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(214) 7.1 86 min 2017

Mr. Chibbs is a movie starring Kenny Anderson, Natasha Anderson, and Nate Archibald. "Mr. Chibbs" is an observational feature length documentary that follows NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson, in the midst of a mid life crisis, dealing...

Natasha Anderson, Nate Archibald, Kenny Anderson, Tiki Barber
Jill Campbell

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Jill Campbell
Writer Jill Campbell
Stars Natasha Anderson, Nate Archibald, Kenny Anderson, Tiki Barber
Country USA
Runtime 1H 26M
Description This observational documentary follows NYC basketball prodigy and retired NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson in the midst a mid-life crisis and on a journey to find himself. Reeling from his mother's death and a subsequent DUI, "Chibbs" visits people and arenas from his past, confronting haunting memories of alcoholism and abuse, ultimately finding solace in becoming the father he never had time to be. Combining unseen archival footage with raw moments of reflection, "Mr. Chibbs" explores what an athlete goes through once their talent fades and they are forced to face who they will be for the rest of their lives.

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Sunday, 19 Jul 2020 19:14

The move is based on the real life story of John Paul Getty, the founder of Getty Images. As the movie opens it shows the lives of Paul Getty and his fellow employees, who work in the Getty Center in Los Angeles, and who are now facing retirement and who have to start to move on with their lives. The Getty images will be lost, because in this film they are all young. Getty does not have the power anymore to control what happens to his images, or if they are ever going to be saved. John Paul Getty's daughter Helen has been keeping these images safe, and having a safe place for them to be saved, even for people to help in their own time. When she feels that she is losing her father she believes in the idea, and gives them to her father, even though it does not seem like her father can really accept the idea. Paul Getty is portrayed as a person who is still here, and who understands that there is always something that cannot be taken away from him, if only for a time. Helen, in her own way, is having a similar problem, and is also having a change of the days in her life. This is the story of an individual who has to make the decisions, and take the responsibility to look after his images, and because of that he has to sacrifice everything in his life. In some cases, he is being too nice, with people who do not understand what is happening to his images, because this is not possible. Getty is the voice for the Getty's, and for Helen's daughter. She is giving up everything in her life, to care for the Getty's. John Paul Getty is the voice for all people who have a passion for taking their images to the next generation. The Getty images that are being saved are images that will be remembered forever, because there is not much of a way for people to find out what is going on to these images. The idea of letting all of Getty's images be saved is not a simple one, and this film brings this to the film. Helen is not able to do anything in her own time, because of the dangers that face her, as well as the dangers facing John Paul Getty. Both of them are being too nice, and this is what is stopping them from fulfilling their mission, and keeping these images safe. There are still some images that cannot be saved, and they are being replaced by more, that will be available to the general public, because the images are being replaced by other, which will be available
Tuesday, 14 Jul 2020 07:38

The documentary shows more than a half dozen large multinational companies involved in exporting their products from Thailand to China. Some of the companies are huge corporations and some are very small. In total, there are more than 200 companies involved, and their deals have been done through the world's largest market, China. The companies also deal with domestic consumers in China, who buy the products, as well as Chinese exporters. It is this market that gives the companies the economic freedom to pursue their business abroad. So, there is a great deal of concern for their safety, because there are no controls to ensure that these goods are not coming into China. But, there are some regulations to regulate the safety of the products, and these regulations are a little difficult to implement. One of the companies was the Dalian Fengrui Group, which is well-known for its manufacturing of watches. The documentary goes into the financial arrangements of the company, which has a combined profit of more than 40 billion US dollars. This is the best known company in this area. After the China-wide financial crisis, the company decided to consolidate its business, and it is now a large firm. It has a profit of over 40 billion US dollars, but it has given no assurances about its safety. The safety of its products are no longer guaranteed by the company, and they are out on the market. The company also suffered a spectacular fire in 2011. In some parts of China, the same situation is happening. The documentary is on the top of its form. One can understand the seriousness of the company, but they can also understand the pain of the company. The documentary was carefully filmed, and it shows the strength of the business as well as the other problems of the company. It also shows the efforts of the government and its regulations. One of the main recommendations of the documentary is to make sure that Chinese consumers do not get to purchase these products. So, China is not a place where the brands are very important, and it is best for Chinese consumers to avoid these products. The documentary also shows the deep hatred of the Chinese people for the companies, and this hatred is strong enough to cause even a war between the two countries. I recommend that this film is one of the best documentaries in recent years. It is very good for the Chinese consumers, who should know to avoid Chinese brands and products. The documentary has been nominated for the best documentary Oscar, and I strongly recommend that this film is seen in China, in particular, to those who are concerned about the safety of
Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 15:44

The second installment of the drama "The Turner Diaries" is a mere excuse to see the "top of the barrel" here. The picture stars everyone's favorite masked avenger, Christopher Walken as an infamous gangster, The Turner, who is serving life in prison. He decides to get the lowdown on all the pimping and rape (among other things) he does in prison. The complete lack of being able to say that he has done anything wrong seems to serve as an excellent artistic statement. The guy is so hell bent on being moral that he ignores the moral question posed to him. He does not know any better, and all he cares about is making money for his personal drug dealing group. He just wants to make a buck for the others who were once close to him. But hey, what's new.you do know, it's not always a bad thing to do that, right? So, he does all this pimping and raping, and suddenly you feel sympathy for the guy, and the reality of his situation seems to put in a new light. Then again, maybe it wasn't meant to. What I really wanted to know is what was the point of the documentary. It could have been a very interesting documentary, but all we get is what is on screen. Walken is certainly better here than in "The Phantom of the Opera" as well as "All the president's Men" (I thought that was the only documentary I've ever seen that was better, though). Walken seems to be enjoying this role, and apparently the "phantom" was more fun to watch in "Chinatown" (he was the phantoms under the street lights). It's one thing to pretend to be moral while being "bad" all the time, but in a documentary about a criminal and his story, to show him as a hypocrite would have been more interesting, especially since the subject matter would have helped to depict that character better. There is a scene where he sees the hole in his pants that he had done all that pimping and raping, and he says something like, "I see what I did was wrong." I think there should have been a bit more insight into that character as well, because he has certainly done a lot of things right in his life, and it seemed like there were more things that the guy should have explained. So, maybe I'm being harsh. The film is good, and I did enjoy the documentary aspect, but the picture feels very
Sunday, 24 May 2020 08:47

I'm not sure how this film was received by the mainstream, but it's certainly not mainstream for the reasons I'm about to explain. I'm a big fan of Mick Garris, but I just don't care for the lyrics to his songs. I find them to be tasteless and completely over-the-top and have absolutely no appreciation for them. So much so that it really takes some concentration to watch his interviews, but it's one thing to make fun of a celebrity (but not in the way of being mean), but another to not only do so, but to seem like a drunk. "Bizarre" seems to be a word of judgement rather than a description of the film. People might think it's rude, but I don't agree. A little bit of unhinged personality does not equal a mean person, and we must consider the context of the interview. There is a reason why it's usually in the same room as the singer or the guy on stage. And this is such a small part of the movie that if you really think about it, it's much funnier than "Muscle Shoals" or "Whiplash." For those who haven't seen these films, this documentary really isn't for you. It's a review, and it's a very, very serious one. You really have to be extremely tolerant of people who don't appreciate your culture, or even just to think that anyone who does should consider themselves in a different category. It's an annoying habit that can be very annoying if you're not prepared for it, but there are no apologies, because it's actually fun. If you like "Young Jesus" or "I Am Nothing" this is definitely worth checking out, but for the rest of us, watch it and see how the story is told.
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 17:46

Perhaps in the mid-1960's, or the mid-1970's, before the influence of the TV show Alias, they were simply being sent off to prison in Texas. But the first, and the only, female convict to be portrayed on screen was Roberta Gregory (in 1974, she had a minor role in the TV show The Twelve Chairs), in 1985's The Last House on the Left, and she certainly had a small, but important role in The Trial of the Century, which I discovered recently on video. Her performance in this film (which was written and directed by a woman) is superb. I feel somewhat ashamed that the director, Shari Springer-Young, is a man, as he has obviously not had much experience in the field of women's film-making. One feels that there are some gaps in his history as an actress. If I may refer the readers to another similar film, Mamie Van Doren's New Jack City, which premiered on TV in 1968, which was based on a short story by the same name. It was directed by Elmer Bernstein, who has a reputation for very successful films with women, and it seems that he has made a career as a director, but then again, in what way? I would have liked to have seen his performance, but perhaps he will be up for a different kind of award someday, perhaps a Lifetime Achievement Award. I would also have liked to have seen his performance in any of the women's movies that he has made. Because of his lack of experience, this movie, about a woman who is sent to prison after a conviction for killing her boyfriend, comes off more like a documentary than a movie. For the most part, it is very disjointed, and seems to go from one story to another, with no real resolution, and a lot of empty space between each story. One story includes a prison-reform activist, the mother of a young girl who was raped by a guard and then sentenced to a "drunken girl" program, as if the director needed to get some background information. Another story involves a lesbian couple who escaped prison, and found refuge in a small town. They eventually return to prison, and when they are released, they have changed their name from a derogatory name to a better one. The director has done a service for women who were arrested, but were not convicted of a crime, by showing their plight. In the last two stories, there is a good deal of commentary, but at the end
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 15:01

This is a great little film about the trail of the infamous John Chibbs, an American motorcycle gang leader, who terrorized and murdered the American Jewish community during the 1940's and '50's. Chibbs was a serial killer who moved his gang members and associates from place to place, and he had a knack for committing a number of different types of crimes. In Los Angeles, he used the Jewish community's extensive lists of mobsters, to find out where his enemies were living. But, it was also during this period in the country, that the United States became the nation of laws, as did Germany and Britain. The only difference is that in the United States, someone is eventually brought to justice, because that is what the legal system does. On the other hand, Germany and England, were doing things that were totally different. Germany's laws were strict and very thorough. England's laws were more open and even more tolerant. Another difference was that in Germany and England, it was illegal to look for somebody who might be "in hiding". You could go to prison for that, but in America, you could look for somebody who was hiding, but you could not. The same goes for France, which had very different laws than the United States. The difference was that the French system was somewhat less lenient than the American system. The film's running time of four and a half hours is a little too long, and I found it a little boring. That is, until I learned about the killers of John Chibbs. The criminals who committed the murders were executed, or put to death, in different ways. In America, we kept a great deal of information about the crime committed by Chibbs, until the assassination of the actor John Wayne, but we did not keep any information about the rest of the gang. This would have been a very interesting subject, if the film was not being told from the point of view of Chibbs. The film is not just about his career in gangsterism. It's also about his adventures in a variety of other subjects. I liked this film very much, but it is probably not one I would recommend to my friends. My vote for The Big Noise is seven. Title (Brazil): "O Buen Problim" ("The Beast of Fear")

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