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(508) 7.0 90 min 2018

Hal is a movie starring Allison Anders, Judd Apatow, and Rosanna Arquette. Hal Ashby's obsessive genius led to an unprecedented string of Oscar®-winning classics, including Harold and Maude, Shampoo and Being There. But as...

Allison Anders, Hal Ashby, Judd Apatow, Rosanna Arquette
Biography, Documentary
Amy Scott

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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 Biography, Documentary
Director Amy Scott
Stars Allison Anders, Hal Ashby, Judd Apatow, Rosanna Arquette
Country USA
Also Known As Regissören Hal Ashby, Once I Was: The Hal Ashby Story, Hal Ashby, Hal, un director de culto
Runtime 1H 30M
Description Hal Ashby's obsessive genius led to an unprecedented string of Oscar®-winning classics, including Harold and Maude, Shampoo and Being There. But as contemporaries Coppola, Scorsese and Spielberg rose to blockbuster stardom in the 1980s, Ashby's uncompromising nature played out as a cautionary tale of art versus commerce.

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Friday, 26 Jun 2020 14:44

David Stewart was one of the greatest music stars in the world during the 1950s and 1960s, with hits like "That's the Way the World Goes", "Love Will Tear Us Apart", and "Love's Overrated". During the 1970s and 1980s, he was the subject of a popular documentary by the legendary Fred Friendly called David Stewart: A Tribute, which was produced in 1980. The film was recorded on a limited budget, but was later released on a 2-disc DVD. For the record, "That's the Way the World Goes" was his final recording. This is an interesting, if somewhat limited, documentary about Stewart's career, from his early days to the end. In particular, it is fascinating to see how Stewart had his own production company and how he interacted with his family. Stewart was a huge fan of Harry Nilsson, and Nilsson was a fan of his, too. Stewart's family lives in one of his many homes, and his son Anthony takes us through his childhood and young adulthood. In fact, Anthony is the star of the film, with David in the background. Stewart's family is not particularly prominent in this film, but the most interesting thing about this film is the background to the movie. There are interviews with Stewart's wife of the time, Patricia Spann, and others. The reason this is so interesting is because it tells a fascinating and intimate story of Stewart's life. It is interesting to see the early years of his career, which was mostly about his wife, and his family. The interviews are not particularly flattering to Stewart, but they do give us a look at his early years, when he was married and working in an office, and he was not as well-known as he is now. Also, we get a look at the things he did while he was married, and what kind of an impact his wife had on his life. The most fascinating thing about this film is that it is not all about Stewart's life, but it is about his family, and the interviews are not necessarily flattering. This is a great film, and it is well worth watching.
Tuesday, 26 May 2020 18:41

A couple of years ago, while watching The 40 Year Old Virgin, I was struck by a thought that at the very least, this movie might be interesting. Maybe even good. As it turns out, I was right. The 80-minute documentary was well-done, well-edited, and engaging. For me, the film was a three-hour tour of the early years of Hugh Hefner. The movie is much like a magazine article, with the objective of creating a true story. I was really struck by the documentary's use of interviews. While I wasn't as involved in the making of the film as I was with the first part, I still found myself interested in the behind-the-scenes aspect of the movie. After the first hour, I began to see a distinct difference in the way the film was presented. Rather than use clips from interviews, which would have felt uncomfortable, the director began to use actual images from the early years of the magazine. I liked this, as it gave the film an immediacy, which I don't think a lot of documentaries ever achieve. And because the images are still, the footage is shot with a very steady hand. The filmmakers also made an excellent choice in not using a narrator. I think it was smart for them to leave the narration to an editor. Without a narrator, the viewer is distracted by what the director is saying, which, while interesting, doesn't always provide a clear explanation. Because of this, the narration felt less like a narrative and more like a narration, which could have added to the experience. The overall effect of the film is very clear. The documentary film is only an hour and a half, and yet the film is never boring. I felt like I was a part of the movie. It also struck me that a lot of the documentaries I've seen are much longer, which is great for an hour and a half, but not for a documentary. The documentary is about a period of time, and what makes a documentary good is the execution. Not the execution, but the execution itself. This film is extremely well executed, but not in the way I expected. It is certainly a great documentary, but it is a documentary, not a documentary about Hugh Hefner. This may not be the best film you've ever seen, but it is an interesting one, and I would recommend it to anyone interested in the early years of Hugh Hefner.
Wednesday, 13 May 2020 04:51

I have just watched "It's All About Love" on PBS, and I must say that it's a remarkable film. The first thing I must say is that this film has taken the "cult" tag on itself. Not everyone will be as moved as I was by this film. As I said, the film has taken the "cult" tag on itself. I know that this is not a film for everybody. The film is about an art school graduate who has become a full-time porn actor. He has the style, the drive, the talent and the attitude. His mother is tired of all the attention that the son has received from the media and she tries to make him stop, but he doesn't. He's got a girlfriend, and she's the only one who believes in him. She also has a problem with her boyfriend, who wants to be his muse. This is the kind of movie that makes you think about life. For a film that is not made for the masses, the performance of Don Cheadle is incredible. His performance is very difficult to watch. He makes you think about the things that he is doing, and his emotions are even more difficult to watch. His performance is what makes the film. He is quite similar to Gary Oldman's performance in "The Man With No Name" which is quite a good movie. He also has a sort of performance to his name, but at least he doesn't try to play a leading role. His performance is what makes this film. However, Cheadle's performance is not the best in the film. It is pretty much a film without a story. It is simply a film about a man's sexual desires. The acting of the rest of the cast is good, but the film isn't very good. It's a film about an artist who is suffering from fame. It is the kind of movie that will make you think about life. However, I can't really say that this film is a masterpiece. I will say that the film has made me think about my life. It made me think about the things that I did while I was young. However, I can't really say that the film is an important film. I can say that it's a film about a person's sexual desires, and that it's a film that is not made for the masses. I rate it a 7 out of 10.
Monday, 27 Apr 2020 00:07

In 1968 the French Fascist junta took power in France and adopted the National Socialist ideology of Nazism, National Socialism was an anti-Communist movement that eventually led to the Holocaust. I am one of the few people in the world who were not in Germany at the time of the Holocaust and never heard of it. I was born in 1967. In this film it is shown that the National Socialist ideology was in effect in the French countryside until 1970, when the French government finally stopped to use the National Socialist Party. The French film is a brilliant depiction of the lives of these Jewish French Jews who lived in the rural areas of France. It shows their lives and that of the surrounding countryside. The director's method of depicting the countryside of France is not the typical camera work but the use of actors to portray their lives. The actors live their lives in the countryside and can see the countryside with their own eyes. The director chooses these actors because of their excellence. I also liked the way in which the director revealed the life of the towns and villages. He revealed the towns and villages to the audience by giving a glimpse into the lives of these people. In the French countryside of the 1960s it was difficult to find the National Socialist Party, it was almost impossible. So this film provides the French public with a glimpse into the lives of the Jewish French Jews who lived in the countryside and also the French people. This film is a must see. I recommend it to everyone. It is an important film and it should be made available in every home in the world.
Friday, 17 Apr 2020 14:27

Watching this film was like watching a documentary of how poor people in New Orleans managed to survive in the hurricane's aftermath. The survivors were those that could not use the services provided by the city. The point of this film is that some of these people are still in a state of denial about what happened. Some of them are able to understand that they have to adapt to their situation, but not others. You can tell that they are suffering from psychological trauma, and you can see how they are living in a deep and permanent state of crisis. The people in this film did not know what to do. Many of them have been traumatized in their lives. They were not able to understand what was happening to them. In this film, you see how they are being harassed by the authorities. This is the first time in the history of the United States that there are people who have lost their families and their homes to a hurricane. The government of the United States is trying to tell the people of New Orleans that they need to get their lives together. But it is really not that easy. The film makes you think about what was happening in New Orleans and why the people there were behaving the way they were. There is a sense of helplessness, but at the same time there is also the sense of hope that they have to get through this storm. As the film ends, I think that we need to see this film again to understand what is happening and what is going on. But if you haven't seen it yet, I recommend it.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 07:52

This film is based on the book "The Count of Monte Cristo" by Dashiell Hammett. The movie begins with the life of the infamous 19th century adventurer, Jules-Pierre Houde. He is a man who claims to have been to China, and to have killed his brother in a duel. But in fact, he has only been in China for a few months and that's not enough time to have fought a duel. After a few years of hard living, he is offered a job to find a man named Othello to be his "guardian". He accepts and is surprised to find that the man is very wealthy and doesn't appear to have any enemies. Jules-Pierre then falls in love with Othello and tries to seduce him. Othello is very suspicious of Jules-Pierre and does not want anything to do with him. It is the fact that Othello is a very religious man that makes him not interested in Jules-Pierre. It is then that Othello is murdered by a bunch of thugs. He then is found and sent to prison for a few years. He is released in 1801 and is soon a famous man, but there is still a lot of work that he needs to do. He returns to the palace and discovers that the crown that the king had ordered him to receive is missing. He then discovers that the kingdom that was once his is now controlled by another country. He then has a great idea to do what Othello was trying to do and to kill the king of the country that he now calls his own. The two men meet and have a great fight. But, the fight is interrupted when Jules-Pierre hears that Othello is the king of France and that he will be the next king. He wants to kill the man who has changed his country. He also tells Othello that he is the man who will kill the king. When the two of them fight, they soon realize that they are fighting for a different cause. The two end up killing the king and imprisoning the other in prison. The two men try to make their escape, but Jules-Pierre has already been sent to prison and is now being held by Othello. When Othello comes to his cell to find out what is going on, Jules-Pierre and Othello fight. Othello escapes, but Jules-Pierre is left to be imprisoned by Othello. But Jules-Pierre doesn't know that Othello is trying to make a deal with the king of France. The two men fight again, but this time they have to fight for the country that they have always been fighting for. They find out that they are fighting for different causes, and they are fighting for the same country. When Othello is released, he has no idea what he is doing. He was a good man, but now he is a monster. He does not want to be in a country where he is fighting for a country that he now calls his own. He wants to escape from a country that he is fighting for. The end of the film is very moving. The whole cast does a great job and makes the film seem like an important film. They give the film a realistic feel and make it seem like an important film. The film is not just about the two men fighting, but also about the relationship between the two men. This is a film that needs to be watched. The film is very interesting, and the film gives a very good, realistic feel. This is a film that is very important and should be watched. The film is worth seeing.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 03:49

In an effort to highlight the story of the poor and downtrodden, Oscar-winning director James Gray has decided to talk to each of the "10 poorest" countries in the world. While there are no direct comparisons between countries, the story of the 10 is similar. In the beginning of the film, Gray gives a brief overview of what the 10 countries have in common. Each country is broken down into two groups, the "Rich" and the "Poor". The first half of the film is devoted to the lives of the "Rich" of the 10 countries. These are the countries that have the resources to fight poverty. This film is like an extension of a documentary, but with the message that the world is on the verge of losing the battle against poverty. The second half of the film, however, focuses on the lives of the "Poor" of the 10 countries. These are the countries that are suffering from the effects of poverty, and the people that live there. The audience is provided with a sense of the world that the average person could not even imagine. While the first half of the film focuses on the "Rich" of the 10 countries, the second half focuses on the "Poor" of the 10 countries. The difference between the two groups is huge. The "Rich" live in lavish lifestyles that allow them to have luxurious cars, expensive clothing, expensive electronics, and the freedom to have their children in school. The "Poor" live in horrible conditions, and have to work as low wage jobs to survive. The film takes on the views of a very educated man. It's clear that he is aware of the consequences of poverty. The audience is given a picture of the world that the average person can't even imagine. If you have the opportunity to watch this film, please do. It is a powerful film, and is extremely important to understand. This is why it's a 7/10.

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