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Breaking a Monster is a movie starring Malcolm Brickhouse, Jarad Dawkins, and Alec Atkins. BREAKING A MONSTER chronicles the break-out year of the band UNLOCKING THE TRUTH, following 13-year-old members Alec Atkins, Malcolm...

Genres
Documentary, Drama, Biography, Music
Director
Luke Meyer
Starring
Alec Atkins, Malcolm Brickhouse, Jarad Dawkins, Alan Sacks

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Product details

Genres Documentary, Drama, Biography, Music
Director Luke Meyer
Writer Brad Turner, Luke Meyer
Stars Alec Atkins, Malcolm Brickhouse, Jarad Dawkins, Alan Sacks
Country USA
Also Known As Breaking A Monster: A film about Unlocking the Truth
Runtime 1 h 32 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description BREAKING A MONSTER chronicles the break-out year of the band UNLOCKING THE TRUTH, following 13-year-old members Alec Atkins, Malcolm Brickhouse and Jarad Dawkins as they first encounter stardom and the music industry, transcending childhood to become the rock stars they always dreamed of being.

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Monday, 06 Jul 2020 16:49

The film "Spider-Man" was an instant hit for a reason. It was an engaging, brilliant, and at the same time, a real thought-provoking story of a young man who went into a coma and was put in a coma again because of a brain tumor. But what he thought of that movie is what this film is about. His wife, along with his son, who is the movie's focus, tell a compelling story about how his life was shattered. He had a great life, but it was a life of pain and suffering. It is a story of his desire to understand what happened to him and why he was the way he was. While the story was a great one, the cinematography was absolutely breathtaking. It was a pity that the director, James Newton Howard, couldn't capture the beauty of the city of New York. It is truly amazing. The cinematography is especially amazing in the scenes in and around the New York subway. The lighting is gorgeous and all the colors were perfectly chosen. The attention to detail is incredible. Every time you look at a scene, you will find something new. The scenes are so well-staged and carefully crafted that you will find yourself forgetting that this is a film. This is an amazing film that doesn't rely on special effects and a lot of the CGI that is used in superhero movies. It's a film that has a lot of heart and it is really heartbreaking. This is a movie that I would recommend for anyone to see. The characters are really well-written and the story is very poignant. It is a very emotional film and you will leave the theater with an immense sense of satisfaction.
Thursday, 02 Jul 2020 12:40

In his documentary 'The Great Disruption', filmmaker Michael Moore takes us back to the point in time when the practice of musical theatre was already a fad, and it's remarkable that we have yet to see the arrival of the movie version of Moore's 'Roger and Me', which explores the history of the British performance artists of the 50s, 60s and 70s. Here, we see how these artists were being threatened by the increasingly communist state of the day, who was concerned with curbing the free expression of their art. These performances were no longer a spontaneous and spontaneous reaction to a particular scene, but were seen as acts of protest, which were not only seen as an infringement of the state's freedom, but also a threat to the nation. In this case, the big-name actors were being restricted in what they could do, and the playwrights were being stifled in what they could say. This is a time in which musicians were becoming more radical, and their art was becoming more subversive. Moore explores the story of these actors, and their art, and how it all started. The way he works his way through the stories is very engaging, and I found myself completely engrossed in his story, and with his information. The performances themselves are all interesting, and worth a look. All the actors are at the top of their game, and Moore does a great job in showing them all. However, I feel that the real story to this film is the personal story of these actors, and Moore doesn't tell this part of the story. It was a great film, but I feel that the personal story was a bit more interesting than the general story. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone interested in the art of musical theatre, and the career of these artists.
Sunday, 24 May 2020 20:11

Robert Duvall's iconic performance as the 'Grim Reaper' in Robert Wise's 'The Passion of the Christ' has long been regarded as the most memorable performance of his career. The film version of his autobiography was based on his real life. In 'The Grim Reaper', Duvall has made an informed performance of his life in which he is also the main character, but not the main focus. In the film, he plays the role of the thirty-year-old writer who left Christianity after it became a topic of public debate in the 1960's. He is not at all the sinner he was made out to be in the film. The reason why I like this film is because it is factual and not sentimental. I really enjoyed it, and it is much better than I expected. Robert Duvall's performance as John Lennon, for example, has been compared to that of the original 'Starman' by William Castle. He is not the same man as Castle's Starman, he is not the same person as Castle's John Lennon, but I found that comparison believable. Duvall is very convincing in the role of John Lennon. While watching the film, I felt that I was watching an interview of Duvall. Duvall's interview is very moving, and the film does not detract from it. I think that the film does a good job of portraying the main characters' personal issues and problems. Robert Duvall, to me, did a very good job at showing us the problems that he had, and the personal reasons he had for leaving Christianity. The film does not dwell on the personal issues of the main characters, but on the personal problems they had. Robert Duvall has a good performance in this film, and it is well worth seeing.
Saturday, 18 Apr 2020 01:47

It was just a very good documentary. I can't think of any other reason to watch it, except the fact that it's about rock music. But in some ways, it's a little different, because of the amount of time spent on the music. And the way it is shot. The footage is mixed and split into different styles, which is pretty cool. The documentary's title is rather good, because it describes this film pretty well. The story begins with John Lennon, who was a very, very famous singer, but at the same time, a very dangerous one. He was a big fan of extreme music, and thought that he could make it big by becoming a rock star. He was going to have a huge success if he did, but then he got arrested, for drug use. This movie follows his story, as it is told by his fans. I think that it's a great film, because it is very, very interesting, but it's also very, very good. The documentary is divided into four parts. In the first, it focuses on John Lennon's life. The second part is about the band, The Beatles. The third part is about the drug problem, and the fourth part is about the Beatle's war with the British press. The documentary's story is told by the people who knew John Lennon the best, and they are interviewed in the last part. The documentary's main message is about how important rock music was to him. And how it has influenced his life, and it has influenced his friends, his family and his band. I would say that the main message is good, but I don't think that it's very important, because I don't think that it is important enough. The message is mostly just that rock music is important, and that rock music can make people do crazy things. But the movie has some good messages in it. I think that the documentary has a good message, but it's not very important. I wouldn't say that it's very good, but it's good. 7/10


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