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Chonda Pierce: Enough

Chonda Pierce: Enough is a movie starring Chonda Pierce. Stand-up comedian Chonda Pierce, known as the "Queen of Clean", continues to share her emotional journey and story in this sequel to her 2015 award winning documentary "Chonda...

Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Rick Altizer
Writer
Chonda Pierce, Rick Altizer
Actors
Chonda Pierce
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Stand-up comedian Chonda Pierce, known as the "Queen of Clean", continues to share her emotional journey and story in this sequel to her 2015 award winning documentary "Chonda Pierce: Laughing In The Dark".

Comments about documentary «Chonda Pierce: Enough» (21)

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Ryan Barrett

After watching the recent series of the BBC "Guess Who" I decided to make a documentary on my own about the children of the women who went into space. I am not the first person to try this out. The answer was always the same. I was not told why they went into space and the only thing I ever got from the documentary was that they went there because they were given a lot of money and the government offered them to go to space. A lot of people gave the same reason but it's just not true. So I decided to write a book to get the truth out there. This documentary gives the facts, but also doesn't tell the truth. The book was a lot of fun to read and it's really interesting how some of the women interviewed talk about their lives, their families, and what they had to go through to make it to the space program. It also gives the women who were involved with the project a lot of credit and even offers some criticism of their fathers and husbands. If you like the documentary "Guess Who" or if you are a parent or grandparent of one of the women who went into space.then this documentary is for you.

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Sean Adams

I would highly recommend seeing this documentary to anyone that wants to learn more about the inner workings of a woman that has been in the business for a very long time. She will also give you the behind-the-scenes insight on her experiences in working with the competition and how it has affected her. The history of women's boxing, in particular, will be new to many. She also talks about her career and what it was like to be a female boxer. We can see that her career was a successful one and how she is very self-sufficient. The more experienced women, in my opinion, are the ones that are the most successful and able to get their foot in the door of a successful career. I feel this is the case with Maria Munoz. She is the most successful woman in boxing and she has found success. I feel that Maria Munoz has been a tremendous mentor for the younger female fighters. I also found it interesting that a lot of the comments that she had to make were from female fighters. This is not a positive thing. I'm not sure if this was just the way the documentary was made, but this kind of role model thing, in my opinion, is not a good thing.

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Carolyn Jones

The former White House press secretary turned political commentator now makes a living from appearing on TV talk shows. We are taken on a tour of the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner, the reason the association exists, and his personal relationship with President Obama. He does a good job of showing his career in the White House, the political side, and his personal life, but he's not very persuasive, as he constantly comes off as a self-involved, narcissistic politician. There's a lot of other stuff he discusses, but nothing in particular special. It's very average. It's very good to see Kevin Hart, who was nominated for an Oscar for "Juno", as a comedian.

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Eugene D.

I was so excited to see this movie. I saw the trailer, and it looked interesting. The film is actually a documentary, but it's done in an interesting way. It's a little long, but it's enjoyable. It's also not all that funny, but it's definitely entertaining.

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Nicole Vargas

A well-acted and well-thought-out documentary about how so many people (especially in the United States) have been deceived by the media and entertainment industry. It includes interviews with the actors, the "stars" themselves, and the people who created the movies. It is a documentary that shows the many sides of this "glorified Hollywood machine". The "star" was very well researched, and is an expert in her field. She clearly states that Hollywood was a business based on a "toy" of the public. The stars were "part of the entertainment machine", and it was a business. This is a good documentary, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is interested in the subject. 7/10

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Danielle Coleman

Filmmaker Arthur S. Clark, Jr. examines the unlikely friendship between Mr. and Mrs. Aimee Spear, the parents of a boy with cerebral palsy and their more conventional family. Both parents are protective and caring, but neither has a traditional approach to raising their son. Mrs. Spear is a devoted mother, but Aimee's son, though still a toddler, wants to go to a special school. So, on a whim, the couple opts to send their boy to the school where he will eventually attend. Aimee decides to stay with her husband, a retired naval officer who is still in the Navy. Despite the frequent discussions about the son's future, she refuses to have him drop out of school, and the couple agree to let him attend the school and pay his tuition. Though he is still an infant, Mr. Spear finds himself a young man. He learns to drive, enjoys sports, and in a few years will be a full-fledged sailor. But his father, Aimee, is still in the Navy, and her husband is very conservative. "I'll never let him be an officer, no sir," she tells Mr. Spear. She tells him that she wants him to remain a boy, and she never tells him that she wants him to pursue a career. Although Mr. Spear doesn't want to become a sailor, he is very much in favor of Mr. Spear's involvement in the Navy. They both agree to follow the Navy's policy of allowing their son to enroll in the special school. The Spear family's support for the son is extraordinary. The movie portrays how the family members spend time with their son, how the son helps them through their problems, and how the couple and their son find ways to make their relationship stronger and more meaningful. The couple and Mr. Spear are very close and their relationship is very interesting. They spend time with each other, they spend time with each other when Mr. Spear is at work, and they spend time together on the weekends. They also spend time together during the school year, which makes their relationship much more meaningful. Through this relationship, the couple learns to understand each other and to appreciate each other's feelings. Mr. Spear and his wife take a lot of pride in the relationship they have. They consider themselves to be true parents, and they are very proud of their son's accomplishments. "We make him happy," Mr. Spear says. "We are real parents." They are very proud of the son and the son appreciates their support and caring. The movie is about the family's relationship, but it also illustrates that sometimes a relationship is so strong that it is difficult for one person to be a parent and another to be a parent. The couple shows how caring and supportive they are of their son, and the son appreciates their support. The relationship between Aimee and Mr. Spear is very complex. The father is very traditional, but the mother is protective, and Aimee is strict. In addition, Aimee has always been a strict woman, and she is very committed to her husband, even though he has been in the Navy for over 50 years. They do not have a traditional relationship, and the movie shows how they find a way to be more normal with each other and with their son. The movie shows the importance of having a strong relationship with one's parents. The movie shows that a strong relationship can be very helpful for children who are developing their sexuality, and the movie shows how having a strong relationship with one's parents can help a child achieve his or her full potential.

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Julie M.

This documentary tells the story of the life of a film maker in the British Columbia area of British Columbia. I was surprised that they chose to focus on film maker, instead of his artistic work. It was interesting to hear from the people that were directly affected by the film. They explained that there were many other things that the film maker did to help the area, and yet he wasn't even aware of them. I really enjoyed the conversation between some of the people that lived in the area. It was really interesting to hear their stories. Also, the film maker himself, told a couple of stories about his family life. This was a very personal and interesting story. This is definitely a documentary that you should see. It is based on the interviews of the people who worked with the film maker, and it is a film that is well worth seeing. I highly recommend this documentary.

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Anthony R.

This documentary follows the life of co-founder and lead singer of the band Rammstein, Michal "Michalie" Falkenberg. As a music journalist, I know this kind of things well and I was interested in the narrative Falkenberg tells about her upbringing, her marriage, and her children. I'm also a fan of Rammstein and enjoyed their music. I thought the documentary was well done and informative. Falkenberg tells her story as a child, her marriage, her divorce, and her children's upbringing. I was surprised by how candid and intimate the interviewees were. I especially liked the interview with her youngest son, who is only nine. This kid really grew on me. He is very open and honest, and told a lot of personal stories and conflicts. This is the kind of stuff I love about documentaries. I also liked the interview with her husband, who tells his story as well. I thought the interviews were very personal and heartfelt, and they were actually pretty funny. One other thing that caught my eye was the film's title. The film is called "Enough" not "Enough Time." This is a good choice because "Enough Time" would be way too long and not concise. As I was watching the documentary, I kept thinking about the title, "Enough Time," and was reminded of the classic film "Enough Is Enough." This film is the classic film that I am referring to. I think the title is perfect because "Enough Time" would not be very interesting or entertaining. If you are a fan of the band, or even if you aren't, "Enough Time" is an interesting documentary to watch. The film is well-shot, the production values are well-done, and the interviewees are fantastic. I highly recommend this documentary.

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Carolyn Wood

I am not sure if this is a part of the official "Biography" of the actor, but this is very good. The film starts with Pierce's early career and then turns into his professional life. It is a good look into how he became the famous actor he is today. I will not spoil the ending, but I recommend that you see the film before reading the book, which I will not be writing. Pierce is in the film throughout, and he does a good job. However, I found the pacing of the film a little slow. The film seems to pick up steam around the halfway point. The director has some nice shots, but I thought the cinematography could have been better. The editing was good, but it could have been better. The film is well worth seeing if you like the actor. Pierce is really a great actor, and it is a shame that his career did not go the way he wanted it to.

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Diana

The recent film of the film "Jodie Foster" is now out and I have to say that I enjoyed it. It is good for its purpose, as a sort of back-story to her life. I am a big fan of her, as I think she is a great actress, but I'm not a fan of her films. When I heard about this film, I had the feeling that it would be a mediocre film with a great story behind it. The film is, to be frank, not very good. The story is, to me, not worth telling. There are some good actors, but they are mostly just on screen for a few minutes. The story is about Jodie Foster, who is at the moment working on a film called "The Heat". The story is very bland and uninteresting. I think she needs to think about what she wants to do with her life. She is not going to be a great actress anymore. I think that she is not ready for the Oscars, but maybe she could become one in the future. I would like to see her do something different, but maybe not a good one. The only good thing that I can say about this film is that it is well shot. It's not a good film, but it is not very bad. I am glad that they made a film that tells the story about Jodie Foster, but the film is not very good. I give it a 7 out of 10.

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Andrew Nguyen

I don't get why everyone is giving this movie such a bad rating. This is not an easy movie to watch. There is violence, but in a good way. I love how he uses the movie as an example of the impact that can have on someone. It's not one sided. There is a lot of music in this movie. Sometimes I think this movie should have had a music video instead of a feature. You can't ask for more. The movie isn't a great thing to be watch, but it's good to learn from. If you want to get into the theory of radicalization and the effects it can have on a person, this is one movie that's for you. This movie is more for an education, or someone who wants to know more about how radicalization can affect people. You will have to watch it to understand the concept. I also watched it with a group of other people, so if you're not into this type of film, you might not like this movie.

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Kathy Hansen

Great film, so many famous faces, this is the true story of a young boy, who was removed from his home and placed in a foster home, and raised by a priest. His mother takes care of him, and he grows up to be a good boy. Unfortunately, this happens in the Catholic Church. This movie really makes you think. It is definitely a must see for anyone who likes movies, and is entertaining.

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Larry J.

Boeing's business of making military aircraft. It's an important topic, but the documentary gives an almost robotic performance, not to mention that the presenters spend more time saying things like "we made the R-47" and "the R-47 was a bad one" than actually discussing the subject. Why this has to be a war movie is beyond me. Not only is it not a war movie, it's a love story, a romance. At the same time, the documentary is too well made and the story is too well told to be anything but a documentary. But, the subject matter and the production and the very good documentary quality of the movie makes it watchable.

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Bryan D.

When I first saw the trailer for the film, I knew it would be interesting. When I saw the film, I knew it would be good. However, I still wasn't sure whether I would like it or not. I really liked the film but there was something missing for me. I think I would have liked the film better if I saw it when I was in college, then saw it when I was in college again. I thought it was a very good film and it will be something I will watch over and over again. The film is very funny and entertaining. The film is a bit long but it is still enjoyable.

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Brian Hayes

A heartwarming and ultimately heart-warming look at the progress of the last stage of one of the most famous living stars in the world. And it's also one of the most important, because it's the only one in which Hollywood has managed to put a human face on a great star. What makes this film so fascinating is that it is not a documentary but a collection of interviews, often with him and his friends and family, many of whom knew him for decades and for many of whom he was a part of their lives. The films runs over 2 hours but it's never boring, because there's always something new or funny or sad or sadder or whatever it is that comes up. What makes it such a great work is that we are given a peek into the life and times of the star but also of the people who knew him, some of whom we don't know. And it is that we learn of the many things he did before he became famous, the fun and games that he played with his friends and family and his relationship with his sister who has battled depression and alcoholism for most of her life and also with her husband, who eventually left her. And, of course, the movies he made, which is a fact. In short, it's an incredible look into the life of a legend. Also, it is fascinating to see how a star of his stature and impact had managed to get through so much and stay so popular. He had a little bit of a career before he became famous and he got famous as a result of his films. One of the best things about this documentary is that it gives us a glimpse into the time of the AIDS crisis when the AIDS virus was spreading and how it was affecting all the people in the US. It shows us some very different and frankly horrific things but it also tells us that the stigma was really starting to break down and the celebrities had a responsibility to try to help and that they did try. Also, it is funny to see the occasional cute thing that has happened to him in the past because he's been portrayed in various documentaries. The only problem I had with this documentary was that sometimes it seemed to be overlong and I didn't really like it. It would have been better to cut some of the scenes and just focus on the interviews with the people who knew him and some of the things that happened to him in his career. I also think that it could have been better done to include a larger range of people to whom he gave some kind of financial support but I think it could have been done. I also thought that it could have been done better to include more details about his drug problem and his illness, which were well documented by his wife. I think that this documentary would have been a lot better had it been longer. I really liked this documentary and I hope that it is as good as it could have been because it is one of the best documentaries ever. It really is a great look at the man who has been called the best actor ever to walk the earth. I give it an A-.

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Tiffany J.

This movie is about the tragic story of a serial killer who terrorized New York City's South Bronx for six years. Most of his victims were black males between the ages of 13 and 20. Many were killed by being crushed to death in the back of a taxi. While the police were able to track down and arrest the killer and even shoot him dead, the killings continued. There were no witnesses to his crimes, he had no criminal record and police knew of only a few suspects. The police investigation was so haphazard that one of the suspects was cleared after the killer's DNA was found on the deceased. This movie is about that particular incident and shows what happened. It's informative, shocking and horrific and gives a good idea of the situation in which these young men lived. At least the movie gives some perspective to the killers motives.

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Patricia Vargas

This movie starts out very well. It's a lot of fun to see how the most diverse people in the world get together. There's one African American guy who's been around for a long time, one who's just come out of prison and one who has been in prison just for about 10 years. I was a little nervous to see how these people would come together in a different environment. But I was very surprised by how well the first group worked together. I felt like we were being taken to a place where the commonalities were universal. And it was very enlightening. When it comes to the second group of people, they all worked as a team, and it was really interesting to see how they all did it. It was like being on an intergalactic search for information. I was very impressed by how well they all went about finding the information. I also liked how the documentary-style footage was used to tell the story. It was a very interesting way to tell a story. I also liked how the narration was done throughout. I think it was really cool that it was all one person's voice, and the narration was done by one person. It was a very unique way to tell the story. In the beginning, it was a little boring because you were just waiting for the movie to get started. But then it really picked up, and it was very interesting. I also liked the ending because it was really emotional. You really felt the pain and the loss of one of the people that was part of the original group. The ending was very powerful. Overall, this was a very entertaining movie. I really liked the style and the format. It was really cool and it was very entertaining. It really is the first time I've seen a documentary-style film and it really surprised me.

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Peter G.

Sitting in a small cinema in London, I was pleasantly surprised to hear this film is being made by a woman! The documentary is very informative and well told. It is a good starting point for women who are considering marriage, as the film clearly states that most men have never heard of a woman deciding not to get married. She does make an important point that the "dream of a good life" is one that must be earned and not automatically given to the ideal husband. It is also interesting to hear that women do not want to marry at all when they are in their 20's. I would love to see this film continue to be made in other countries. I believe the number of women who are in their 40's wanting to get married is much higher than the number of men who want to get married. As women have become more educated, more influential, and more empowered, they have been more able to speak up for themselves. I wish more women were as outspoken as the film is.

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Dylan

I first saw Kym Johnson's film, 'The Story of a Teenage Wasteland' when it was in it's original theatrical run in the mid 1990's, and was enthralled by it. It's a film that brings to light the lives of a few teenage girls in a small Texas town. 'The Story of a Teenage Wasteland' is a story about the two sisters' lives in the 1950's. The film begins with the narrator, Kim Johnson (the actress who plays the narrator of the film), talking about the story of her mother, who had been a gynecologist before she became a writer. She relates how her mother used to drive to the town of Lancaster and spend all day at a brothel, and had some of her patients have sex with her customers. As a child, her mother would have the same conversation with the gynecologist about sex, and her mother would explain why it is something that should be hidden from the public. She would also ask why there was no medical research to support the practice, and how it was so risky. However, there were exceptions to this rule. In the 1950's, there were few gynecologists in the town. It was also very conservative, so people didn't want to risk their lives by going to a clinic. As a result, the gynecologist's office was just a three minute walk away. This was also the time when the 'hysteria' had been going on. The gynecologist was able to give people abortions, and still work in the town. This was a little more difficult to do back then, as the state did not support the practice. However, this film does show how it was to be in that era. The story is told in a very professional, down to earth manner, and is very informative, if not necessarily engaging. It also goes into some of the events that occurred during this time period, such as the death of the gynecologist's patients, the death of the gynecologist's daughter, and the break-up of the family. The only reason I'm giving this film a 7 instead of a 10 is because the narrator is not as engaging as some of the other people in the film. However, for the most part, this film is an excellent look into the lives of teenagers. It is an excellent documentary and should be viewed by anyone who is interested in the subject. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the history of teenage girls in America.

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Theresa G.

Dr. George V. Browne, the "father" of modern breast cancer research, gives his second in a series of four talk-to-movie specials. His first, in 2007, was on the subject of a female breast cancer survivor. In the 2010 version, he shares some of his research on breast cancer and his future plans for breast cancer research. This talk is one of his favorite topics because of his background in breast cancer research. He recounts how he was exposed to the disease early on in his career as a doctor. The talk begins with his initial diagnosis of cancer and then switches over to his research. He continues with his story, using his own words, and getting into details about his research. It is a fascinating talk about his research. The talk is a little long and there is a lot of scientific jargon that you may not get from a typical talk about breast cancer. But it is worth seeing. The talk is an interesting history of the research and what it was about and where he thought it would lead. This talk is worth seeing and I would recommend it.

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Mark Ortiz

From the very beginning of the movie, it was clear that the subject matter is extremely serious and brings you into the trenches of the secret society. The whole cast is fantastic and extremely well chosen, and you can see that the producers put their heart into the casting and made sure it was perfect. The way they portray the secret societies and their leaders are incredibly well done, you really feel like you are right there. From the producers, it seemed that the whole thing was very researched and it had a lot of substance. It is very well done and is something that anyone could benefit from. In a way, I thought the movie was a little too long, but the passion and subject matter are worth it. I think you will like this movie and I hope to see it again. I would have given it an 8, but due to the length, I did not get the feeling of being completely immersed in the whole thing. That being said, it is very well done and will be interesting to see what the producers do next.