DOSED is a movie starring Adrianne, Tyler Chandler, and Nicholas Meyers. After years of prescription medications failed her a suicidal woman, Adrianne, turns to underground healers to try and overcome her depression, anxiety, and...

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Tyler Chandler
Nicholas Meyers, Tyler Chandler, Jessie Deeter
Tyler Chandler, Adrianne, Rick Doblin, Nicholas Meyers
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After years of prescription medications failed her a suicidal woman, Adrianne, turns to underground healers to try and overcome her depression, anxiety, and opioid addiction with illegal psychedelic medicine like magic mushrooms and iboga.

Comments about documentary «DOSED» (67)

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If you are interested in knowing the reality of human trafficking, and how it affects a society, you will not be disappointed with this documentary. This film is based on the life of a woman who lost her daughter to human trafficking, and is now trying to fight against it. Although this film is based on a true story, it does not have a lot of depth. The majority of the film focuses on the mother, who is constantly trying to get the money she needs to support her daughter. Her daughter is now a free-spirit, and is not interested in having any contact with her mother anymore. Her mother is now taking care of her daughter, but the daughter is still not interested in her mother, and is not interested in her mother. However, the mother still tries to help her daughter by working as a prostitute. However, the daughter is still very curious about her mother. She still follows her around, and she still wants to know about her mother. Although this film focuses on the mother, it does not have much depth, and the film is rather one-sided. The mother is very nice, and the daughter is very nice, but the mother is not the main focus of the film. There are some scenes in the film that do not focus on the mother, and do not give her a lot of screen time. The mother is not the focus of the film, but it does not matter. The mother is a very interesting character, and the film is a good example of how not to make a documentary about human trafficking.

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Judy Armstrong

I have been a fan of Errol Morris for over 40 years, so I'm not surprised that this documentary was so good. I was not expecting a documentary, but rather a discussion of the theme of the film, which is, "What can we learn from the 20th century?". This is not a piece of history that can be put into a textbook, so instead of a lecture, the film was made to be a discussion. In this way, the film presents a variety of different perspectives from different people, which is a must for anyone interested in this subject. The film also gives some very useful background information about the causes of the current global economic crisis, and also presents some relevant facts that help to explain why the crisis is happening, including the increase in unemployment, and the increase in debt. The film is also informative, but the most important aspect is the information provided by the actors themselves. I know that a lot of people will not like the way the actors speak, but for the most part, it is very informative. If you want to learn about the causes of the current economic crisis, this film is a good place to start. It is not a documentary that can be used to explain everything, but rather an interesting discussion that can be enjoyed by anyone interested in the subject.

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I don't know why some people think that this movie is boring. It's not. It's a really good documentary. I liked the way that the director tried to show the two sides of the argument and the reasons why people think that the other side is the best. It was a very interesting way of showing the differences in opinion. I like the fact that the director didn't put any political or religious message in the movie, which is a good thing. It's just showing that there are different opinions about the same topic. The reason why the movie was good was because it showed how people who were against abortion can become pro-life, and vice versa. I would recommend it to people who are interested in abortion, or who are anti-abortion, or who are pro-life. It's a good documentary about the abortion issue, and it is very interesting.

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I was shocked by the number of negative reviews. In fact, I'd say the majority of the people who've given this movie bad reviews were reviewers for the movie itself. I was really disappointed by the low rating on IMDb. I'm a huge movie buff and I'd say that this movie is really the best movie I've seen this year. I've seen a lot of movies and I'm a big fan of movies that have a great story line and a great message. This movie does that and more. The main reason I watched this movie was because of the movie trailer. I thought it was really cool and I wanted to watch it. I'm a little bit of a 'fans' of movies like 'Hugo' and 'The Prestige'. I thought the trailer made it look like it would be awesome. I think that this movie is one of the best movies that I've seen this year. The movie trailer really told me that this movie is going to be good. I'm really glad that I saw this movie and I hope that this movie gets a better rating than it has currently. I really hope that more people like it and give it a higher rating. I was really impressed by this movie and I'm really glad that I went and saw it. I was very surprised at the amount of positive reviews I saw on this movie. I think that the movie is really worth the watch. I think that this movie is really going to blow people away. I'm really looking forward to seeing it again because I really loved it.

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Brittany W.

My wife and I watched this film without any expectations or pre-conceptions and it definitely surprised us. The story behind the story is compelling, and the documentary style footage really captures the spirit of the place. The final 10 minutes were quite surreal. It is a time capsule of sorts. Unfortunately, I'm not a great fan of Rodeo Drive, and I don't really care for the movie itself. But this movie really captures the spirit of the town and the people. The pictures on the credits and on the DVD cover made me feel like I was part of this place. Definitely recommended.

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In the end, the most powerful evidence that this film is not 'honest' and not a story about the horrors of prison is the title, "Like Hell." Its title is, "One Word in a Movie," but the second word, "Hell," is really the best. And what does it mean? Well, the most powerful proof that "Like Hell" is not the story of a prison is that no one at the end of the movie says, "Oh, yeah. I saw that in the movie." But, you know, the script and the editing are not really there. I can watch this movie for an hour and a half and still not get all the meanings. It's like I'm not paying attention to it. I like this movie. I think I like it a lot. It has great acting and I like it, and it's definitely not "honest." I'd like to see a real documentary on prison. But, as far as this movie goes, "Like Hell" is one of the most powerful examples of how to make a documentary.

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This documentary on the Roaring Twenties by the people who made it was the most enjoyable film I have seen in a long time. If I were to compare it to anything else I would say it is a 7.5 on the IMDb scale. It is in the same league as "The Graduate," "Two Girls and a Guy," and "The Hangover." It really has the feel of the original film about a bunch of actors, writers and directors from a bunch of different genres coming together to talk about what it was like to be in the Roaring Twenties, and to make the movie. It is filled with interviews with everyone involved, the older actors who were in their twenties during the decade, and the younger actors who were in their early twenties. It has so many great tidbits that you will never guess how much time went into making this. Some of the interviews are funny, some are sad, some are dramatic. It is a fascinating look into the madness that was the Roaring Twenties. I will say this film is also a must see for the female viewers. This is a very insightful look into women in the period of the 20s. There is a great quote on a woman who was married to a politician who had just been impeached for his role in the scandal that brought down his party and took the House of Representatives down with him. The wife of the House Speaker was on trial for seducing him. "I just don't understand why women would be on trial." He goes on to say that he did not expect this to happen to her, but that he did not like the fact that this was happening. He says that he just wished he could have lived in that era and have had a woman as his wife. The film is a must see. I gave it an 8/10.

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The first hour is full of great informative clips that helps the viewer understand what's going on in the world. The second hour is all about the human rights abuses of Pakistan. The third hour covers the situation in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia and the Northern Ireland situation. As a result, it gets very confusing. If you have a lot of time and you want to see what's going on in the world, then you should definitely watch this movie. However, if you have a short attention span and you don't want to be asked a lot of questions, then you should probably skip it. I rate this film 7/10.

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Dorothy F.

This documentary on the story of the Lees of the world is really amazing. It was very well done and it was a good documentary on the story. I really liked the way the director used the footage and the different angles he took. It was great to see the different locations in the film and the different perspectives of the different people. It was a very nice documentary that will make you think. I really recommend it to people who like documentaries about the Lees of the world.

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Richard M.

I've read a lot of the negative reviews about this documentary, but I'm not going to go into that. I think people have been too harsh on it. It's a pretty good look at how society is reacting to a murder. The documentary tries to be as objective as possible. It shows the footage from the autopsy and various other scenes to make sure we know who the killer is. We get to see the photos of the body, but it's mostly in black and white. That helps us see the crime in a different light. I felt that the film did a good job of not sensationalizing it. Most documentaries show the crime, and then show the crime, then show the crime again. This documentary does that at the beginning and the end. I thought the film was pretty accurate in showing how the police handled the case. I'm not going to give the whole story, but it was interesting how the police didn't make any big news about it. I think that's a good thing. The movie does a good job of showing how the media reacted to the case. It was really interesting to see how the media and the police reacted to it. It showed us what the media was saying about the murder. I think it's an important look at how we view murder. I recommend this movie to people who want to see a look at what happened to an ordinary murder case. It's not a good documentary, but it's not a bad one either.

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James Daniels

This film is not for everyone. It is an interesting look at the various layers of the conflict in Northern Ireland. It is very well made and shows the experience of both sides of the conflict. This is an excellent film and is not for the faint of heart. I would recommend this film to anyone who has an interest in the Troubles and/or Irish politics. If you are just interested in the topic of the conflict, this film is not for you.

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Sandra D.

This documentary takes a look at the failure of a long-established medical institution and how it led to the closure of the facility. The film focuses on the plight of the patients who were unable to receive proper care for the complications of diabetes and heart disease. It also takes a look at the hospital's downfall and the attempt to save it. The patients were treated like animals, the food was bad, the hospital was run by a ruthless dictator, and the care was not to the best of standards. But the staff was not to blame. The staff was incompetent and showed a complete lack of concern for the patients' health. The director of the hospital, Dr. Mark Kastel, had failed to properly educate his staff and was not able to find a way to save the facility. The film also shows the tragic consequences of the facility's closure and how it affected the families of the patients. The patients who were denied proper care due to the lack of a proper supply of food and medicine were forced to endure their treatment in the hospital, which they were not able to pay for. Dr. Kastel was eventually convicted of several charges of sexual misconduct and was sentenced to three years in prison. The hospital closed down and was demolished. It is still in the process of being demolished.

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Doris W.

This film is a great example of the type of "documentary" that needs to be made. It is very well done. The filmmakers went to great lengths to ensure that the audience understands what is being said. There is no gratuitous violence, no profanity, and no child pornography. This film is an excellent example of how people can be brought together to make a difference. We learn about the life of a mother and her family during the Holocaust. The Holocaust was one of the most horrific events in human history. However, because of the "fear" of the Germans, the lives of the Jews were never taken into account. People were put in camps, and then they were shot. The film is a must see, especially for Holocaust survivors. There is no doubt that this film will be viewed and appreciated by many.

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I saw this movie at the Siggraph Film Festival in Los Angeles, CA. I'm not a big John Lithgow fan, but I really enjoyed this movie. The actors in the film were all pretty good, and the director was very good as well. I liked the way it played with the notion that he had created his own version of The Shining, with his own ideas and commentary. There was one shot where the director showed the audience a sequence that they had not seen before, and it was great to see the audience react to it. The movie also had some things in it that I really enjoyed. I thought that the hotel sequence was very effective and interesting, as were the elements of the hotel itself. I also thought that the way that the film ended was good. It ended with the feeling of "It's a shame.I'm glad I was there for the end". I really liked the way the film ended, and the way it ended had something for me that I had not seen before. The movie is very short, and it was good for me because I had nothing else to do that day. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes thrillers or has an interest in the cinema. It was an interesting movie, and it is definitely worth seeing.

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Marie K.

Most of the students in my day school were normal. They didn't drink, they weren't doing drugs or even much of anything. But one of the guys in my day school drank a lot. He had a lot of fun and made lots of friends in school. And we all saw him as the leader of the school. I think that the name of the movie should have been "DRUGDOGS". You know, a guy who has to work hard to do drugs and gets a lot of fun. You know, it's not the perfect movie but it's a good movie to show to your friends and to show to your parents. Also, it's nice to see a guy like this. I like this guy and it's sad to see him doing drugs. It's a good movie to watch.

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I've seen this movie before in a video store, but I never got around to seeing it again. I was never really a fan of Paul Klee, but I did like his previous work, so I decided to give this one a chance. I'm not a big fan of the documentary genre, but I found this movie to be quite entertaining. The fact that this film is shot in the same style as a documentary really works well. The cinematography is great, and I really like the way the director captures the different environments. It also looks great. The story is quite interesting and is really well-done. I also liked the way the director tells his story. There are also a lot of great shots of Chicago, and the camera works well in that area. I also thought the director did a good job with the music. The music is also very good. The only thing that I didn't like about this film was the way that the director made his film. I think that the director should have shown a little bit more of the work that went into making this film. Overall, I think this is a very good documentary. It is a lot of fun and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the subject.

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Phillip Young

An excellent look at the views of the scene from above, a highly experimental and lively look into the studio. I think it deserves more attention.

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Gregory Sandoval

The documentary shows that Canada has some of the worst problems in the world, like school shootings and gang violence. The first half is a very good documentary. But then the second half seems to be more of a documentary about U.S. history. The documentary makes it very difficult to keep the interest. It is not an expert's opinion on the topic, but the film makers are making it that way. The last half of the documentary is a little bit more interesting and brings a few people to the knowledge of the realities of Canadian children. One of them is a teacher named Grant. He is in his 60's and speaks in a very strong way. He has lived in Canada and knows Canadian society. He feels very uncomfortable in the documentary and he wants to get rid of it. He is very knowledgeable and has a very strong opinion. He does not agree with the documentary and even doesn't like some of the facts. The documentary is also very controversial because it was not approved by the Canadian government. The film makers are very well known for their documentaries and it is clear that they are not happy with the Canadian government. When I saw the documentary, I was disappointed. But I think the documentary has a great potential and it can be very effective in creating awareness about some very important issues. Unfortunately, the film makers didn't have the money to complete the documentary. Therefore, they left out some important facts and not properly documented. I believe that the documentary could be a good tool for education.

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Brian R.

A lot of people thought this documentary was worthless, but it's a good film for the right audience. It's very entertaining, and it's not very scientific, but it's very interesting and insightful. It's very well done. The narration is very well done, and it's informative. I think this film could have been a little more informative, but I still think it's a good documentary. It's very entertaining and informative. If you liked this film, you'll definitely like "The Virus" and "The Invisible War".

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Stephanie C.

Well, I've been waiting for this one for a long time. And this film delivers. It's about how a Hollywood director, by accident, makes a movie about a couple of famous people who have been involved in a tragic accident. In a few days, the couple are dead. So, the director, and the couple, try to find out who is responsible for the accident. The director doesn't know anything about the accident, and the couple doesn't know anything about the accident. So, it's really a story about how the director tries to find the truth. This is a really good film, and I'm really glad that it's finally out. I recommend it to everybody. It's really good.

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I saw this documentary at a lecture last week. And it was simply amazing. I had only ever heard of Global Warming being a major threat to the planet, but what they had to say about this issue was very enlightening. And the message was extremely realistic. It seems that the people who are making the decision for humans to consume more and more of our resources are either asleep or dead. This documentary explains that the people who are doing this are asleep, because the data shows that we are going to be doing this for the next 1000 years, or maybe longer, because the world's resources will have to be used to feed the entire world. And the reality is that no matter what the government or the corporations do, the cost of living will continue to rise until it will not be affordable to the average person, no matter what their lifestyle is. If there is a possible solution to this, I believe that it's the taking of more of our own energy, which I believe is the only solution to this problem. The UN has spent 20-30 billion dollars on a global warming conference in Paris in order to make some money, and they are completely and completely out of touch with reality. I recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to see what is really going on in the world. And if you want to understand a little bit more about how the issue is being handled, I suggest you to read the book, "Beneath the Surface" by E.F. Schumacher. I think that this book explains the reality quite well.

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Aaron May

In the mid-80's, Alex Blumberg and Janet Shaw were star studded sitcoms. Then Janet walked off the set and never returned. What's the point in her leaving the show? It's so sad, because Alex was such a talented actor. The rest of the cast is mostly unknown. In 1990, the guys got together to make a movie. The screenplay was by the brothers, Bruce and Billy Crystal, and was based on the book "Crazy: A True Story" by Ronald Lacey. How can you not like this movie? This is the story of a couple that got into all kinds of trouble, but got back on their feet. Their run of life and their lives are immortalized. The movie is a true story, and the real lives of the actors are being recreated. It's great to see something like this that puts reality in perspective. You also learn a lot about the people that make up the sitcom world.

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Donna P.

In some ways, this documentary is a classic. It is beautifully filmed, with amazing interviews with some of the world's most famous philosophers. The film takes the viewer into the depths of the mind of a man who has lived for over thirty years in a wheelchair, and the adventures that he has been able to have, both as a result of his condition, and as a result of the society in which he has lived his life. This documentary should be viewed by everyone, as it will show the humanity in all of us, and will make you think about your own life. I strongly recommend this film, and if you do not have it, I hope that you will find it soon, as it will not be long.

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A fascinating documentary about the life and times of a musician, Muddy Waters. It is an interesting look at the life of a legendary rock and roll band, and a fascinating look at the music. It does not really touch on the politics, which is something I think would have been a better focus. It's a good film, but a bit slow in some parts. It is also a bit too long. It could have been shorter. The performances are great, and the documentary is very well done. The only problem is that the documentary is not quite as good as the performances are. This is not a bad film, but it could have been a lot better. 7/10

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A group of people in Thailand took the job of writing the script of "DO NOT DISTURB" and they made it the most controversial movie ever made. In my opinion, the movie was so bad that it was pretty good. The movie is based on a real incident. The movie is about how a Thai man was accused of murdering his wife and daughter because he was living in Thailand illegally. He was sentenced to death and has not been executed yet. However, he is still alive and he is still being held on death row. The movie is about his life and how he was trying to get out of prison. When the movie started, the atmosphere was very tense and it felt very realistic. The story was very interesting and kept you on the edge of your seat. It also showed the emotions of the Thai people who were involved in the case. The movie was very powerful and very interesting. I think it should be watched by everyone. If you have not watched the movie yet, I suggest you do so immediately. I do not want to spoil the movie for you, but I can say that the movie was very shocking and it was very real. I highly recommend this movie to everyone. It is very powerful and very interesting. It will make you think about the situation you are in. I give this movie an A+ for a reason. This is the best movie of all time and I am going to buy it for my mom and I will be watching it every day.

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This movie makes it clear that many white people don't have a clue about race relations. I was shocked to hear that many white people in the US don't understand that the issue of racism is a lot more complex than just the ones that go out and beat up people in the street. This movie really makes you understand that racism isn't just a problem for black people, it is a problem for all people. I highly recommend this movie to everyone.

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Grace F.

I am a member of the USGS and I was privileged to see the film in 3D. I was surprised to see how close the film was to the actual historic data. The film was accurate and accurate enough to allow a one man show to tell the story of the numbers of earthquakes and the events that caused them. I thought that the audio was also very good. The director/writer of the film was very accurate in telling the story of how and why the world was created. The film was also very accurate in describing the results of the "big bang" theory. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the history of the world.

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Jack A.

The first half of this documentary was very interesting. The second half is very slow and does not make up for it. We see clips of the interviewees. Some are very good. Some are not very good. I am not a big fan of Tim Robbins. I am a big fan of some of the other interviewees. The worst interviewees were the ones who were just too long. They seemed to be doing everything they could to keep the movie running. This is the only thing that kept me from giving it a negative score. Tim Robbins was not good. He was very good. I would like to know what he said in the second half of the movie. I would like to know what he is thinking. I think the first half was interesting. I do not think the second half was very interesting.

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Henry G.

These were the words I heard when I first saw the film. No one will ever mistake this film for The Life of Pi or even Titanic. But for me it was worth seeing. The film shows just how much effort and time is put into making the special effects look realistic and that is why the movie is such a great success. The idea that makes up the entire film is a few scientists working with a simple setup and a simple reason. In the end they find a way to replicate life on a single molecule. This may sound unbelievable but the film does make you feel like you are really in the middle of the whole story. When you have the chance to see this film I strongly recommend it. If you like to see a documentary on how a small team of scientists use a simple setup to make a life-like life. The people in the film really do have an interesting job. It's a shame that this movie is not in theatres. You can watch it on the IFC channel.

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I first saw "Driving In Europe" last year on the TV.It was a great movie.But the movie gets boring when there is no conflict between the country.Last year we had many problems in the EU.It was the first time in over 15 years that I felt like a terrorist.It is very painful to see people living in fear.But I am not a terrorist.I am just a mother that wants her children to be safe and to have a good future.I hope people will see this movie and not leave the theater.They should know that they are there to see a great movie and a humanitarian cause.There is one scene where we are sitting in the car in the middle of the road in a little town in the middle of nowhere.We have to hurry but we have no food.So we start arguing and calling each other names.In this area,this movie made me feel like a terrorist.Even though I am a great movie maker,I do not like to make a movie that makes me a terrorist.So I would say this movie is a great and humanitarian movie that is for everybody.In order to end this film,I want to tell everyone that it is not okay to leave the theater.You must see this movie.I will be watching this movie in the next days.

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Nancy F.

If you were to watch the DVD of the movie "The War on Terrorism" you would find a story with great photography. The movie was great and made me want to watch the other movies made by Chris Hondros and produced by him. But if you are a regular viewer of movies, the story is the same. I think that Chris is the director of the films and the producer of the movies, and if you watch the movie and think that it is a waste of time, you can say that there is a part of the movies that is the same as other movies.

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Sarah Wallace

I know of a lot of people who have been subjected to abuse by police officers in America. This documentary is based on the story of John Russel, a man who was brutally attacked by an NYPD officer. This was the first of several attacks by the NYPD that lasted for months on end. The footage from the police station was particularly disturbing as it showed a cop seemingly laughing as he rapes Russel. While I don't think the police should be treated that way, it's hard to imagine this was the behavior of any rational person. The violence of the attacks is also hard to watch. I can imagine how one of the officers would feel when he sees this and goes home and beats someone to death with a baton. But as the film shows, this is not the behavior of a cop who is supposed to be the law. The film also shows how police officers are trained to believe that they have a right to kill anyone in the line of duty. It's hard to imagine this is the behavior of anyone who would believe that they have the right to kill another human being. I think that the viewer should be able to choose whether he or she wants to see the truth or whether they want to believe the lies the police tell. I think the documentary does a great job of showing what happened to Russel and it makes clear that the police have been trained to lie, that they are completely at war with the people and that there is no way out. The violence is graphic and should be seen by all.

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Ashley C.

I think many people would not like this documentary, but I think it's an amazing documentary. A number of people will probably say it is too personal or biased, but I think you can't criticize this documentary when you are watching it. It will make you think and give you perspective on how the world of entertainment can be a corrupt, or manipulative and can be very dangerous. I think this documentary is very good and I think that any person will find something interesting in this documentary, even if it's only 10 minutes.

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Carolyn Castro

This documentary about a family of three who lost their homes to a tornado is a well-made and informative film. I was lucky enough to have been in the room with the family during the disaster and was able to understand the devastation and heartbreak they were going through. The movie is fairly long but does a great job of showing the disaster from a number of perspectives. There is the first person perspective of the family and then there is the family member who survived and the family member who lost everything. It's a bit difficult to watch the family members struggle through the movie and then it's the disaster that makes them see what they did and what they have to live with. There are many interesting points that come up that I have not seen in other disaster movies. The family members are able to take some of the responsibility for their own actions and choices and the family members are able to share their personal stories about what happened and what they are going through. It is a great documentary and is very well made.

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Steven T.

It is so refreshing to see a documentary film about a very real subject. The subject of the documentary is the HSE's abuse of women in the nursing home system. The film is very well made and I found it very informative. It covers a lot of ground, including many aspects of the current state of nursing homes, the government and other institutions involved in the care of the poor, the many lawsuits against the HSE, the care that is provided to the residents of these facilities, the care that is provided to the staff, and the monitoring of the residents. I also appreciated the film's ability to explore a number of other topics, including the HSE's history, the use of prison labor, the time spent in the old nursing homes, and the role of the press in the HSE's scandals. The film also uses very good footage and also has some very interesting interviews with people involved in the care of the elderly. I would highly recommend this documentary to anyone interested in nursing homes or any other subject that might be of interest to someone. I would also recommend that anyone who is interested in such topics as health care reform and social justice issues be very interested in this film.

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Kyle P.

This is an intelligent and impressive documentary, which is well-made, clever, and insightful. It's really not for everyone, as there are some spoilers here, but I think it's worth a look. It's about the "culture" of middle-aged, white men who are basically running the country and, in the process, have done a great deal of harm to society. These men are mostly white and they have built an entire culture around the idea that their "normal" lives are the best thing in the world. In fact, they have created a world in which those who are trying to "fit in" with the rest of society and who are trying to be creative are routinely mocked, belittled, and even punished. Some of the best examples of this are the ones that the film "chickens" show of middle-aged men who go out into the street and attack anyone who looks like they might be a "ho" or a "bitch". If you're young and/or male and you think you're in a normal, "normal" life, this documentary is a good way to look at what you're up against. I think it's really important to understand the culture of these men and the mindset that drives them, and it's a very important perspective on what's going on in this country today. It's also important to understand that the "credibility" of these men is entirely fabricated. The film shows that these men are not just motivated by their own sense of masculinity. They're also motivated by some kind of self-preservation, and that's what makes the whole culture so dangerous. They feel they are not just doing right, but that they're doing the right thing. This is a film that's not for everyone, but I think it's important to see for those of us who are interested in what's going on in the country today. 8/10

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Olivia Foster

A very interesting documentary about the relationship between Robert Redford and Jerry Maguire director John Hughes. The film focuses on the years between the two of them when they worked together on a number of films, including "Hughes and Maguire" and "The Jerk". The main theme of the film is the respect and admiration for each other's work that they both felt for each other, and how that can translate to the screen. It's an interesting subject to talk about since they were both pretty much unknown to the public, and it's very interesting to see how they got that respect. You get a sense of the kind of people they were, and the things they went through to get to where they are today. In some cases, it's almost nostalgic to see how the two worked together. I'd recommend this film for anyone who's a fan of the two. It's a little bit long, but it's worth it.

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Kathleen S.

I'm a huge fan of film, and I was really looking forward to seeing this film. I was wrong. I had a great time watching this film. It was entertaining, entertaining, entertaining. The filmmakers did an excellent job of portraying the real life life of the people involved in the documentary. I was very impressed. The documentaries done by National Geographic have always been good, but this one was great. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to see a documentary about the U.S. Presidential Election. It is a great way to spend a couple of hours.

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Emma F.

If you want to take action on global warming, live in the World, support the planet, save the environment, support a union for all workers, please see this movie and sign the petition. You will change your lifestyle and save billions of dollars. By 2030 if you put people on one planet there will be food shortages, health problems and environmental degradation. This is one of the most important movies you can see.

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Rose B.

This is a great documentary that provides some solid information about the weapons and the industrial interests that were behind the development of the nuclear bomb. The film also examines the 'nuclear option' of the U.S. and the consequences of the decision. Although the film does not focus on the nuclear program in the U.S. it does show how much of a financial and political commitment it took to get the U.S. involved in the first place. The film does not shy away from any controversy, but instead focuses on the massive and dangerous risks of nuclear weapons. It also gives a look into the lives of the men who are directly involved in the nuclear weapons program. Overall, the film is a great overview of the development of the nuclear bomb. I would highly recommend this documentary.

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Denise F.

This documentary is a great look at the impact of the film "A Clockwork Orange" on society. It's a great film, I enjoyed it a lot. The director was an interesting person and I enjoyed his talk with the subject matter. Some people might find this film boring, I did. I think some of the film's subject matter may be a bit too strong for some people, but it's a great film. I'd say it's one of the best documentaries I've seen.

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Vincent V.

As a film student I love documentaries. In fact, I've been obsessed with them for over 10 years. This film is the most accurate depiction of a video game I've ever seen. In fact, it is the most accurate portrayal of a video game that I've ever seen. I believe this is the most accurate representation of a video game ever made. It's the first film that I've seen that is completely accurate and non-biased. If you haven't seen this film, then you haven't seen a video game. It is the only film that I've ever seen that is 100% accurate. The documentary is as good as any documentary. It shows you everything about the game, including the first person perspective. It also shows the bad and good of the game, and also shows how the game is affected by the fans and how the game is getting back into the public eye. The documentary is so well done and so well researched that it would take an entire class to be able to understand all the details of the film. The film also has a great soundtrack that is perfect for the film. It's hard to find a better soundtrack for a video game documentary than this one. It fits perfectly with the style of the film. I love the soundtrack and the way it fits with the style of the film. I'm not going to give any spoilers, but it's really great. This is one of my favorite documentaries of all time. It is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. This is the best documentary that I've ever seen.

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Eric J.

I watched this film without knowing anything about it, apart from the fact that I am a big fan of the cult movie series. I've been following it for a while now and I feel like I have a lot of insight into it. I don't know why, but I really like this movie. The plot is pretty interesting, and it makes you think about how you would feel if your loved one had died in a way that you never would. I thought that the actors really did a good job in this film. There are a few minor parts that aren't exactly great, but the main characters were pretty good. Also, this is probably the first film I've ever seen where the main characters are actually cute. The supporting characters are also pretty good, but the main characters are the star of this film. In fact, this film is also probably the most realistic film I have ever seen, and the last film that I watched where the main characters actually died in a way that I could relate to. If you're a fan of the cult movies, or you're into a film where you can really think about the characters, this is the movie for you.

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Kathleen Hoffman

I was born and raised in South Africa. I love this country and love this country. I was a child in the 80s, and remember the tensions that were associated with the Apartheid system. My parents' generation, and the generation that grew up after the Holocaust, tried to maintain the status quo. They did not like the changes that the government was making, which led to more unrest and violence. Many families tried to protect their way of life, and to limit the freedoms that the older generation could use to express themselves. My generation, born in the 70s and 80s, grew up in the era of "normal" public broadcasting. We were taught to be critical about what was going on, but not be openly critical. We had to be "good" in the eyes of the government. We had to conform to the expectations of the system. I can't say much about the effects of apartheid on our life, but I can say that it was a time that made me feel like a boy. We lived in a society where the government had the power to control us. When I was young, I didn't really know about the white system of the country. I was raised in the country, and I had never heard the term "coloured" and the reason why they were kept out of the press. When the government came to power and the "coloreds" started to speak out against the "whites", it was like a death sentence. The government considered us a threat to "order", and their fear was that we would speak out and ask for our rights. So, we were kept in check and oppressed. I have many friends who were kept in the shadows. I will always be, in my heart, a South African. I felt it in my bones. And, at this point, I feel it in every South African, and every human being in the world. We are all part of the same human family. We are all the same. We are all members of the family. The ANC doesn't change that. And, I can't help but see the suffering of the people in the film, who were not even allowed to see their children grow up, because they were considered "negros". I remember the way the people, both in the cities and in the countryside, were separated from their families and communities. It made me feel like I was a prisoner, inside my own family. I had to be trained to be a good citizen, to work and get married, and to keep my mouth shut about what was going on. We were forced to play games with the government, and to obey the dictates of the government, while being told to respect our own people. Our culture is shaped by our history, and the violence that comes with it. We have to learn about it, and deal with it, rather than live in denial. We have to have the courage to say "enough is enough". We have to learn to work together to bring about change, rather than pretend to work for a change, and ignore the issue. This film is a must see for all South Africans. It is a film that was supposed to change us. We are still waiting for the South African government to be able to get on its feet and move forward, because it's obvious that we still have a long way to go. And, we still have a long way to go to say that the "racism" that the government is using to justify its own act of violence has been a tragedy. But, we can't expect it to change us. We have to be willing to stand up and fight for change. That's what it's all about. This film was made to show that it is possible to change things, even for a country with an important past, and we need to stand up and fight for change. And, it's even more important to be willing to be accountable for your actions. In South Africa, we still need to bring about change. We need to learn from what we did, and try to learn from our mistakes. We need to understand that violence is never the answer to anything, no matter how justified it may be. We need to make more changes. We need to learn to understand that we were wrong about everything. And, we need to move forward and find new ways to lead. And, I am going to do that, and I'm going to change it.

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Lawrence Hunt

I saw this at the TIFF movie festival in Toronto and thought it was a great presentation. It is very well shot, and I was shocked at how well the first hour progressed. I was also impressed with the acting. Well, the story is a little out there, but it is a lot more interesting than I was expecting. The story is essentially about Jack Kerouac and his drug use, as well as the beautiful girl he fell in love with. I don't think there is anything wrong with this, I think that it's very refreshing to see a film about the relationships between writers, artists and artists. It also teaches you about the art of writing, which I think is a very important thing to know. All in all, this is a film worth seeing.

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This documentary is a film from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, which was the first Canadian documentary to be broadcast on television. It is an interesting and informative film. It is also a film that, although in retrospect, I do not think is completely accurate. But it's a good film nonetheless. I am a fan of the CBC, and of the many documentaries that they have aired on their network. The first documentary I have seen from them, titled "Hands on the Ground," was one of the most informative and thought-provoking documentaries I have ever seen. The next documentary, "The Fog," was another excellent documentary that I found to be very well-made. "Drowned," however, was an excellent documentary that was entirely biased. There were two things I did not like about this documentary. One, it made no mention of the struggle of the people who were actually living in the fog. It also did not discuss the human rights violations that were going on in Vietnam, and the human rights violations that were going on in Cambodia. Two, it made no mention of the genocide that was going on in the Congo, or the genocide in Rwanda. These two things made me very upset. However, in retrospect, I can see that it was an important documentary, and I do recommend it to anyone who is interested in this subject. I would also like to point out that this documentary did not have an official theme, and there were no pop-culture references or references to pop culture. This is a documentary that should be watched by anyone interested in the subject. The only other documentary that I have seen from the CBC is "The Great Escape," and I would strongly recommend that anyone who has not seen that one should see this one. I give this documentary a 9 out of 10.

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Sean Ferguson

A great documentary about the struggles of the IWW, who were still the largest union in America at the time. The IWW has been in the news recently for their involvement in the strike against the Boeing corporation in 1994. The documentary takes a more personal view on the union and their struggles with the IWW's Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). The documentary goes into detail about the union and how they deal with their differences with other unions, how they are still a part of the IWW, and the major differences they face with other unions. The documentary is really fascinating, and I would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in the IWW, or union struggles in general.

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Jesse Hansen

I like to think of myself as a bit of a movie buff, and as I got the opportunity to see this film at the Toronto International Film Festival I decided to give it a chance. I'm not sure if I was ready for it at the time, but I thought it was a very interesting, well-made, well-acted, and thoroughly entertaining film. I think the problem with a lot of documentaries is that they're all done in a very "slow" fashion. The acting is very good, and I thought the overall style of the film was very interesting, though I found it a bit over the top at times. I also thought the director did a good job of showing how different people see the world, and how they see themselves in the eyes of others. It's not exactly a "how to" guide, but I thought it was an interesting look at how people view the world, and I found it very interesting.

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Having lived in the USA for several years I knew little of what was going on in the world and here is a good summary of the facts. This movie was made to give some background information on the reasons for the conflicts in the Balkans and the war in Bosnia. However, I don't know if they have shown all the facts in this movie. The movie is based on the book by Joe Galloway which covers the events in the early 90s. They show how the war started and how the world reacted. This movie is good for people that are interested in history.

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This is a great movie that touches on important topics in the same vein of "Lifetime" and "Election". While the film is more for adults than kids, the viewer is encouraged to view it, as the film is entirely factual. I saw the movie with my son and we agreed that it was a great film and he enjoyed it as well. It is educational and well worth the time to view.

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We were recently watching this documentary, with a large group of people, and we thought it was great! The narration by Director Sarah Breslin (known for her Oscar nominated documentary film "The Act of Killing") was amazing. We loved the story of how the filmmaker came to document the abuse of children in Argentina in the 70's. There were also interesting interviews with several survivors of the abuses. The director captured many of the conversations about how they were able to escape the abuse. The film definitely made us think. It brought a lot of light to the issue of child abuse. The film also showed how our society is making some efforts to address child abuse, while many others are allowing it to continue. There are people that do not believe child abuse exists, while there are also those that actually say that child abuse does not exist. This film is a good summary of what is happening in this world, and the impact it has on children.

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The French Revolution in the sixteenth century. A good idea, and good execution, but it is a boring film. I did not like the film because of its lack of excitement and the lack of all the information I needed to know about the revolution. The film is not long enough to explain all the major events of the French Revolution. For example, in this film, the French Revolution is not about the death of King Louis XIII, but the death of the king. The movie, on the other hand, has a lot of information about the revolutions and their impact on the country and its people. This information could have been shown in a much shorter time, but this movie lacks. However, it is not a bad film, but it is not great either. I think it is worth watching if you are interested in the French Revolution. However, if you are not interested in the French Revolution, you will not enjoy the film. But for me, it is not worth watching.

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Tammy F.

It's a real shame that this film is only available on DVD. Yes, it's a 'MTV' style documentary, but it is actually more an epic of sorts. It tells the story of Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon. It was a monumental achievement, and was probably the reason why the Apollo Program was cancelled. But, at the same time, it also shows how it became a kind of political hero, when we're not even talking about that. This documentary tells the story of how NASA was formed, and how it tried to go for the moon, but how it did not succeed. I was never a fan of Apollo 11, but I was amazed by the story of Neil Armstrong. He was a great leader, and was the man that made the space program succeed. He did not have any other interests, he was always working on his program. I was never a fan of the moon landing, but this documentary really made me appreciate it. It shows how Neil Armstrong worked for NASA, and how he managed to get all the information he needed, even the small things, just because he had a problem with his family. I was really surprised to see how one of the greatest leaders in the world could be such a man. I think that this documentary really gives us a good insight of what was going on inside NASA. The documentary is mostly about Neil Armstrong, and how he took his first steps on the moon. There is also a little bit about all the problems that NASA had. But it also shows the problem that NASA had, and how it was overcome. It's a really good documentary, even if it's only available on DVD. It's a good look at the history of the space program, and it also shows the inner struggle of NASA. I really liked this documentary, because it shows what was going on inside NASA, and it also shows how NASA overcame all the problems that it had.

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Kevin Pierce

My husband and I went to see this film at the theater. I never saw it on the cinema, I only saw it on tv, and when I first went I had absolutely no clue what I was going to see. My husband looked around the room and felt like this was a movie he'd never seen before. I had no idea what he was talking about. And at the end of the film, he said "I can't believe this was even made!". I realized that my wife and I were going to see something different. And it turned out to be a wonderful, beautiful, shocking, brilliant, and dark film. I think the point that was made was in the title. The movie is about three women who have nothing to lose by a camera. These women are young and they have nothing to lose. The women are married and have children, they're not happy, but they have no way out. They are not nearly as crippled as their mothers. They are crippled by things that have no right to be there, and that are meant to be there, not as a cure for any kind of problems. Because of that, these women are crippled. The viewer can also see, that these three women are going to have to fight a battle that is never going to be easy, and that battle is going to come at their expense. And that, my friends, is what makes this movie so great. If these women had not fought, if the camera had not been present, then the film would not be as good. And I believe the film is a triumph for the women who made it, and for the viewer who will see it. To me, this is the most powerful movie I've ever seen. But that doesn't mean I didn't feel something different from the movie. It was like I was in a totally different world, not from the movie, but from the experience of seeing it. So, I have to give it an honorable 10/10, because it's absolutely deserved. My question is, "What do you want to see again?"

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Janice G.

The director was frank and frank about the basic events of the past three decades. The movie was very honest about how people react to new technology and how this leads to a reduction in morality. A number of participants were interviewed for the movie. The portrayal of the men at the heart of the story was superb. None of the men were portrayed as villains. On the contrary, they were portrayed as people who were simply trying to do what they thought was right. Their perspective on what was right was almost nonexistent. It was an opportunity to learn about what happened in the past. I feel that some of the critics of this film failed to realize the point of this film. It was not a documentary. It was not meant to be a documentary. It was a movie. To have a documentary without an adequate background on the subjects involved in the story would have been impossible. The filmmakers wanted to provide some insight into the lives of the men involved in the events. The only place where a documentary would have been appropriate is if the men were interviewed for a documentary about their past. This was not the case. The film did not do this. The acting was superb. I do not believe that any of the men interviewed were without blame. On the contrary, all were decent, decent men, who, due to the circumstances of their lives, chose to do what they thought was right. The film did not provide any background on their personal lives, which, of course, would have been very interesting to know. However, this was not the focus of the film. The focus was on the past and the present. The men were people who were trying to do what was right. The documentary filmmakers wanted to provide a background to this aspect of their lives, and they succeeded in this regard. If you are interested in the subject, this movie is highly recommended. If not, the movie is only of interest to people interested in the subject of technology and its effects.

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I watched the documentary because I was curious how it is that the US needs to keep such a record of not only executions and deaths, but also deaths of the mentally disabled, and the mentally ill. And then I thought "well, I wonder if these 2 people got there lives back?" But, I don't know. I watched it and my mind was still wondering "how the hell" the 2 men got their lives back, even though they got their lives back. I felt like that they got their lives back, but I just can't say that. The thing that I found most interesting about it was how the US will always try to kill, not just mentally disabled and disabled, but mentally ill also, and that they will also try to use even more subtle means to kill. That's what I think the documentary was about, and I think it really demonstrates the power of mental illness and how society and governments will try to use those aspects of illness to the extreme. The documentary was really, really good, and really informative. I think it shows the reality that the US is not that different from other countries, even though it is said that it is the country that comes first in terms of mental illness. It really shows the harshness of these methods, and also the nature of the mindset that the US will always have about mental illness. It also shows the self-confidence of the US, the way the US will go about committing these killings, and the use of cameras in the filming and the filming of the killing. I really really recommend it.

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Philip C.

I enjoyed the documentary very much. The topic is fascinating, but this is not the documentary I expected to see. Instead of a documentary about the Holocaust, it is about a group of Israeli teenagers and how they cope with their situation in the camp. I would have liked to see a little more about the Holocaust. The documentary seems more like a film, rather than a documentary about the Holocaust. I'm not sure how much this film is about the Holocaust, or the camp, or the Israeli teens. But it is a good documentary about the topic. And I liked the way the film was shot. It was well filmed and the footage seemed real.

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This documentary from the makers of "The Cove" is a beautiful tale of a young couple and their quest to escape the life of violence, drug addiction, and the inescapable realities of a life behind bars. I truly appreciated the documentary's presentation of the stories of the women incarcerated in California's Central Coast jail system. The stories are compelling and captivating and it's obvious that the filmmakers have worked hard to find out as much about the women as they can and the interviewees are both fascinating and relatable. The film is a well-made, thoroughly engaging piece of work, and the use of new footage, including family and friends of the women, makes it a great example of a film that will be watched by many and will help people understand the history and plight of the women. The documentary is well-shot and edited and it's a pleasure to watch, and I would recommend it.

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Gloria G.

What a stunning movie. I've seen this movie about 6 times and I will probably see it a few more times before it leaves my theater. The cinematography was superb, the acting was excellent, the music was amazing, and the direction was very good. This movie will be one of my favorites and I can't wait for it to be released on DVD. This movie is the perfect mix of an American History, Vietnam, and 'a.s.p.' movie. I was very impressed with the portrayal of war, both of the American side of it and the Vietnamese side. The whole movie is based on a book by James Jones, and I hope he does another book based on it as well. I also enjoyed the music in this movie, and will purchase it soon. The special effects were amazing and I was impressed with the cinematography, the acting, and the music. I highly recommend this movie to everyone. I was very impressed with this movie. I really wish more people would see it. I'm not even sure if I'll buy the DVD because I want to see it a few more times before I buy it.

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Director Jeff Nichols is a superb film-maker and author. In this film he presents a concise, poignant and interesting biography of William Katt, a prolific film director who lived and worked in Los Angeles for nearly 50 years. William Katt is the most prolific filmmaker of all time. He's directed more than 1,000 films, many of which are acclaimed classics, and is a true creative genius. He was the creator of the Oscar-winning film "The Cider House Rules" (1953), the screenplay for the Hollywood-bashing classic "Old School" (1961), and the feature film adaptation of "Gone With the Wind" (1939). However, while these films are acclaimed, his legacy is still not entirely appreciated. Most people know him best as the "white knight" in "The King of Comedy", a remake of a classic Howard Hawks film that was panned by critics and audiences alike. Others know him best as the artist whose film made the Grand Duke of Kiska a household name. He also directed such classics as "The Comeback Kid", "Big Fish", "Take of Africa", "Fried Green Tomatoes", "A Night in the Life of Jones", "The Cider House Rules", "Bonnie and Clyde", "Unlawful Entry", "A Mighty Wind", "Three Women", "Sleeping with the Enemy", "Heart of Darkness", "The Aviator", "The Long Goodbye", "Gone With the Wind", "Born Into Brothels", "Short Circuit", "The Apartment", "Valkyrie", "Easy Rider", "The Wild Bunch", "Hannah and Her Sisters", "Manhattan Murder Mystery", "Blue Velvet", "The Naked Kiss", "Love Story", "The Last Picture Show", "The Lives of Others", "The Bonfire of the Vanities", "Young Frankenstein", "Hedda Gabler", "The Bell Jar", "Lolita", "The Long Kiss Goodnight", "The Best Years of Our Lives", "Rear Window", "The Artist", "Zeroville", "Carry On", "The Last Picture Show II", "Walkabout", "My Blue Heaven", "The Weight of Water", "Intolerance", "Funny Girl", "A Christmas Carol", "The Greatest Showman", "A Beautiful Mind", "The Terminal", "American Beauty", "The Long Goodbye", "A Clockwork Orange", "The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes", "Lolita", "The Long Goodbye", "Death Note", "The Player", "La La Land", "Boyhood", "Annie Hall", "The Last King of Scotland", "Birdman", "The Last Picture Show", "Before the Flood", "The Whistleblower", "Forrest Gump", "Gone With the Wind", "A Night in the Life of Jones", "The Naked Kiss", "The Piano Teacher", "Manhattan Murder Mystery", "Rear Window", "Gone With the Wind", "My Blue Heaven", "No Country for Old Men", "Titanic", "The Age of Innocence", "Catch 22", "Crash", "Requiem for a Dream", "The Fifth Element", "Heaven Can Wait", "The Aviator", "Mystic River", "Magnolia", "The Piano Teacher", "The Cider House Rules", "A Mighty Wind", "The Butler", "The American President", "After Hours", "The Purple Rose of Cairo", "The Proposition", "I Am Sam", "Arbitrage", "L.A. Confidential", "Happiness", "The Best Years of Our Lives", "The Aviator", "A Beautiful Mind", "The Piano Teacher", "L.A. Confidential", "A Most Violent Year", "L'avventura", "Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans", "Midnight Cowboy", "Meet Joe Black", "The Turning Point", "The Life Aquatic", "The Piano Teacher", "The Dictator", "The Perfect Storm", "The Breakfast Club", "The Big Lebowski", "The Hangover", "Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens", "The English Patient", "La La Land", "Barcelona", "Stardust Memories", "The Departed", "The Paperboy", "Million Dollar Baby", "The Fountain", "The Green Mile", "Lost in Translation", "Intolerance", "Gone with the Wind", "The French Lieutenant's Woman", "How the Grinch Stole Christmas", "A Beautiful Mind", "The Life Aquatic

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Richard Harrison

This documentary tries to make a solid argument against same-sex marriage. The documentary clearly states that "sexual orientation is biologically determined and innate." And it also states that it is "highly unstable," "represents an important question of our society," and "encourages some to experiment." It's not a perfect documentary. There's some footage that appears to have been edited to fit a narrative, as well as some graphic footage. But overall it's well worth watching, and it does a good job at demonstrating just how barbaric and unreasonable same-sex marriage is. The whole point of this documentary is to explain why same-sex marriage is bad. It doesn't make the case for or against same-sex marriage. It simply presents the arguments for and against, and then offers suggestions for how to handle the matter. It does a good job of showing the bias of both sides, and what results is an intelligent, clear, and balanced film. I recommend this documentary to anyone who would like to understand just why same-sex marriage is bad.

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I think they are all very good documentaries, but there are a few flaws in this movie. I did not find that they captured all the details that the administration had told the public about their healthcare system. I also did not like how the press portrayed the man in charge of the health care office. He was not a public speaker. His speeches were too long and repetitive, and he gave too much of his time to the president to be a public speaker. As a physician, I would rather hear from the patient than a speechwriter. I also felt that the women in the hospital could have been more forceful in their push for the women's clinic. It was also disappointing that we did not get to hear from more than one of the patients who were in the medical office, as well as more than one of the physicians. I think that more information was needed. I also would have liked to see more of the public meetings, and I would have liked to see how much of the budget went to the government officials and medical staff. It is good that the media outlets did not give too much away about the medical process, but I did not think that they covered all the details. I thought that there were too many speeches and too much time spent on talking heads, which is a waste of time.

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Lori Harrison

I have been following the story of the Lord of the Rings for several years now. I went to the premiere of the film and was very impressed with how the movie turned out. I was not expecting the quality of the film and I was not disappointed. I have been to the premiere of The Hobbit in New York City. The crowd was very quiet and that was because the audience was amazed by the special effects and CGI. The camera work was amazing. The voice overs were not as good as the first film, but still very good. The audience really connected with the characters. The film was great. I have to say that the best scene was in the theater where the dwarves arrived. The fight scene between the elves and the dwarf was amazing. I hope that this movie gets the hype it deserves and it gets a big box office. I was very impressed with this film and I can not wait to see it again.

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Betty H.

The documentary on the history of the "clowning" of clowns in the US is a great source of information. The movie itself is about the first major clown controversy of the 1940s, when they were being persecuted in schools, and in the late 60s, when they started getting work as entertainers and clowns for various shows and parties. The main focus is the rise of clowning and its worldwide popularity, and the reasons behind its rise. The documentary includes interviews with many clowns and their relatives, and all sorts of historical documents. It is very interesting, and I highly recommend it. My vote is ten. Title (Brazil): "Clowns e por horas" ("The Clowns and Horrors")

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Brenda H.

This is one of the most important films in history and it should be shown in schools and colleges around the world. It is one of the best documentaries ever made. It is a good documentary that needs to be shown to everyone who has a chance to see it. The only thing that is missing is more people. This film is a must see and will inspire everyone to follow their dreams. I am sure you will love this film and it will give you hope for your own life. I give this film a 10 out of 10.

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This is an excellent documentary that I thought about for days after watching it. After seeing it I didn't even have to read the back of the DVD case to know what this film was all about. The film explains how many of the people who we are hearing about in the media aren't real and how they are spreading fake news and hurting people's lives. It also explains how they can get away with all this because of the media. It goes into detail of how companies like CNN are the biggest supporters of these fake news stories. CNN and its executive producer who writes fake news for its corporate sponsor's then carry them out to the news audiences as news that will make the audiences happy. CNN's own staff have had to take interviews with real news stars as the CNN anchor has admitted that she has been paid by a major media company to come on air and help spread fake news to her audience. She also confessed that her CNN employees were actually involved in her biased work. The film also points out how corporations like Google, Facebook and Google Play are manipulating our digital platforms for their own personal gain. They have established what they call a "fake news empire" and it is destroying the lives of many people. Many of them have no clue how they could be so stupid in their actions. The documentary really shows the way the media is really affecting our lives. It shows how Google can be found out by making a search of the words "Google", "Google search engine" and "Google search engine" and you get this message on the screen: "Search Google". Google is trying to get into your head by telling you that you are searching for the same thing you are looking for on the search engine, "Google" - as in Google search engine. Google is playing a very dangerous game because they are using your search queries to determine what you want to search and how you want to search it. And Google is the one who can say anything they want to say, it is Google that is manipulating your search queries, it is Google that is manipulating your search by doing anything to get your search queries to show up on their search engine. The film does an excellent job of explaining how Google is manipulating the search engine, and how these corporations are using search queries to find out how you want to search, what you want to search for. These corporations are making money off of the ads and how many people are buying them. The media has helped these corporations to make money off of the search engines, and the corporations have allowed them to become so powerful that they are using search engines to destroy the lives of people, and it is all being done by the media. There is an excellent interview with Tom Schilling, the Executive Editor of Google, talking about how he gets in trouble for being so ruthless. Google and the other search engines are not happy with Google and say it needs to be able to do what it does. Google has argued that these other search engines are infringing their intellectual property and stealing their ideas. These corporations and the media don't want this to stop because it is helping Google's search engine to become so powerful. But what Google is fighting for is an open internet, that is like the internet without censorship, without search engines that are doing their own thing. Tom Schilling doesn't want Google to be forced to be regulated by the government or by any other authority. That is what Google is fighting for. That is why Google has hired some attorneys to fight these battles, because they have a lot of legal help they need. Google has set up its own news division that reports stories from the press to the public. Google has created a huge website to have a lot of the fake news on its website, "Media Matters" (even though it is not official media). Google uses Google's search engine and the media to determine what to show on its website. Google can, in essence, say anything it wants to say. Google can edit its search engine so that it is almost sure that it will show stories that it thinks are important to the public. Google can also alter its own search engine so that it knows what the public wants to see and the public will see those stories, but Google is also editing the search engine so that they can show anything that they want to show, even when it is fake. Google has become a real media empire. It is as powerful as the media. It uses the media to say whatever it wants to say. Google is one of the biggest corporate

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This documentary is one of the greatest documentaries ever made. It tells the story of how Tendergrass, and the stories that follow are from the heartbreaking impact of sexual assault to the emotional and physical devastation from it. The stories are very real and most of them are from victims. It tells you exactly what is going on in the world when it comes to sexual assault and also the so called 'ice bucket challenge' that all the teens are doing but its just another form of extortion or disrespect. The message that the film is trying to make is very real. I've heard of sexual assault cases, where the victim feels powerless, and it's really heartwarming. This is really something that anyone can relate to. Its not something you would ever see in the media. Its something that happens to you. Its something that will make you break down and cry. This documentary is truly amazing and a great show to watch. It shows you the information and the emotions that comes with it, and it shows you how damaging it can be. I recommend this documentary to anyone, especially people who have been sexually assaulted or know someone who has been sexually assaulted.