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(167) 8.6 2018

American Dream: Detroit is a movie starring Mitch Albom, Jerry Bruckheimer, and Francis Ford Coppola. The comeback of Detroit is poised to be the greatest turnaround story of American history. American Dream: Detroit illustrates why...

Starring
Francis Ford Coppola, Michael Ellison, Jerry Bruckheimer, Mitch Albom
Genres
Documentary
Director
Michael Bolton, Christina Kline

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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 Michael Bolton, Christina Kline
Writer David Leaf
Stars Francis Ford Coppola, Michael Ellison, Jerry Bruckheimer, Mitch Albom
Country USA
Description The comeback of Detroit is poised to be the greatest turnaround story of American history. American Dream: Detroit illustrates why the history and the future of Detroit matters in the global landscape. Grammy winning singer Michael Bolton celebrates the golden age of Detroit - featuring its native entertainment legends like Francis Ford Coppola, Jerry Bruckheimer, Aretha Franklin, Smokey Robinson, Alice Cooper, John Varvatos and many more - and reveals the landscape of the new Detroit being built by young visionaries as well as entrepreneurial moguls. Told through the eyes of Bolton's own discovery, this important story has remained until now largely obscured by mainstream media's preference to portray only the devastation of the city's downfall. This is the story of the American Dream.

Top reviews

Friday, 26 Jun 2020 04:43

While this documentary does a great job of showing the inner workings of a city at a time of financial collapse, there are many problems with it. It starts out with a man speaking to his teenage son about what his life was like as a poor black kid in Detroit. His son is 9 years old. He is a shy kid who doesn't talk much but he's still good. This is all that is shown. He does not talk about the conditions that he experienced. He talks about his own childhood and how his father was killed by the police. In fact, his father was killed by the police in front of his own family. What is shown is that his father was a good man and was involved in philanthropic work in Detroit. He was not the father of a violent drug addict. And the way he was killed was by a police officer. It was because he was standing in the street and refusing to go to school. This is not shown in the documentary. This is only one of many problems with this documentary. The film takes place in Detroit during the financial collapse. There are so many things that are shown but not discussed. In fact, this documentary was so flawed that it was only because of the producers' desire to do a great documentary. In addition, the documentary is not as good as the first part. It's one of the worst documentaries I have ever seen. The second part is about one of the people who had an affair with the mayor. It's a very poor documentary that is only enjoyable to people who are also very conservative and who have no experience with people of color. This documentary was well made and informative. However, I would not recommend it to anyone who is not already familiar with Detroit. The documentary was good but it was not good enough.
Friday, 22 May 2020 10:27

For all you out there who say that "it's just not the case" of Detroit's growth, you are sadly mistaken. The growth of Detroit is still impressive and well documented. And the amazing story of the discovery of "The Detroit Free Press" is also well documented. It has been said that the media should be more "independent" and "willing to challenge the status quo" but, the media is not so independent in this film. They are heavily influenced by the industries that produce the media. The "black-owned" businesses in the film, which appear to be just people getting by with their jobs, are only a few of the numerous small businesses that are in the film. But the real message of the film is that this is not a "black-owned" business. The "black-owned" businesses are owned by white people. The media that is the subject of the film is owned by the same people who are the ones who have most of the power in this industry. The story of the media is presented in an incredibly realistic way. There are many differences between the black community and the white community. The black community is still struggling with poverty, and the white community is still struggling with the same issues, but the struggle in the black community has taken a different direction. The black community, like many other communities, is still trying to find their place in the world. The story of the media is similar to that of the black community. The media has just been presented in an extremely realistic and "natural" way. The people involved in this film are very courageous and they are taking a risk that is not always easy to do. This film is a very good film, but it's not for everybody. The story is very different from that of the traditional Hollywood film. The film is told from the point of view of people in the community that the film is focusing on. This is very different from the traditional Hollywood film, which is told from a celebrity's point of view. This is also very different from the traditional Hollywood film, which is told from the point of view of the people in the industry. I would recommend the film to those who are interested in the story of Detroit's growth. But the film is not for everyone. It's a very good film, but it's not for everybody.


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