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Godspeed: The Race Across America

Godspeed: The Race Across America is a movie starring Ben Anderson, Ashley Cooper, and Brad Cooper. A humble sportscaster/plane crash survivor joins forces with ultra-competitive CEO in the world's most grueling bicycle endurance...

Running Time
1 hours 53 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Martin Butler
Actors
Ben Anderson, Ashley Cooper, Brad Cooper, Danielle Cooper
Country
USA
Year
2016
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A humble sportscaster/plane crash survivor joins forces with ultra-competitive CEO in the world's most grueling bicycle endurance race. Driven by their shared convictions, they cycle 3,000+ miles nonstop, battling opponents, extreme terrain/weather, inner demons and occasionally each other.

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Brandon L.

I'd never seen a documentary about the rock band, Front 242, until I saw this movie, "The Front 242 Story." The documentary covers the early years of the band, their rise to popularity, their major label stints, their split with manager Ted Leo, and the controversial backstage drug tests that led to their departure from the band. While it does not cover the band's major breakthrough single, "Fight For Your Right To Party," it does explain why the band's early success was so unique. The documentary shows how the band developed their unique sound, and explains how it influenced other popular bands to come after them. It also shows how the band was treated by their record company, and how the band and the record company worked together to make the best album they could, while still keeping the band's personality intact. The documentary also discusses the band's major label dethroning. While it does not discuss the reasons behind the split, it does give the viewer some insight into the reasons behind the band's break-up, and shows how the band worked together to form a successful solo career. The documentary ends with a story of how the band helped a small girl named "Aryan" who was struggling to get her proper identity recognized. The documentary is very entertaining, and very informative, although it is not as much of a story as you might think. It is better than you would expect from a documentary on the Front 242 story, and it is a great example of how documentaries can be done. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the band Front 242.

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Julie

Although I am a liberal and someone who is trying to get more out of life, this documentary will probably change your mind. I never really thought that the middle of the road politics of the United States was the way to go. After watching this documentary I realize that I may not be as progressive as I thought I was. There are many politicians that talk about doing everything in their power to help the middle class, while there is another politician that spends more money than he can afford to give to charity. This documentary shows the politicians as the corrupt, fat cats that they are. It shows the people as the selfless people that they are. I give this documentary an 8.0 because it is a good documentary, but not great. It is very educational, but also very emotional.

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Barbara

The documentary, 'Speed' chronicles the career of the legendary Will Smith in his role as Richard Petty in NASCAR's most storied event. Petty started out racing cars in the 1960's and grew to become a superstar racer who won races on his own. However, after his career was cut short by a drug addiction, he turned his back on racing. He died in a fiery crash in the winter of 1992. After Petty's death, many people tried to rebuild his life and career. Smith's career in NASCAR has taken a slight nosedive in the last decade, and the documentary tells the story of his life from that point. Smith is a likable guy. He's a smart man who has a good heart and a strong will to live. I was impressed by his sincerity and his open-mindedness. I really liked his character. When he was racing, he was clearly having a good time. I felt it was pretty realistic to see how much he enjoyed what he did. He's not a super-fan of NASCAR, but he's got a good amount of friends in the sport. His only real problem is that he's had to keep his career in check because of his addiction. He says he's not one to just let his problems get in the way of his career. The documentary makes it clear that he's made some bad choices. His race team was eventually taken over by his old crew chief, Ron and Jerry. It's pretty clear that the crew chief and the team had a difficult relationship. He was pushed aside and didn't get his due. Then he was taken off the team in favor of the younger crew chief. He gets to be the junior race chief and gets a little help from Jerry and Ron. There's a lot of conflicts between these two guys. It's interesting to see how they dealt with this relationship. I thought Smith's character was interesting because he didn't really have a lot of friends in the sport. There are people who helped him. His friends included his mentor, fellow racer Bobby Labonte. The mentor is just a guy who helps Smith out with his racing problems. Smith is not a religious guy. He doesn't really believe in the whole faith thing. The only religion he has is that he's just not into it. He thinks he's too old to be a racing driver. He does have a lot of problems in his life, but I don't think he's one to just walk away from things and let them go. He's not one to turn his back on things that are important to him. I liked his openness to discussing his problems. The only thing I didn't like was that the movie focused on the problems he had in his life, and not his racing. It felt like it was making a big deal out of his life. Overall, I thought the movie was good. I liked how it was pretty realistic. I liked how the movie was very family friendly. It wasn't like it was just for kids. I liked how they put the racing in the background. I thought the characters were well written. I liked the way the movie didn't focus on the problems in his life. It was more of a family drama. It was like a movie about a man struggling to live a normal life. I also thought it was interesting how the movie used the old racing footage. I liked the way it was used. I thought it was very effective in showing the old racing footage, especially when the old race car got flipped over. It was very exciting. The movie really helped make the movie seem more serious. Overall, I liked the movie. I thought it was pretty good. I liked

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Megan Bell

I saw this movie a couple of weeks ago. I don't know what to say. This is the kind of movie that's going to make you feel really, really good, because it's so personal. It's a great movie, which I would say is the same as a great poem or a great painting. The emotions are going to be etched in your mind for a very long time, and you're going to have to go see it again. The images are going to be all over your brain for a while. I wouldn't say that it's an epic story, but it's definitely an emotional one. I would say that the emotions are about the same, just different. It's kind of a bit more of an emotional journey than a narrative one. It's definitely not a movie about a fight between two different cultures or a clash of cultures, but it's a story about a struggle, about a small group of people who have to live in a strange environment, and to understand what it is to live a life, and what it means to be human. It's definitely not a documentary, but it's definitely a film about a world that is not our own. And that's what makes it so special. I love this movie. It's a masterpiece.

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Sharon

This movie is an important historical document of the segregation of blacks in the south. From the perspective of the bigots in the north, the south is viewed as a state of perpetual rebellion against their common oppressors. For their part, the southern racists point to the US Constitution as proof of the validity of the practice of segregation. I can see how this perspective might motivate some viewers to become sympathetic to the cause of African-Americans. However, I think this view of the US Constitution is in error. The US Constitution is a compact between the states, and the states and not the federal government. The Federal government is neither sovereign nor the exclusive arbiter of all social and political decisions. The Constitution is a document that applies to the federal government as well as to the states. If this is not understood, then the movie becomes a polemic against the federal government. The views of those who support the federal government as the author and sole source of social and political justice are more convincing than those who oppose the federal government as the cause of social and political injustice. In the end, the movie is an important document of its time and a useful tool for students of history to gain some insight into how the north was perceived in the 19th century. The movie is also a useful tool for historians of the civil rights movement to gain insight into the motivations of the racist south. I recommend the movie for all viewers to study the history of civil rights and the treatment of blacks by the southern racists.

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Aaron

You know a documentary is going to be good when the director/producer of the film decides to spend a good chunk of the running time interviewing and talking to people who have made a name for themselves making racist movies. The film starts off with a somewhat pedestrian attempt at recreating the racism that existed in the 1930's and 1940's. It starts with a shot of a truck and a ship passing the camera and we see the names of the people in the film's title. And then it shows a shot of a black man shooting a white man. Next it shows a woman telling a man who has been fired from his job because he was black to go home and talk to his mother about it. The man tells his mother that he is not racist. Then it shows a man on the bus being told by another man that he is not racist. The bus driver says, "Why do you have to lie? You said you are not racist." And then it shows a black man on a bus who is harassed by a white man. The man says he is not racist. It ends with the bus driver saying, "You're a liar." It ended the same way. There was a good deal of talk about racism. The filmmakers obviously did their homework on the subject. It was a well-told story. The problem is that a person who thinks that racism is an important topic doesn't need to be told the whole story. In fact, the filmmakers were very, very selective in their choice of subjects. I'm not saying they didn't give any opportunity to other people. They did. However, the film never offered an alternative point of view. It just presented a set of different viewpoints. A well-told story. That said, this documentary was extremely well-done. It was really well done. The people who made it deserve recognition for their work.

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Frank

What a load of crap! Some of the stuff that was in this documentary (like the owner of the truck) was so fabricated and unbelievable. It was a complete waste of time and money. They even ruined the soundtrack and used bad actors to portray themselves. I've never seen a documentary that was so badly done and so poorly documented. I think the only good thing was that the trailer was at the end of the movie, but I still would not recommend this movie to anyone. It's like it was written by a group of 5 year olds. It was such a waste of time.

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Bryan

I think this documentary is one of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time. I watched it last week on Netflix and I don't regret watching it. It's a very informative film. There is plenty of footage from all four countries (except Japan) and it goes into detail about the migration, the story behind the story and the reactions of the different people from each country to their new neighbors. I think it is a very accurate account of what went on during the migration and how the people of each country came to a point where they wanted to be a part of the United States. It is very well done. It is a really emotional documentary and I thought it was one of the best documentaries I've ever seen.

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Keith

I was surprised to see that this film was such a big hit. As a guy who watches films a lot, I've always been skeptical about what I see on TV, but this was an exception. I didn't know what to expect, but was surprised to see such a well-made documentary, very accurate and well-paced, with a great soundtrack. The story was very gripping, and I'm glad to know there are some people out there who are willing to put their time and energy into making a documentary about a very important topic like this.

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Jane Jordan

There are two different types of documentaries: 1) those that focus on a subject that they truly care about, and 2) those that, like 'Speed' and 'No Way Out', focus on a subject that is too obvious, or too hard to understand. 'Speed' and 'No Way Out' both use this trick to great effect, and while 'Speed' is the more accessible of the two, the fact that it is more accessible makes it a bit of a drag. The problem with 'Speed' is that it is too much like a documentary, and not enough like a movie. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but it does mean that, on the whole, 'Speed' is a bit of a mess. When watching 'Speed', you can't help but think of the best documentary ever made. It was one of those 'Trilogy' type films that is so interesting and clever that it's impossible not to think about it for days afterwards. 'Speed' is the other type of documentary. It is quite a shame that it is almost impossible to find a copy of this film. That is, of course, unless you are in the exact same position as the director who made 'Speed'. The fact that 'Speed' is so good shows that it is too good to be just another documentary. This is not a bad thing, though. The fact that 'Speed' is so good means that it is probably worth watching, and if it doesn't appeal to you, you might not like it, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing either. You could watch it without feeling guilty. On the other hand, there are worse documentaries, and 'Speed' is not good enough to be one of them. It could have been much better, and it was definitely far better than I expected. It is an excellent documentary, but not one of the best documentaries ever made. So I would give 'Speed' a 6/10, and it is a bit of a great documentary, but it isn't anywhere near as good as the great documentaries that have come before it. If you are looking for a documentary, then 'Speed' is not for you. It is a good documentary, but it is not a great one. And that's it. That's all you need to know.

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Lauren R.

This documentary is about the racist prejudice and brutality that Americans face in a nation that prides itself on diversity. I haven't seen the movie but I've seen a few other documentaries that are about the same subject matter, which makes it even more amazing to me that this one is so accurate. As the majority of the country has little or no experience in understanding different cultures, this documentary helps the viewers to understand the behavior of the minorities in this country and what they see as their rightful rights and wrongs. It's not just the issue of affirmative action, it's also the issue of immigration and racism. This documentary is probably the most important thing I have seen all year. In a country that prides itself on diversity, this documentary shows us that racism exists in every culture, in every country and in every race. It teaches us to stand up for our rights and to stand against discrimination and unfairness. And the most important part of this documentary is that it is very human and real, so people of all colors can relate to it. This is something that is also important to see and learn about. I saw this movie for the first time last night and it made me think and also make me angry. It made me want to reach out and make changes. I love the way this documentary was presented. It was very well done and the messages were clear and understandable. It made me feel very proud of America and what we have accomplished in the last 200 years. I was really touched by the ending, which showed how America has been and how much we have changed over the last 200 years. It made me want to go back and to make my own change to help other people. If you like the topic, this is a must-see for you.

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Marilyn R.

I don't know how this film got it's rating of 8 stars. The movie is entertaining. The good part of the film is that it gives an insight to a story that was not widely known. There is nothing groundbreaking in the movie but I thought it was very good. It would have been a better film if it focused more on the fact that this was a documentary instead of trying to show how great America really is. One can feel bad for these guys and yet at the same time they are trying to tell a good story. If you are looking for a documentary that is entertaining then this is the film for you.

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Roger Kelly

This documentary goes through some of the facts behind the film's creation and uses interviews with some of the cast and crew. The documentary shows some of the reasons behind the making of this movie and some of the challenges they encountered while shooting this movie. There is also some information on the director, writer, and actors involved in the making of the movie. This is a great documentary to see and to get into the mind of the writer/director to get an understanding of how this movie came to be and why it's the way it is.

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Diane Griffin

When you see the tag line for this film, you think it's going to be a one-sided view of black people and the history of the United States. You think it's going to be about the civil rights movement or the integration of the south, or the black-white tensions that persisted into the '60s. Instead, this is a series of interviews, a series of talks that black people have with celebrities who are part of their own history. And what you get is not what you expect. The interviews are varied, with some focusing on people who have been famous for years and others who are just getting to that point. The interviews are interesting, and the best part of the film is when they get into what the interviewee thinks. You see how they interact with the interviewer and how their opinions change as the conversation continues. The first part of the film deals with rapper Ice Cube, who has a few funny stories about his life growing up in the south. But then, there's another comedian who tells a story about his relationship with his mother, and then there's Ray Charles, who talks about his relationship with his mother and how it changed through his career. And then, there's a couple of women who have stories about the war. One is a grandmother who talks about how her life in the South changed after the war, and then there's the young women who talk about the impact the war had on them. And the stories are interesting. They all have something to say, and they're mostly diverse. But, you never get the sense that the stories are being told as a whole. They're just being told one at a time. It's never quite clear what the purpose of the interviews is, and the people who are interviewed do not always get the opportunity to tell their stories. But, the interviews are entertaining, and the best part is when they get into what the people in the interviews think. You learn more about the celebrities and get to hear their opinions. It's not all news, though. There are some great ones. The comedian is a great one, because he explains why he hates being called a racist, but at the same time, he's trying to show how he is a unique person. The woman who worked for the Department of Housing and Urban Development talks about how she hates that term and how she's trying to keep people from saying that she's racist. The grandmother talks about how her life changed after the war and how it changed her, and there are also some great stories about famous entertainers like the comedian Jesse Jandreau. He explains how he became famous for his comedy and how he grew up in the south. The actor and director Gary F. Taylor talks about how his father was killed in a car crash and how his mother had to work and how she dealt with that. The comedian Jack White talks about his love of country music, how he used to have a song stuck in his head when he was a child, and how he used to perform at a church in the south. And there are some great stories about other famous entertainers. You hear stories about one who didn't like how he was being used by his fans and had to sell out, and there's also stories about a young comedian who went to the wrong college and ended up in jail and a woman who says that when she was a kid, she was abused by her father and that she ended up turning to drugs. And the most interesting stories are about the war. The comedian Marlon Wayons talks about how he lost his father to the war and how he had to take care of his mother. And the comedian Nneka Jones talks

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Cheryl H.

In a time where a lack of trust and understanding of the other is more than common, this documentary is a refreshing look at a different type of bond. The documentary focuses on the first 4 races of the American tour and their struggle to get their stories told and their lives recognized. This documentary is unique and well worth watching. In the documentary, the people of the first 4 races are interviewed in order to tell their stories. Each race brings a different story and it is not until the last race of the tour that the whole story is told. The interviews are done well and the story telling is superb. This documentary is a must watch for any racing fan.

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Ethan

If you have any knowledge about the history of the Civil War, you know that the South fought it, but you might not know what was really going on. This film gives us a very accurate and coherent history. Most of the negative reviews I have read are from those who feel the film portrays the South as a bunch of bigots who were just upset that the Union soldiers died on the battlefield, as opposed to the other way around. This film is a great way to understand that it wasn't the North that was the enemy, but the South. One reviewer, who called the film racist, made the following statement: "All the people in the South were so against the North, they had no intention of fighting a war. They wanted to be free. The North was the enemy. The South was the people's enemy." I think that this reviewer was either completely ignorant of the war or he was being intentionally inflammatory. While the film doesn't give the North a pass on slavery, it does give the South some reason to justify their existence. This film shows that the South was not only racist, but also a war machine and a brutal military force. Although I feel that the film is biased towards the South, it does an excellent job of telling the story. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the Civil War.

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Gary C.

These are the truths. The interviews are illuminating, the style is informative, and the content is powerful. I wish the film was longer. I felt that it left me with many questions. One was why this is the first film on the genocide of Armenians? Another was why we didn't see this genocide coming? My guess is that the genocide was not recognized as genocide until the years after the events. Many things are missing from the film, especially the stories of the survivors. But I think that what is missing are the stories of the victims. This is a shame, because it would be a powerful film. The interviews with survivors are very well done. In many cases they speak in great detail, and they provide the most compelling evidence that the genocide happened. I highly recommend it.

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Karen H.

One thing that is often overlooked in documentary films, particularly this genre, is the role of the artists in creating the context of the documentary. This movie does a great job at this, giving you insight into the history of the music and also providing some insight into the composers who created it. It is interesting to see how the music has changed over time, especially since the advent of digital audio. There are some great interviews with famous composers like James Brown, James Taylor and Louis Armstrong. One thing that has been forgotten is the influence that Andy Warhol had on the artists. Some of the quotes that were used in the documentary, and were used by Warhol in his art, are priceless. The documentary is an important look at the music, and shows that we as a society have a long way to go in terms of appreciating it. A must-see.

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Paul Flores

This documentary was released in 2008. It's an excellent overview of a great man's life. Though it is extremely low-budget, and some parts of the film are not clear, and this is perhaps the weakest aspect of the film, it does a wonderful job of showing the life of James Joyce. The production values are excellent. The main subject of the film is James Joyce, and the documentary is much better than most documentaries on the same subject. This documentary is one of the best on Joyce's life, and it is a great choice for anyone wanting to learn about a writer and his life. The only thing that I wish it would have shown is the changes he made in his life after his death, but it would have been an added depth to the film. The other feature of the film is the narration of the interviewees. It was clear that the documentary was heavily edited and it was clear that the people they interviewed were not comfortable with the interviewees being interviewed in this fashion. This is not a good way to narrate an interview. The best feature of this documentary is the quality of the production, and the interviewees. The production value is great, and the interviewees are great. The fact that this documentary is incredibly low-budget, and some of the parts of the film are not clear, is not a bad thing. The documentary is amazing, and a great addition to anyone's collection of James Joyce documentaries.

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Vincent

I was very impressed with this movie. I went to a number of the local film festivals last year and have seen a number of these documentaries. I have to say this was the best documentary I have seen in a while. It's pretty unbelievable that this film was not released in theaters. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who loves to hear people talk about their lives. This movie also has a great soundtrack and you can hear it played over the closing credits. This is one of the most interesting films I have seen in a long time. There were some really great stories told and it was a great way to spend an hour and a half. I can't wait to see the rest of the documentaries. If you enjoy documentaries this is the film for you.

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Cynthia

The most enjoyable part of watching this documentary was watching the stories of the immigrants who were the reason for the documentary, but they were also the reason why they had to suffer because of the policies of the immigration agents and the America's immigration system. I really enjoyed this documentary and I really hope it reaches as many people as possible.

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Carl Schmidt

This is an outstanding documentary that I was expecting to be more than what it was. It has a lot of powerful, compelling material, but is also very entertaining. The film is a good idea to understand how race relations have changed over the last 50 years. The stories that were told, and the films that were shown were amazing. It's important to understand the change of attitudes, as well as the reasons for it. If you're not interested in knowing about race relations, this isn't the film for you. If you're interested in learning about the attitudes and changes, this is the film for you. The images of the people are just as powerful as the stories. This film is great, and I recommend it to anyone.

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Emily Vargas

This documentary is a journey into the lives of some of the biggest rock stars of the 1980's. They are put in a situation that is very similar to those found in the film Airplane, but they did it on their own terms and in their own space. It was a pretty amazing ride. It has some really funny moments and some heartwarming moments, and there are some very moving moments too. However, the film is not really about any of the bands. It is about the people who were there at that time. For example, when Jim Morrison died, his wife, Susan, actually went into a lot of detail about her own experiences. I would say this was probably the best documentary of all the ones that I've seen, but I'm sure there are others that are better.

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Daniel

I thought it was a wonderful documentary. The experience of not knowing the outcome of the election and how the country is affected by this election. The American people are very divided and have no one to blame but themselves. How the government and media has affected the voters. This film is about the future and how we are going to get through this election. The film is very well done and was very interesting. The film is an eye opener for the American people and the media is very biased. I feel that the media and government are going to have a very difficult time controlling the American people. The future of the country is in the hands of the American people and this film is a great guide to show the American people the future and the responsibility that they have. I feel that it was very educational and was very informative.

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Gerald Patterson

I was quite impressed by this documentary. I think it was well done. I've been a fan of the blog 'a-Lit' for many years and I think they covered all the bases. I loved how they told the story of the inspiration that really made the difference for them and for me. I can't say I was surprised at how the film was made but I was surprised at how it went on to its conclusion. I'm sure that there will be more to come from this blog and it definitely got my attention. I think it is good to know that people are there and have been there and will continue to be there. It's good to see people being there for each other and how it really changes their lives. I don't think I've seen a film that has touched me so much and I think this is a good film for a younger audience.

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Terry

As the opening song says "as a continent we have been divided by war". The documentary "The Race Across America" chronicles the journey of two teams from the United States and Great Britain to the start of the British and American Oceana championships in Toronto, Canada. From the United States, teams are split up into teams of three and compete in four events. The three teams are: The U.S.A., The U.K., and The Canadian. While the Americans and British teams work to close the gap, the Canadians are the ones who have a chance at the trophy. The film is very entertaining and informative. One of the best documentaries I have seen in a while.

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Zachary P.

I remember this documentary as being a great effort, but I don't remember it being as effective as it was. This documentary made me feel like I was in a place I wasn't and that it was so important that I could do something to make a difference. The film was very well put together and it had a great voice-over from various people in the story. The focus was on the person behind the message, which is what made this film so powerful. It made me feel like I was there with them, and I could feel their pain and frustration. I recommend this documentary to everyone who is interested in environmentalism or environmental issues in general. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who has ever felt lost and lost a sense of purpose or who has ever felt like they didn't know where they stood or where they were going. This documentary is a must see, and I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in environmentalism or environmental issues in general.

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Tyler Pierce

This movie is awesome! I think it's a great documentary. It shows the dark side of the human nature. I love the fact that the director chose the topic of the race across America. It shows the differences in the races, the differences in the culture, and the differences in the history. The director didn't put a lot of people in the movie, but that is because the majority of the people in this movie are from the US. I think that the people in this movie are amazing. The main character is a great person, and she is very inspiring. The director really showed the world the history of the black people and the history of the white people. The director really made the history of the US and the world. It really shows that history can be changed, and that people can change the way they see the world. The director really showed that people can change the way they see the world. It's a great documentary, and I hope that the director will continue to make these kinds of documentaries.

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Carolyn W.

I think this movie should have been longer. It has been, and will be, a classic. The story is told in a way that makes you think, and in a way that makes you feel. You feel like you are on the edge of your seat, watching and listening. It is an amazing experience, and a must see.

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Marie Rice

There is a great deal of information in this film that is vital to anyone wanting to understand the world around them. The main reason this film is so important is that it is a brilliant documentary on a huge scale. The director has done a wonderful job in presenting the world of music and shows the people that work in it. From the first minute you will be captivated and it's amazing how the director has managed to show a very important and powerful story in such a short time. This film is definitely a must see and is certainly one that you will want to watch again and again. I give this film a 10/10.

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Jacob Rodriguez

It's a very long documentary. Some of the segments are just too long, but that's not the point. The point is that you can't get too emotionally involved in the movie, and you have to be thinking about what you are watching. I would recommend this to anyone who has ever wanted to know what it would be like to go through a war, or just want to see a different perspective on it. I don't know how many times I will watch it, but I can guarantee that I will be thinking about it after I've seen it. It's a great movie and I would recommend it to anyone. I think that it's really important to know what it's like to go through a war, and I think that the film really shows that it is an experience that we all have to live through at some point. There are a lot of people who have been through the war and I think that this documentary is going to help them understand what it's like to go through it. I really hope that it will get the attention that it deserves.

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Laura S.

Good story. Good documentary. Liked the way the stories were told and the way the opinions were presented. There was a few too many plot holes. I would have liked to see more interviews with people who went through the exact same thing. It's very disturbing to hear that some of the groups did not feel safe because of the people they had to leave behind. I would have loved to hear their story and see how they were treated after the races. It would have given a lot more information about the feelings of the people that were left behind and would have given a better picture of what happened. I think this would have been a good documentary.

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Gerald

This movie is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I am not a fan of baseball, but the fans and the fans that were there gave this movie a perfect score. If you have ever seen the movie "American Gangster", you can see a glimpse of what this movie was about. The movie showed the fans in all the stadiums in the World Series and how they react to the action. The movie also showed the fans in other sports that were in the World Series. The movie was about the fans and what they did for the fans, and what they were doing for the country. The movie was shot in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and it shows the fan base and what they do for the fans. If you are a fan of baseball, and you are looking for a movie to see, I would recommend this movie.

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Alice Jackson

I saw this documentary for the first time recently. It was a long time coming. It took me a few days to get used to the camera and then I began to enjoy it. The documentary starts out in a strange, sepia tone, then transitions into a very well done, well edited documentary of the race. Then it transitions to a news segment where the race is discussed. The journalist then transitions into a different segment where a gay guy has a similar experience and the segment is very well done. Then it transitions back to the news segment, where it starts to take on a somewhat nostalgic tone. I didn't know this documentary was going to be so well done. This documentary is about a historic event that took place in America in the late 1800's. It was the first ever race between two races. The two races were the English and the American Indians. The race was a race between a white man and a black man. This race was to determine the superiority of the American Indian. I thought this documentary was a great way to begin the film. The race was a huge news story at the time and the race was so well done. I enjoyed this documentary a lot. It was a great way to begin the film. I would recommend this documentary to anyone.

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Frances

My friends and I are the victims of a serious brain cancer. I am glad that the film gave us the chance to share the real story of this horrible disease. The main character of the film is a young woman named Nita, who is diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer. She was unable to keep a job for the first four months, and was left with no financial means to support her and her family. The film shows her as a young woman with a great heart and a desire to do the right thing for her family and friends. She goes to the hardest place of all - the war in Iraq, to do what is right for her family and friends. She was a mother and a wife. The film shows the impact of this cancer on the family and the people who loved her. I have watched this film with my sister, my parents, my aunt, my niece, and my cousin. It is a must see. I was surprised to see a father and a husband in the film. I don't think they would have been aware of the true impact that this disease has on a family. We have watched this film many times and we will continue to watch it. I think everyone should see this film, even if they are not related to the person in the film.

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Teresa Castillo

This is an incredible documentary, and it is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. This documentary chronicles the efforts of 3 groups of people to organize and run the "Race Across America", a marathon across the country. The three groups are: the New York City Marathon (NYC), the Chicago Marathon (Chicago) and the Los Angeles Marathon (LA). They are all run in a different order, and each race is a different story. The people involved in these races are a diverse bunch, and they all share their experiences with each other. The stories are all very interesting, and they all come from different countries, and all come from different walks of life. This documentary is very interesting, and it is a very well done documentary. I'm glad to have seen this documentary, and I highly recommend it.