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Miss Sharon Jones! is a movie starring Sharon Jones, Starr Duncan-Lowe, and Binky Griptite. Miss Sharon Jones: Dreams never expire but sometimes they are deferred. Miss Sharon Jones follows the talented and gregarious soul singer of...

Genres
Documentary, Music
Director
Barbara Kopple
Starring
Megan Holken, Binky Griptite, Starr Duncan-Lowe, Sharon Jones

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Product details

Genres Documentary, Music
Director Barbara Kopple
Stars Megan Holken, Binky Griptite, Starr Duncan-Lowe, Sharon Jones
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 33 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 Miss Sharon Jones: Dreams never expire but sometimes they are deferred. Miss Sharon Jones follows the talented and gregarious soul singer of the Grammy nominated R&B band "Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings." In the most challenging year of her life, Sharon Jones confronts pancreatic cancer. As she struggles to find her health and voice again, the film intimately uncovers the mind and spirit of a powerful woman determined to regain the explosive singing career that eluded her for 50 years.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 07 Jul 2020 22:17

This documentary looks at the birth of country music in the 60's and how it has been shaped over the years, with the likes of Hank Ballard and Neil Young that was forced into retirement due to his drug use and heroin addiction. I can't help but wonder why this doc is coming out in this manner, it's so far removed from the reality of it all and the people involved are put into a very unappealing and insulting light. I'm not sure why this doc is called the "MTV Movie of the Year" when the actual movie it's nominated for has something much more to offer to the public, both as a film and a documentary. Maybe it's because the kid in this doc is about as much a role model as a teenager's needs to be. Nowhere in this doc does it suggest that anyone actually believed Hank was a young, talented, charismatic person and I know for a fact that no one would think that by hearing these words that he was. Maybe I'm just a hater but I was very disappointed in the documentary and while I was reading some of the comments that this film has generated I felt that the person I was watching this with was feeling the same way. Perhaps the best example of this was after I'd finished watching the doc I was sick of hearing this kid talk about himself and how he didn't have any friends and this particular remark to the kid he interviewed made me feel this way. I honestly can't tell you what the best part of the doc was but if you are into music then you're bound to be entertained.
Friday, 03 Jul 2020 18:08

This film is really a made for TV movie. Telling the story of a group of black musicians who were best friends, the film is fairly small in size. That doesn't mean that it is really boring or you won't get anything out of it, but it really isn't that special. The film only has 3 songs that are performed live. The first song is called "Paint da Water," which really is a B-grade hip hop song, and isn't anything special either. The second song is called "Black Man in Jail," a decent song, but not much more. The final song is called "Killing a White Boy" and is called "The Kids from Bristol" and was written by B-grade singer Tommy Tutone. It is the most upbeat song from this film, and is kind of popular music for the black community. The film could have been a lot better, and this is something that we should keep in mind when we watch music videos. While this film may not be that great, it certainly is not that bad. Just don't expect much, because the biggest problem with this film is that it is really a made for TV movie. It was pretty well made though and you will definitely notice some talent that was involved in this film. It would be nice if there were more music videos that were actually made for TV instead of being released as a movie, but that is just my opinion. The film is worth a watch, but the quality is not very high, but then again, this is something that we should be thankful for. In any case, this film isn't that great and should only be watched if you really like music videos, or if you are one of those people who actually likes to watch movies.
Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 02:31

So I found this documentary because of the great music and videos in it. I watched this on VHS but I would watch it again. This movie tells us the story of a group of people that decided to go into space, or rather more precisely, jump out of space. It was during this time that they found out that they had kidney disease and were having trouble with their kidney function. So they decided to go into space, or rather more precisely they jumped out of space. They were really hoping to go to space when they found out that they had a virus that could kill them. So that was pretty sad. So they came back home and were like this is a really bad time to do this because we can't just let go, we have to make this a dream, because if we don't dream this can go bad. It can't go bad. So they decided to use it as a good time to actually live. They lived with this and they were actually making music and doing other things, and this time was actually a good time. So when they came back they went back home. And they started thinking about it, and they decided to go to space again. And this time they didn't think about it, but they actually did it. And this time they were like we should try to be real. I really think we should dream this into reality. I think we should live in a better way, not just sit around and watch some video. I think we should live better. And that's what this film is about. And it also tells us the story of one of the people that they didn't go into space, so it's a lot of amazing things. So it's definitely a really interesting documentary. There are some songs that are very inspirational, but it's also a very sad thing. It's a really sad thing that you can't just just go in space, you have to go for something. It's not just you know, I want to be a space cowboy. It's a different kind of dream. It's a really good movie. If you like music, or if you like seeing astronauts, you should definitely watch this.
Monday, 01 Jun 2020 14:45

I have recently watched this documentary and after this I have to say that I did not feel that the "B" genre was it's primary fault. The first half of this documentary tells of the young rocker and singer, Sharon Jones, of the era that is 1979. Sharon's message, and what she believes in, is shown in a very funny and interesting way. In her private life, we see how she struggled with drugs, and some of her drug usage, as well as some of her problems, and how her album came to be. Her parents are around in the film, but what matters most is that they are clear and honest about their daughters. The documentary goes on to tell how this new pop star was influenced by punk rock, and how she developed her own style and sound. The "new wave" was what this generation used to listen to. Her father played many instruments, which was not appreciated by her mother who was a classical musician. At the same time, this rock star had many personal issues. What was the biggest problem for her? Drugs. Her mother was the biggest critic of them, and she was a very important person in her daughter's life. With all the problems, there were great things that she had. For example, her musical ability was amazing, and it also enhanced her relationship with her father, who is usually close with his wife. She had a good father figure in her mother, and the documentary covers all the things that she experienced. Then the documentary is done, and we go on to the real Sharon. Sharon is very intelligent, and yet funny. She sees a lot of things, and she sees herself in everything. I can tell you that the "B" genre and what it is or isn't about, is only the main part of this film. This is a very good documentary for those who love or hate the "B" genre, and it is not only for those who love the rocker/singer, Sharon Jones. There are a lot of good messages in this film, but I must say that the second half could have been a bit better. There could have been a bit more of the personal struggles Sharon had, and a bit more about her drug use.
Monday, 20 Apr 2020 13:27

There's a reason why some artists/musicians/actors/actresses/etc. come and make documentaries on what they do, and then there are other people who either have their name on things, or don't have anything to do with it. It's because a lot of people think that "film" is some kind of artistic medium, or that it's a special, separate, separate, different form of entertainment. Well, this film is about taking that notion, and finding its true meaning, and making a documentary about it. The producers of this film never had to get approval from an artist's/producer's/director's/co-star's/editor's/assistant's/etc. family, or anything else. They just had to turn it into a documentary. It's not about you, it's about YOU, and you and the things that you are. This documentary is also about getting permission. In my humble opinion, the guy who won the Oscar for "The Sixth Sense" should be the one who gets the Oscar. Just like "The Sixth Sense" is a story, and not just an art-house movie that nobody wants to see, but in this case, you definitely DO want to see it. So if you're in the mood for a personal, intelligent, and meaningful documentary, and you want to see a film about how hard it is to actually make a documentary, this is the film you'll want to see. At the end of the day, we're not here for entertainment, we're here for education. So in this case, the people who make the best films will ALWAYS win, the ones that are the most fascinating will ALWAYS win, and the ones that are the most artistic will ALWAYS win. Congratulations to Mr. Spielberg, Mr. Magnussen, Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Mason, Mr. Aite, Mr. Mimi Kennedy, Mr. Adam Goldberg, Mr. Boseman, Mr. Cher, Mr. Ben-Hur, and Mr. Spielberg. You're awesome, I'm really impressed.


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