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Chonda Pierce: Enough is a movie starring Chonda Pierce. Stand-up comedian Chonda Pierce, known as the "Queen of Clean", continues to share her emotional journey and story in this sequel to her 2015 award winning documentary "Chonda...

Rick Altizer
Chonda Pierce

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Genres Documentary
Director Rick Altizer
Writer Rick Altizer, Chonda Pierce
Stars Chonda Pierce
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 30 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 Stand-up comedian Chonda Pierce, known as the "Queen of Clean", continues to share her emotional journey and story in this sequel to her 2015 award winning documentary "Chonda Pierce: Laughing In The Dark".

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Sunday, 28 Jun 2020 10:31

The short documentary "Enough" presents a retrospective of the director's filmography, her previous film "The Shining" and a few interviews. Director and co-writer of the "The Shining" film, Stanley Kubrick, has had his share of ups and downs in his career. He has been a director and producer of some very popular movies over the years, but not many who have won Oscars, and he has had some film failures as well. But this documentary is not just a nostalgic look at the man and his films, but it is also a look into his creative process and how his films changed and evolved over time. The film follows Stanley Kubrick as he and his wife, Maureen, reminisce about some of his films and their influence on him and his career. He discusses his childhood, his life in Germany as a child, his early days as a film director, and his time working for Hollywood, and his family life. But most of all, he talks about the films and the process of making them. We also learn about the Kubrick's involvement with "The Shining" and his relationship with Kubrick's mother, who also worked as a film editor on some of the films Kubrick directed, and the different styles of editing Kubrick and his mother made. And this documentary is also about the work that Kubrick's wife, Maureen, did for the films, editing and also producing them. But it's also about his relationship with Kubrick's mother, and how it affected his own career. And the film doesn't end on a positive note for the director, as she was also making a documentary on her husband's life, and she makes some comments about his reaction to this documentary, which he didn't want to be mentioned. Overall, the documentary is a good and informative look at the man and his career. It's also a good look at the history of Kubrick's films, and how he has evolved and evolved over time. The documentary is a good look into the director's creative process and how his films have changed over time. The film is an enjoyable look into the man and his films and it does a good job of highlighting some of the films that he made and how they have influenced him and his career.
Wednesday, 27 May 2020 01:12

During his lifetime, the great Indian director Prem Chopra was plagued by controversy and controversy, and his reputation was all but tarnished. His films were seen as almost sacred, and he was accused of not doing anything that would create controversy. After his death, one of his films was re-released in the United States. I caught this film on HBO on a Sunday afternoon. I knew nothing of the subject matter, and was surprised to find that it was both controversial and thoroughly entertaining. Prem Chopra is no stranger to controversy. His early films, such as The Running Man, or Murder on the Orient Express, are also highly controversial, as are his later films, such as Sita Sings the Blues. But all these films are superb. The film is set in the late 60's and early 70's, the time of his decline and demise. The film is a bit of a "history lesson", and it does an excellent job at doing so. Prem Chopra explores the political battles between the two main parties, the Congress and the Nationalist Party. The film is also filled with other controversies, such as a scene of a politician eating the genitalia of a politician. This is another element of the film that I found interesting. The film is also loaded with family issues, which is also shown through the film. The family that Prem Chopra has to bring together in the film is quite interesting. The father is a veteran of World War II, and the mother is a nurse. The mother is shown as an elder in the family, and the father is shown as a completely different man from the one he was at the time of the war. The film is also filled with other issues, such as the fact that the father has a very dysfunctional relationship with his son. The son is shown as very rebellious and is often seen yelling at his father. There are also many other issues, such as the fact that the son has a reputation for being a troublemaker. In a scene where the son is trying to change his reputation, the father tells him that he is better than he is. He is also a man who is in love with his son, and the father would rather spend his time with him than with his wife. The father and son are shown as very different people, but this is also one of the major issues in the film. The film is not for everyone, and I am not sure that I would recommend it to anyone. The film is loaded with controversy, but it is not for everyone. I would recommend this film to those who enjoy political films, and those who enjoy Indian history and culture. I would also recommend this film to those who have never seen Prem Chopra's films before, and those who do not know what he was famous for. I highly recommend this film to anyone who likes a good film, or anyone who enjoys a good film. Rating: 8/10 (of 10)
Tuesday, 26 May 2020 19:16

The reason for the failure of this film is easy to figure out: The actors are not a talented group. Who are these actors? They have none of the acting qualities of the original cast members. This was not the first time the Academy has been taken advantage of by a group of people who were not originally part of the cast. It was not the first time a movie director did not want to use the original cast. It was the first time a director put an actress in a film and then changed her character so completely that the audience had no idea who the person in the film was. It was the first time a major motion picture was made solely for a group of college students, who would not have been interested in the film otherwise. I think that this film was a good effort for the Academy, but a poor effort for the viewers. It was a good attempt to create a movie with a low budget. I have seen a lot of low budget films, and this one certainly ranks among them. I did enjoy the fact that the Academy could do something different for a change. But, for all the reasons mentioned above, the Academy should have chosen to do the following: Have a committee review the film and make an official decision on it. Have the committee be selected from the Academy members. Have the committee include a representative of the director, the writer, the editor, the director of photography, the cinematographer, the producer, and the other members of the production team. This would have had the same effect as the Committee on Motion Pictures of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Have the committee make a statement on the film. Have the committee make a statement on the committee members, as well. I think that this would have resulted in a much more professional, objective, and independent committee. I believe that this would have resulted in the Academy making decisions based on merit. Instead, we are given a group of people who would not have been able to make this film. This group of people are the Academy's own. So I do not see any reason to include them in the committee.
Friday, 22 May 2020 21:03

I am an avid film buff. I've seen a lot of movies. I'm not an expert, and most of the movies I've seen are too overrated to be recommended. I've seen a few of "the Top 250" and I just can't rate them. But when I saw the comments here, I thought this would be a good movie to see. I watched it, and I loved it. The film is about the history of one of the worst movies ever made: "Beverly Hills Cop." The film is an incredible tribute to the director, Christopher Lambert, and the man that had an idea that was just too bad. It is a tribute to the people who worked on the film. The film shows the production team that worked with the director, and how they actually made the movie. You see how the movie is made, how the cast and crew are all worked hard to get the movie out. I also have to say the film is very entertaining. The soundtrack is very catchy, and you can tell the director wanted the music to be the best. I think the movie is a masterpiece. It is an amazing tribute to the director. I've seen it twice. I have to say the second time I saw it, I was so amazed. I was amazed because I saw the movie with the sound turned down, which I don't usually do. I was amazed because I was so fascinated by the film. I have to say that the second time I saw it, I was just blown away. I was so surprised. I still haven't seen it, but I will when I see it. This is an amazing film. It is just so powerful. It is a very emotional movie. I was amazed by how the characters were drawn. I was amazed at how the actors were able to bring out the emotions in the characters. The director and the cast were able to make a movie about a movie. This is a perfect film. It's a perfect tribute to the people that worked on the movie. I give this film a 10 out of 10. The film is perfect. This is a great film. I give it a perfect 10 out of 10.
Wednesday, 06 May 2020 22:16

It is a shame that a film with so much promise has been taken to the dogs by a studio that is clearly more interested in finding a revenue stream than in helping a filmmaker to make a documentary. What was supposed to be a stirring account of the American civil rights movement by a woman who worked for them and was affected by the brutal treatment they received in the courts is reduced to the whiny rantings of a person who felt that they had been exploited and wronged by their fellow citizens. She's trying to make a point about the personal struggle of a person who grew up in a community where the police were there to protect the rich and powerful from the powerless. It's an interesting point that has been brought out, but I don't think that anyone will be convinced that she's been wronged by the people who defended her. This film is really about how the right wing were able to use the civil rights movement as a tool to take away people's rights. This was the approach of the right wing to the war on poverty. It was a movement that was moving in the right direction, and had the support of the majority of the country. It was a good thing that the right wing could exploit the civil rights movement to take away the rights of those they hated. But the filmmakers seem to want us to believe that the movement was a movement that was all about the people that were oppressed. This is a long film. If you want to know about the history of the civil rights movement and about the role of the state in that history, I recommend seeing "The Segregationist."
Wednesday, 06 May 2020 16:28

In the wake of the bloody events that befell Grenfell Tower in London, the local authorities, police and the media have already looked back at the events with a great deal of detail. However, the film 'Enough' is the first to look at the scale of the devastation as well as a look at how the public has responded to it. It follows the accounts of the survivors and the families of those affected by the disaster and their experiences during and after the incident. The first scene is of the first responders, the first police officers, firefighters and emergency medical workers, who are attempting to control the flow of the fire. While it was a tragedy, the footage of this first-hand footage is clear that this was a tragedy on the scale of some of the other major incidents in recent times. Whilst the images are harrowing, they are also very emotional and the stories are heartbreaking. Whilst it is easy to feel sorry for the victims, it is more difficult to feel sympathy for those who were directly affected by the tragedy. For some people, it is easy to feel that they had no choice but to leave Grenfell Tower but for others, there is the feeling that they had to leave for their own safety. The documentary also takes a look at the public's reaction to the incident and their reactions to the reports of the fire and rescue workers. The footage from the BBC news station shows people cheering and clapping when the fire crews were called, and the footage of the London Evening Standard newspaper is a mixed bag. It shows the sympathy that many people have for the victims but also shows the distress that many of the people had to go through. It also shows the level of public anger and frustration that many people had to deal with as the story was reported in the media and their reactions. The film also includes interviews with those affected by the fire and their families, who are understandably upset about the aftermath of the tragedy. The public reaction to the events in the media and on social media was overwhelmingly positive. However, there were also plenty of negative reactions and this showed that many people were not prepared to take it all in and process the events in their own way. Some people have commented that they felt that the film is biased and that the events were not covered at all. Whilst this does not appear to be the case, it is clear that some of the journalists involved with the film have been influenced by their personal views on the incident. The BBC has taken a similar approach in other films, such as 'Talking Heads' and has chosen to focus on a particular subject in order to make a point. This is not necessarily a bad thing but it does mean that the film can have a somewhat skewed view of the events. Whilst it does not cover everything in detail, the film does look at a few major issues and it does not contain any heavy-handed material, so it is worth watching.

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