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Boston is a movie starring Matt Damon, Robert de Castella, and Manzie Jones. The history of the Boston Marathon from its humble origins starting with only 15 runners, to the first female runners, through the tragedy in 2013, and...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Jon Dunham
Starring
Matt Damon, Rosa Mota, Manzie Jones, Robert de Castella

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Jon Dunham
Stars Matt Damon, Rosa Mota, Manzie Jones, Robert de Castella
Country USA
Also Known As BOSTON: An American Running Story
Runtime 1 h 54 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 The history of the Boston Marathon from its humble origins starting with only 15 runners, to the first female runners, through the tragedy in 2013, and ultimately the triumph of 2014.

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Monday, 29 Jun 2020 23:00

When I first heard about this documentary, I was thrilled to hear about it. This documentary has been on my must-see list for a long time, so I was not disappointed when I finally watched it. The style of the film is not too cliche, but it is very well done. This documentary is about the history of the Rothschild family and the banking, banking and insurance industry, as well as the history of the United States and it's political and social system. The documentary also focuses on the American Civil War as a catalyst for the Rothschilds and the rest of the banking, banking and insurance industry to begin building their empire. One of the most interesting aspects of this documentary is that it goes into a lot of detail about how the Rothschilds, and other industrialists in the US, set up their businesses, from their first to their last. The Rothschilds were actually very secretive about their business and they did not advertise their company to the public, so the general public never knew what they were up to. This movie takes you through the history of the Rothschilds and the history of the United States in a very interesting and entertaining way. The characters in this documentary are very well drawn, and the majority of the film is very interesting and interesting to watch. It's very interesting to see the activities of the Rothschilds, such as their financial, banking, and insurance activities, and the economic impact of the US in the early 20th century. This documentary is a great documentary, and I would recommend it to anyone interested in the history of the Rothschilds, the history of the US and its people, or just a documentary that you would like to watch.
Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 19:47

Most people know the story of the World Trade Center attack on 9/11. So does David Gerrold, an ABC News correspondent and director of "Dead Wrong: A Documentary" and an instructor in News Management at the University of Texas at Austin. "We were just doing our jobs," he said. "I was being a journalist, and my bosses were making me go out and do my job. The story is all about one piece of the puzzle. That piece was the people who took a chance on that day." Gerrold has a way of seeing the problems of this day through the eyes of an old professional. "This movie is about the people who were so eager to get back to their lives," he said. "But how they did it was so important." He started with his boss, a retired New York police captain, and his colleagues in the newsroom. The crew, he says, were doing their jobs. They knew what they were doing. "When I showed it to them," Gerrold said, "they said, 'This is too personal. I don't want to know what happened.' But as I was getting them to talk, I realized that if I kept it as personal as possible, I was going to have to tell them about their personal stories. And I was going to have to ask them to talk about what happened." Gerrold says the reaction was more than he expected. "The news stories I have seen in the past," he said, "they have a very conventional, boring and repetitious nature. They make you feel like you're watching a documentary." Gerrold knows what he's doing. "I don't want people to think it's not a big deal," he said. "It's an event of monumental proportions." The focus of the film is the people of the TV newsroom. "The newsroom is a place where you go to get work done," he said. "It's a place where you go to work. And you are, at the end of the day, your boss. And they are, at the end of the day, their bosses." Gerrold said it was almost like watching a film that was part documentary, part fiction. "It's a story of the people who were there, and the people who were there, but it's not the story of the newsroom. It's a story of the people who went on that day." The people who worked on 9/11 and the people who knew them helped tell the story, he said. "It was a tragedy," Gerrold said. "It was a tragedy for all of us." We know that what happened on 9/11
Monday, 20 Apr 2020 22:43

This is the first documentary I have ever seen that shows the struggles that come with having to deal with a woman being a victim of domestic violence. This documentary is very well-done and, while I understand that the people involved in the film aren't always advocates, I think that the film was really well-done. I think the main problem with the film is that it doesn't talk about the different kinds of domestic violence and the different kinds of perpetrators that might be involved. I think that the film would have been better off talking about how the police are trained to look for clues in the same way that the mental health professionals are trained. I think that it would have been much better off talking about why this happens and what the state's of knowledge is. This film also doesn't talk about how this happens. I think that that's really important to be aware of. I think that the fact that it's not talking about it does make it a better film. I think that this film could have been much better if they had spent more time on it and spent more time on the different kinds of violence and the different kinds of men involved in it. I think that the police would be better off looking into this more. I think that this documentary would have been a lot better if they had talked more about how they can help and what they can do to help. I think that this film is very well-made and it shows how people can be beaten by a man who they're supposed to love and who was supposed to have left them. I think that this is a very important film that should be seen. I think that it should be seen by everybody, because if everybody knows something about domestic violence and how to help somebody then I think that domestic violence would be a lot less likely to happen. I think that this is a very important documentary that should be seen.
Monday, 20 Apr 2020 16:47

The US government's Central Intelligence Agency has classified the former director of the CIA, George Bush, Jr., as a traitor, possibly even to his country. This book, written by Carl Bernstein and Michael Isikoff, is an investigation into that charge, a chapter of the investigation that has taken almost a half century. The result is an important, insightful, and also highly entertaining film about the long, dark shadow of George W. Bush and his time in office. It's based on the book by Michael Isikoff, based on his interviews with about 50 former senior CIA officials. Their conclusions about Bush's supposed abandonment of the "public good" have been confirmed in a series of CIA internal reviews. This book was the first to investigate Bush's use of the CIA and the conduct of the war in Iraq, and has provided some of the key documents that have helped discredit Bush's claim to the office of the presidency. The film's four major threads are based on the review of about 50 CIA officials by Michael Isikoff and Carl Bernstein, the Washington Post reporter. They also interviewed many former Bush administration officials and others, and have included hundreds of interviews with people who have heard or read about these allegations. It was edited by Brian Ford, who wrote about the film in his book "From the Archives: The Untold Story of the CIA and the Bush Administration," and used a hand-held camera to make it more understandable to the general public. The film is accessible to anyone, and doesn't mince words about what it is about. Some of the other reviews have asked whether the film is partisan. This film isn't partisan, but it's a movie that deserves to be seen. It's a great story that's worth telling. It's the best documentary of the year, and one of the best films of the decade.
Friday, 17 Apr 2020 00:31

I had the pleasure of seeing this film on its opening day in June of 2002. It was very well-received by the film festival audience, who praised the film for its accuracy. Many people asked for an English version, and a few people went to the cinema in Vancouver to view it. Most comments I heard in the cinema were positive. I think it was due to the low-budget, and because the film is about the war. I never saw it on television, but I'm sure it would be worth seeing in the cinema. I had heard that one of the major criticisms of the film was that it was biased against the US and Canada, and this made me wonder why the US is portrayed so negatively in this film. What would have been the point of portraying the US and Canada as a warring empire? The movie is not a polemic, and the films central thesis is not to prove the other side is wrong. This is the typical American propaganda film. I also found it curious that the US is presented as a superpower, when the two countries are embroiled in a war. That is in no way an acceptable situation for the United States, as this is a country which has been warring with many countries on a much larger scale. The US has never been at peace with the world, and it has a long history of foreign intervention in the world. I found the Hollywood portrayal of the United States as a good guy and the UK as a bad guy a little too neat, and sometimes irritating. I agree that a documentary should not show only sides of the story, but the movie has been done a great service by not following a particular political perspective. We need to see the war from all sides, not just the USA and Canada. I would recommend the movie to anyone interested in international relations and war.


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