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(287) 6.3 96 min 2018

Game Changers is a TV movie starring Alex Trebek, J.D. Roth, and Ken Jennings. Alex Trebek hosts a documentary about television game shows featuring interviews with a number of game show hosts and producers.

Gary Dawson, Alex Trebek, Ken Jennings, J.D. Roth
J. Craig Thompson

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director J. Craig Thompson
Writer J. Craig Thompson
Stars Gary Dawson, Alex Trebek, Ken Jennings, J.D. Roth
Country USA
Also Known As Alex Trebek's Game Changers
Runtime 1H 36M
Description Alex Trebek hosts a documentary about television game shows featuring interviews with a number of game show hosts and producers.

Top reviews

Thursday, 16 Jul 2020 18:22

I have just watched this movie last night and what I thought was a rather boring film did not last very long at all, and it felt like I was missing out on something, that might have been interesting but just wasn't. What I did get however was a good insight into what some of the world's biggest banks have been doing and what they are all up to, they make a lot of money, but they seem to do little of anything worthwhile with it. A lot of the greed shown here is for the financial wealth they possess, but what they are doing is making a huge mess in the world, with the loss of many lives, both in this country and worldwide. One of the greatest lessons of this film is to use your knowledge of the issues involved to find solutions, for example, if you are the head of the world's biggest bank, and you see that the bank is making a fortune from the sale of oil and gas, and the greed is enormous, then what do you do? This film really got to me, and made me think about what I am doing every day, where do I put my money? How much money do I really have, and do I need to be running it for something, or is it just enough for me to buy a cup of coffee or a cup of tea or take a walk on the beach? To these questions I would like to say a big thank you to Professor Chomsky for allowing me to see this film. I would have not known of the material he has been giving, but he has given me a lot of insight into the way things work. I hope this is the best film I have ever seen, and will remember it for the rest of my life.
Sunday, 12 Jul 2020 20:09

This documentary isn't your standard documentary about people who are fighting. This documentary isn't even about life or the people in it. This documentary is about a group of people who have been in some sort of homelessness in a sort of homeless environment. Most of the people in this documentary have been in a prison or have been living on the street and are essentially "already dead." This documentary doesn't focus on the individual lives of the people in it, instead it focuses on the individuals and their struggles to keep living, the times they need to be in the outside world, and their various illnesses that sometimes manifest themselves as loneliness and physical pain. It also covers the intersections between religion, culture, and homelessness. The documentary is a great example of the unique position that homeless individuals have to be in while also providing some information about the problems that homeless people face every day, whether it be from the outside world, the inside world, or a combination of both. This documentary is an important document that has the potential to have a positive impact on a person's life, whether or not that person is homeless. Overall this documentary is well done, the stories are well told, and it presents a very clear view of the homeless world we live in, and helps to spread some good information. This documentary is worth seeing if you are a person who is interested in the issues related to homeless people. I would recommend this film to anyone who is into the issues that homeless people face.
Saturday, 04 Jul 2020 23:44

Dont miss this if you are thinking of buying a projector or new PC or Mac. It is not meant to be a tutorial on how to make a projector or even an expensive one. What is written in this DVD is just a case of facts to say, you are making things just fine. This is an education, a guide to see how much more fun you can have with your home video projector. There are 3 sections that follow. 1. How to get started on your projectors with any software. 2. How to fix the new and very powerful computer. 3. How to get the best projector from a big company, even if you are just a college student. It gives you a lot of information on the best ways to install a projector. It also contains a lot of fun advice. The company that produced this DVD does not make the projector at the beginning of the DVD, but the projector is a very large thing, about the size of an average desk or table. It seems a lot smaller than it actually is. At the end, they explain that, "most of the problems we ran into were around projector size". The projector itself is a thing of beauty, very sleek. It is a four track projector, which means, they run two of the drive units at once, which is a big improvement over a standard 2 track projectors. Most of the people I have talked to agree that the resolution of the projector is better than what is seen in home theaters. Most of the people who are happy with their projectors are high end. They will tell you how happy they are. One thing that was very annoying was the lack of connectivity. That was not necessary. The projector works perfectly well with an Ethernet connection. It does not need to have a good signal to be able to function. The sound is also very good. They use a lot of English and American English. The sound, especially when the projector is set to go on and off, is amazing. There are a lot of people who will enjoy this DVD, especially if you have an older projector and want to see how much you have improved it. This DVD was also made with only the best part of my projectors and the system I was going to buy. This was a very good first project. I am looking forward to purchasing more projects, but I can't wait until the time comes. Highly recommended.
Wednesday, 01 Jul 2020 01:31

Today, September 19th, our annual Prisoner of Conscience tribute was held. The process was incredible. I had not felt the camaraderie of family and friends for a long time. The response from my fellow prisoners was incredible. We talked about events, learned about our fellows, loved, and admired them. For me, this was an amazing gift from God. On a more personal note, I have always felt that we were being held captive by our country. I never knew what it felt like to have the power to kill us and imprison us. We are taught to protect and "protect and serve". The full extent of this power is exposed when we have "K and A's". We are given the power to fire a gun, or kill, but are not given the power to "D and D". We are not given the right to make our own decisions about whether to live or die. I felt that I was going to become like some prison survivor and some prison official, I thought that the film would show me what life was like, how we "escape" and seek freedom, or how some people are like prisoners. The film ended and everyone applauded. Thank you to all who made this happen. The film was wonderful. The presentation was great. I am not sure how to describe the film. I watched it again just today. I believe that the film had the power to awaken the deep parts of my soul. My heart and mind were open and no longer contained by the prison walls. I am grateful that I was able to have this film on tape. I would like to thank all of those who had the guts to make this happen. The prisoners were freed from prison, not the prisoners from prison. I would also like to thank all of those who donated to this film. I wish I could say thank you, but I will need time to think about the generosity. It truly is a blessing to be able to see this film. Thank you.
Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020 10:50

The one thing that I loved about this movie was the fact that it was no more about the substance of religion and religious beliefs, but it showed the absurdity of it all. The filmmakers clearly portray what a genuine religious leader is like and what he/she has gone through in his/her life. The message of this movie was the opposite. The viewers will definitely learn something from it. My mother is an Orthodox Jew and so is my wife and we always talked about how our beliefs were different from theirs. Even now when they go to the synagogue and the teacher has to quote scripture from the bible, it doesn't always happen in an orthodox way. The filmmaking was great, as well as the execution. The film really did a great job in showing the extreme cruelty that people have to the rules of the shiksa - the fanatical, intolerant, ruthless people. It is something you don't often see in other films about religious beliefs. All of the people in the film are portrayed as horrible monsters, that are cruel, hateful and vicious. The storyline is very interesting. It is almost like a historical documentary with not much "history" in it. It is mostly about their experience and how the ones who do the things they did will always be treated as animals. This is something you rarely see in movies. How it is true that what we do to others is always subject to much punishment from God. It is something that I have never really seen in a film before. I think the film would have been much more powerful without the religious side to it. I am glad I watched it, and I would like to recommend it to anyone who has ever felt the hatred of any religious people or even hated a person of any religion.
Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 18:34

This film about the farcical - and horrific - death of twin boys by four gun-toting female twins who were arrested for child abduction is deeply disturbing and worth seeing if you like films which illustrate how dangerous the modern world can be to any child. From the very start you can tell that the entire world around the twins is very different and things seem quite normal. They can walk, talk, dress etc. Everything that is normal to anyone with an IQ above the age of twelve appears to be broken - or isn't. The twins seem to be as far from normal as could possibly be. At one point the two young women are sitting on a boat while eating a pizza. The young girls make no effort to hide their fear or disgust. As they attempt to eat the pizza, one of the twins yells "What's wrong with you?" The camera pans over to show the young girl holding a finger up to a glass of water. It is clearly to tell the twins that they are going to be killed. This scene is shown from the perspective of the film-maker in a way that allows us to see the twins as they are actually, by turns, frightened, angry and even angry at the world that surrounds them. The twins seem to be in a state of constant confusion, and some are even clearly desperate to prove their innocence to the police. One of the twins manages to escape with the help of a neighbour. This leads to a tense and frightening scene in which the boys are kidnapped. They are taken to the farm where they are held prisoner by the older girl - a woman who seems to know everything about the boys and their 'plot'. This film shows how quickly the 'plot' can be unraveled. The other part of the film is about the film-maker, played by the excellent Robert Redford. He is on the run from the law and his family and friends are concerned about him. They attempt to get him out of town, but are unsuccessful. He then takes refuge at a local hospital where he becomes befriended by one of the hospital doctors, played by the always brilliant Bill Murray. The film-maker eventually gets back to the farm where he manages to escape and contacts the police. The police stop their car and demand the whereabouts of the twins. After failing to provide them with their address, they charge the man with the boys murder. The police are led to believe that the twins were murdered by the twins' mother. In fact, it is the wife of the man who is accused of the murder. This part of the film is at times extremely disturbing and extremely disturbing. These two very complex and very disturbed individuals are shown in a series of interviews and their reaction is sometimes very disturbing. One of the women begins to get extremely angry when she is shown how badly her daughters died. This
Tuesday, 02 Jun 2020 14:25

With a background in both film and music, I was somewhat taken aback when I learned this was the film that had been selected to be shown in the United States as part of the 78th San Francisco International Film Festival. After reading the cast list, I was surprised to learn that virtually the entire cast had died. I was disappointed to learn that there had not been a single cast member that had not lived. It is not that I am not capable of being emotional. I just don't need to be a martyr. In the tradition of the Living Room Series, the documentary illustrates the sometimes contentious relationship between music and cinema, the increasing importance of music in film, and the visual language that makes it possible. The most compelling moment is a scene in which Jack White is reading the final notes of a guitar solo. It is the same note that he has written for "Blown Away" and it plays the same chords, with a different feel. White is clearly concentrating, without ever losing his attention. It's beautiful. The whole "Music in Pictures" segment in the Festival made me feel a little uncomfortable. I think it was an attempt to pass the time and teach the audience a bit about the history of film and music. I guess it worked. I was pleased to see that RZA had a chance to explain what made "Akherey," his musical-visual collaboration with Spike Lee, so popular. I thought it was the most interesting part of the film. I thought this was an excellent movie and very well done. If you've never seen it, go see it.

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