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Rebels on Pointe

Rebels on Pointe is a movie starring Chase Johnsey. An intimate look at Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo - the all male, drag ballet company founded over 40 years ago on the heels of New York City's Stonewall riots.

Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Bobbi Jo Hart
Bobbi Jo Hart, Bobbi Jo Hart
Chase Johnsey
Canada, USA, UK, Italy, Japan
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

An intimate look at Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo - the all male, drag ballet company founded over 40 years ago on the heels of New York City's Stonewall riots.

Comments about documentary «Rebels on Pointe» (63)

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Jacqueline Foster

I am an environmental activist and I don't understand how some people can view this documentary as an attack on anyone involved in environmental activism. That is totally inaccurate. The first thing that needs to be made clear is that this documentary is about the movement against the oil industry and not the people who have participated in that movement. In the film, the filmmaker interviews a lot of people involved in the movement and they are all of the opinions that we have, and that is what the film is about. If someone is a libertarian and they don't like environmental activism, then they don't get the point of this documentary. If you like environmental activism, then this documentary is a must see. I didn't really get the message that was being conveyed in the film, but that's not why I chose to watch this film. I am just saying that it is interesting to know that the vast majority of people who have been involved in the environmental movement are libertarians and I think it's important to understand that in order to fully understand the message that the film is trying to convey. It is important to understand that this film is not about those who oppose the oil industry and it is not about people who support the oil industry. It is about those who are part of the movement and it is a good documentary. If you are a libertarian and you don't like environmental activism, then you need to understand that this documentary is a propaganda piece and it is not about you. The film also clearly states that there is no evidence that the oil industry is responsible for climate change, but if you are against the oil industry, then you don't like that it is a documentary about the oil industry. The film also explains that the oil industry is a huge part of the US economy, so it is not surprising that the film would be an attack on that industry. I think that the film does a good job of portraying the issues surrounding the oil industry, but I think that the film could have been better if they had focused on the environmental movement rather than the oil industry. The film does a good job of portraying the environmental movement, but I think that it could have been a lot better if it had focused on the people who are part of the environmental movement instead of the people who support the environmental movement. Overall, I think that this is an important documentary that should be watched by everyone and I give it a 9/10.

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A very moving documentary about a band called the Rebels on Pointe. They are a band that have been around for over 20 years, and have played many live shows in the USA and Canada. Their sound is unique and is the first sound I have heard in a concert. Their music is powerful and has the power to move anyone who hears it. They are an example of a band that has grown from a band to a group of friends. The band has had a lot of ups and downs, but have always been there for one another. They have never stopped playing music and are very proud of what they have accomplished. They are a band that you can feel proud of. It is a great documentary to see because you can see the growth of a band from a band to a group of friends. I highly recommend this documentary.

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This is a must see for everyone. It shows the true story of the Battle of Pointe-Ave, and what the men and women did to survive. I highly recommend this film.

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Kathleen T.

This film is really moving and beautifully directed. I really loved it. I have also seen it in Spanish and the subtitles were awesome. I was very impressed with the quality of the film and the fact that it was shot on a low budget. The best part of this film is when the people on the street say "I don't care if he is an immigrant, but he is an immigrant". It is an amazing moment in the film. I was very moved by the story, and I think it is a very good thing to do with films. The filmmakers are extremely honest about the hardships faced by these immigrants, and what they are dealing with. They want us to really care and feel for them. It is a film that I will recommend to anyone. It is very emotional, and I recommend that you see it, but you also need to know that you should not be offended by some of the content. It is very different from what you are used to, but it is definitely a film that will make you think.

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Andrew Meyer

I was a huge fan of the original Rebel without a cause. I saw it at a movie theater when it first came out. I remember the theater in the beginning. I was a little nervous because I thought the movie would be about a bunch of hippies. Instead it was about a bunch of people who were trying to make the world a better place. The movie also had a message about the people in the movie. I think it was great that they chose to not have a message for the audience. It was a great movie that I would recommend to anyone.

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Katherine Wagner

I thought it was a great documentary. The idea of the "tragedy" is to show the actual events of the conflict. We are all "Saddam's people". We were not able to go to school or to work because of the war. The film is very factual and is not propaganda. The film is very informative and shows the truth. The film is also very funny. The film is a must see for all people who want to know the truth.

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Aaron P.

After watching this documentary, I am left feeling kind of disappointed. It's not a bad documentary, but the focus is not on how to get out of the mess that we are in, but on the process of how to get out of it. The themes are very diverse and different, which is what makes it interesting. As a result, it's not that interesting a documentary. The story line, however, is intriguing. This is an attempt to bring out the knowledge that there is still a good part of the middle class in the U.S. that is able to work their way up, and it shows how those people are doing it. It's not an attempt to get rid of them, but to get them the knowledge they need to succeed. I liked the images of what the middle class is doing to get out of poverty. They're getting jobs, starting businesses, and trying to live a better life. The story is moving, but the focus is not on the people who are making the effort to succeed, but on the people who are able to make it to the top. This is a documentary that is worth watching, but not a documentary that is worth paying for. It's worth the time and effort to watch, but it isn't worth the price.

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Samuel Wilson

I am a long-time American, so I was not too familiar with the SFF community in France. I have seen a lot of these shows, and I have to say that I didn't really get a sense of what they were all about. After seeing this, I was able to connect with the stories, and see how the various groups of rebels were very much like the groups in my own country, and I realized I had a similar outlook. This movie is a little bit misleading, as it shows a couple of the main characters as either the bad guys, or as the good guys. I really enjoyed the character of Captain Andre of B.C.I., he was a great character, and he had a lot of power. I am not familiar with Guyon Latour, but I heard he was quite popular in France. It was great to see a French director make a movie about the French revolution. I loved how the director used the famous newsreel footage to show the same events, and I loved the character of Pierre. His scenes were very moving. I am not a historian, so I can't comment on how accurate or not the events were. But I definitely felt that this movie was a very good representation of the events, and how they affected the lives of the people. It was a very honest movie, and I felt that the French people should see it. My rating for this movie is 8/10. It was definitely worth my money, and I would definitely see it again.

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Terry Barnes

This is a documentary about the struggle to keep the land of the Alaskan Native Americans in Alaska and how the US government fought to have the land transferred to the Alaskan Native Americans. It is a very interesting documentary and it tells a story that is not often told. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in this issue and who is familiar with the Alaska Native American's struggles to protect their land. It is a documentary that is well worth watching.

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I watched this movie after it was announced that Steven Spielberg would be returning to the director's chair, which I was dreading. Spielberg is a terrific filmmaker but this film could have been much more. I knew the political climate was not in favor of this film, but there was no way to predict what the movie would be about. I felt that the most effective way to present the most controversial events of the 50's is to make it as realistic as possible. The issues covered in this film were not the most relevant, but were not ignored. In fact, I was surprised how much the main characters of the movie had a positive impact on society. It would have been a huge mistake to ignore any of the stories that were covered in the film. This film should be placed in the same category as "Shane" and "Field of Dreams". It is very similar in its presentation of the real world and how it affected the people. I highly recommend this film.

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I have just returned from this film. I found it to be so great. It has been over 10 years since I saw it on cable TV, but I'm glad I saw it again. After seeing it in its original form, I would recommend it to anyone, and will definitely be watching it again to make up my mind about it. What I think makes this movie so great is the way the filmmaker has made a story about what it is to be a child in a dysfunctional family, but still able to do things that most children cannot. The only complaint I have is that they could have made it more dramatic. The ending was disappointing, but it is definitely worth a watch.

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Rachel Reed

Well, I was shocked to see how bad I had expected this movie to be. The director and a few of the cast and crew are quite notable. I must admit that I am a bit of a Robert Redford fan, so he probably got a lot of this movie from me. I have seen it several times, and it still seems to have the same impact on me as it did when I first saw it. The director seemed to give the movie a simple, but effective, story, and a good amount of detail. The actors are both good and bad, and the actors are likable. The only real flaw in the film is that it seems to have been a bit longer than it was supposed to be, but this is not an important problem in my opinion. As I said, the director is quite famous, and that surely makes it more interesting to see this movie. A lot of the people who see this film will be surprised and hopefully inspired by what they see. I think that the more the movie gets out, the better it will be. This movie, if you like it, is definitely worth seeing, and if you haven't seen it, you are sure to love it.

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Terry S.

This documentary was great. It is great because it shows how people can be so aware of what is going on, yet almost be oblivious to it. For instance, when they go to take the dog to the vet, they don't tell her she has a cold. So, they take her to the vet and then the dog starts sniffling. They leave the vet's office without noticing her cold. Not being aware of the symptoms of the illness, she starts to panic and go into the house to look for her "dog." What a strange way of letting her know that the dog is ill. But then, at the end, they explain the dogs symptoms and she goes to her grandmother and they explain her symptoms. This was a great documentary, I would recommend it to anyone.

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Deborah Nguyen

This film is a must see for all travellers on their way to the Mediterranean or if you are a native of those parts. It shows a lot of good information about the history of this place and it also shows the part played by our own people. It gives us a realistic view of the events that happened there. The filming was also very nice, because it was done in one place and with one cameraman. This gives the viewer a good feeling for this small country.

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Jack N.

This is a great documentary that keeps you interested from start to finish. You get to know the characters, and hear their stories. If you're a fan of the two main characters, you'll like this. The acting is top notch, as is the directing. It is a great insight into a once world, and it is well worth your time. I have never seen a documentary that did not show someone's own life, but I'm sure that is part of the documentary. I was surprised at how well it did this for a documentary. This documentary has a lot of heart, and will be a great addition to any collection. I recommend this to anyone who likes to learn a little bit more about the life of a band. The story of Pointe is a very special one, and it shows just how much music is in all of us.

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Eric P.

This film is an interesting take on the situation in Iraq. The issues raised by this film are relevant to many viewers. The film is very well made and the quality of the film is very high. However, the film is not easy to understand, and if you're like me, it takes a while to understand what is happening. This is a documentary film, so it may be difficult to get into for some viewers. If you're like me and want to see a good film about the situation in Iraq, I would highly recommend watching this film.

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Joe Gomez

I went to this film with my two nephews, ages 6 and 12. I was a little surprised to see how close the kids got to it, but I thought it would be a good movie to show them about the Ukraine, which I knew nothing about. So, they were able to understand a bit about the Ukraine and the situation in the country. The movie is about the terrible crimes that Ukrainians are forced to endure from the Russians. The filming is superb, the sound is also great. All of the actors are brilliant, especially Anna Volkova, and her brother Sergei is a great actor as well. You'll be laughing, you'll be crying, you'll be cheering. There's a lot of information in the movie, so you won't feel like you're missing anything. The documentary style really works, and it makes the film seem like it's happening right in your front seat. But the fact that it's really happening right in your front seat makes it more real. If you've ever had any connection with the Ukraine, and you really want to understand the story, I recommend you to see this movie. It will make you understand a little more about what's happening in the Ukraine.

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Eugene Robinson

I have to say this: I absolutely love this film! I watched it three times last night. The first time I watched it was the weekend I went to London, and I was expecting some B-rated action/violence, but this was much more than I expected. The second time I watched it was the following Monday, and I wasn't disappointed. I can't even remember the third time I watched it. In fact, I have only seen it once, and I'll try to remember to watch it again. I have to say I really enjoyed this film. I like it because it is different from all the other action films I have seen lately. It's not a super hero film, and it isn't a hero story. It's about a man who finds himself in a situation that he cannot escape from, and decides to do something about it. The film has a different tone than I expected. It is kind of a romantic film, but I would say it is not a love story. It is about a man who finds himself in a situation that he cannot escape from, and decides to do something about it. It is more about a man who is struggling with his demons than it is about a woman. There are some pretty intense scenes, but not a lot of violence. The most violent scene in the film was the fight scene with Darth Vader and Luke. It was really well done. The fight scene with Vader was the most intense in the film, and I think I could probably watch the entire film without getting bored of it. I think this movie is really great, and I would recommend it to anyone who likes to watch something different.

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Wow! This film is stunning, I've never seen anything like it before. If you haven't seen it, do yourself a favor and watch it. It is the best film I have ever seen in my life, and that's saying a lot for me. From the great soundtrack, to the soundtrack, to the acting, this film is a breath of fresh air. The whole package is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It really puts you in the situation that the rebels are in, but also the reality of the situation they are facing. The people in this film have had to struggle and fight for the last several years, and what you get to see is not only the soldiers, but the people who were there with them. As if they were back in the day. It makes you feel like you are living in the middle of what is happening on the ground. I truly hope this film makes it to theaters, because it deserves it. If you haven't seen it, then watch it. It is a must see. I truly can't recommend it enough.

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This is a very well made documentary about the French Revolution and the people who fought for it. I enjoyed the way the filmmakers showed the different viewpoints of the revolutionaries. This film is definitely worth watching.

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Diane Lawson

A great documentary, this was one of my favorites. A lot of times the big names we are hearing about are a part of the problem. But this documentary showed that all of the major corporations are not doing a very good job at their job. There is a big problem with how corporations use all of the information they get from consumers, and try to make money off of their information. Some of the arguments against corporations, are: "Consumers are stupid" or "How can you get a product if you don't have it? Isn't that the worst thing you can do? If you don't have it, you're stupid" or "You should be ashamed of your company". These types of statements are a part of the problem, and that is something that the movie needs to get out there and get these facts out there. If you ever want to see a movie that is amazing and made by those who care about the people and the world, then this is it. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who likes to see a documentary that shows the truth.

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Lisa O.

This is a film I was surprised to see getting an award in a "special interest" category. I have to admit that I am very biased in favor of the Quebec, but I also found the film to be very well done. I've seen a number of documentaries about the Montreal scene and I don't think there has been one that is as well done as this one. It shows the inside stories of the people involved in the fights and the organization that supported the fighters. I was surprised to see the fact that many of the fighters did not speak English, but I guess that's the way it was back then. There was a lot of detail in the story that was not captured in a few other documentaries. The actors were all very convincing. The fighting was the most well done aspect of the film. The editing was excellent and the interviews were very well done. The interviews were just as well done as the fighting. The fact that many of the fighters had never been to the local theaters or were in the fights for the first time, made the stories very relatable and you could feel the pain and struggles that the fighters had to endure. I think it was a very realistic portrayal of what it was like to fight for a living in that time period. There was a lot of footage of the fighters on the streets of Montreal, so that really helped the story to have a more real feel to it. This film was very well done. It really captured the lifestyle and the fighting for that time period. It was a very well made documentary. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is interested in the Montreal fighting scene. I think this film is very well worth seeing.

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Ashley M.

Most of the videos on Pointe are very interesting to watch. But I can't say the same for this one. This is not about Pointe, but about the WWII movies. That's why I like the first half of the movie so much. It shows us the history of Pointe, and also how the movie was made. It shows you how this movie was made, and how the director has integrated himself to the Pointe history, and the people of Pointe. The second half is more interesting and well-made. I liked the story of how the director had adapted his own life story to the Pointe Pointe movie. I was also impressed by the location of Pointe. I am from the area, and I saw the beautiful old house that was taken by the Nazis, so I enjoyed the whole story. I have seen many movies and documentaries about Pointe Pointe, but this one was the best. It has great documentary scenes and beautiful landscapes. I recommend it for all of us who want to know about Pointe Pointe.

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First, I have to say, I am a huge Howard Zieff fan. I am his great-great-great-great grandson and have been since I was 5. I grew up watching Howard on his show and knowing that his views on the subject of war were a minority view. I also have a brother who was killed in the Persian Gulf War. So I am very critical of the idea that this documentary was left out. The main criticism I had of the film is that it seemed to "just go along with the flow" and that Howard's words were not his own. I thought that the show was very entertaining and I am still entertained. I think that it is a little too long but the only thing I don't agree with is that Howard didn't do a great job telling his story. I think that some of the film showed Howard's words as if they were his own. I have read a few reviews that criticize the fact that Howard did not just talk about the war but he also talked about the politicians, the military, the religious group, and all sorts of issues. I have to say that Howard is very articulate and very interesting, but I don't think that the movie shows his words as his own. The interview with a former military advisor that Howard had was very interesting. I believe that it showed the opinion of a veteran who would have voted for a war resolution. I would have voted no for the war resolution but I am not a pacifist and I think that the film didn't show the pacifist side of the war. I would have voted yes if I lived at that time but it would have been different than my opinion. I have also read that Howard did not talk about the politics of the war, I think it would have been good to talk about that. This is not an objective film and you shouldn't judge a person based on what he or she does not say. People shouldn't be labeled as some kind of "dilbert" and I don't think that they should be. I hope that everyone can realize that the people in this documentary are actors and that the words that they speak are theirs. It is a great film and I think that it is a great show. I wish that they would put a rating system that would show that. I have been wanting to see this documentary since I saw the film on television and I am still looking forward to it.

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Jacqueline D.

I saw this documentary on the "Colbert Report" this afternoon. I don't usually write reviews, but I am writing one here because it was so well done. It was really powerful and engaging. I would not call it "action packed", but I don't think that is a bad thing. I hope the movie makes you think about this issue. If you do not, I hope you can see this documentary and do something about it. I think this is a good start.

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Christopher M.

I would like to say something positive about this film, and I'll try and keep it short. I really do believe that the US should not be involved in the war in Iraq. I have not been an avid supporter of George W Bush (or for that matter, his father) but I am a strong believer in the notion that the US should not commit itself to the problems of another country. I'm still looking for people who would agree with me on this point, but that's the only way I can really state my opinion. My main gripe with the US presence in Iraq is the fact that we were the first country to use the type of weapons that were used to kill the innocent civilians of Iraq in the Iraqi war. What is more tragic is that this country, along with others like France, Canada, and other countries, seem to have an interest in protecting the interests of a tiny nation who is a few minutes away from the United States. At the same time, we should not allow our citizens to be slaughtered at the hands of these weapons. I hope that a certain number of people will see this film and agree with me.

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Debra C.

This is an excellent film that brings to light the impact of the Iraq war on the people of Iraq. The film begins with a very interesting interview with former President George W. Bush. He is asked how he feels about the war. He responds by saying "It's hard to say, because it's hard to feel". This is a very interesting and well thought out statement. The film then jumps to the current situation in Iraq. It then goes on to talk to many of the Iraqi people who have had to deal with the war. This is an excellent film that should be seen by everyone.

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Joseph G.

If you want to know what the real issues are and how they are being addressed in our society, then this is a great documentary. The interviewees are diverse and include former politicians, parents, religious leaders, and even a former president of the United States. It is a really enlightening look at the way we are dealing with the problems of poverty, racism, and the environment. I think it is really important to show the way in which these issues are being addressed in the United States and other countries. This documentary is not about politics, but about what we are doing as a society. We need to start listening to the voices of the people and start working together to solve these issues. This is an important documentary that should be seen by everyone. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to know more about these issues. It is a must see!

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Tiffany Armstrong

As a teacher of Global Health who has taught Global Health in my School for 25 years I feel I have been able to show and inspire other teachers to be more educated and seek to change the world for the better. The first time I watched the movie I was scared. The movie seemed like a real documentary. I was moved to tears and it has touched me so much. There is nothing like experiencing the human struggle and the life style we live. The story of a group of kids in England who are having a natural disaster and the outpouring of love and support from everyone is so beautiful. One child named Jimmy doesn't believe the doctors in the hospital. His first response is to go on the streets and pick up whatever he can find and ride his bike. At the end of the movie when he tells the doctor "He's crazy, he can't help himself" and he is asked what he means. He says, "He's trying to help." It was such a beautiful and thought provoking comment that made me wonder what the human condition is like. I would love to find out and have the opportunity to know a little more about the people and places the filmmakers were able to travel to. I would recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys documentaries.

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This is an excellent film, although it is based on a true story. I'm a big fan of the 3 Mule Team and "Knockout", so I got hooked on this film. The life of these bad guys is portrayed well, and I can't recommend this film enough. It will make you want to be a badass. But you don't have to be a real Badass to watch this movie. This movie is designed to be viewed by people who know the story behind these guys. The movie is broken up into chapters with information on each. The 5 bad guys in the movie, whom we see do all the killing, are their real names, and you will be able to tell who they are based on their clothes. They are fictional, but I can assure you they were real Badasses. The battle scenes are amazing. I saw the actual footage for the first time when I was 13, and it blew my mind. This movie is definitely worth seeing, even if you don't like the Badass lifestyle. It's a great time. Go see it.

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Joseph D.

I watched this film in an English class at a school in the north of England, and it was one of the best films I've seen in a long time. The subjects covered in the film were absolutely fascinating. The film was produced by a group of students, and it was amazing to see the passion and commitment these students put into making this film. They spent months writing, and then they spent months filming, and they even spent months editing it. The students also put a lot of effort into making this film, and it shows. This is definitely a film that I can watch over and over again, and it will never get old. It's so well made, and the subjects it covers are so interesting. I hope to see more films like this one. I give this film an A+.

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Alice H.

A cautionary tale about the 'first' commercial real-estate development in Los Angeles. I was more than impressed with the story and the behind-the-scenes documentary work. As the story develops, it's clear that the general public was never consulted. In a city where development is done by a small group of people (and there are very few of them), this raises a major concern. But I think the public doesn't have to be consulted for this story to be told. I think the public has a right to know how and why these people came up with a vision of Los Angeles that is not realistic. I also think the public should know how this vision was developed, and how it was turned into a reality, as the development would never have happened without the public's participation.

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This is the most interesting and moving documentary I have ever seen. It really makes you think about what you do and why you do it. It's a great film. I would highly recommend it.

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Jack Daniels

This documentary is a must-see for all people who want to know more about the history of the Revolutionary War. The film is very well made, with a very compelling story, and is filled with historical facts. The acting is excellent, with the only real drawback being that the first half of the film is a bit slow. But the story is so compelling, it's hard to say what's missing. There are several historical points that are not fully explained, and this is why this documentary is so valuable. If you are not familiar with the history of the American Revolution, or are not interested in the history of the American Revolution, you should definitely see this film. I am interested in seeing the film for other reasons, but I can't wait to see it again.

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Ruth Gilbert

I think this is one of the most well done documentaries I've ever seen. I'm not sure how it got so low rated but I think that's a joke. I have seen the original and I thought it was great, but I wasn't sure what the sequel would be like. But I was completely blown away by this movie. It was so well done, I think it should be nominated for an Oscar. The acting was fantastic, the cinematography was great, the script was awesome. It was a great story and it was done in such a way that it was understandable. I think it was just as good as the original and I would recommend it to anyone who has never seen the original.

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Lisa Williamson

It was great to see a documentary that examined one of the great social movements in American history. With no spoilers, I'm sure you can see it from the perspective of a liberal, progressive, intellectual, like myself. People can identify with the millions of people who were at the right-wing press conference, protesting the Nixon Administration's Vietnam War policy. It was interesting to see the differences between the public and the press. It was a good documentary, and I recommend it highly.

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Overall this is a great film and will be talked about for years to come. I only wish I had seen it years ago when I was a teenager when I had had the opportunity to live in a foreign country and experience a different culture. It shows us the challenges and rewards of traveling across continents and the obstacles and opportunities of living and working in a foreign country.

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Stephanie S.

I was very impressed with the first half of this documentary, which started with the Bill Clinton's interview and moved through the history of the movie. After that, it was a roller-coaster of emotions. I loved the characters and the story of the film. I was so touched by this documentary, that I wanted to listen to the second part. However, the first part had some very important things that could have been included. First of all, it could have added a little bit of information about the history of the George W. Bush family. The documentary focused so much on the political "feel" of the family. It was very nice that they showed the political personalities of the family and their personal opinions. But, once again, the fact that the Bush family are not very known in the world, made me a bit disappointed about that. That should have been included in the second part. The second part is an incredible mix of events and feelings of this movie. You can't help but be moved by the passion and power of the people that were interviewed. It is an amazing film. You can't help but be touched and moved by it.

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I think this is a very well made film. The acting is superb. All of the film is directed with such skill and perfect timing that I feel it is a "must see" for any film fan. The sound of the film is crystal clear and perfect, as is the visual aspect of the film. I will see this film again. I think the director did an excellent job and would like to see more like this from him.

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I just got back from watching Rebel on Pointe. This is a very good documentary, it's pretty easy to follow. It has good footage, interviews and features a lot of interviews with people that are already on the Rebel movement. This documentary is aimed at making a bigger impact, this documentary is pretty much a look at what Rebel is and how it has grown in the past 3 years. The interviews are very interesting and you get to know the people involved in this movement very well. I liked the overall look of this documentary, it was very diverse. It had interviews with supporters, critics, people in power and people that don't really seem to be that involved in this movement. This documentary is mostly a look at what it's like for people to come together to fight for what they believe in, and what it's like to be an active part of this movement. It is told in a very intimate way and if you are a Rebel supporter, you will feel a connection with some of the people in the documentary. I also liked that it was told in a non-biased way and that it didn't come across as a biased documentary. If you are a Rebel supporter, you will feel a connection with some of the interviews. I would recommend this documentary to anyone interested in the Rebel movement and what it is all about.

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This film is a compilation of some of the very best of the old school anti-war, anti-war film that we've ever seen. It's a terrific look at the early 90s and the anti-war movement. It's the best of the so-called "New Wave" films of the 80s and is even more relevant now than it was then. For those of us who didn't get to see all the New Wave films, this is a great introduction to the film that is more than just a compilation of stories. It's a great look into the social movement and the anti-war movement at the same time. It's more than just a documentary on the subject of Vietnam. It's a look into the history of the anti-war movement, and the film's soundtrack features tracks from people like Paul Simon, Charles Aznavour, Linda Ronstadt, Kurt Cobain, and more. If you've ever been interested in the anti-war movement, this is a great place to start.

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Diane P.

You might find this movie informative and educational, but if you don't feel as if you have enough information to fully grasp the themes of this film, it might be frustrating. One of the best parts of this film is the integration of the history of the 1960s civil rights movement into a documentary style of presentation. This film is great for anyone with a history background to gain a deeper understanding of the issues and issues that we have come to expect from documentaries.

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Gary Bradley

One of the best documentaries I've seen in years. Although it may not be very graphic, it's about the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, and what is the solution. It has a great message for people who are looking for answers and it's very easy to watch and understand. It's also extremely entertaining and well-made. The editing is perfect, the actors are very believable, and the style is interesting and stylish. What I particularly liked was that they incorporated a lot of the music that is popular today. The problem with most documentaries, is that the stories are often just a lot of anecdotes, and not a lot of action. This one is different. They were able to show a lot of action that wasn't just just a lot of anecdotes. I also like how the filmmakers used the New York and Los Angeles music that is popular today. It fits the style and the tone of the documentary. Overall, it's an excellent documentary. If you want to know what is happening to teenagers today and how they are affected by drugs and alcohol, it is definitely worth a watch. I would also like to add that this is the only documentary I've ever seen that had no people from the parents or the kids in it. It is also the only documentary that has the director and the storyteller playing for the audience and the audience being completely in the dark.

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I loved this movie, and it was a wonderful documentary. If you like documentaries, watch it! I was blown away by how good the documentary was, and how much it touched me. I also enjoyed how it was done, which made the movie more personal. The interviews were done as they were, but also with a bit of personality. The music and graphics were also very well done. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is interested in learning more about what it takes to live and work on the border with Mexico. And I would also like to say, for those of you who don't like the idea of immigration, this film is definitely for you. I hope you will watch it and learn about it, and to also have the time to watch it again.

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Just finished watching this amazing movie. It was so wonderful and inspiring. I would suggest that anyone interested in our country to watch this movie. I am a citizen of the United States and am also an environmental activist. The movie makes you feel the fear of not knowing what is really going on in the land and the way the government is trying to keep you from knowing what is happening. The way that they create the films is amazing and inspiring. This film will make you question what your government is really doing. Watch the movie and then go to your local university, you will be amazed to see the amazing work that students are doing to make a difference. It is a great movie to watch and it is also a great movie to learn from. The movie also made me appreciate the importance of the land and the way that we are using it and what it could be used for. I am impressed that this film was made. It was done by the students and I can't imagine what this movie could have done without them. Watch the movie and then go out and take care of the land. I hope you get a chance to watch this movie. Thank you. -Nicole

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Phillip B.

The movie will disappoint many of the people who are expecting a special effects fest like the special edition of The Phantom Menace. If you have seen the special edition of The Phantom Menace, this movie will not hold up. As a special effects fan, I loved it, but it wasn't like the special edition. The acting was excellent. I felt that the acting in this movie was what you would expect from a movie with Star Wars and the same acting style of the special edition. This movie will surprise you. I would like to see how many people actually have watched this movie and are like, "Oh that was soooooo good." I know I will have a lot of people asking me for a copy. This movie will go down in history as a classic.

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Rachel Howard

In August 1992, David Chesney, a former war reporter and a conscientious objector, was discharged from the U.S. Army after an 18-month tour in Vietnam. He now has a new camera in his apartment, and is trying to shoot a documentary about the Gulf War. His efforts to gain access to the conflict, and the war itself, are largely thwarted by his superiors. He is not interested in telling the story of the war, but rather, in showing the events in a rather morbid way. The documentary is not a depressing one, but one that seems to put the viewer in the situation of the characters and their fear and distrust of each other. In fact, it shows the gulf war in a very sober and realistic way. The film is not meant to be an indictment of the war, but rather a telling of the story of a man who has been struggling to tell the story of the war. If you are looking for a depiction of the war, there are many other movies and documentaries available to you. If you are looking for an exploration of the war itself, then you should watch this film. I give it a 9/10.

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This is a very informative documentary about the shooting of the Iraq war. The filmmakers took an interesting approach in showing the conflicting opinions about the war. The most obvious one is the one that has to do with the invasion itself, which is shown in a very different way. The other side is presented in a very different way, which is the opinion of the American people, and the people who are directly affected by the war. I think that the film is very important and deserves more attention. It is very interesting and informative. I would recommend it to everyone.

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I found this film to be very interesting, not only because it is a documentary but also because it was a look at the people who work for the company that made the film. They were all very friendly and helpful and seemed very knowledgeable about the history of Pointe-a company that has become a big part of the community. I enjoyed the film and would definitely recommend it to anyone who enjoys documentaries.

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Carolyn C.

It is a great story about the people of the village and how they are affected by the occupation. The footage is well filmed, the story is inspiring and the village is portrayed with great sensitivity. I'm glad to see that the people of the village are still alive and well. It is a good thing to see the documentary in this way.

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This is a great documentary about the true history of the world war II and how it affected the people in the areas it impacted. The film has a great perspective on the men who fought in the war and their families. This film is really inspirational and makes you feel like you are part of the war and you really feel the pain and the loss of life. It is a must see for anyone who wants to learn about the history of the war and the men who fought in it. The film also has a great message about the importance of education in our society. This is a great film and it really should be on the top 250 list.

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Ruth Gardner

Some things never change. The Middle East has always been a region fraught with conflict. The people are divided between a moderate opposition and extremist forces. The former, supported by the United States, has been successful in many countries in the Middle East. The extremists have been successful in many countries in the Middle East, as well. The American government has attempted to counter this, and with success, as evidenced by the overthrow of the Taliban in Afghanistan, the government in Iraq, and the government in Libya. This is a subject that has not been addressed here in the U.S. of A. I don't know that the government of Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, or the United States could have stopped the advance of extremists. But, I do know that Americans would have been better served if we had not intervened in Libya. I think the best thing we can do to help the people in Egypt is to encourage the moderate forces to go to the polls, and the people in Libya to stay put.

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Megan Hughes

This is the first of two movies I've seen by the young filmmaker "Zebrasn" where he explores a theme that is unique to South Africa. First and foremost, it's the best film ever made about the changing face of South Africa. It is a short film that lasts only 1.5 hours and has two main characters, one male and one female. Both are extremely young. The male is a filmmaker and has just finished a feature film. He's very good at what he does. He takes photos, he's a self-professed foodie, he works with his camera, and he's into what he does. He's trying to make a film about his hometown and he's just getting started. But he can't get the funding. He's like a fly on the wall of South Africa and he is the closest thing to a voice from the ground. The female filmmaker is also working on a film, but she's a newlywed with a young child. She's also very young and she's a bit of an oddity in South Africa. She's very quiet and introverted, but she has a very passionate interest in photography and what she does. She's on her way to make her first feature film. It's all about these two protagonists and the things they do to see the world. They can't find any way to make a film. The two have only known each other for a few weeks and it's already been a month since they met. But they have to be friends. It's a coming-of-age film. They're starting to get used to each other. They don't have to be friends. They just need to be able to communicate. And the beginning of their relationship is really about love. It's about how they communicate with each other and their love. It's very open and honest. It's about how they want to meet and how they're going to meet. It's also a little bit about the men in their lives. I think this is the first time that I've seen a film with a male protagonist who is the same age as the female protagonist. It is also the first film with a female protagonist who is more of a musician than a filmmaker. She's a musician and she's also an actress. I think it's an important film because it has a strong message. It doesn't tell you anything new about South Africa. It doesn't tell you how to feel or what to do. It just tells you how to feel and how to live your life. I think it's a really important film because it's really well done and it's just really well

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Debra H.

The movie is basically about the people that want to make a revolution in the USA but the big corporations and the government won't listen to them. In order to make a change we need a people who are ready to be revolutionary and don't have to be too smart. That's why we have to use the Internet to get more people involved and get them interested in the cause. The other thing that is important is that we need to get people to be aware that we are living in a democracy. That means that we don't need to have some of the other countries in the world who want to make the world a dictatorship. So, go to the theaters and get some popcorn, sit back and watch this movie.

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Lawrence Williamson

This is the best documentary I have ever seen. The film is very moving and tells a very powerful story. I would have preferred if there were more on the Jewish side, but I suppose that could have been changed to make it more of a factual documentary. It's a shame that it's been in French, but that doesn't change the story. It's very sad that so many people died trying to help this people and their struggle for freedom. A special mention should be given to the photographer who shot the film. He was a very good one and very professional. He was an inspiration to me and I hope that he receives some recognition from the French Government. I really hope that France will take up this issue again.

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Donald B.

I think this is one of the best films about the situation on the "Navy Seals" that I have ever seen. It is not easy to find a way to look at the problems that the Seals had to face, and the problems that the military, government, and even the public have to face when the truth comes out about the behavior of the Seal team. I think it is important to note that the Seal team was led by a relatively inexperienced group of people, and they did a lot of dumb things, and made mistakes, that most people would never make. But for the most part, the Seal team was a very professional group of people, who put their lives on the line to protect their country. When they went to Iraq, they were really at the mercy of the local people, and were being confronted with a society that was ruled by a corrupt regime, who did not respect the rule of law, and were always looking for ways to justify the killing of civilians. The Seal team was forced to make some very difficult decisions, which many other professional military units would have made, but that they did not. It is a very good film, and I recommend it highly to anyone who wants to see an interesting story about the SEALs.

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Rebecca Nguyen

This is a really interesting documentary about how a city in the heart of France became a liberal refuge for freedom fighters in the 80's. The film begins with how the Japanese bombed the city and the subsequent events that ensued, followed by the more recent events. The bombings and the occupation of the city have been dramatized in the film as well. The film does a good job at getting you interested in what the people of Pointe do. I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in a "before" and "after" of a great piece of French history.

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Jessica Sims

This is a wonderful documentary about how the French workers of the early 40s, took on the French employers that they had to deal with. They believed that they had to take on a certain amount of authority because they had to (many in this film say they took on too much authority, even though they were not bosses). They felt like workers before a revolution, with the social hierarchy of the previous system, which could only be overthrown through workers self-organization and so-called "dictatorship". The documentary is a kind of lesson in French history of the people who believe that they are part of something much larger than themselves and who have the right to take on a certain amount of authority. The French workers who wrote the constitution have a similar feeling, but they have never been really willing to take on the big bosses. This movie is very interesting and is a great documentary about the French workers' belief in their own moral right to take on authority.

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Angela B.

A solid documentary about the development of the city of Pointe Coupee. It's not very long but it covers many important things about the city. It's definitely worth a watch. It's not really a documentary about the pointe coupee itself but it does include a lot of interviews and footage. It does not contain the usual documentary style but it's still very entertaining. There are some interesting and amusing anecdotes about the Pointe Coupee. It's a good documentary and you should definitely watch it.

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Ryan Lawson

The film is a good look at the early days of the B-movie industry and the cultural impact it had on the American public. The acting is good, and the story is solid. However, it's not a film that I would recommend to anyone.

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Alice W.

We met at a Women in Aviation conference in Australia. There was a lull in the conversation as we talked about the history of aviation and it was a matter of moments that we all could agree on. It was then that I heard that a book was coming out on aviation, written by Helen Taft. I really wanted to read it, so decided to look for a good copy. I found a copy of this book at a local library. I read the book, and very much enjoyed it. It is very well written, has excellent photography, excellent interviews and is balanced in both a positive and negative sense. It is not a liberal film, but it does highlight the positive aspects of aviation. As a former astronaut, and a very concerned citizen, I found the article on which the movie is based very informative. I hope the movie is made into a series. I feel that a new generation will be exposed to aviation history. I found it to be interesting, well written and informative. It's not an inspirational movie, but it is an interesting documentary on aviation. As an aviator myself, I was happy to see a new movie. I would like to see a second movie. I would have loved to have seen it made into a series.

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Katherine Moreno

I don't have a problem with people not wanting to know the truth about the government, because we all know it's all a lie. This movie was very interesting and I think it should be shown to everyone because it will change people's minds and show that there are many people out there that want a different world for the better. I can't believe how this movie has been received, it was very well done and I think it was put together very well and I think the people that didn't like it were just trying to be politically correct, which is completely wrong and not to be taken seriously. The movie wasn't too long and it really moved me, it was very interesting and I feel that it's very important for people to see this movie and I think people should see it.

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A documentary that focuses on the fight for the rights of the LGBT community in Haiti, and how the Haitian government has been both slow and ineffective in supporting the movement. The documentary looks at the movement from the start, with interviews from some of the activists and their supporters, including the mayor of Port-au-Prince, and the head of the anti-gay group. It also takes a look at the work of the government and the different types of groups that support the movement. The documentary is very interesting, and shows the issues and the work that has been done in Haiti. It's a very good documentary that should be seen.