فيلم Mr. Chibbs

Mr. Chibbs

Mr. Chibbs is a movie starring Kenny Anderson, Natasha Anderson, and Nate Archibald. "Mr. Chibbs" is an observational feature length documentary that follows NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson, in the midst of a mid life crisis, dealing...

Running Time
1 hours 26 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Jill Campbell
Writer
Jill Campbell
Actors
Natasha Anderson, Tiki Barber, Kenny Anderson, Nate Archibald
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

"Mr. Chibbs" is an observational documentary that follows NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson, in the midst of a mid life crisis and on a journey to find himself 10 years post retirement. Everything came easy, but when he lost it all, he had to figure out who he was minus his famous handle.

Comments about documentary «Mr. Chibbs» (22)

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William L.

My wife and I watched this movie for an hour and a half at the movies on a Friday night. We were ready for a comedy but found it to be a little boring. We were not disappointed with the movie, it was definitely worth the watch. We both had a great time laughing at some of the humorous parts. We both like an old school "walk and talk" movie, so we found it to be entertaining. I think you have to be able to laugh at the old school "walk and talk" movies to appreciate this one. I also would have to say that I enjoyed the "interview" segments of the movie. They were not as interesting as I would have liked, but they were funny nonetheless. My wife found it very entertaining. This movie does not leave a lasting impression, it's not a classic, but it was very entertaining. I will recommend this movie to my friends. We both loved it.

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Julia R.

I have watched many documentaries but I found this one particularly compelling. It goes into the backgrounds of the people involved and gives an insight into the process that they went through. The interviews are taken from the perspective of the subjects and their families and it is a fascinating insight into how they took this movie. The interviews are pretty much factual but they are clear and concise and gives you a very good sense of what the story is really about. I'm a big fan of documentary and they were definitely effective in this. The point is the filmmakers did an amazing job and I feel the impact will be felt by many people.

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Ryan

I have to say, I've always liked Chubby. This is his third film in five years. I thought he did a great job. If you like 'Tombstone' and 'Rambo: First Blood Part II' then this will probably be a pleasant surprise. The style is similar to 'Tombstone'. It is very action-packed. There are some good jokes in here. I don't know what all the hype is about but I think this is one of the best films of the year. It's entertaining, funny and exciting. My only complaint is that the scenes are a bit long. I thought they could have been shorter. The title is good but I think this film would have been better if the title was 'Arnold'. It could have been more appropriate.

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Benjamin

The concept of a "man of the year" seems an interesting one but unfortunately this film lacks the delivery and creativity of the concept. With a 90 minute running time, this film is very easily over. The actors seem to be saying the same thing to each other throughout the film. The actual topic of the film is interesting but the delivery of the message is completely lacking. This film could have been so much more and the ideas could have been expanded. It would have been great if they could have made the whole thing more than a comedy, it could have been more about a social commentary. Overall this is a nice short film and I would recommend it to people who like the concept but are not sure how to bring it to a film. I would give this a 7.5/10.

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Johnny B.

Possible spoilers. Yes, a lot of time has passed since this film was made, and yes, I believe this is the first time I've seen it, but I think this film is very important. I think that everyone should watch it at least once. It's very interesting. I thought that a lot of people may have seen the film and not known what the big deal was, but that's not the case. I think it's important to discuss the subject matter of the film. If you haven't seen the film, you're probably going to have a hard time understanding what I'm talking about. It's hard to understand what this film is trying to say if you haven't seen it. There are so many questions about this film, and the way the film was filmed, but I think the most important questions are: 1. Why was that guy so good? 2. What did the girl want? 3. What was the purpose of the girl's death? 4. What's the meaning of that clip on the wall? 5. What was the purpose of that guy in the other room? 6. What did the man in the room next to the man in the room with the small girl say? 7. What's the purpose of that man's death? 8. What's the purpose of the guy's death? If you watch this film, you're going to learn more than you know. I think that everyone should watch this film at least once. It's very important.

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Keith P.

Not the best film I've ever seen, but very good nonetheless. An interesting and well made documentary on a very strange topic. From the director of "That's the Way Love Goes". This film was made as a "fictional" account of the life of the famous author William S. Burroughs. The film was done in the style of a documentary and it was quite enjoyable. I recommend it to people who are interested in the life of Burroughs and his other works.

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Dennis Richardson

There are some documentaries that are just great to watch and are unforgettable. Mr. Chibbs is one of those documentaries. Its kind of like a combination of Going Overboard and All The President's Men but it is a different take on the same subject matter. I loved the way the director used both interviews and news footage to tell the story. The film had a great atmosphere to it and I really enjoyed the journey the filmmaker went through with the subjects. The subject of the documentary is really interesting and is something that is hard to find nowadays. The film also showed a lot of the world leaders, but this isn't necessarily a bad thing because it also shows a lot of the human side of these leaders. The only problem I had with the film was that I didn't really understand how the people that the documentary was interviewing actually thought and acted. I think that this would have been much better if the people were interviewed had also been interviewed by a different director or a different documentary director. I also don't really understand why the director chose to use news footage. I think that the footage would have been better used if the people were interviewed had also been interviewed by a different director or a different documentary director. Overall, I really enjoyed the film and I would recommend it to anyone. I give Mr. Chibbs a 7/10.

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Timothy

This documentary film is based on the New York Times bestselling book by James O'Brien. The book is about the life of a poet and his battles with mental illness. Although the film is not a true account of how the events of the book were covered, it is nonetheless very entertaining. The film is very well edited and very well shot. It is shot in black and white so that the viewer doesn't have to focus on the color. The pacing is slow, but it is very well paced. The film is not the most exciting thing to watch but it is interesting. I did not expect much from this documentary but it was very interesting and I found it very entertaining.

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Stephen

A self-proclaimed lesbian (and bisexual) social worker, Chibbs was in her mid-30s when this documentary was made. She'd spent her life trying to get people to see that she was human. She never felt comfortable in her own skin, and that's what makes Chibbs' life so fascinating. She was a woman on the run from the law and the system, and she didn't care about what anyone thought of her. She was fearless, and that's what makes Chibbs' life so fascinating. This is a very human documentary, and it's not meant to be seen as a "political statement". The subject matter is a bit extreme, but it's done in a thoughtful and sensitive way. There's not a lot of "oh my God!" moments, but it's a very watchable film, and Chibbs' story is worth watching.

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Paul Harris

*CONTAINS SPOILERS* This film focuses on the life of Bruce Willis in a rural area of Massachusetts. Willis's character is pretty straight forward, and he delivers an excellent performance, portraying a guy that is more than a bit eccentric, but just as funny as you would expect from him. His girlfriend, portrayed by Rachel Weisz, is also a lot of fun to watch, and her performance is spot on. The film is extremely well done, and has some great shots of the state. As I mentioned before, this is not a documentary, but a character study of a man. The film does a great job of showing how he deals with the many different situations he is put in. I personally like how the film does not hold back on showing the highs and lows of Bruce Willis. There are some really funny moments in this film, and some of the moments that make the film work best are the scenes between Bruce Willis and Rachel Weisz. These scenes are great, and the film has some great moments in between these scenes. Overall, I really enjoyed this film, and I think that it will hold up to your viewing. It is a great watch for those who are into character studies, and for those who just want to see a great film. 8/10

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Richard

Many people have been offended by this film and are asking why I bother to write about it. I feel that the subject matter is so sensitive and the facts of the case are so well known that it is all that is needed to make a film. I'm just glad I saw it. I am a regular viewer of cable and on that network I would have probably watched it and then lost interest in it. This was an exception. I think a lot of people might not like this film because they feel they have to be a part of the discussion to get it and I can't see why they would like it. It is just a film. No one is going to get it. And if they do then I think they need to know that this was a film that should have been made and I hope more people will see it.

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Douglas

I'm not a fan of Bruce Springsteen, I think he's not a good singer, I don't think he's an excellent story teller, but I like the music. I love the people and the performances. I thought this documentary was done well, it's not the greatest I've ever seen, but I thought it was an excellent overview of Bruce's life. There are many other documentaries about his life and the music, but I thought this was done well. I thought the people interviewed were also good. I think Bruce did a great job on this one, I liked his voice and his performance of his songs. I think he is a great singer and I think he's a great story teller. I think his performance is the best thing about the movie. I'm not a fan of this doc, but I think it was good. I liked it, and I recommend it.

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Carol

I have to say, I have seen a lot of videos about the popular TV series "Chubby Bear" (the name was changed after the show was cancelled in 1978) and it is rare to see any of the original actors in them. However, there is a scene in this documentary, when the producers of the show got a little bit too "in love" with their characters, and decided to have the original actors appear on screen. This is a great segment of the documentary. Here we see them talking about how they made their TV show, how it was a success, and about the controversy it created. We also see the personalities of the people who did the original show and how they remember them. We also get to see what happened to the actors, and to the television series. This is a great collection of memories, interviews, and memories. I have not seen the original series, but this is a great way to see what the TV show was like.

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Danielle G.

I'm not the most objective person in the world, but this movie is really horrible. I actually think it's a waste of time. The acting is so bad, the storyline is incoherent, and it's just a waste of time. It's not a documentary, it's a political statement. It was so boring I couldn't even sit through the entire thing. And to see how people are just passing along political opinions that aren't even really opinions at all, that's just so stupid. This movie is just insulting. And that's really all I have to say about it. And I think that's all this movie is really about. If you really like to watch documentaries that are educational, don't watch this movie.

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Margaret

One of the best documentaries about Chiba, where the history of the city is discussed and the significance of the various Chiba sports clubs is explained. At the end of the documentary, there are a few words of explanation about the history of Chiba and the meaning of "samura". It is a great documentary for those who have not seen it yet.

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Nancy Jackson

I was hoping to see a documentary about one of the most bizarre drug-related crimes in the history of the United States. I didn't expect to see one, but instead, I got a compilation of a few videos. Most of the videos were completely unrelated to the subject matter of the film. However, I did get a few that were not related to the subject of the film, but still seemed to be worth watching. I was hoping that I would have seen some footage of the heroin and cocaine use in the background of the video, but no. Instead, I found myself sitting in a chair, hoping that I would not miss anything that would relate to the drug use. I eventually found out that the video was an interview with the guy who had to be forced to wear a plastic bag over his mouth and nose. It was a very funny and very insightful interview, but the end of the video was a little disappointing. It ended very abruptly and I had to fast forward a few times to catch what had happened. Other than that, the video was an interesting documentary about one of the strangest crimes that the United States has ever seen. I would recommend this to anyone who has a free moment and wants to know more about the topic. I would say that the only problem I had with the video was the length. It was very long and dragged on a little too long. I felt like the topic was being covered a little too much and it could have been condensed a little more. If you are interested in this subject, I would recommend watching the documentary instead of watching the video. I think that the video would have been better if it had only been about a little more than the 15 minutes. I also would recommend that you do not watch the video if you are trying to sleep because you will be waking up and wondering what just happened. The video did an amazing job of covering a topic that is very difficult to talk about.

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Billy Diaz

David Hasselhoff makes a great interview subject and is very entertaining to watch. But this documentary is too boring and feels too long. Hasselhoff has very few interviews and does not have much to say. Maybe it is because of his age or because of the book that this was edited and released. I think it could have been more entertaining and I wish he had some more interviews. I did not read the book and I would have liked to see more of the interviews. I did enjoy the "old school" interviews but this documentary did not cover enough of that. It is good to see his former WWF colleagues in the documentary and the interviews with him are good but not great. The interview with his son was very interesting. I do think the documentary could have been shorter but I think Hasselhoff did a great interview.

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Randy

In this short but gripping documentary, reporter and filmmaker Joe Berlinger takes us inside the operation of a bogus college in Dothan, Alabama. The film, based on a true story, focuses on the manipulative nature of the college and how the students were forced to compete for a coveted spot. We see that the college relies heavily on the exploitation of its students. The film takes us on a journey of how these students, once part of the college, are treated like commodities. The film also delves into the administrators of the college and the way in which they manipulate the students. A lot of the abuses that these students are subjected to are out of the blue. Berlinger and his crew spent time with the students and in some cases, they were forced to tell the truth. The film is based on a true story and is a must see for anyone who is a student, student of higher education, or just someone who wants to know more about college.

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Lauren

This is a documentary about the directors of the First Beatles Recording Session in July 1964. There are interviews with George Martin, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, John Lennon's wife Cynthia, and several others. I really enjoyed this documentary, especially because it covers so many different aspects of the session and how the Beatles' music developed over the years. I was particularly impressed with the conversations between the band members and the archival footage. It is interesting to see how the Beatles developed their music, as well as their personal relationships with the musicians. This is a really good documentary that I would recommend to anyone interested in the Beatles.

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Linda Guzman

This is an interesting documentary, as the subject is a TV news reporter and a former correspondent. He interviewed several others as well, some who are still on the air, some who are retired. One man mentioned that the network had no problem letting him go after he was fired. He was not happy about it and didn't go back on the air. In fact, I believe he retired after this documentary, although I don't know why. The reason for his retirement is that he was too old to continue, and no one wanted to take on the task of being a correspondent. This is not a good thing for a news station, as he had his own show, which was only shown at 5:30 PM. The interviewees were really old. I would have liked to have heard from some of the old-timers. That said, this is a good documentary and worth seeing.

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Daniel Flores

To the film makers of The Chairs - thank you for taking the time to make this film. It is the most important documentary I have seen. Thank you for allowing me to see this film. I have been living with my husband, whom I have known since age 13, for 18 years and his presence has been a constant reminder of how important this film is to me. I am not a medical professional, but I have to say that the film makers did a great job of keeping the viewer informed and entertained. I am sure that a lot of people will enjoy this film. I am not sure if I will see it again. However, I will certainly be watching it again in the future. Thank you again.

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Walter V.

The film is a 'must see' for all people who appreciate the quality of documentaries that never disappoint.