and if it is used it is rarely accurately described. This movie is more about the individual personalities of individuals, than it is about a collective idea. The personalities and personalities of these individuals, are more interesting than their collective ideas. The story that emerges from this film, is far from an inspiring one. That is not to say that the story of Buddy Robinson is not a very inspiring one, but it is far from being the story of the life of a true sports hero. "Team" is far from being a masterpiece in its category. However, that is not what I was expecting. It was a documentary about sportsmanship and a story of how these individuals came to be who they were. When you see this film, you are not expecting to see a Hollywood-style sports movie, you are expecting to see a story about sportsmanship. I was thoroughly entertained by the experience, and I would highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the sport of football. I recommend this film to anyone, including fans of football, but I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in sportsmanship, or any other subject for that matter.

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I saw this movie when I was a teenager, and it really made me realize the destructive power of gang life. It really makes you wonder why a young person would pick up a gun and not use it! I was also really impressed with the sense of humor. This is probably the funniest movie I've ever seen. The music and the filming are just wonderful.

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This film really hit home on me. I went to see it with my father. He's 70 years old and I'm 12. He wanted to go and was extremely impressed by the movie. I found this movie very interesting, and it made me realize how much I enjoy life. I also found it very inspiring, and the information it gave me was extremely valuable. It showed me how important it is to live life to the fullest. This movie made me want to make the world a better place. It's very inspirational, and I will definitely be watching it again.

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Sometimes you just have to get out of your comfort zone and see something new. "Buddy" did not do that for me, it was not surprising to see another man who was a director who did not know how to direct. As a filmmaker, he is the wrong guy to make a documentary about. I found the acting to be a little weak, the story to be a bit thin and the idea was almost too optimistic. It's just too different for me to see a documentary about "Buddy" from a man who did not make movies and doesn't know how to direct. His best movies were the "Holy Grail", "Cats and Dogs", and "The Karate Kid" and they were good. But I didn't find any of those movies so interesting and I find his other movies as pretty dull. This was the most interesting documentary I have ever seen. It was funny, inspiring and even inspiring to others and it made me think. It was funny because I was laughing my ass off, I felt really moved and the story was inspiring. I feel like the people behind this documentary deserve a lot of credit. I was really impressed by them. It was also inspiring because it made me realize that everyone can do something good in their lives. I was also reminded of "We Need to Talk About Kevin" and how I have seen that documentary on documentaries that I had liked and they were similar. I think this movie is not as bad as the critics say. It was just an average documentary.

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Carl Tran

The ultimate expression of the way the "war on terror" is impacting our lives, the documentary "Buddy" (2016) uses real footage of American troops coming home to document what is now over a decade since the terrorist attacks of 9/11. The subject matter is not new, but it is an important one, because the way we choose to see our war on terror is, for many, deeply troubling. The video doesn't shy away from the reality of what we are doing in the war on terror, as is clear in the film's title and the title of the movie itself, and by focusing on the soldiers, it becomes clear that the film is not anti-war. The filmmakers are not seeking to portray the horrors of war, but rather to document the everyday brutality that these men and women have to endure in the shadows. One cannot help but feel that this could easily have been a much different film had they not chosen to use the footage of the soldiers, because they make the lives of the soldiers come to life, and all of us can understand why they would have wanted to be anonymous. The film is neither anti-war nor anti-US, and in that way it is very refreshing. It is a lesson to all of us, because it is not our job to keep our distance from the problems that we have created. The filmmakers are in no way going against the US government or the American government, and they do not seek to depict the horrors of war, but rather to capture the emotions that many Americans go through when they think about what they are doing in the world. The message is simple and important: We are creating a war on terror that we cannot control, and we are creating a situation that is killing people in Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere. The "war on terror" is not about us, it is about what we do to people who we are supposed to be protecting. It is about the fact that the US government is just one of many entities that we have created. It is about our war on terror, not any particular group or individual, and it is about the fact that we cannot change the world, but we can change how we think about it. This is not an anti-war film. This is a film that will touch your heart.

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I enjoyed the movie, because it was filmed in what appeared to be some of the most beautiful places in America. However, this movie could have been a lot better, if it had been shorter, because the movie could have been cut to a 45 minute or so time frame.

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Jonathan Lawson

I would say the producers have done their homework on this and have made a great film. It is shot beautifully and the music really helps. Also it has a great sound track. But I found the acting to be average. The characters are not well developed and the viewers don't really care about them. The way the film is edited doesn't give the viewer much to latch on to. The ending is a big let down. If you want to watch a good documentary look at the Innocence of Muslims. It has a much better story to tell and it is also much more entertaining and the ending is much better. I recommend this movie to everyone but it will be a great intro to Vietnam and the war.

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Raymond Reynolds

As I watched this film I was left with the feeling that I was watching a documentary. The scene of the song "What a Wonderful World" really made me think of a world that I have never experienced. A world where you could buy a used car for the lowest price, not caring what the state of the road it was in, it just worked, the water in the car was still clear. There were no people that were in danger, there was no air pollution, no dirt on the road, no air that was bad enough to have a fine dust blowing into your face, no crud on the floor, no gun powder on the walls, no smog. You just bought a used car, that is the best you could do, and you got a good price. And for me it was the best I have ever had. I don't think I will ever buy a used car again, and I don't think I will ever buy a used TV again. The difference is in this world I never thought of the idea of owning a used car, and the difference is in this world I never thought of the idea of buying a used TV, and I still don't. I am grateful for this movie and the people who made it. I would give it a 10/10 if I could, but I can't.

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This documentary covers a little of the history of the real Buddy Holly and his band The Rodeo Kings. I really enjoyed it and thought that the narrative was very well thought out. The film takes you through the early years of the band and then it starts to get into the complicated business of the group and how they became a big star and a controversial one at that. I think that the director did a great job in showing both sides of Buddy Holly. It also goes into how the band became a big star and a controversial one at that. If you like music, you will like this. I gave it an 8 out of 10.

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Sharon M.

Well, I did not expect a lot of it. I have seen a lot of commercials, but only a very small number of movie ads. This movie was the first I ever saw that I have truly enjoyed. I was never bored. I thoroughly enjoyed this documentary. It was informative, engaging, and informative. The topics of this documentary were almost perfect for the topic of this film. It included everything from world leaders to the medical industry. There were many quotes from people, like Bernie Mac and Larry Wilmore, that really went to the heart of what has been happening in the world. What a great film. It was a pleasure to watch. I recommend it to everyone who wants to know about this topic.

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Elizabeth Russell

I had seen the first 7 minutes of the movie and was immediately interested. Not a single frame was wasted and it was very informative. I was right on the money with what I said. A great story, extremely well told, and I was able to tell why I love this movie so much. You want to know why I think the new father of the bride was so angry with his wife? Well, as the mother of the bride, I know she was very angry with him as well. I think this movie really explains why we all hate each other, why we turn out to be so angry, and why we can't be happy. It really shows that we are just broken and need to get better. I give this movie a 7 out of 10. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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Cheryl M.

This is a great movie about the true nature of love and how it can be lost and yet it can be found again. The story is told through the perspective of the two couples who have been together for 30 years and are now separated. They have different views of love and what makes a relationship work. The story is not told through the perspective of the couple but rather the perspective of the children and the people around them. It is a very powerful movie that shows how love can be lost and yet it can be found again. The stories of these two couples is very moving and should be viewed by everyone.

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This is a great movie about the social and political issues of the 1960's. It's an interesting look at the era and the people who were involved in it. It's an excellent movie for anyone who's interested in the 60's or social issues. It is a good look at the social issues of the time and how they affected people and the people in power. It's also interesting to see the political issues that were being pushed on people and the issues that were being pushed on the people. It's a great look at how the issues affected people and how they were treated by the government. It's a great movie to see and learn about the 60's and the people who were involved in it.

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Jane Moore

I am a Canadian born and raised in British Columbia. I have worked for a variety of different organizations, including a Canadian Chamber of Commerce, a B.C. Lions Club, a Canuck Pride Festival, and a few others. I have traveled to various countries to learn from both the local and international perspective. I've even visited Disneyland in California. I've been to Canada twice. I have a lot of knowledge of the Canadian landscape and its people. The theme of this documentary was extremely well-done. They interviewed so many people who were so passionate about the film. The documentary was well-made and well-edited. I hope that there is a sequel to this documentary.

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I've been working with Veterans in the area for a while and I just watched this movie. It was very informative and really showed how the military goes through their training and also the different ways that the military has been structured. They made it so easy to understand. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about the service. The military is a system that is trying to protect our country, but there is a lot of that, and also the truth. I'm not one who is going to lie, but this movie was really informative and made you think about what you are doing. It made me feel good about the job I do and I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about the military.