فيلم They Call Us Monsters

They Call Us Monsters

They Call Us Monsters is a movie starring Allegra Acosta, Joel Anderson, and Richard Bloom. Legislators debate legislation that allows for adult charges for juvenile offenders.

Other Titles
They Call us Monsters
Running Time
1 hours 22 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Ben Lear
Actors
Richard Bloom, Allegra Acosta, Joel Anderson, Scott Budnick
Country
USA
Year
2016
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

Legislators debate legislation that allows for adult charges for juvenile offenders.

Comments about documentary «They Call Us Monsters» (21)

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Keith B.

After viewing this movie, I was shocked. I did not know the women that lived with these people. They were also a little bit like me. They felt like they were being picked on. Some of the things that these women experienced were just unbelievable. I am very glad that this movie has finally come out. It is still a bit scary to think that these women are still going on. I hope that there are more movies like this one. I think that we are so conditioned to see violence against women and it's just not a positive thing. I think that these women really deserve to be heard. If you are reading this and you want to see this movie, go and see it.

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Jean

I had heard of this documentary on the internet and since I have a passion for documentary's I thought I would give it a try. This documentary is really amazing. I read some of the other reviews and I really wasn't expecting much. I came out of the screening thinking "Oh my god.This is so amazing". This documentary is truly incredible. I am in love with the subject of this documentary. I can't wait to see what they will do next. The whole idea of this documentary is just so intriguing. I was really surprised by how many different people actually think this is a good documentary. The first 20 minutes of the documentary are actually quite good, but the whole film is incredible. It makes me want to be an activist. It makes me want to make documentaries. I want to be a filmmaker. I just want to be able to do this kind of thing. I can't wait for this documentary to be released on DVD. It's so amazing. I don't want to give anything away but I really think this documentary is something to see. I am in love with this documentary. It's amazing and I can't wait to see what they will do next.

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Crystal

This is a terrific film. It is fascinating to watch the lives of these 2 kids through a lens of their own imagination. The author of the book, who was interviewed for the documentary, gives us some great insight into their lives and their imaginations. It is also interesting to see the science of their experiments, their approach to what they were doing, and the background of their research. It is so nice to see the scientific approach to why these kids were doing what they were doing, and how it was used to help with their condition. I highly recommend this film. My only suggestion would be that, in order to see it, you need to be able to stand on your own two feet. You need to be able to ignore the people in front of you and enjoy the visuals. You can't just sit back and watch a movie and not take in the nuances of the scene. There are many scenes that are very abstract, but, if you are willing to do that, you will enjoy the movie.

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Maria

After seeing some of the reviews, I just wanted to let you know that I thought it was a great documentary. I was amazed at how things were changing, and I just felt a little sorry for the way society was changing. I thought that the film really highlighted how the people who are most affected by the issue of artificial intelligence (AI) are the most vocal and vocal about it. I think that the film will give more and more people the hope that it will be a solution for the future. I am glad that the film didn't go into the details of the dangers of AI, but I did think that it did a good job of showing how we are approaching this issue. I think that the film also gave a little insight into the personalities of the people involved in AI, and they did a good job of showing the differences in personalities. Overall, I really enjoyed the film, and I recommend it.

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Kenneth

One of the best documentaries I have ever seen. One of the few documentaries I've seen that, with all the information given, could explain why the worst crisis of our generation, and the crisis that continues to this day, has a name. We are talking about a global crisis of environmental destruction, global warming. But we are not talking about any great "threat". We are talking about a disaster that has caused catastrophic, massive, horrible harm to our environment. And that, is just one side of the story. There are more. The documentary starts out talking about how the governments and the corporations (i.e. the oil companies) are "selling out" our environment to the highest bidder. But it doesn't stop there. We then go to other countries, and we see the governments being bought off by big corporations, who have no concern for the environment, and are happy to allow pollution of the air, water, and land to continue, because they know that is what they will make in the future. We see the corporations have no concern for the environment, and want to exploit the land and the waters, because it is "new" to them, and they want to make money. It's a fascinating, disturbing, and, at the same time, hilarious documentary. If you haven't seen this, watch it. It is an absolute must-see.

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Peter Cole

This film is unique in that it was not released in theaters but only in IMAX. The IMAX effect is amazing and I think it was the only time I've ever felt a movie would actually help me understand the impact it has on me and the impact I've had on it. I went to see this movie because I wanted to see what I had read about it. The movie was great. I was actually moved by the story. It had a great focus and the pace kept you involved. I also loved the perspective the director brought to the movie. The first half is almost a documentary and the second half is a horror film. The first half shows how the adults in the film treat the children and the second half shows how the children deal with the adults. Overall, this movie is fantastic.

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Tiffany

I love the movie, the movie is not only a documentary but also a movie about mankind and its problems. It is a movie about something very important. I have seen some of the people who have made documentaries in the last few years and I believe that these people are not so wrong. I think that the world is changing, but for some reason it is not the same in some parts of the world. And sometimes it is worse. I think that these people are making a documentary about something that they cannot understand, and not to mention that they are showing the problems of other people, so they have to make the same mistakes and show the same mistakes. And some people try to find some other problems, and this is not the case. There are too many problems for everyone to be happy, so everyone should do what they think is right. I think that it is a great movie, a good documentary and a great movie to watch. I am going to watch it again.

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Jose Richardson

I just saw this movie last night, and I really liked it. It was the perfect movie to watch with my husband, who is not a big fan of movies. However, I thought it was well-written, and it had a strong point of view. I have a lot of respect for Ronny Yuen, who is a young man who just wants to do what's right and for the right reasons. He has his work cut out for him. He has to deal with the negative reactions from people in the town he lives in. I thought that he did a very good job of portraying a very important point of view. It's important that people have the freedom to do what they want and to express their opinions. As a Chinese American, I've always felt that the Chinese-Americans have been mistreated, and this movie does a very good job of portraying this. I am so glad that the movie was made. I don't think it was an easy thing to make, but I think it was an excellent job. I hope this movie helps other people understand what is going on in China, and I hope that it helps people to understand how important it is to free the Chinese-Americans and let them do what they want.

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Kimberly

Director: Emma Whitford and producer: Paul Reubens are both prolific screenwriters of films for adults. They co-wrote the original draft of their own 1998 movie, The Munsters, which was written with their former roommate, writer James Thurber. The two also wrote The Breakfast Club for writers Jane Goldman and Alex Pappademas. When the movie came out, the reviews were mixed. One reviewer said "The movie has a lot of potential. But somehow the stories are just not believable." (I'll leave it to you to decide if the jokes in The Munsters are too unbelievable to be funny). I would argue that Whitford and Reubens know that the Munsters are no serious comedy. The movie doesn't have much plot and it's definitely not one of the best movies in the world. But it does have a lot of jokes, even though they aren't very funny. The Munsters is the story of a normal family who are dragged into the world of animal poachers. The father is an animal rights activist who is trying to stop the practice. The mother is a media executive who wants to spread the word about how cruel animal killing is. The daughter is a college student who wants to be a reporter. The father is also an animal rights activist. When a documentary crew shows up, the family is forced to run for their lives. After the movie, a friend asked me what I thought. I thought it was a very good movie. If you like animal films, or even just animal films that are funny, The Munsters is definitely worth a look.

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Catherine Daniels

While this film was aimed at a younger audience, I believe that it was a great film. While it does not have the same level of depth that the previous film did, it still had a very good message and I think that it is important for everyone to see.

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Joe

I'm a 35 year old male and I am currently in my 30s. I am an avid reader of sci-fi and fantasy, and I love watching movies that showcase the plight of mankind. I went to see this film with a lot of expectation but I left feeling let down. The plot was not interesting. I am sure that most people would have enjoyed this film, but it just wasn't what I was expecting. For a major action film it was average at best. I think that there was more potential for this film than I thought there would be. Overall, it was a good idea, but the acting and directing left something to be desired.

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Patricia Richards

If you are a fan of the band or just a fan of independent documentaries, you'll want to check this out. This is a documentary that is both entertaining and informative. If you like documentaries you will like this one. If you like music, you will like this one. I think it's safe to say that it's not a documentary for everyone, but it's a good film that shows what the band has been through and how they are still doing their thing.

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Thomas Rogers

The life and times of Ed Abbey are fascinating to watch. He is one of the few people who has done what he did and left behind a legacy of honesty and service to humanity. I recommend this film highly, especially for people interested in the legacy of Ed Abbey. Even though Ed Abbey's story is amazing and his story inspiring, it's interesting to see the life and times of Ed Abbey.

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Maria

Although not as well-known as, say, an episode of "The Twilight Zone" or "The Outer Limits," this documentary on the work of Don Davis, the filmmaker who brought us the slasher flick "Scream," is an interesting and fascinating look at the legendary killer's career. Davis had, at one time, a pretty big reputation as a film-maker. He did, indeed, make films that were classics in their own right, but Davis didn't make a lot of money on them. This documentary covers his early years as a film student at UCLA, his training as a stuntman, and his many experiments with "homage" films. Davis makes some pretty interesting comparisons between his films and the works of Hitchcock, which he sees as the one genre that he's good at. He also recalls the director who was the inspiration for his own film, John Carpenter, who was also inspired by Hitchcock. He also reveals his theory that Hollywood is not as much to blame for the lack of success of his films as it is to blame for the lack of interest of audiences in them. He also discusses his favorite films and what makes them "film" to him, as well as his personal favorite films (the ones that he really gets to see and touch). Although it's not really the type of film that Davis makes himself, this is a really interesting look at a legend who's "made it" in the entertainment business. He goes back to making the "real" films, which he loves, in the mid-70s, when he was at the peak of his career. This documentary covers the rise of Davis as an icon and the decline of his film career, and then concludes with his final film, "The Killer Inside Me." I highly recommend this documentary, as it's a very interesting look at one of the most unique and memorable horror icons of all time.

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Bobby

The film "The Children of the Corn" was about the lives of the many children who lived in the midst of the Great Depression. One of the children, T.J. Holmes (Spencer, the one with the nice haircut), was so poor that he lived in a shack with his father and a set of toys. It was interesting to watch the growth of the young man through a number of interviews. The narration was well done and at times emotional. The film did not focus on the kids, but on the adults, including T.J. Holmes' mother, T.J. Holmes' father, and their neighbors and friends. The film does not give you an idea of how rich the people in the area were. It showed you the lives of the people who were living in the area and the way they lived their lives. You feel that the people living there were not poor, just a little poorer. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in how the people in a small town reacted to a social crisis.

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Tiffany M.

As a documentary this film was very well made. For a documentary film, this one was really good. It was not going to win any awards for the cinematography, but I would have given it an Oscar nomination if it were up for it. The cinematography was good, but the editing was not. It is kind of hard to explain how I feel about the editing. When it's hard to explain, it's hard to explain. So, I'll just say it's pretty good. If you like documentaries, then go see it, but I think it's not worth the money. I'm not a huge fan of "horror movies", but I can say that I was entertained. And I've seen other documentaries about the monsters, so I think it's safe to say that I like the documentaries I've seen. For a documentary film, it was not as good as I hoped it would be, but it was good enough for me to watch. I give this film an 8/10.

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Ronald S.

I've been thinking about this movie for a long time, and I'm glad that I finally got to see it. It's so good. It's one of the best documentaries I've ever seen, and I have a lot of friends who think it's the greatest thing ever. I think it's also the most honest documentary I've ever seen. The filmmakers obviously had some really good intentions, but the results were somewhat disappointing. I think they could have gotten a lot more out of it if they had focused on some of the more interesting stories instead of throwing in so much cliched, tired material. I think that if the film had been a bit more realistic, and if they had focused on the more interesting and surprising aspects of the film instead of trying to make it a very boring political attack, it would have been a much more compelling experience. Overall, though, I think it's a great film, and it's my favorite documentary of all time.

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Hannah A.

This is a very good documentary that shows a wide range of people and organizations that are involved in fighting the good fight, or in other words, "they call us monsters". From people like Aamir Khan to the homeless people in India and the children in our own country. I really liked this documentary because it's not just about the homeless and the children, but about all of us and what we do for ourselves and for others. I was actually very moved by this documentary. I don't understand the negative comments by some people because of this. This is a very important documentary that shows how we are doing for the world, how we are making a difference and making a difference for ourselves and for the world. It shows us what we can do and how we can help and how we can save the world. I don't know what they were expecting, but they are not wrong. This documentary is a must see for all of us who are going to make a difference in our own lives and in our own communities. If we don't take action, we will always be left behind and we will always be fighting alone. This is a great movie that really deserves a lot of praise.

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Elizabeth

I didn't like the movie, it was too long, but at the end I did like it. It shows the inner demons of the "youth". The kids all want to be successful. They do what they can to be "better" than others. The parents do everything they can to help them. But the inner demons of the youth can not be overcome. This is a movie about the human spirit. It shows what makes people human. It shows that they are not the only "creature in the world". They are all creatures, and they all deserve to be loved.

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Carl H.

In my life I've heard from quite a few folks that movies are not really their objective. This documentary, produced by Larry Clark of "Dave Thomas Productions" attempts to prove otherwise. The director did an excellent job and made it interesting to watch the various side of the story. I also liked the way it showed how many people are turned off by the politics of the movie industry. I'm not a big fan of movies, but I was intrigued by the discussion about how some of the movies were created and promoted, and the way they were targeted. I'm glad this documentary was made, but it was nice to know that this was the actual story of how a few companies got together and created movies. I also liked how they didn't try to prove how good a movie is or how good a director is, just how it came about and how it made it to the screen. I also think it was nice to hear the things that most people don't know, which is that you have to be a person of a certain race or gender to be a big star. I hope more documentaries are made that make people think and have them speak up about these issues. So, if you are a movie fan, you should see this documentary. It's interesting, entertaining and it will probably make you think.

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Judith

The most disturbing thing I saw in this film was the way that it implied that the people who are trying to tell the story of the culture and the myths of the people around the world - but who are working in complete ignorance about the cultures and myths of the peoples they are trying to cover - are failing. There is a tendency for westerners to think that when you go to other cultures, you will have to become a fan of their culture and their culture's myths. Well, if you have been there, you already know the answers. Some of the things that the people of other cultures have done and still do are quite startling to us, and they have done it with great enthusiasm. The film does a good job of showing the stereotypes of the western world and the people of other cultures and I think that people should see this film and feel an understanding of what it means to be a true friend and an ally.