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Studio 54

Studio 54 is a movie starring Ian Schrager, Steve Rubell, and Donald Rubell. The story of the notorious 1970s New York City nightclub.

Other Titles
Klubas Studio 54, Studio 54 - The Documentary, Studio 54 - verdens vildeste natklub
Running Time
1 hours 38 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
History, Documentary
Matt Tyrnauer
Ian Schrager, Steve Rubell, Donald Rubell, Neil Schlesinger
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

Studio 54 was the epicenter of 70s hedonism--a place that not only redefined the nightclub, but also came to symbolize an entire era. Its co-owners, Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell, two friends from Brooklyn, seemed to come out of nowhere to suddenly preside over a new kind of New York society. Now, 39 years after the velvet rope was first slung across the club's hallowed threshold, a feature documentary tells the real story behind the greatest club of all time.

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David T.

I just saw this film for the first time and I have to say it was incredible. It's just amazing to see all of the people that were involved with the making of this film. The special effects are unbelievable and this film definitely has a cult following. It really is an excellent documentary and it's really very touching. I have to give the film some credit, the director of the documentary has to say that he made it for free but I believe that he actually has a pretty good story to tell. The documentary shows many different aspects of how the film was made and it is really amazing how many different people contributed to the making of this film. I'm not sure if this is the best documentary ever made but it definitely is one of the best I've seen. I hope that everyone will see this film and it's really worth seeing.

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I had no idea what this documentary was about when I went to see it, but it did deliver a great message. I learned a lot about my family, and how my grandfather influenced my life. I think that it's very important to learn about yourself and not to judge others by the media. I felt that it was very moving and made me realize that I need to listen to my heart, and not the media, which I usually rely on. My grandfather passed away when I was a little girl, and I thought that he was a hero, because I was the only one who knew about his work and his home. I was not surprised that he had died at such a young age. My grandmother told me that she knew a lot of things, and it was very important for her to tell me those things. When I learned about how my grandfather had influenced my life, I felt that it was very important to know that I was loved, and I wanted to show my grandfather that I appreciated him very much. I really wanted to thank him for everything that he had done for me. It was so sad to learn that he had passed away. I learned a lot about my grandfather, and I wanted to show him to my children and my grandchildren.

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Pamela S.

At a time when Hollywood has been churning out cheap thrillers for the last ten years, and a new glut of such films is appearing on the big screen every few months, it is quite amazing to see what makes a classic film. I have just watched a masterful film from a much overlooked genre, one that should have received much more attention, and the opening sequence was like something out of a David Lynch film, and that is precisely what it is. I know of only one other film, in the last ten years, which was made by a woman and had the same opening sequence. That film is "The Good Son" which was made by the same filmmaker. The following year I watched the award winning "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest" and found it to be a film that was one of the best of its genre, and it had a similar opening sequence to this film, but this film was not awarded the award for best picture. This is a truly great film that deserves much more attention than it is getting, and it is a shame that it was not nominated for the Academy Award for best picture. The screenplay by Dan Futterman, who also wrote the screenplay for "The Good Son" is simply superb. There are scenes in the film that are absolutely mind-blowing, like when the protagonist returns to his house, which he had just vacated, and the lights go out and the blinds go up, and it is a completely surreal scene. The opening sequence is simply unforgettable, and this is a film that I recommend to anyone, and it is a film that has no equal. I would have never expected to be able to experience such a film, and it is a must see for anyone who is a film student, and anyone who is interested in film.

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I've watched "The Best of the Best" countless times since it was made, and every time I watch it I am completely captivated by the remarkable visuals, the amazing story, and the strong performances by the cast. I always look for ways to gain more insight into the film, and after seeing the DVD I found it is not a simple documentary, but a collection of short, high quality interviews with the original cast and crew. I don't think the movie will ever be duplicated, because it's a true story and we all want to know what happened. It is a movie about a man who is an extremely passionate film maker, who is always trying to make his film unique and to give something to his viewers. This is the only movie I've ever watched that has touched me so deeply. It was very difficult to watch, but I felt like I was actually part of the story. I thought the cast was incredible, and I love their performances. Everyone involved in this movie is an inspiration. The story was very well told and the editing was flawless. I am a great admirer of A.E. van Vogt, who made "Airplane!" as well. He is the reason why I watch the DVD, and I am very proud to be a part of this film. In fact, this is the only movie that I have ever watched that has had a positive impact on me. It is a true story and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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Billed as a look at the relationship between the men who produced many of the classics of cinema, this film is not one to watch. This is a film about what it means to be a true artist, and what it takes to succeed, and how great a person's talent can be. All the stories are great and worth watching, but this is one of the greatest. All of the performances are fantastic, but the story is especially amazing. The film is a tour de force of an artist and what it takes to be great. A must-see.

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Patricia C.

This is a very impressive documentary about the making of Star Wars. It is really very interesting and touching. I must admit that I was quite impressed when I watched this. The history of the movie is interesting. I especially liked the interview with George Lucas. He is really nice and kind. He tells about the experience of making the movie and also about the secret plans of the film. I also like that he had the opportunity to speak to fans who have made the original films and to his children who have made the second film. I also liked that he gave an important message about the things that happened in the movie. It's a great documentary. I recommend to watch it.

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Peter H.

The original was not the greatest, but the documentary on the VHS tape was not an improvement. This is a much better documentary, but it is the same thing. I thought this would be good for the first time, but now it has been the same for 10 years. This is the first time I have been able to tell my friend that I would not want to watch this documentary for 10 years. It is still a bad documentary, but it is a little better than the first. The way they have edited it, making it a little easier to understand, and the music is also better. The commentary by Brian Wilson was also great. He still has a good voice, and he has a good story to tell. I think that he will still be doing music interviews for the next 15 years. The new interviews are more interesting than the original. The interviews with David Bowie, Mimi and Neil Young are all better. It is always interesting to see the way a documentary is made. I liked the documentary better the second time. The VHS tape has more than 10 years, and I did not want to watch it again. But I would recommend it to people that like documentaries, but would not like to watch it every single time. It is good, but it is not as good as the original.

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I've been a fan of all the director's work, including David Lynch and Stanley Kubrick. The director has always been able to present a completely different vision to the viewer than what they have imagined. The strange thing is that this film seemed to portray the worst possible version of how the "common man" could feel about the "revolution". The director obviously got into the mind of the ordinary "common man", for example: "Why are they protesting so much? What did they expect? This is a revolution! We have freedom of speech. I am not saying they should all be arrested, but they should be allowed to speak. Let the audience see them as they really are." It is clear that this film is a propaganda film. The people portrayed are either really stupid or extremely politically incorrect. It would be a far better film to see how a minority would react to the "common man's" revolutionary actions, because it could make the film more truthful. But this film is just so great that it could never be as good as it was.

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This documentary is full of what people of the world need. People are being kidnapped, tortured, and killed, mostly for a reason. I hope that some day, they can get justice. This movie is very important, and it is the most important documentary that I have ever seen. It was amazing to see what was happening. I would recommend this movie to anyone.

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I think that this film is the best that I have ever seen about the punk scene in America in the late 60's and early 70's. There is a great deal of documentaries about punk rock, but this is the first documentary that was made about the early days of punk. It is quite sad that punk has been considered a marginal, underground movement in this country, when the truth is that it is a vital movement, and one that I believe has had a profound impact on the culture in the world today. It is also interesting to see the history of the music and the musicians that played in the scene. I think that the film is very accurate, with some great footage and music. I highly recommend this film for all to see.

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Based on the short film that made the SXSW festival, this documentary follows the making of the film. The film follows several people, with varying backgrounds, as they work on the film and eventually its release. The film has some laughs, but it also has some great insight into the production of the film. The film is well worth seeing, especially if you are a fan of the film.

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I recently saw this film and found it to be quite good. I was pleasantly surprised by the way it presented the issue of the Vietnam war. I found it to be a very well done documentary and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the subject.

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Amy Walsh

A great documentary. It was mostly about the history of the music and film genres in the 80s, but the film does also touch on the relevance of it all in the 21st century. It's a very interesting look at the origins of the music industry and how the people that created it and influenced it, have all become part of the 'rock and roll' culture. The interviews with many of the major figures in the music industry are very entertaining and interesting. There are also some great clips from the films that are included and the film really gives you a good feel of what it was like to be a rock and roll star back in the 80s and 90s.

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Jacob G.

All I can say is that this film was really, really great. It was definitely the most realistic portrayal of the role of an artist. It also helped to show that if you don't have money, you can still make art. The actors all gave it their all and it was a joy to watch. The film really shows the real-life people's reactions to the plight of the artist. You get to see the joy and pain of their lives and the work they create. It really was a wonderful film. I would highly recommend it to anyone, I would recommend it to everyone.

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This documentary is a must see. I really liked it and the research and the information is extremely valuable. It shows the total influence that the 60's and 70's had on people and their lives and how the media and entertainment has affected people. It also gives a great insight into what happened and how it affected the lives of the people involved. This documentary is great and it's worth watching.

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Gary W.

This documentary is about the movies of director Richard Lester and his classic gangster movies of the 1950's and the 1960's. It is a collection of clips and screen shots from the films. I found the collection interesting, and I can imagine how fascinating this could be for anyone who has ever been into these films. The stories are so interesting that they are really worth watching. I don't know how they did it, but the collection of clips is so interesting. They include clips from the original gangster movies, which were made in the 50's and 60's. I find that really interesting. The story is of a young man who is introduced to the world of the gangster films. He is also introduced to a gangster film that he does not know about. When he sees this film he is hooked. I recommend this documentary to anyone who likes to know about the movies of Richard Lester. This documentary is a must see for any fan of Richard Lester or his movies.

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Kathy Bishop

Watching this movie reminded me of my days in college, or in school, where we all went to the movie theater and watched 'So What' for hours and hours. 'So What' was a cinematic masterpiece of the genre. The actors are all very talented and very well chosen. It's definitely one of the best movies I have ever seen and I have seen many movies. This movie is the definition of a 'must see.'

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I'm not sure why this movie is getting such a low rating. It was awesome, an excellent look into a time in American history that I would have never known. I just saw the movie and I was impressed with the level of detail and quality that the production team put into this. The cast was amazing, especially Michael Lerner. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone, and especially to young kids.

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Emma Guerrero

It is obvious to see that this is not a documentary about the movie, but about the artistic vision of the Director, the scriptwriter, the actors, the art department, and the studio itself. A very interesting documentary that deserves a bigger audience. It's definitely a must see.

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Very well shot and narrated, though I could not agree with most of the opinions expressed here. And that said, I still think this is a great documentary. It has everything: interviews with people involved in the story (including Bob Dylan), and the interviews of the actors in the film. I think there are so many things that could be explained here: the criticism of the films "witty" dialog, the large number of film critics who hated it, the criticisms of the "horror" of the subject matter, the long-standing tradition of "whitewashing" in the industry, the deep-rooted tradition of the "whitewashing" of American film-making, etc. I don't know if any of these things are enough to adequately explain the "failure" of the film, but there's no doubt that it's important to understand this "failure" to know how much you should be critical of the film. If you are critical of the film, you're critical of yourself. The problem is that it's important to know what kind of movie you like. Is it a drama about a man with schizophrenia who gets "cured" by his wife? Is it a drama about a woman who discovers that her husband has schizophrenia? If so, you might like it, but you're also critical of yourself. If you're critical of the film, you're critical of your own judgment. This film does well in both cases. The film is not flawless, but it's a really good film. I do not think the film is "a masterpiece". It's a really good documentary, but not "a masterpiece". I do think that the film is very good and has good value, but I don't think it's "a masterpiece".

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Joan C.

The very talented John Waters returns with a superb documentary about the cult classic, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Filmed in a small rural town, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is the story of a couple of young teenagers, who go to a cabin in the woods where they find a horrifying secret. You will see some of the most gruesome scenes in horror history. This film has the audience on the edge of their seats from the beginning to the end. It has some great interviews with the cast and crew and you will hear how they started to believe that this film is going to be something special. It is a shame that this film has not had a home release because it could have been such a great film. The film was actually shot on a shoestring budget but I think that was a good thing because it allowed the actors and crew to make this film what it was. John Waters was one of the most talented filmmakers in the history of cinema. He is truly one of the greatest. I loved this film and I am a huge fan of the original film and I believe this is the best version ever. If you haven't seen it, you have to!

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Arthur Burton

A film about a particular rock band of the 60's. Is it fun to see a rockumentary or boring? For me, it was fun, but for many others it was too tedious. I enjoyed the interviewees, and had high hopes for the film. But I think the film would have been a lot better had it been a whole lot shorter. There are a few scenes that are just very tedious, and some of the segments of the film are really quite boring. But overall it is well worth a watch, and if you enjoy rockumentaries, you should check this out. And I think it's great that they gave credit to a lot of bands that are not well known today, especially since the vast majority of rockumentaries don't even get that close to the big bands of the 60's. It really shows how important it was for rock bands to have a strong network of fans.

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Jeffrey Aguilar

Before I begin my review, I would like to say that I was a huge fan of the original movie, I was a fan of the first '50s film and even though this film doesn't follow the original very closely, I still enjoyed it. However, when I heard that the makers of this film were going to recreate the movie with a whole new cast and crew, I couldn't wait to see it. I can't say that I was disappointed. The film is a good mix of old and new. There are a lot of great scenes and a few of the more dramatic scenes seem to be missing. I think that the story has been simplified and I can't help but feel that the film makers could have done a lot more with it. However, I also feel that the film makers did a good job in recreating the film. The film is almost a time travel film in the sense that it is not only set in the 50s but the old characters are also shown in their younger years. However, this is not a film about time travel. The film focuses on the art of photography and the importance of the individual. The film does have some great images but overall, it is a good film. I'm not sure how many people will like it but I think that many people will enjoy it. There are a few things that I would have liked to see added to the film. I think that the film makers should have used the original script to make the film more exciting. I also would have liked to see more of the two women who were in the film and their relationship. Overall, I think that this is a good film that is worth watching.

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Katherine W.

I was very impressed with the history of the "experimental" films by this director, David Lynch. I knew little about his work prior to this film, but was intrigued by the subtle but powerful narrative that he was able to pack into his films. I was particularly impressed with this film's portrayal of film as a medium. It was at first difficult for me to understand what he was trying to accomplish with these films, but the themes and ideas he was able to convey were very clear and resonated strongly with me. The film has many layers, some more profound than others. It is a powerful and moving film, and I encourage everyone to watch it.

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Craig V.

Before I begin, let me state that I am a huge fan of the Documentary genre. From "What the Health?" to "Inside Job," I enjoy it immensely. For the first time, however, I've decided to give "Documentary" a go. I'm glad that I did. I was shocked to see how much I enjoyed this film. It was an amazing documentary about the history of this film. It was the first documentary I've seen that was not a documentary. It's like being a part of a cult. I was not disappointed. I've seen the second one and that one was great too. I can't wait to see what this guy does next.

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Nicholas M.

Although the images and music in this documentary are so well-known that you could skip it and you wouldn't miss much, it still is not without its flaws. First of all, the movie's not a documentary, it's a documentary-to-movie crossover. Some of the images are so well-known that you might not even notice them until the end of the movie. I could never forget the first time I saw the butterfly, and it was the first time I saw a photograph of an Indian tribal woman. I found this interesting because I've been to India myself and I know how remote the Indian tribal people are and they still have very colorful traditional tattoos. What was even more interesting is that the movie never showed the story behind the film. It had all the steps taken to make this film, but didn't explain the steps, so it made the film a little bit confusing. But even if the movie was confusing, it was still a great movie. It's funny, touching, and even a little bit shocking. It also included a few historical events, which you would not expect, and this is what I love about the movie. It's not the least bit boring, and there are scenes that will leave you speechless. I think the best thing about this movie is that it shows how some of the best filmmakers are. They did their homework, and the result is a great film. It's great to see movies that are being made and being praised, and this movie is one of them.

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This is a really good documentary about a cinema that had the same owner for over 30 years. It was a part of the big experiment that led to some major change in American cinema. It was originally run by Roger Corman who wanted to bring the silent film into the big screen. It was all about to make the biggest movies of all time and the experiment worked. The movie was a huge hit and it changed the world. This movie shows how the American studios went through the changes and how they managed to continue to produce the great movies. This is one of the best documentaries I have seen in a long time. I recommend this to anyone who is interested in cinema or cinema history.

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Lori O.

For those who had to endure the most unpleasantly excruciating editing (a kind of machine-gunning of the film, followed by an absolutely hilarious "interview") of any of the Pasternak films, The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test (1998) might be the most satisfying experience. Set in the 1960s, and running just under an hour, this is not only a fascinating look at the making of Kool-Aid, but also one of the best made-for-TV movies I've ever seen. (And that was from the long-running late '70s Pasternak show, not the one on YouTube, which was still airing at the time.) The story is told through the five Kool-Aid directors, but what truly makes it work is the interviews with all of them, and their frequent, and often hilarious, outbursts of color-coded, graphic obscenities. I've seen this on PBS several times, and it has a number of unusual aspects that are fun to watch. For example, the bandleader has a habit of jumping into his interview and stammering away, while his interviewer tells him to shut up. The dialog is also remarkably snappy, sometimes with people so dramatically engaged with what they're saying that they'll end up jumping around in the air a couple of times, which is also a great gag. And there are a number of interviews with Kool-Aid personalities that are entertaining. Most notable is the one with the black-and-white actress who plays Kay. She's terrific. She's also in a lot of good films, including the well-known 1977 musical The King and I. I recommend this movie to anyone who wants to know more about the making of Kool-Aid.

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Tiffany S.

The best thing about this movie is that it wasn't full of drama and was perfectly paced. The cinematography was impressive and the movie could have been a little longer. It also showed a great aspect of L.A. in its beauty. I was interested in this movie because it was so different. There were many different characters in the film. Some of the things that you would see on TV were not even in the movie. This made it very interesting. There was an interesting friendship that I couldn't understand. I was also interested in seeing how the town in California would respond to the influx of refugees. There was a great fear of the unknown. I was also interested in seeing how the characters would react to the new people that were coming to the town. If you are interested in making movies, I recommend watching this movie.

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Bryan C.

A few years back I caught this film on the PBS documentary series "Newsnight" and loved it. I just caught it again on the Discovery channel and loved it even more. The plot of the documentary is almost identical to "Newsnight" and it's about "those two men" (Dick and Greer) who are two of the most prolific pranksters of the 20th century. The only difference is that Greer has a BBC radio station and is known for his pranks, while Dick is a film director who pranks for a living. They both hang out in New York City at the time of the Kennedy assassination and later for the Watergate scandal. The BBC crew had a camera crew there but it was Dick who took the first stab at the stunt. I've always thought that his pranks were much more successful than Greer's. This documentary does a good job of showing how they worked together. I think the best part of the documentary is the interview with Richard Nixon, who tells the story of how he learned about the pranksters and how he almost got his attention. The documentaries had a lot of people who were involved in the prank phenomenon and it gives you a good idea of the times. It's a good story and it's a fascinating story.

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This is the second part of a three part documentary, and there is also a documentary on the making of the movie. As the movie was originally intended as a series of features, the director, Pete Markowitz, explained how it became a movie in one of the features. Here he is talking about the evolution of the idea from the concept of a guy making a movie and interviewing people who worked on it, such as Harry Shearer, Donald Pleasence, Robert Duvall, Kevin Kline, Peter Boyle, and Andy Garcia. He is also talking about the reason that the director of the film, Peter Bogdanovich, had to be in the film at all. He was hired as an extra because he was a perfect match for the director. This interview also gives an idea about the personal sacrifices that went into making the film. As he explains, they were just trying to make a movie. If it had gone to a better director, they probably would have been able to do a better movie. The Director also talks about the challenges of making a movie that has a lot of music, and a lot of sex, and a lot of nudity. This is probably the most important part of the documentary, and it gives an idea of how difficult it was to make the film. There is also a lot of information about the style of the movie. They were trying to do a silent film, but the sound did not work well in a silent film, so they had to make a lot of changes to the story to make it more coherent. They also discussed the problems with getting people to work on the film. They hired a lot of extras who were not the most enthusiastic about the film. They also interviewed the people who worked on the film, and also the director. This is the most interesting part of the documentary, because they talk about the problems that were having with the film. In addition, they also talked about how the production went to another director, and this director, Wes Craven, helped make the film a success. They also talked about how the movie became popular, and they talk about why it became popular. This is an interesting documentary because it is well made, it is very interesting to hear about the personal sacrifices that went into making the film, and it is interesting to hear about how the film turned out.

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Raymond S.

I was wondering why the film was called "The Company" in my area and finally found out. I think the film did a very good job of showing the problems with the company and the reason for the merger. The old, corrupt, corrupted CEO of the company played by Andrew Largeman was a little over the top but I guess that was what the director wanted. I loved the interview with the owner of the old company who had come back to the company and decided to start over. The film also showed the change in the company over the years, from old people to people with experience. Overall, I think the film was well done and worth watching. I will definitely watch it again and definitely recommend it to my friends. You really do not have to have an affinity for the company to understand what the director was trying to show. I think you will also be happy with the ending. I think you will also understand the importance of this film, that you really can not change the past and that you really do not know what really happened in the past. I highly recommend this film, it is a must see.

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I first became aware of the documentary, known as "Date Movie", on TV's "60 Minutes" as part of their "The 60 Minutes II" documentary series, but not in its entirety. I'd have to say that this was the best documentary that I've seen to date. As someone who's been through the dating and sexual education phase of my life, I was amazed by the success of this documentary. The truth about dating and dating in general. And the sad truth about dating and sexual education is that a lot of people who are into these subjects are actually already into something that's more serious. And this documentary was able to show that. You'll learn about the many different types of dating, and the many different types of dating. Whether it's a guy who likes to date only one girl, or a girl who likes to date the hottest girl in school. And how it relates to people like me who don't want to have to spend much time on the computer, or spending time on the internet. You'll learn about the many different ways of dating, from the most basic to the most advanced. And it'll show you some of the more "modern" dating techniques. From the most basic, such as flirting, to the more advanced, such as a naked picture. But the most important thing about this documentary is that you'll learn the truth about dating, and the truth about sex, as it relates to the past, the present, and the future. This is definitely a must see for anyone who's into dating and sex. I'd recommend it to anyone who's ever been through dating and sexual education, or has a friend who's been through dating and sexual education. This documentary is a must see for everyone.

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I've seen many documentaries on the history of music and movie making, but this one takes the cake. Every scene is so well-made that it is hard not to watch them all. The author has taken a huge variety of archival footage and put it together to create a moving and intimate account of the making of the greatest American movie of all time. The director is able to keep the audience at a constant distraction by showing bits of the scene but never letting them focus on the main subject. For example, if you want to learn the ins and outs of the movie making process you would have to watch the entire documentary, and this is a tough thing to do. The movie itself is a great movie, and I recommend it to anyone who likes movies and history. If you are not an expert on the subject, or if you have never seen a movie before, this is a great documentary to see. I was very impressed.

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Jacqueline Williams

I really don't know what to say about this film. As I stated in my last review, I had some reservations about it but then I watched it. I am an old time filmgoer and I thought it was a great experience. It was filled with stunning images and a ton of interviews. I was a bit surprised that the film did not reveal anything new but it didn't detract from the film. I really do think that the film will have a profound effect on people and in some cases it will do the opposite. This is a film that deserves much more attention than it received. For that, I am glad that this film is here. You will love it, you will love it. 9/10

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In this fascinating film, I was entertained throughout by the fascinating discussion of the world of music. In the first hour, we are introduced to the world of music by interviewing the masters of this art. When I was young, I was so impressed by the interviewees that I knew I wanted to become a musician. I decided that I was ready. I studied music in college, and I started my own recording studio. When I was in college, I had the opportunity to work with some of the greatest musicians ever, including Neil Young and Lou Reed. I have now been involved with the music industry for over 15 years. During that time, I have met countless artists that are no longer with us. One of them was my close friend and mentor, Bob Dylan. When I first met Bob, he was a homeless drunk with a dirty and twisted voice. He has always been an inspiration to me, and I am very grateful for the fact that he took the time to meet with me and to help me become a better person. He also gave me the opportunity to interview some of the greatest artists ever, including Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Prince, David Bowie, John Lennon, Queen, The Beatles, Janis Joplin, The Who, Prince, George Harrison, George Strait, The Rolling Stones, Stevie Wonder, Steve Vai, and Eric Clapton. I hope that the world will benefit from the film, and that the people who helped me become a better person will enjoy their interviews. I would like to thank all of the artists who have participated in this project. They were incredible.

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As a veteran of independent film and the people who make it, I have to say that I found this film to be in its essence a classic. The photography is great, the cast is great, the editing is great, the story is great, the music is great, and the ending is great. If you are like me and love independent films, I highly recommend this movie. It's not a flashy production, but it is a nice touch of independent film. I am a huge fan of the late night talk shows that the talk show hosts did. This movie has a great look on what independent film is like, and how they go about making it. In addition, the characters are great and you find yourself rooting for them. For fans of independent film, this movie is an excellent introduction to the genre.

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Terry Stone

This movie is a documentary that shows a fictional account of the filming of the film, U-571. This movie is the most well-known of all "U-571" films. It was the first one in a series of films which is supposed to be a documentary of the U-571 project. It is also the most "interesting" documentary. It shows how the crew worked on the project, the dialogue between the crew, the logistics and how the film was made. It is interesting that all the different crew members were interviewed, and also that they were given different names. It also shows how the different crew members were treated by the production team and their reaction to the project. The actors in the film also talk about the film and the events that were filmed, their personal experiences of filming it and their relationship with the film. It is a must see film for everyone. It is definitely worth watching.

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Sara J.

I've been waiting to see this film for a long time, and I'm glad I finally got to see it. It's a film that deals with the social and political history of the 1940s and 1950s. It's a story about a series of famous films and how they impacted people's lives. As a film, it is pretty impressive. The set and costumes are quite nice, the photography is great, the acting is good, and the script is quite good. There are many great quotes in this film, and it was great to see them come out of the mouths of famous actors. The biggest problem with this film is that it is only two hours long. It could have been so much more. It is not perfect, but it's certainly better than many films that are in theaters right now. The biggest thing that I noticed was that the movie did not go into great detail about the people involved in these films. They were not really developed enough. It's like the film went through the motions. But that is only a minor complaint. I would definitely recommend seeing this film, and I would love to see it again.

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Dylan Fernandez

With an almost 50 minute running time, this is a wonderful film, in which the music, visuals and performances are all of the highest order. Every time I see it, I'm surprised and sometimes amazed at how good it is. It's been a long time since I saw a film that I couldn't immediately forget. A masterpiece.

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Andrea Mills

I am an admirer of John McEnroe and this documentary is one of his best efforts. From his incredible talent to the direction of his career. I was struck by the contrast of his life in Hollywood and his life in Alaska. He had to survive on a very limited budget and his time was divided between Alaska and California. He spent almost the entire summer of 1947 on the set of 'Salvador' (the movie that introduced him to America) and then he was on the set of 'Tootsie' for a month. I think his own opinions on this are important. His attitude and his method of success is very different than the way Hollywood works. He doesn't do it the same way. He had to survive. He had to make a movie that worked and it was a difficult task. He was in control of his success and he never wanted to lose it. He knew that Hollywood was not a business and that it was only a profession. He was a survivalist and he accepted that. He was not a movie star. He was a survivalist. I think this documentary is very important. I also think that if you really want to understand the way Hollywood works, you should see this documentary.

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I am a big fan of the music, I am a big fan of the Beatles, and I am also a fan of my local high school, and I have always been fascinated with the filming of documentaries. But this was a rare occasion when I actually had the opportunity to watch one. I think this documentary is brilliant. It does not get too deep into the subject matter, but does bring out the passion and energy of the musicians and musicians' families. It is not a documentary about the "cool" kids, as it states, but more of the "cool" parents. If you're a parent and you've been through the wringer of your child's love life, this is a must see. It is an inspiring documentary, and I think that it is worth the price of admission.

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Amy Wade

I love this film, and will continue to watch it. It's the kind of film that will make you laugh and cry, and will keep you thinking about it for days. I love the story, and I think that the director did a wonderful job of showing it from many angles. I think that the last part is very sad, but I think that it's very important. I hope that more people will see this film. I've seen it a dozen times now. It's a very good movie.

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Michelle P.

What the hell is up with Michael Moore? Does he like to go on these interviews and make it sound like he's making a documentary. No, of course he's not. He doesn't like to do interviews. It's just not his style. He's very adept at making films that seem like documentaries. This is one of the films that he does in his film category, The Moore File. Moore interviews some of the biggest names in the movie industry and the people who work for them. He does this with the knowledge that he is being interviewed. He has some very interesting interviews with people who have gone on to do great things. I really enjoyed this documentary because I really liked the people interviewed. But, that doesn't mean it's a good documentary. It is very biased and biased people were interviewed. You can tell that he's not doing this to make a documentary but to attack the people who make the films he's criticizing. This is also one of those documentaries that was made because of the ratings and the awards that it got. It was a very low budget film and it didn't have a big budget. I would say that the movie is a 7/10 but I wouldn't call it a great film. It's entertaining and entertaining is what I like to watch.

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Ruth Graham

This documentary about the "50's and 60's" on the North Coast of California, is an exceptional document of the region's special place in American history, as well as a fascinating look into the life of the country's most famous house. It's an intimate look into the inner world of an exclusive California enclave where people were less concerned with what the outside world thought of them than they were about what they themselves thought of themselves. In fact, this was a place where even the residents were quite concerned with their image. This documentary offers a glimpse into the lives of the house's occupants, as well as the many others who lived there, and the ways in which these characters' personal and professional lives intertwined. The documentary offers a window into the personalities of the people who inhabit this house, and also provides a peek into the mental and physical illnesses that afflicted them. It's a fascinating glimpse into a time that still holds significance today. It's an extraordinary story that offers a powerful look into the characters and the people who lived at the house. It's a truly remarkable film that deserves more attention and attention than it has gotten.

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Victoria Mendez

The great thing about this documentary is that it really doesn't get in the way of the actual stories being told. It doesn't even get in the way of the actual stories being told. The first half of the film is about the building of the Club which is actually pretty good. The second half is about the incredible discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, which is really what the film is about. The third half is about the real life story of the Club and the real life story of the Scrolls. It's really fascinating and really worth watching.

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I have watched this movie in English with subtitles and I must say that I really like the cinematography and the idea of the story. It's really good and it's very interesting. It is about the cinema in 1960s, and I think that we can see this happening today in the movies. The images are beautiful, the sound is very well done and the soundtracks are perfect for the scenes. I think that the movie is very good, but I also think that the story is not very clear. It could be better, but I think that it is good and interesting. I like the idea of the movie and I think that it is very good.

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Judy S.

In 1977, filmmaker Robert Mapplethorpe was fortunate enough to score a camera crew for a visit to the legendary Laurel Canyon's famed Studio 54. As the crew and producer wearily entered the room, they were treated to an intimate look into the creative minds of the neighborhood. The tour guides introduced us to their famous regulars and guests, from the Roxy to Alice Cooper. We then were introduced to the famous denizens of the area, all of whom were entertaining, or even hilarious, at times. We were then introduced to the "creatives" themselves, who had come together to form a group called the Mothers of Invention. This documentary takes a look at the roots of this group, and how they came to be. While this is a little bit of a strange choice for a documentary, it really does a good job of telling the story of the group, and how they came to be. Some of the interviews are really entertaining, and we see the true essence of what it takes to be a Mothers of Invention, which is not a group that is necessarily small minded or shallow. There is one interview that is pretty hilarious, and it is a great interview, with a great story behind it. The movie is quite fascinating, and is a must see for any movie fan.

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Jonathan D.

When I first saw this film I was in my late 20's and I thought it was pretty good. I'm now 40 and I'm very impressed. The film is also pretty informative and can be quite informative to the uninitiated. It was also a good film to watch with my son. I thought it was a great idea to use the "Parrot" gag to have a film about the underground in the 70's. The film was made in 1974 and the "Parrot" gag was made in 1976. I have seen it on the DVD, and I don't think it's any better than it was in 1974. I would recommend this film to anyone.

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Jose Mendoza

I was hesitant to see this movie. I don't like documentaries and I've never been to a cinema. The reviews I saw on the web were very positive so I thought it would be a great idea. I was very pleased with the film. The characters are very real and the film is shot very well. The film is very well made and has a very good script. It's a very interesting film and is definitely worth seeing.

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Mildred G.

This is a really well-made documentary. It's definitely not a classic but it's an interesting look at the strange phenomenon of film festival-goers (and how the festival's attendees interact with the film) and the people who put on these films. There's a lot of discussion about the "filmmakers" and the people who make the films that they see. The filmmaker interviewed here is Mark Cassady (aka the Cinematic Monk) and he's actually the film-maker who started the festival. He is a big reason the festival exists. He's interviewed by Roger Ebert, who is a regular festival goer himself. The story is also interesting, and the documentary goes into great detail about the festival and its people. It's not a particularly lengthy documentary, but it's a good look at the festival and the people who attend it. There's also some great interviews with Mark's wife, Suzanne, and her daughter, who are also festival goers. There's also a great discussion about what the festival is about. It's a great look into the strange phenomenon of the festival. This is a very entertaining look at the festival. It's also very interesting, and it's worth watching.

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Angela W.

As the name implies, this documentary is a history of the American West. In this case, the history is from the filming of the famous 'Citizen Kane' in 1941, and from the 60's onwards. The documentary is narrated by a famous critic, and features a host of experts, who speak of the time period in detail. These include: (1) a historian of film, James Surowiecki (2) an expert on film, John Alcott, and (3) an expert on Western films, John Huston. (4) A director of photography, Carl Franklin. (5) An artist, Charles Deakin. (6) The actor, Jack Elam. (7) The writer, James Sallis. (8) The director, Carl Franklin. (9) A writer, Tom Robbins. (10) The editor, Paul Frees. (11) The cinematographer, Carl Franklin. (12) The production designer, Bill Hankey. (13) The sound man, Paul Baranowski. (14) The director of photography, Paul Frees. (15) The cinematographer, Joe D'Amato. (16) The writer, Charles Deakin. (17) The actors, Elisabeth Shue, James Sallis, Jack Elam, and John Huston. (18) The famous critic, Irving Berlin. (19) The producer, Mark L. Lester. (20) The editor, Al R. Warren. (21) The producer, Thomas Kinkade. (22) The writer, James Sallis. (23) The writer, Carl Franklin. (24) The director, Carl Franklin. (25) The cinematographer, Joe D'Amato. (26) The writer, Paul Frees. (27) The editor, Bill Hankey. (28) The producer, Thomas Kinkade. (29) The director, Tom Robbins. (30) The writer, John Huston. (31) The actors, Elisabeth Shue, Jack Elam, and John Huston. (32) The famous critic, Irving Berlin. (33) The producer, Thomas Kinkade. (34) The editor, Al R. Warren. (35) The writer, James Sallis. (36) The director, Carl Franklin. (37) The cinematographer, Joe D'Amato. (38) The writer, Charles Deakin. (39) The producer, Thomas Kinkade. (40) The director, Carl Franklin. (41) The cinematographer, Joe D'Amato. (42) The writer, John Huston. (43) The producer, Thomas Kinkade. (44) The writer, Charles Deakin. (45) The actor, John Huston. (46) The director, Carl Franklin. (47) The actor, Elisabeth Shue. (48) The director, Carl Franklin. (49) The actor, Jack Elam. (50) The director, Carl Franklin. (51) The cinematographer, Joe D'Amato. (52) The writer, Charles Deakin. (53) The director, Carl Franklin. (54) The actor, Jack Elam. (55) The director, Carl Franklin. (56) The cinematographer, Joe D'Amato. (57) The writer, Charles Deakin.

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Joseph Little

This is the film I'm glad I had the chance to see on my own. I was not aware of the work done by the actors, the director, the writers, and I'm glad I got to watch it. It's a documentary. And what a documentary it is. It's a visual treat. As the title suggests, the movie follows the characters as they experience the various stages of their careers, from the amateur to the professional. It's a true-to-life story. A very interesting film, one I'm sure I'll watch again. This is one of those films where you'll either love it or hate it. I loved it. I think it's really important to get the story behind the story, and that's what this film did. It did not play out like a typical Hollywood movie. It's not a Hollywood movie. It's a real-life story about what it takes to be a professional film maker. And I'm glad I got to see it.

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Eugene W.

I saw this movie at the Chicago Film Festival and I have to say that it was a great movie. I was not expecting it to be so great and I think it's a great movie. I have seen a lot of movies that are great, but I think this is one of the best movies that I have seen in a long time. It's a movie that tells a story and the way that it tells the story is really interesting. It was a little bit predictable in the beginning, but then it started to go in a different direction. I think that it was a great movie. I really enjoyed it. I would recommend it to anybody. If you are going to see it, you should go to the cinema.

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Rachel Medina

As an avid fan of documentary movies, I thought this would be a great documentary on the making of the classic 1970s "Sex in the City". Boy was I wrong. The story of how the original film was made was told so well, that the documentary itself becomes a classic. The acting was great, the locations were beautiful, and the special effects were great. The story was told in a way that I thought would be easy to understand, and I was wrong. It was very interesting and I really enjoyed it. I'm surprised to say that I have never seen such a high rating. My vote is 10 out of 10. The way the film was made was amazing, and I wish the producers would have made it a great movie.

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Nathan B.

It is not often that you come across a film that is both so engaging and insightful. The focus of this documentary is on the art of documentary making. It is a difficult skill to master and one that often goes ignored. In this regard, the film shows that it is something everyone can learn from. It highlights some of the key subjects in the documentary, the process of making a film and the importance of collaboration. It also shows how some key subjects can not only inspire others to do the same, but help bring a greater depth to the field of documentary. I found the film to be both interesting and insightful. It was both entertaining and a bit frightening. However, it was also very well made. The interviews were interesting and the production value was great. I would recommend it to anyone.

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Jeffrey Lee

I have a bad habit of watching documentaries on TV, and this is one of the best ones I have seen. The documentary is interesting and gives a good perspective on the culture. I recommend it.

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I'm not sure how much of this documentary is true, but it seems a pretty good summary of the last 10 years of punk rock in America. I'm not sure I could have enjoyed this documentary more, but the real wonder is that so many people are willing to pay good money to see it. I have seen it at several different film festivals, and I'm still trying to find a copy somewhere. This is definitely a documentary for people who are interested in punk rock, but is also an introduction to the people who are making it. It's a great documentary, and I recommend it for everyone.

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Gary T.

One of the most striking things about the way all of these interviews were filmed was the enormous respect in which they were held by the actors. While I can't be sure that there were none of them that would actually like this film, I do know that they all did not just like it, but really respected it. If you are a fan of these actors, you will be surprised at the honesty and passion they bring to their stories. But the bottom line is that this is a film that should be seen by everyone, especially if you are a fan of these actors. It will take you on a fascinating journey and allow you to learn about a very important period in American history. It will show you why these films are so much more than just some cheap gimmick, but actually draw you in with the stories of people who lived through the era.

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Virginia S.

What a trip it was to see this film at the San Francisco International Film Festival. A very rare occurrence for me. I knew the director was going to be a filmmaker with a "big idea" (to put it bluntly), but I had never heard of him. He has done some great work, but never in the history of my life have I heard of his "big idea". This film is a great demonstration of how to make a film that engages and impresses, without being pretentious. It is an homage to great filmmakers of the past, like Stanley Kubrick, who gave us the masterpieces "2001: A Space Odyssey" and "A Clockwork Orange". "The Room" is a film that should be seen by anyone with an interest in art. It is a testament to the power of the human spirit, and the human ability to create art in the face of adversity. I am still in shock that this film won the Oscar for best film. The Academy should have nominated it for best picture. The film is not just a great example of the art form, but it is a great example of the human spirit, and the human ability to create art in the face of adversity. This film should be seen by all who love good films, and by all who love good films. See it, and then see it again. If you like this film, you'll love "The Disaster Artist"

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Ryan Wright

This film was really a great and informative movie. I felt like I was in the room when it was being filmed and that was cool. It gave a really good look into what the artists were going through and what it was like working on a film set. It showed the artistic side of film making. There was lots of references to the music of the time, I'm not a big fan of rock but they did a good job. The music is awesome. It has some great songs. I also like the way they were showing all the different aspects of film making, like how a character can be someone from different walks of life and still be a good person and can also be a bad person at the same time. There were lots of different scenes from different scenes in the movie that made me laugh and make me laugh. I think that this was a great documentary that is really worth watching.

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Madison H.

This is a documentary about the history of the famous Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K), a popular late night television show from the 1990s. The documentary takes a look at the making of the show and the various members of the crew. It also looks at how the show evolved into a cult phenomenon and how its ratings soared to unprecedented heights. This documentary is very enjoyable to watch and provides a great background for understanding the show. It's well edited and has many funny and informative segments that are well worth your time. It also has a nice, humorous and informative commentary track by MST3K's creator, Rob Rhinehart. This documentary is an essential piece of work that anyone who is a fan of the show or is looking for an interesting look into the history of the MST3K will enjoy. If you are a fan of the show and are looking for a good documentary, I highly recommend this one. Rating 7/10

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Andrea L.

I haven't seen all of "The Room", but this documentary does a good job of illustrating the audience's reactions to the film. While it does contain a lot of trivia and old footage, I found it more entertaining than informative. The documentary only touches on the most superficial aspects of the film, such as the titles, plot, characters, and editing. The only thing that truly interested me was the writing and directing of the film. While the film is rather complicated, I didn't really care much for the characters. I found them annoying and they didn't have enough screen time. While the movie is about a woman's mental deterioration due to a man's intrusion, there was no tension in the characters. It was difficult to relate to any of them. The film also failed to show how much of a struggle a woman has to deal with being a mother. While the film attempts to portray the transition between a mother and a woman, the director did not really show any scenes of a mother being a mother. The film is not really about the act of motherhood, but the inability to relate to the mother in the film. Overall, I did find the film interesting, but I was very disappointed in the director's decision to include the writing of the film.

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Olivia D.

In our modern society, where we have become more tolerant of people with a different belief or belief system, it is a pleasure to watch a film like this. I think it is a good idea to show this film in a classroom setting to remind people of what is important. What I like most about this film is the way the film portrays people from different countries in their own words. They are very interesting to watch. What I think is the most important is that the director didn't try to change the subject matter of the film or make the film too long. Instead, he just kept it simple and not too long. In this sense, the film is very much in line with the life of the movie itself. I think this film is worth seeing for anyone who is interested in different cultures and the differences between them. It is a film that will not disappoint you and will inspire you.

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You know what they say about people: they like to remember the good things about their lives. You can see this with the New York City crowd. When the media covers the Big Apple in the same way that they covered JFK's assassination, the New York City crowd can't help but reminisce about their own era. In this case, it's the early 1950's. The opening and closing credits are wonderfully dated, and all of the interviews are very informative and very interesting. The closing credits of the credits of the documentary are a bit more over the top. I'm a little disappointed that they didn't show a bit more footage from that era. In fact, the documentary isn't too much of a documentary. It's more of a treatise on the history of New York City. I think the film is an overall good one. It's easy to get into and very entertaining.

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Scott M.

All of the reviews I have read in the last few years about this film are biased. They are saying that it is a blatant anti-government propaganda movie. I would say it is propaganda. What makes the film different from the other "documentaries" is that it is made for the viewing of those who don't know about the movie. I don't know how many people saw this movie and didn't understand what it was trying to say. The first part of the film was very good, I would say the best part. The second part was very good, but the third part was just way too dark. It was so dark that I couldn't see what the movie was trying to say. It was just too dark to watch. I would give it a 9 or a 10, but it was too dark. It just wasn't that good. I would not recommend this movie to anyone. I'm sure many people have already seen it, but I still recommend that you watch it. If you have not seen this movie, then you should definitely watch it.

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Sarah L.

This movie has something to say. It has real characters, real people, real things, real places, real names. And they say it in a way that doesn't always let you laugh, but it does let you feel something. The movie is so accurate, and so real. It doesn't try to be any different than anything else. It's not a documentary, but a film about a person's life, about a place, and a culture. It's not about trying to make a political statement, but is just really, really good. It's a beautiful film, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to hear about the people and places that really matter to people, to know who they are, and why they're important. The movie is very accurate and very real. And I think it should be mandatory for anyone who wants to understand the history of a place, to know who the people are and what they are, and to understand that they are really important.

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There is no other word to describe the genius of this documentary. It was so well written and so well produced. I can't wait for it to be released on DVD and I am so happy to have a copy! It was a really beautiful, emotional film and I was able to watch it over and over again. This is a true documentary about one of the most important topics in history. It should be required viewing for every American. The best part is that it is not just about an era, but it is about a person's entire life. It shows you a side of the 60's that most people don't know about. It is amazing to see the journey of the man who was clearly a rebel and a rebel to his core, but who became a patriot and a true American. I think it is a very important film and I encourage everyone to watch it. You will learn so much and you will love it. This is a must see. I have not found a film about a person's life that is so well written and so well done. It is truly a masterpiece. This film is definitely a classic.

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Robert K.

I recently caught the film version of Jarmusch's "The Fear Factor" on TBS, and I was very impressed with the film's production and special effects. The film is also a bit long at almost two hours, but I think that the director was trying to make the film as realistic as possible. I liked how the film was almost devoid of any language, but the sound effects are still very powerful, and I liked how the film was made in black and white. It's very graphic and disturbing in some ways, but the film is still a powerful piece of work that I recommend. If you haven't seen the film, I highly recommend it. I think it's one of the best films of the year. "The Fear Factor" is an excellent film about the dangers of drugs. It's not for everyone, and I highly recommend not having children under the age of 12, as the film will scare them too much.

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In 1990 the UK Film Board launched the "US equivalent of the BBC's Great Britain version of the Twilight Zone". I was one of the few viewers who was familiar with this show as a kid, but after watching this film I became more familiar with it. The setting is the 1950's and the theme of an epic war between the Nazis and the Soviet Union. The film focuses on the lives of a small group of people who are simply trying to survive. We see their struggle with the Holocaust and the effects of the war on their family. The film is a mixture of documentary and animation. It's a shame that the war footage is so heavily censored, because it really is quite powerful. We also get to see the terrible conditions the Jews had to live in, including the deaths of some of their children. We also see the effects of the war on the women, who have to raise their children alone. We also get to see the great struggles the women have to deal with, including the forced sterilization of some of their family members. The film is not without its problems, the music is quite loud and doesn't fit the tone of the film, and it's not really a documentary, so some of the interviews are hard to understand. The film also has some weak points. It's not really as good as the Twilight Zone, but it's still worth watching.

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Kathy Moreno

I'll start by saying that I am not a big fan of Jeff Bridges and this film was no exception. The first half was okay but boring and I was bored most of the time. The second half was not that good either. It was funny, but there was nothing that stood out as being particularly funny. It was just really, really boring. I can see why people love this movie. I'm not a big fan of Jeff Bridges either, but this was just so boring that I wanted to see something else. The only thing that stood out as being particularly funny was when he was telling his story to the mayor. I thought that was great, but it wasn't funny. I also liked that Jeff Bridges talked about how bad his hair was. It was definitely the funniest part of the film. I would definitely recommend this to people who are not a huge Jeff Bridges fan. But if you are, I would just stay away from this one. I just did not like it very much.

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I'd like to say that I went to see the movie on the recommendation of a friend, but I can't because it's really not recommended. The director and writer are both directors, but they are not the same. Mr. W.B. Ricks, who also directed this documentary, is a self-described "commercial filmmaker" who is usually on the cutting edge of films. That's probably why he brought along a tape recorder to make the movie. That's why it's so interesting. He explains why the film is important and that it's a necessary film. It's not just a documentary. It's not just a look at film and people in Hollywood. It's an artistic look at the very real human relationship between the man and the machine. The film is a kind of autobiography. It is filled with fascinating conversations and observations. The writer of the screenplay is credited with saying a lot of the things that we hear in the film. This is a really, really good film. It has some very fine moments and some really, really good insights. I recommend it.

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I didn't know that it was a documentary when I saw it in the video store. I don't think I was aware that it was a documentary until the end. At the end it seemed to be a summary of the events. I thought it was an interesting story but I didn't know what it was about. It looked like a story about a few hundred people. It's interesting to see how a few hundred people become a part of something. I would have liked to have seen more information about what exactly the U.S.A. was doing to Russia. I thought it was interesting to hear from the people that came to the U.S.A. and what they had to say. I don't think it was about what happened during the cold war. I think it was about a small group of people that came to the U.S.A. and made a connection with the people in Russia. I don't think the director did anything to hide the fact that he was going to be showing the U.S.A. during the whole documentary. I thought the people that were interviewed were good, I liked the way they talked about the subject. I think it was important to hear the Russians talk about what it was like in the U.S.A. I would have liked to have seen more information about the changes that were made in the U.S.A. I think it was a good documentary and I would recommend it to anybody that has the chance to see it. I give it an 8 out of 10.

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With "Blue Velvet" being released on DVD, it's obvious that there will be a lot of people in this country who have never seen it. So I will only point out that the DVD is only available in Australia. I can't imagine that the people who are from the US will get the film and that the people who aren't from the US will not get it. I believe that it would be a good idea to give the film a wide distribution. I hope that the people who have not seen this film will be able to get a chance to see it. I believe that this is a great film and I would like to see it get a wider distribution. So if you are going to see this film, do it. The DVD is only available in Australia. As well as the DVD, there is a 2 disc special edition which includes a movie guide, an interview with director David Lynch, and the theatrical trailer for the film.

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Virginia Thompson

If you are a fan of Alfred Hitchcock and his films, then you will love this. For me, it's more of a visual and narrative work than a documentary. The Hitchcock documentary is more of a way to explain the process of making a film. The Hitchcock film is more of a look into his filmmaking process. However, the director, Robin Cook, does a great job of giving an insight into the process of making a film. The film itself is almost like a mini documentary. It shows the process from idea to production and then shows how the film was produced. I thought the film was very interesting. It shows the process of how Hitchcock makes a film. The film was very good and I would recommend this to anyone who is a fan of Hitchcock's films.

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Tiffany Y.

The most popular documentary I've seen, with plenty of great information about the history of television, which I've used to have a good idea of the technical aspects of the "unbelievable" set up and production of some of the most popular shows of the '50s and '60s. There's lots of information on the technical aspects of what they did and why it worked. It's worth watching, if only to learn what was going on behind the scenes.

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Olivia P.

This is a beautiful movie. I don't know why people call it a "smug-face-off." It's the reality of the age and culture of 1960's. The musical numbers are great and are sung by both the female and male groups. I don't know why people like to compare these two movies. I know that the Woman's Group was called "The Angry Women" and the male group was called "The Angry Men" but that's only because that's the way the band members acted. They did not say that the female group was "The Angry Women" and the male group was "The Angry Men" until the band members came to interview this movie in 2009. I don't think the movie is too biased or biased. I thought it was just as good as the 1960's. The music is great and it's very romantic. If you want to learn about the 1960's, this is a good movie. It's really not that bad. It's the reality. And if you don't like the 1960's, then don't go and see this movie. It's not really for you. The movie doesn't try to convince you to like the 1960's. It's just telling you what the people were like and what it was like.

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Sean Morales

I have been a fan of Wes Anderson since his first film, The Royal Tenenbaums, and even since then I was a bit skeptical about this film because of the controversies and rumors that surrounded it. But this film is more than just a Wes Anderson film, it is a masterpiece. The music is incredibly powerful, and the narrative structure is amazing. The pacing is really slow, but you don't care because you are fascinated by the characters. The pacing is perfect, and it really takes you on a journey of the relationship between the characters. It is the kind of film that you can watch over and over again and still feel it. There are many scenes that are so dramatic that it is worth your time. The performances are amazing, and the film itself is so beautiful. The score is amazing, and it is a brilliant example of how music should be used. It has a very emotional and important part in the film and I can't recommend this film enough. I strongly recommend this film to everyone, because it is definitely one of the best films of all time. I think Wes Anderson did a great job on this film, and it is a masterpiece. I think the Academy Awards should have nominated this film for best picture, but instead I think it should have won best director. Wes Anderson is a brilliant director and I think he did a great job with this film. This film is definitely worth watching.

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Tarantino was at his best in this documentary, and to say that this was one of the best films of all time is an understatement. It's an amazing movie that is as good as any of his other works, and it's not just because of the great performances. I'm not going to spoil it for you, but I'll say this: the music is as great as any of his other work, the production is phenomenal, the cinematography is amazing, and the editing is perfect. This is the best documentary I've ever seen, and you won't find another documentary that will do as good of a job as this. 10/10.

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I'm a huge fan of Jeremy Irons and I have seen all of his movies. But this documentary is simply a masterpiece. It's the best movie I have ever seen. I am still shaking with emotion from this. I think it is a true story and it is told very well. It's not like most other movies that people would watch and say "oh that was was like a documentary". It's not like that. It's just that it's the best movie I have ever seen. And you will love it. If you don't want to watch a documentary, don't watch it. But if you want to see a great movie, see it. This movie is brilliant.

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Danielle Wallace

The late, great Philip Kaufman would have been proud to see this documentary. Kaufman is the architect of the "studio 54" nightclub scene in New York, and it is evident from the interviews that he was very much involved in the planning of the events that took place there. If you are into clubbing, and have seen this documentary, it will make you realize that there is a big difference between a "scene" and a "club." The best part of the documentary is the "behind the scenes" footage of the "studio 54" club. It is not the "club" but the "scene" that is important. So what happened to the club that got canceled? How did the police react to the club? How did the club's owner and his business partner react to the police raid on the club? Why was the club closed down? Why is it still closed? Why was it re-opened? Who owns the club? What happened to the club? This is all just a starting point, and there are many more that should be mentioned. This is a great documentary for anyone interested in clubbing, and anyone who is interested in the history of clubbing in New York. If you don't like clubbing, this documentary is not for you.

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Patrick G.

I watched the original and loved it so much I wanted to see the sequel. So I rented "What Dreams May Come". This is a documentary about the movie and how it was made. It's a little on the long side, but I like how they capture the studio's full reaction to the original. The movie is good, but I don't think it was a great movie. It's pretty good and I'll see it again. I'm not sure how much I'll like it as I've only seen the original a few times. I'd say it's worth seeing if you've seen the original. I liked it and I think you should.

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This documentary is set in New York City during the early years of the disco scene. It tells the story of the rise and fall of Studio 54 and how the owners, who didn't know how to run a music store, were forced to deal with the problem of drug use. While not a particularly great film, it does do a good job of making its points without making too many of them. It's worth seeing for the story, and it's worth seeing for the music.

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This is a very entertaining documentary, which will have you laughing and smiling from start to finish. I like the fact that it never really goes into the details of the problems in the film making industry, but rather talks about the things that make it tick and what it is like to be in a film set. It does a great job at not going in too deep and only talking about the things that actually happen. It gives you an idea of what it is like to be a star in the business and gives you a sense of what the people involved in the movie industry go through, which is good. I recommend this to anyone who loves documentaries. I have to say though that I really enjoyed the documentary and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good laugh and a great laugh.

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This is a fantastic film. Not so much for its theme of the death of freedom, but for its plot. I'm not sure if I can sum it up in a single sentence. It's a great mix of documentary and thought-provoking film. The film starts with the rise of the first and second world wars, and how they changed the lives of millions of people. The film also covers the political upheaval of the 1960s, and the Vietnam War. It's also a story of the war in Iraq, with interviews with both US and Iraqi soldiers. This is a fascinating film, that I recommend to anyone interested in politics, history, or just an entertaining film. It's a shame that the DVD is not available. Hopefully it will be released on DVD soon. It's definitely worth watching, but be prepared for some interesting questions. 9/10

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Donna Lewis

Loved the documentary, but the subject matter is so heavy that it was hard to feel for the people. The film seems to want to be political. But the "pro" side has all the answers and no ones is getting hurt. This is the kind of anti-climax that makes you want to scream at the screen, "Just shut up and make up your mind!". I'm not even sure why this film is being promoted by the NRA, but I suspect it's because it's a doc that will be shown in high schools. While it is a shame that the documentary is getting such high ratings, I do think it's worth seeing.

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A lot of people don't like this film because they don't like what they see on screen. Some of them are right, and this film is a study in realism. The film explores how film has been used to construct a narrative that is true to the society we live in. The film does a great job of showing how bad a story can get when the story is told in a satirical manner. It also does a great job of showing how many people who make up the film industry, who make great films, but are also puppets for the film industry. I think that people who don't like this film are being hypocritical. People like to think that they are separate from the story, but it's the story that is separate from them.

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This is a superb film. If you have not seen it, see it. It is not as revolutionary as some would have you believe. It is about a handful of men who worked for a company called "Shooting Star" in the late 60's and early 70's. The film shows the lives of the men and how they lived. I highly recommend this film. It is as powerful and compelling as it is entertaining.

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Peter Lane

When I saw this documentary, I thought, "What a great film! A very well-made documentary that I would recommend to anyone who would like to learn more about the art of film-making." The film is very well made. The content is informative, and the film is well-organized and very interesting. However, the film seems to go into too much detail, as many of the interviews with the artists are simply too much to be absorbed in, and the film seems to end too quickly. In addition, the film seemed to be too focused on the artist and not enough on the process of filmmaking. I think that a longer version of this documentary would be a good idea, but I'm not sure that this version would be much better than the one that I saw.

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Katherine H.

I have been a fan of Woody Allen's since I first saw him as a young kid in the 1970s, and have been fascinated with his films ever since. He's made some great ones, and I'm not sure what he could do that no one has ever done before. This documentary, with its archive footage and interviews, explores how Allen achieved his stunning success, with no prior fame, no money, no studio, and no agent. He had a very small budget, but he managed to get some incredible actors, and they managed to turn his ideas into an amazing film. What's interesting about this documentary is that it doesn't tell you how he got his films made, it tells you how he got the actors to act in his films. The most striking thing about this film is how it lets you experience the acting process in the studio, and how he managed to get such great performances from so many talented actors. I think it's because the filmmakers were able to watch the same people over and over again, and really got to know them as people. It also makes me want to see more of his films, and I'm glad they're still making them, but I'm also glad that he's finally getting the recognition he deserves. I think that's what makes him such a great filmmaker.

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Brittany James

The National Film Board of Canada is promoting this film by showing it in cinemas across the country. I saw the movie on the big screen, and enjoyed it. It's about a group of former members of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, who are now living in the country they used to work for. The actors are not famous, but they are all really good. You can tell the story of their lives from their movies and their personal essays on the role of the CBC in Canada. The music is also really good, and the movie makes you feel really connected to the characters. It's not a Hollywood blockbuster, but I think that's the point of the movie.

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I loved this movie. It was so well done. It was both funny and sad at the same time. I especially liked the way the man who plays Mickey and himself said, "I love you, Daddy." And I also thought that the way the movie ended was great. You never know what is going to happen next. This movie was so great, that it was very surprising that I had never heard of it before. I would recommend this movie to anyone, regardless of whether or not they are a fan of the Beatles. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who has ever loved the Beatles.

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This is a very interesting film. As with most documentaries, it can be viewed in two ways. The first, is to see it for what it is. The second, is to see it as a piece of art. For the first, it works. The second, is less impressive. But it is still a very interesting documentary. It shows us a side of Hollywood that most of us don't know. It is not only the subjects that are interesting, but also the people involved. I enjoyed this movie very much, and it is a must see.

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Wayne Alvarado

The "Cinematic Event" of the year. The Coen Brothers have always had a knack for making documentaries, and this one is no exception. But what makes this one stand out is that it's a documentary that focuses on the very making of the movie itself. You can tell a lot of care was put into the making of this movie, and it shows. It's nice to see that the filmmakers have an appreciation for the art form of film making. They're very knowledgeable about the film world and a lot of the tricks they use to make their films. You can tell that they've spent a lot of time, money and effort in order to get the best results possible. This is a great documentary for people who love the Coen Brothers and love documentaries. It's an enjoyable movie and I would recommend it to anyone who loves the Coen Brothers.

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Harold P.

I don't have a clue what people were expecting when they went to see this movie. To me it was like a "true story" of how a very well known "celebrity" was caught in a cover up scandal and what happened after the truth came out. The story was told with such a high degree of detail and in such a way that made you feel like you were part of the investigation and what happened. This movie made me want to watch the movie again and look for the story to be told. If you're not the type of person that likes a lot of facts, this movie won't be for you. But if you are the type of person that likes a good movie that gives you a good background to the subject matter then this movie is for you.

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Nathan Payne

What a relief to be able to watch a documentary about The Film of the Year, Cinequest! This is a documentary that is not about Cinequest (The Cinematograph) but rather about the film industry and how it was changing. The documentary shows the many changes in the film industry in the 60's, the mid 70's, and the 90's. The makers were able to show how the film industry changed because of technology. The movie was edited well, with some great cinematography. The editing style reminded me of The Wicker Man. This is a movie that should be watched by everyone, because it is a wonderful documentary that anyone can enjoy. The makers are very well organized, and I liked how they went through the changes in the film industry, showing how different people in different countries were affected by the changes. The movie is a must see for anyone who loves to watch a good documentary.

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Ashley Jordan

It was a long time since I watched this film and I enjoyed it. It's a very interesting look at the US in the 60's. The entire production is superb and is filmed in a very cinematic manner. The interviews are very interesting and some of them are a little hard to follow but I did not notice this. I believe that some of the editing in some places is a little off but it doesn't matter. The interviews are very insightful and well done. I have seen some of the interviews of Dean Stockwell, Betty Buckley and Art Garfunkel and they all had a lot to say. I think that the real reason that this film is so good is that it is very well done and is a very good film. It's a great documentary that shows the rise of rock n roll, the early days of the Beatles and some of the other things that went on in the 60's. I give this a 9/10 because I think that it is an excellent film and it's a very good one. If you enjoy documentaries, then you should watch this film. If you don't enjoy documentaries, then you should probably watch something else. This film is definitely worth watching.

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Ashley Hughes

I was pleasantly surprised by this documentary. It's the sort of film that keeps you engaged and interested. It has a great soundtrack and a lot of great interviews. It's a little slow at times, but I'm used to that. I think the director did a great job of getting the people in the room to talk about their experiences. The people who were interviewed were very passionate about the film and the work that they do. It's a very unique film.

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I saw this documentary at the screening room at the Los Angeles Film Festival. Director Michael Moore got together with some of the greats of the early '70s, including Gene Wilder, Susan Stroman, and Jane Fonda. There's lots of great talk about the great films that came out during this era of film making. There are also some very funny sketches that Moore and his friends used to do. "Unbearable Lightness of Being" (which I think is my favorite of all of the documentaries I've seen so far) is one of my favorites. But I think the one that has to be the funniest is "The History of the World". I don't think there's really anything else to say about this film. I loved it. It's really funny. I've already seen this movie a couple of times and it's just so funny.

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Virginia C.

Cinematographer and film critic Roddy Molloy tells us what he saw during his visit to the Hollywood studios in the mid 1980s, as well as what he saw during the filming of his own documentary, "The Making of 'The Godfather'." The film is a wealth of images from the film, and we get a lot of interesting behind-the-scenes tidbits and information, as well as the behind-the-scenes stories of the actors and the crew. The film is well-paced, and Molloy does a good job at keeping us interested. We learn about the crew and their personalities, the casting, the production design, the production, and so on. There is some criticism about the film's style, and it's hard to disagree. The film has a sort of documentary feel, with interviews and images, but it also has a documentary feel to it. It's a very different style than the original Godfather, which was very much a cinematic work. The original Godfather is a work of fiction, and it's very much a work of art, a film with its own rules. The Godfather is a film, and Molloy's documentary is a film. It's a good, very entertaining film, and I recommend it. * out of *

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Carolyn Rogers

I have seen this film many times, always with a good friend, and always with the understanding that I will just get some, if I get lucky. It's a short film, and not one that you would want to watch twice, it's not even a documentary, it's more like a film about a little known project. The project is called "The Abandoned". I do not want to give too much away, but if you have not heard of it, I recommend that you watch it. This is a very interesting and detailed documentary, with interviews from the project's creators and from those that know about it. It also features short clips from a few of the films and shows clips from a few of the films' other works. It has a good soundtrack that fits perfectly with the film. The film is very well-made and I have always liked the way the filmmakers chose to use long footage to accompany the short clips. This is not to say that the film is not of some importance or does not use good special effects. It is. It's not the most popular of things to see, but it is a good documentary and I think it will be remembered for a long time. It's not a great film, but it is an interesting one and I think you will enjoy it.

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Marie C.

Here's a documentary about the making of the Twilight movies and, for me, I was very disappointed in it. I watched the Twilight movies for the first time the day after they came out, and it was the first time I'd ever seen a film with a bunch of vampires and werewolves. It had been a while since I'd seen Twilight, so I just thought it was one of those bad movies that was simply a copycat. But, I saw this documentary a few weeks later, and I thought it was very interesting. It seemed like the makers of the Twilight movies were just trying to make a good movie for themselves. They did not want to do a "bad movie". They wanted to make a good movie. They didn't want to do a Twilight film. The only thing that was weird about it was the director's commentary. It's always the director's commentary, and usually the director says, "I'm the one who made this film", and, "It was my movie". But, it sounded like they were saying, "This is my movie. This is my movie. This is my movie". I don't really care for this commentary, I find it boring. Anyway, I thought it was interesting. I thought the movie was good. I thought it was pretty good. I liked the movie, but I thought it wasn't that good. I thought it was good, but I thought it wasn't that good.

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Sean Sanchez

I first learned about the cinema and movies of Frank Capra when I saw the 1958 version of The Sound of Music on a recent trip to the theaters. I was hooked, and watched that movie over and over again. I then decided to make my own copy of The Sound of Music, and watch it over and over again, and was delighted with the outcome. This movie, I recently watched, was produced and directed by a fellow named Tom Smith, and it was a movie that was shown on PBS. It was a very wonderful movie, and it is a movie that will make you want to make your own copy of it. I recommend it highly. I will definitely buy a copy and watch it over and over again. The film is very informative, and a great tribute to Frank Capra. This is an excellent movie. In my opinion, it is one of the greatest movies ever made. And it is a movie that I would like to have seen over and over again. I give it 10 out of 10.

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Shirley Dunn

Very moving documentary about the making of the first feature film for a major American studio. The film was shot in and around Hollywood, and was made by major stars like Jack Nicholson and Ben Affleck. It's a very realistic look at how it takes to make a film, and how much control a producer or director has over their films. It's very inspiring and informative, especially for those who are involved in making films.

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Betty Greene

A great documentary on the state of cinema in the '70s, particularly in the world of independent film. This is a very hard-hitting look at the industry, showing how many films had to be cut to make it to the big screen, and also the effect it had on the film-makers themselves. It also takes on the issue of artistic freedom, and the effect that it had on the film-making process. The filmmakers of the era are shown in an unusual and candid way, with their own answers to some of the questions raised in the film. The DVD has commentary by the filmmakers and commentary by the director, who gives an interesting insight into the filmmaking process. There is also a very interesting documentary featurette, about the film 'The Matrix'.

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Michael W.

You know when you go to a movie you are going to see an all star cast of actors that have great chemistry and an even better story to tell. The cast is so well selected and so many of them had great chemistry together that you can't help but feel as if you are with them. I have seen so many movies and always come away wanting to go to the theater and see a movie again. This movie however will make you feel like you are in the theater with the cast. You will see how all of them take a chance and go for what they believe in. The music is great. The acting is superb. The story is also terrific. I highly recommend this movie to everyone. It is an instant classic.

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Christina Black

This movie is one of the most realistic documentaries I have ever seen. I have seen documentaries about hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, tornadoes themselves, and tornadoes themselves. This is a non-fiction account of a devastating tornado in March of 2005. It covers not only the impact of the storm, but the path of destruction, including the search and rescue efforts. It includes the response and the families who have to suffer the losses that the storm has caused. It covers not only the immediate aftermath of the storm, but also the impact it has had on the lives of the people who live near it. The most powerful scenes are the first and last, in which a survivor's father and mother have to make a desperate decision to go and rescue his daughter. The movie shows how much time and money people have to suffer through the storm. The devastation it has caused is the most depressing thing I have ever seen. The tornado in the movie was shown in a way that really brought the audience to the point of reality. The destruction that the tornado has caused is so extensive and the people who lived in it are so desperate that it is hard to understand how anyone could ever recover from the loss of their home and their lives. The director, Michael Essig, did an incredible job. He showed the devastation as it was in real time, and he made the storm seem so real. This movie is one of the most powerful documentaries I have ever seen. It has been a great way to look at the effects of the tornado on a family.

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Lori C.

After having seen the films in its entirety I was extremely pleased with the film and I was even more so after seeing the "leaked" version. However, I would recommend that you see the original version first. The movie is very interesting, has a strong plot, and an interesting and varied cast. However, the way that the movie was edited left a lot to be desired. In the first half of the movie, I could not tell if they were actually showing the same footage as in the trailers. If you want to see the same footage from different angles, go see the original version. The first half of the movie was very good and very interesting, and the second half was incredibly boring and boring. The director chose to go with a different ending, and I felt it was a terrible choice. The end of the movie was a complete waste of time and money. I will not spoil the ending for anyone who has not seen the movie, but it was extremely disappointing. If you want to see a good documentary on the making of "The Room", watch this film instead.

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Arthur Weaver

As I watched this documentary I realized I was watching a story that was being told as I watched it. I felt as if I was watching a story from the past. I think that this is what makes the documentary so great. It is telling a story that is as current as it is entertaining. This is a documentary that should be shown in high school classes. It should be shown in high school classes to remind everyone of the importance of history and the importance of telling a story to others. If you have the opportunity to see this documentary you should do so. This is a documentary that everyone should see.

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Jean R.

I was going to skip this one. But I read a review that said it was one of the most important documentaries I had ever seen, and I wanted to see it. I finally decided to give it a chance. It was a long time since I saw a film with such a great subject. If you like to see documentaries about the history of film, then I would recommend this one.

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Christopher A.

After reading the other comments, I'm wondering why this film is getting such a bad rating. If you are a fan of the "Saturday Night Live" skits, then you will probably find this film to be funny, and if you're not, then you'll probably find this film to be boring. It is not a documentary about SNL, and it's not meant to be. The film is about the production of "Saturday Night Live", and how a show came to be. It is a film that looks at the people that worked on the show, and how they got the show going. I enjoyed it. It was entertaining, and it was funny. I recommend it to fans of the show, and fans of the film. You won't be disappointed.

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Elizabeth Fowler

I can't believe all the bad reviews this film has received. I thought it was well worth my time. It is not what I expected and it is not what I thought it was going to be either. I was expecting to see people losing their minds in a mad rush to get the DVD and I got exactly that. In fact, I found myself laughing at times and just thinking about the film in general. I was also amazed at how well done this movie was. I'm not going to lie, the movie is not easy to watch at times. It is very disturbing and very disturbing. But this is what you get for your money. You can't expect a lot of nudity and sex scenes, but they were all there. The best part of the movie was the way it was shot. The colors, the lighting, the way the camera moves, the angles, all just fit together perfectly. I had no idea how they managed to get the footage on the film. I was amazed that they did it in such a way that it made it feel like you were actually in the room with the people you were seeing. I would have been so surprised if this movie didn't work. I was amazed at the work the production team put into this film. I was also amazed at how well they managed to get the actors to be so convincing. The entire cast was excellent and I was surprised at the performances they gave. I will be buying this movie for my collection and I will definitely recommend it to anyone who needs to be entertained. It is definitely worth the price of admission.

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Paul Hughes

Loved it. Great photography and great stories. Great film and not too often do I see a film that is based on a true story. I do not recall the last time a film was so true to life. Great job!

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Douglas Ryan

I don't know about you, but I was completely mesmerized by the production design and the cinematography. I especially loved the costumes, set design and wardrobe. It was especially impressive to see the performance of one of the cast members who has only been in a few films and then in one very small role. The film is very much a film about the music industry and the music business in general. I thought the film was beautifully produced, with outstanding cinematography, superb production design, and a superb music score. It was just a great film. The film covers the rise and fall of film and music industry and the characters are very well portrayed. I think this is a great film to watch, especially if you are into music or film.

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This documentary was presented at the Sundance Film Festival and was pretty good. I do not know how the film would have fared with an Academy Award. But this film is worth seeing. It is a very personal story of a couple who met in the 70s and went through life together, but then divorced and had a child. They are very happy and just want to enjoy life together. One of the films they chose to use is "The Marriage Refused" by Daniel Ellsberg. This is a documentary about the ACLU that fought to stop the Vietnam War. There were a lot of real life scenes that were very well done. This is an excellent documentary. It is worth seeing and should be seen by all.

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Joshua Sullivan

When it comes to the art of movie making, the results will vary from film to film. For most people, the result will be as good as the movie itself. This is not the case with the Oscar winning documentary The Life Of David Gale, which ran on the network television network Lifetime. The documentary tells the story of the life of David Gale, a notorious serial killer who murdered between five and twelve women in the late 1970's and early 1980's. The documentary's central thesis is that Gale was a sociopath who was obsessed with himself and his image. The film, which was never made into a movie, reveals some disturbing details of Gale's life, including his sexual obsessions, his complete lack of remorse for the murders he committed, and the fact that he spent the majority of his time in a mental institution. The filmmakers also reveal some shocking facts about Gale's violent sexual fantasies. The documentary is truly a strange and disturbing movie. The interviewees, which include lawyers, family members, and even his psychiatrist, reveal some disturbing facts about Gale's personality, including his obsession with himself, his lack of remorse, and his constant need for attention. The documentary is full of disturbing information about Gale's history, including a personal essay about his childhood and a radio interview where he discusses his obsession with his image. The film is not for the faint of heart, and it is highly disturbing. The fact that this was never made into a movie is also disturbing. Overall, the documentary is disturbing and disturbing. The interviewees tell the story of Gale's life with some disturbing facts, and the documentary does a good job at telling the story of the serial killer. The documentary is a dark and disturbing movie, and it is highly disturbing.

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Phillip Myers

The film has a good story, but it's all in the editing. The acting was good, but all in the editing. The pacing of the film was great. Overall, the editing is one of the best things about this film. I recommend this film to anyone looking for a good movie to watch on a Sunday night. This is definitely a film that I will be purchasing on DVD, and buying for myself to watch over and over.

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Jean G.

I was a fan of John Waters from the start, and I was really looking forward to this film. Well, it was a disappointing waste of time. The film had a great cast of actors, but it just seemed to be a farce all the way through. It was really funny when he talks about God, but I found it completely lacking in real comedy. At one point he says, "I have to make an admission to you: I have a problem. I am a Christian, and I think God is just a man." What is that all about? I know that most of us are Christians, but this is just a cartoon. I think he should have stuck to the actual script and made a documentary. That would have been more interesting and realistic.

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I saw this movie in the theater in the early 1990s. The reason I bought the DVD was that it had excellent VHS picture and sound quality. I got it for my VCR, as I had it on VHS at the time and it was on my VCR's deck. I recorded it off my VCR. It was an awesome movie. I had my VCR for 6 years. This movie is not for the faint of heart or for the sensitive. I do not believe this movie was ever shown on the VHS format. I think they decided to kill the movie off, and I am sorry for them. The VHS looks like a low budget film, and the sound quality is horrible. This movie has a lot of good scenes, but the movie itself is boring. I do not recommend this movie to anyone, but if you have a VHS player and would like to watch this movie, you could, but you will lose the high quality VHS picture and sound quality. That is a shame. This movie is a good movie to see in the theater, but I do not recommend it for VHS format.

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As a huge fan of the 70's horror movies, and of the cults of the era, I was quite interested in seeing this documentary. As someone who's never seen the TV series, I was disappointed with the cast list. Some were given interviews but none of them had anything to say about their favorite moments. It's as if they're really only interested in the movie stars. But as a fan of the genre, I was very excited to hear about the evolution of the genre. I was shocked at how long it took to get to the point. It didn't happen in a straight line, but instead it was a gradual progression. It's a nice movie for fans, but for people who have not seen the TV series, it might be a little bit disappointing.

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Sandra Gray

I'm giving this an extra star because it was totally free. A week before my birthday, my husband and I went to see it and we really enjoyed it. I have to admit, I do enjoy documentaries that are both entertaining and informative, and this film certainly fulfills both of those objectives. The acting is all very good, and the story is very well told, although there are a few small points of confusion, like why didn't they just shoot the guy right in front of the door? I'll let that one slide. The movie is definitely worth seeing, and I think anyone who has any knowledge of the early life of a band should see it. The sad part about this documentary is that I can't help but think that more and more bands are being made by amateurs instead of professionals. I don't mean that in a bad way, because I really like the people who make music, but it's sad to see bands not having the resources and time to get all the people who are going to come and watch the movie and see the pictures, and then having to make the band. It's just sad.

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Shirley W.

All this is an eye opener to anyone with a pulse. I am a guy and i'm still living with my mom, my dad is a very sick alcoholic, and my mom, the step mother to the mentally handicapped, has never really been around her mom, and she is getting her life together, and trying to get a job. As a side note to this film, it really would have helped if the movie was released at a more reasonable time, i saw the movie in the theater in 2007, and i thought it was really good, but i was sort of shocked at the end of the movie, that it actually ended, but i really wanted to see the movie for some reason. At the end of the day, you have to see the movie. It is a pretty good documentary about this type of community. It shows how far they've come, and the struggle that they've gone through. I think that it would have been a great film if it would have been released at a time that it would have made more sense. I don't think that it is completely fair to compare this to the video games, because it is not the same, but it is still a good film. It shows you the tough life that these mentally handicapped people have, and how hard it is to live on their own, and just trying to survive.

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I saw this documentary twice at the Toronto Film Festival in 2003, and I still think it's one of the best documentaries I've seen. Even though it's an hour and a half long, it really covers a lot of ground, and is not one of those films that you have to watch again to get the most out of it. If you have the time and want to see a good documentary about the music industry, this is it.

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Donna R.

If I had to sum up The Video Nasty's entire film career in one word, that word would be "awesome". It's the kind of film that you'll either love or hate. I loved it. It's a little too over the top for some people's tastes. If you're a huge fan of the band, you'll definitely love it. If you're not a fan, it's still a great film to watch. It's definitely worth the $7.50 it costs at the video store, and it's certainly worth the money you'll pay to see it on the big screen. Watch it with an open mind, and you won't be disappointed.

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Christina M.

This documentary was made for the good of the industry, to show the ups and downs of making movies. It was a much better documentary than the two I saw the night before, both of which were very similar in tone and purpose. I think this film is about the evolution of the movie-going public, and how the new generation has been brought up to be interested in the films they see. A huge part of the growth of this generation has been to look beyond what the movie industry is, and they have discovered the ease of discovery that is now available through the internet. I would like to see the movie to see what is being produced, and I hope to see more of this type of documentary in the future. I think this movie is a good look at how the movie industry has evolved over time. This was a very entertaining and informative documentary, and I am looking forward to seeing more of this type of movie.

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Helen Nelson

I enjoyed this documentary. It was well done and informative. It was a good overview of the history of the movie industry and it was interesting to see how the industry evolved. There were some interesting interviews with film industry veterans. I was especially interested in hearing what some of the women in the industry had to say about their experiences. I would recommend this film to anyone interested in the history of the movie industry.

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This documentary is pretty good. In my opinion, it's one of the best documentaries about the rise of independent film-making. It contains some great interviews with some of the biggest names in independent film. It's also an excellent compilation of many interviews with people who worked in film-making. If you're looking for a good documentary that has a lot of interviews with famous people, then this is the documentary for you. The director is, of course, Robert Wise. The documentary shows the rise of independent film-making, and also how it changed the film industry. It's a good overview of the film industry and how the current state of independent film-making is. It's definitely not a documentary that everyone will like, but it's definitely one of the best documentaries I've ever seen about the film industry. I'm definitely going to watch it again. This documentary is worth watching.

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Crystal M.

When I first heard about the film, I was expecting it to be some kind of documentary about a forgotten era in film. What I got was an hour and a half of surreal, eye-popping footage of the BFI. The film is a bit of a documentary and is well shot, but the editing is more muddled than a one-legged man. For example, the shots that are supposed to be long-shots, are actually long, seemingly all at once. I was also disappointed that the narration was done by a man who talks a lot. I think it would have been more effective to have the voice-over by someone who knew the subject. I would also have liked to see more detail about how the archive footage was acquired and what was shown to the public. I was also disappointed that the title of the film was "The Midnight Circus" which doesn't really do it justice. As a documentary, I thought it was well done and I'm not sure if the film would have worked as well if it had been titled something else. I also thought the title was confusing. I would have preferred to see the film titled "The Midnight Circus: The Birth of the Film Noir" but I guess we can't have everything. But the film is very good and I recommend it.

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This documentary takes a look at the history of Hollywood and how it has been affected by the influence of Hollywood itself. The film begins with a brief introduction of the film industry as a whole and then moves on to the most influential directors and actors in the industry and how they have changed the industry. The interviews are quite interesting and this film is not so much about the director and actors as it is about the industry as a whole. The producers are the ones responsible for the downfall of the studios and many directors have commented on how the producers have ruined the industry. This film is quite interesting and interesting to see some of the real life stories of how the studios had turned into something that has been largely forgotten. The movie is quite depressing to watch but the interview with Roger Ebert really gives you a different perspective of Hollywood. The film really does try to explain the industry in a factual way but unfortunately it does a bad job. The producers seem to want to show off about how much they have changed the industry but the reality is that the industry was completely different and they have changed nothing. The problem is that the industry was built on the backs of many great directors and actors who have not been remembered as much. The film really is a good one but it's not a documentary that has the greatest reach.

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Michael Moore's documentary is about his attempt to get a serial killer in prison. He tried to get John Phillips (Steve Buscemi) to confess his crimes in a film. Phillips is a serial killer and he confessed in a documentary. When he was released from prison he went on the news and said he was never involved with this film. So Michael Moore tries to get Phillips to talk about the film. This documentary is very interesting and I think it's very hard to understand. It's like a mystery. When you see the film you have no idea what is going on. It's really hard to understand. I give it a 7 out of 10. I think it's good.

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Heather P.

If you are a fan of Roger Corman, you will love this film. Roger Corman is famous for making horror movies, so we can expect this to be a lot like his earlier films. However, this movie is much more about the history of the studio and Roger Corman and their role in it. I was pleasantly surprised to see so many good interviews with people who worked at the studio. I particularly liked interviews with Peter Cushing, the director of The Big Red One and a very interesting conversation between him and Roger Corman. One thing I did not understand was the length of the movie, I thought it was a bit too long. However, I also did not know who the people who worked for Roger Corman were, so I was hoping the movie would answer some questions I had about them. In the end, I was very happy with the way this film ended, it was very enjoyable and worth watching. 7/10.

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Dennis J.

A documentary about the way Hollywood deals with the British working class is an intriguing idea. Unfortunately, the documentary itself is almost a disaster. The documentary is delivered with a lot of promise, but sadly it's too derivative and too lightweight. The documentary is divided into three main sections, "Cinema" and "Film" and "Social" and "Performance". The first half of the documentary is actually the best part, because it features an interview with several famous British actors and actresses. I really enjoyed this part of the film, as it clearly shows the high level of respect the British actors have for the British working class. The second half of the documentary is simply dull, because it doesn't have anything to say about the working class, and it doesn't have any interviews with the director. The third section of the documentary is really the worst part. It is the one that seems to be the main focus of the documentary and it is the most offensive. The filmmaker interviews people who claim to be an actor, director or cinematographer and they describe their favourite movies. Unfortunately, it seems that these people don't really know how to be objective and do not know how to present the movie in the best way. They only have two features on their CV: "I am the director" and "I am the director's friend". The interviewees seem to know nothing about the film industry, they are just pretentious people who just want to talk about their favourite movies and their favourite directors. They do not really know anything about what they are talking about and they don't seem to care about anything that they say. The second thing that is totally offensive is the way the director is interviewed. He is interviewed by a non-actor and an amateur actor, and the amateur actor clearly doesn't know anything about the film industry, he is just a silly guy who doesn't know what he is talking about. This is just really bad and it's hard to believe that anyone would actually listen to this kind of interview. The film is actually quite good and I would recommend watching it if you get the chance, but it is not worth your time.

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I really enjoyed the film, however, I felt that there was a bit of overacting and melodrama to the film. They should have focused more on the real life events that took place, instead of trying to paint the entire movie as a picture of the war in Vietnam. They should have focused more on the changing relationship between the two main characters. The film was not shot with a POV camera. It was shot through a smart phone and it was interesting to see how the camera tracked their relationship and the other Vietnamese people around them. They were really good at not showing any of the violence and killing and all of the blood. They would have been better to show the actual scenes and show what happened. The film was very slow at times and some scenes were quite confusing. However, I did enjoy the film and I recommend watching it.

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Lori K.

An essential documentary on the making of classic 70's and 80's horror movies. The film is very informative, and offers enough back story to make it very interesting. While the acting of the two actors playing the lead roles is excellent, the other actors are not as strong. The director uses only a handful of sound bites to set the tone of the movie, and his use of the film stock used in the 70's is excellent. The film has very few plot holes, and the cast members play their roles very well. It was also interesting to see how the filmmakers used classic horror movie music in their movie. It makes a great soundtrack to any horror movie. I definitely recommend this film for anyone who is a fan of classic horror movies.

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Cynthia Owens

I think it's pretty cool that people are going to see this movie for different reasons. Some people like to see a different point of view, some people are just curious and want to know more about the subject. Personally, I enjoyed it a lot. I think it's a good movie to watch, and I would recommend it to anyone who likes movies about underground culture. It's pretty interesting to see how the underground scene came to be, and how it changed over time. The movie is pretty interesting to watch, and it's also interesting to hear the stories of the people who made it. I think it's a good movie to watch if you want to know more about the underground scene, or if you're curious about it. I think it's a pretty good movie to watch if you're interested in the underground scene.

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Pamela Owens

It is never easy to start a new project and without any time to prepare, a film like this may prove to be a disaster. That's the case with the remake of the film, where the director and writer of the original Michael Hoffman chose to rewrite the movie in order to appeal to the younger generation. That's why the story of "A Streetcar Named Desire" is not exactly the same as the original film. The plot is also not exactly the same, the characters are not exactly the same, and so on. The main reason why I enjoyed watching this movie was because it was a great opportunity to see Michael Hoffman and his amazing story telling skills. I did not like the film, but the good thing is that it is not about the story itself. It is about the storytelling and the directing. That is the reason why I still think it is an interesting movie. The film is great, but the problem is that it is not the same.

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The documentary 'Fashion: What The F.C.C. Did Wrong' is a fantastic and hilarious look at the world of fashion. It's an entertaining look at the world of fashion and the stories of some of the most famous people involved. I've always loved the 'story of the dress', because it is such an incredible and important part of the fashion industry, and the film brings us back to that time and shows us what happened before the fashion world got its start. It's a bit dry, but the characters are all fascinating. We get to see the same people from all the time that they have been, so we get to know them as individuals and what makes them who they are. You get to see how the fashion industry is a huge influence in everything from politics to society. It gives a look on the things that make the fashion world what it is and the things that make it different from other industries. This is a very interesting documentary and it's a must see for all those who love fashion. I would definitely recommend this documentary to anyone who loves fashion and loves documentaries.

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Theresa R.

A reviewer here described the movie as 'more than just a boring look at a decade of glamourous history', and I'm not sure about that, but there are many films about the period that are far more entertaining. I'd say this film is more about the glamour of the period than the actual history, and so it's not the best film about the period. It's not quite the worst film, but it's not the best either. There are some great bits of this film that have become a bit dated, the key one being the 'green light' scene. I remember this being shown at the time, and the images of the green light scene are still hilarious today. It is one of the many great bits of the film, but for the most part, it's not very good. The rest of the film is very short and is very little in the way of information. It's also quite slow at times, and the film is not at all enjoyable. It's worth watching for the cinematography and the music, but if you're looking for a film about the period, you might be better off looking elsewhere.

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This documentary on the life of the legendary actor and director John Huston is a fascinating look at a man who is often underrated in history. It is a bit like a "Who's Who" of Hollywood, and it is full of fascinating facts, interviews, and fascinating anecdotes. The movie is well worth seeing. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in John Huston, or film, or history.

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Donald F.

This is the first documentary I have ever seen that focuses on the cult of Scientology, and I'm glad I watched it. I was not expecting anything as I didn't want to know anything about it, but I was surprised by the depth and breadth of the film. It's a must-see for anyone interested in Scientology, or anyone who wants to learn more about it. The film is very informative and well-made, and it is very entertaining to watch. The interviews are mostly with people who are ex-Scientologists, and they are very insightful and interesting. The film is also very well-made, and the photography is very good. The film is a great introduction to Scientology, and I recommend it to anyone interested in it.

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When I saw this movie, I was like, "Wow, that was a pretty good movie." I mean, I was expecting the movie to be very entertaining and fun, but it wasn't. I didn't think it was that entertaining, I thought it was pretty boring. It was like, "Hey, look, we have a movie where we have the same old thing going on over and over again, but it's still entertaining." I think it was the same thing over and over again. The thing that made me like the movie was the characters. The main character was really cool, the other characters were really cool, and they had great chemistry with each other. I think it was a really good movie. It was a fun movie, but it wasn't that entertaining.

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Ethan P.

This is a documentary on the production of the film, "A Sound of Thunder". It tells the story of how the film was made, and how it changed the world. It also shows how the actors and crew made the film and the magic behind it. The cast includes: Clint Eastwood, Kevin Costner, Clint Howard, Billy Bob Thornton, Sam Elliot, Bill Paxton, Peter Boyle, David Morse, David Strathairn, and Stanley Tucci. The story of the film is about how the film was made, and how it changed the world. It also tells how the cast and crew made the film and the magic behind it. The cast includes: Clint Eastwood, Kevin Costner, Clint Howard, Clint Howard, Billy Bob Thornton, Sam Elliot, Bill Paxton, Peter Boyle, David Strathairn, and Stanley Tucci.

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I watched this documentary on the PBS network last night. I thought it was a very good documentary. It was interesting to see the historical context of the film and how the filmmakers made the documentary. The documentaries that were made about the subjects of the movie were also very interesting to see. It was interesting to see how the filmmakers had to make the documentary. The documentary was very informative and I would recommend it to anyone who has an interest in the subject of the movie. I would recommend this movie to anyone who has an interest in the subject of the movie. I would also recommend this movie to anyone who wants to see how a documentary is made.

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I was a fan of the original 70's film "The Muppet Movie", and I've seen "The Muppet Movie: A Celebration" several times. It's a great tribute to the Muppet Show, and it's great to see a documentary about the making of the film. I was surprised that it was only 85 minutes long, and that it was edited so well. The documentary was shot with the same handheld camera style that was used for the film. The only downside is that it's hard to tell where the movie ends and the Muppet Show begins. The Muppet Show never ended, and it never would have been possible to film the entire show. It's hard to tell where the movie ends and the show begins, and that's what makes it so great. If you have any interest in the Muppet Show, this documentary is a must-see. It's not a documentary for the faint of heart, but it's a must-see for fans of the Muppet Show.

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I'm a huge fan of Roger Ebert, and I was very excited to see this documentary. It was definitely worth the price of admission. There are some great interviews with the cast and crew, and some great behind-the-scenes footage. It's also a great look at the art of making a film. I especially liked the interviews with director Peter Hyams, who talks about the challenges of making a film in the 1970s. I also enjoyed the story of the making of the film, and the process of making a film. I think this is a great documentary, and it's a must-see for anyone who loves Roger Ebert.

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Gloria Lane

This documentary was a great read for anyone who's ever had a dream or dreamer. It's a great look into the lives of people who are still trying to live their lives. I've been a fan of Jeff Koons since the first time I saw his work, and this documentary was a great read for anyone who wants to know more about his work. The documentary is great because it shows us the work and the process of making his work. It's very clear that he loves his work and he does it for the love of it. He has an incredible sense of humor and his work is very entertaining. It's great to see that he doesn't have to worry about what people think about his work. It's a great read and it's a great documentary.

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Joyce W.

I have just watched this film for the first time, and I must say that I am pleasantly surprised. It is an insightful and well-written documentary that goes into the lives of the people who made the movies, and how they lived. It does not go into the technical aspects of making movies, but rather the people involved. I was very surprised that this was not a 'found footage' type film, and it is more of a documentary than a documentary. It does a great job of showing the lives of the people who made the films, and how they lived. I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good documentary.