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Magnus is a movie starring Magnus Carlsen, Garry Kasparov, and Viswanathan Anand. Magnus Carlsen, Norwegian chess prodigy, becomes a grandmaster at age 13 and world champion in 2013.

Other Titles
Magnus - Der Mozart des Schachs, Magnus: schackgeniet
Running Time
1 hours 18 minutes
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Benjamin Ree
Benjamin Ree, Linn-Jeanethe Kyed
Magnus Carlsen, Garry Kasparov, Viswanathan Anand
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Magnus Carlsen, Norwegian chess prodigy, becomes a grandmaster at age 13 and world champion in 2013.

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Jerry W.

A compelling and heartfelt documentary about the Vietnam War. This film is in a league with "Hoosiers" and "My Brother the Devil". You can't take your eyes off of this film, it's captivating, engaging and, above all, convincing. The cast is wonderful, and the portrayal of each man is believable. It's just so damn hard to find a single negative thing about this film. It's hard to think that so many of us are too stupid to realize the massive impact that the war has had on us. I think it's very important that we recognize how it affects us, and even more important that we stand up for our brothers and sisters who are fighting in the same war. I think it's even more important that we come together and support them. This film is a MUST SEE!

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Joyce Daniels

In this documentary, Jon Krakauer delves into the question of whether our society is becoming increasingly disconnected from one another, and if so, is it necessary to fight back. He gives examples of the kinds of things we are doing to one another that are to some extent ineffective, and, of course, that we are now able to do without. But he also shows how we, as a society, are more than willing to take advantage of those times when we are most isolated, and we still feel that it is important to help each other. And that, he says, is what we need to remember and remember in the midst of our technological, financial, and ecological crises. He suggests that we need to remember that there is a war going on among us, and that we have to fight it. The film ends with a plea to us to remember that we do have the power to overcome our fears and help each other, because in the end, they are the most important thing we have to remember.

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Wayne C.

This movie is a powerful piece of journalism and it makes you think and make you think about what really happens in our world. The documentary focuses on the major political stories that shape our world. It brings you up to speed on the current events and the news that is getting worse by the minute. The documentary is very important and important because it gives us an insight into the way people think, what the news is really like and what the news is really being told. It's a great movie for anyone who wants to know what is really happening in our world and it also helps you understand what the world is really like.

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Alan Nguyen

This is a very powerful documentary about a man, who has changed the lives of his neighbours, by giving them a hand to help them get through a difficult time. It is a very sad story and I think it is very important to see how people can find a way to make a difference. However, this is not a story about the political situation in Iran. It is a story about a man and his community and how the main events in the history of Iran have changed it, and how the people in that community can find a way to make a difference. The documentary is very moving, and shows that life has been given a new meaning and a new meaning is given to it by the actions of a person. It also shows how the community of the Iranian people can work together and find a way to help people. It is also a very inspiring story of how people can make a difference and how their actions can change the world around them. I have watched this documentary and I am in awe of this man and his community. It is amazing how people can make a difference. This man is a hero.

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A very thought provoking and well made documentary, by the masterful director of the award winning "The Thin Red Line", Eric Rohmer. This movie is made on a shoestring budget, and that is what makes it so effective. The perspective of one man's personal journey into a war zone, and the challenges he is faced with, is amazing. The way he gets a hold of the footage, and documents it, is very engaging. It's a movie that won't leave you with a sense of satisfaction, but will leave you thinking about what you've just seen. All of the great performances in this movie are by the top notch actors in the world. I was impressed with the way that Douglas Quaid and Tom Hanks portrayed the father and son. It's a shame that Quaid was miscast as the father, as he is such a great actor, but he was very effective. Tom Hanks was the opposite. He is absolutely perfect for the role of the father. He is such a good actor, but he was miscast as the father. His acting is so subtle and subtle, and when he is on screen you can't help but feel sorry for him. Eric Rohmer's direction is stunning, as you are sucked into the film from the very beginning. The shots of the soldiers walking in the rain, and the interactions between the soldiers are extraordinary. The documentary style of this film is also excellent, as it is very cinematic. This is a movie that I will recommend to anyone who has a passion for this subject matter. I rate it a 9/10.

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An unlikely but nonetheless incredibly informative documentary, "Magnus" tells the story of James H. Reiley, who became a public enemy number one, if not a million dollar man, after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Reiley was a New York Times reporter for many years, who reported extensively on the Japanese attacks in Pearl Harbor, then made the infamous "Fugitive" video, in which he ranted about Japanese spies and "getaways." Reiley's real-life wife, Helen Lloyd, died of cancer in 2008. Her younger brother, Ken, who also died of cancer, made a documentary called "Filthy Frank," about Frank Sinatra. While it may be considered propaganda, the film is extremely informative. Reiley's newspaper column is worth a read, and you may learn something about the real-life events of Pearl Harbor, and the war in general. I give this film an 8.5 out of 10. A little more context would have made it a 9.5.

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This is a very good documentary that shows you some of the key people in this crucial period in the history of the Jewish people. We learn about the details of the Nazi extermination of the Jews and how this affected the lives of the Jews who had to live in Nazi-controlled territory and how it affected their children. We also hear from Jewish leaders and survivors who explain how their lives were altered by the Holocaust and how it affected their families. The director does a good job of showing how these events affected the lives of those who were affected and how they had to cope with it. The documentary is well made, and I think that this film really captures the essence of what the Holocaust was like. I recommend it highly.

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Magnus is a documentary about a man who goes around the world and writes a book about his life. The book, "The Secret Life of M. Butterfly", tells the story of his life. You can see clips from the book. The movie follows his life from his first year of the book to his last year. He does not tell much of the story to the people he meets. The movie does not cover much about the book itself. There is a lot of information about the book, but nothing that would really give you a good idea about the book itself. The book is well written and tells the story of a man named M. Butterfly. There is a lot of information about the book, but nothing really useful. It is hard to say whether or not the book is better than the movie. I think it depends on how much you like the book. I would not recommend this documentary for anyone who does not like the book.

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Jack S.

It's an odd film that should be appreciated. The cinematography, the sets, the editing, the character design, the set design.everything is so perfectly placed and executed that it makes the viewer think about the world in which we live. I liked the ending a lot. I liked the way that the movie gives a message to the viewer. I was surprised at how much I liked it. I recommend this film.

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The movie is great. I think it is great for people who like to know a bit about the history of the european movie industry. It also is good for people who like to learn a bit about the history of the movies. This movie is about how the cinema went in a turbulent time of american history. The movie shows the state of cinema in the late 70's and early 80's and how it was influenced by the radical left. It also shows how american cinema became independent of the world cinema. For those who are interested in cinema history this movie is a must see. I give it an 8 out of 10.

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Judy H.

This documentary on Charles Darwin and his work is the best thing I've ever seen on the subject of evolution. There are many things to admire about it. First, it's informative and shows that Darwin was just a humanist. We can't deny that he was. But it also shows that he was a man who believed that humans were a special, noble race. A race that had a mission to carry out and that would lead to their own extinction if they failed. They showed him as a man of science. We see him doing scientific experiments and he had a strong work ethic. This was the way he lived his life. He was not some sort of a prig. He was just a man who believed in science. This documentary is a must-see for anyone who wants to learn about evolution and its relation to the human race. The films is very well done and well worth the price of admission.

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The current momentum for the human extinction of the species is breathtaking. How do we prepare ourselves for the first possible onslaught of the human plague? Are we at the point of extinction where we are all in danger of being wiped out? What are our alternatives? What can we do about it? How do we find solutions? We are in the middle of a process of severe environmental degradation that threatens our existence as a species. This documentary looks at what the effects of this crisis are not only for our species, but for our human descendants as well. The human population has exploded and this has caused the destruction of nature and our own food production. There is nothing in nature that can sustain us or replenish our stocks of food. The forests are being cleared to make room for growing cities. The desert is being lost and replaced with grasslands. The oceans are being polluted by chemical fertilizers, plastics and pesticides. We are losing so much of our own habitat that we need to alter the balance of the world's oceans and to save the ocean. Many of the species in the oceans are disappearing. Their numbers are dropping, so their populations are dwindling. The ocean is in trouble. The natural food sources that support our species are being destroyed. The human race is now at the brink of extinction. I highly recommend this film.

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Rose S.

This documentary does a superb job of focusing on the early days of the old baseball league in New York. The camera shows the professional players doing things like shooting pool and eating at the pool hall. The only way to understand this era of baseball is to get involved with the players and to get a feel for what life was like for them. The film does a fine job of showing the efforts of many people who worked to make the game of baseball better. The players all talk about how they have to work hard just to make a living. The film shows the new players who joined the league in the 1940's. The new players are depicted as being good at the game and being talented. The film shows the early days of the league and the money the players received from the league. The players are also portrayed as being very competitive, and are shown as playing on a level playing field. There are some scenes that are not very flattering to the players, but overall this is an excellent documentary that will be a favorite of any baseball fan.

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Debra K.

I think the greatest strengths of this documentary are its authenticity and its realism. It's the sort of documentary that a lot of people will recognize as being very good, even though they don't know a great deal about Magnus. It's also not like a documentary about every tiny detail about Magnus's life. It's more like a comprehensive biography, rather than a chronicle. It's a film that you will recognize as being very good. Not the greatest documentary, but a good one. I can't say anything bad about it. It's very well-done. It's the kind of documentary you can watch over and over again and never get bored with it. I would recommend it to everyone.