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To Joey, with Love

To Joey, with Love is a movie starring Heidi Feek, Hopie Feek, and Indiana Feek. This movie tells the story of the incredible Joey Feek and her amazing life. Filmed while battling cancer, Joey along with her family and friends show...

Other Titles
Z milosci do Joey, La canción de nuestra vida
Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Rory Feek
Writer
Rory Feek
Actors
Hopie Feek, Indiana Feek, Joey Feek, Heidi Feek
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

This movie tells the story of the incredible Joey Feek and her amazing life. Filmed while battling cancer, Joey along with her family and friends show you that it's not just physically healthy people who live healthy lives. Take a little time to laugh, smile, and cry with this amazing woman's journey and the goodbyes of her loving family when she decides to let the Lord lead her home.

Comments about documentary «To Joey, with Love» (33)

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Alexander

I am the daughter of an ex serviceman in the service. I served in the Marines in the Persian Gulf and for 2 years in Iraq. My dad was a wounded war vet and a Navy Seaman, born in the 1940's, born in 1947, born in 1950. I graduated from an all girls Catholic High School and one of my mother's classmates, Natalie Covington, was in the Naval Reserve and served as a techs gal. At the time of my mom's death in 2013, her husband and I drove to Fort Bragg, North Carolina to see her grave site. We got to spend the weekend at the grave site and visited the cemeteries at Fort Bragg. We were there to support the city of Raleigh. I was surprised to find that the military is still around and the war is far from over. I am thankful that this movie exists. I watched it with my parents, my sister, and my cousin, the son of a veteran. We watched it with our eyes open to all that the military has done, and continue to do, and continue to do in my lifetime. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who loves the military, especially veterans.

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Diana

My wife and I have been in a similar situation. We both have a teenager and one of us was a suspect in the case of the boy we now consider a victim. We were able to gather information from several sources and eventually identified a middle school friend of the other. We were the only two people in the house at the time the phone rang. There was a lot of questions, no answers, not much to do. We were also told not to open the door for the boy. We finally got together and decided we had to make a new friend. We worked together in the process of making a new friend, and one night we started making out together and she invited me to her room. I guess it wasn't something we did a lot of. We never had sex and were married. It was something that was never in the plan of our marriage. The boyfriend of the girl I was making out with was a child molester and didn't seem that excited to be introduced to another teenager. We have seen that in child abusers. Our questions: *Why did he make such a fuss about a boy with whom we didn't have much in common? Was he worried that we would be implicated? Why was he so upset?* Did he leave the house? If so, why? Did we really expect him to go away quietly, with us saying nothing? *How long did it take for him to leave?* *Why was he so upset?* *Was there a formal meeting about the case?* Did he say anything at all? *Did he have a lawyer?* *Why did he leave the house?* What was the girl's parents' reaction?

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Mary Perkins

Before I saw this film I had been reading the reviews on this site, and I thought the film was an incredible depiction of the war and all it's horrors, and for that reason I was hopeful. After watching this movie however, I found the film to be as realistic as I had expected. It is depressing, at times even painful to watch, but I found the film to be very empathetic, and that is what truly makes the film so powerful. I strongly recommend this film to anyone who has an interest in the war, and especially to those who lived through the war, or knew someone who did. The film makes you realize just how much people wanted the war to be over, and it just made you feel sorry for the Japanese, especially during the final scenes. This is a must see film, and it's hard to come by these days.

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David Bates

How Joey stepped up when people in the world were calling him a bully is one of the great stories of this generation. Joey is a great example of what happens when you turn up with a set of parents and have a strained relationship with them, but the power of your dreams is always strong and your spirit shines in those times. This is a truly inspiring film, which should be seen by everybody.

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Kevin

I have watched this documentary several times. It is a film about Joey who has become a recluse. The documentary tells his story, which includes the reasons for his isolation and how he is now living the life he wanted. It is a very touching and emotional film that is worth seeing.

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Jessica Barnes

In his latest documentary, he tells the story of how he found the love of his life. It is a very touching story about a guy whose life was dominated by alcohol. Joey was a workaholic, not a real romantic, and his relationship with his girlfriend was the last straw for him. So he decided to turn to his music as a way to escape. His sister was a recovering alcoholic and she was very sad that Joey was turning to a life of drinking and drugs. But she understood that Joey was making his life too easy. So she agreed to be his companion and a financial supporter. And she agreed to help him to do the things he really needed to do. And she also encouraged him to be a better boyfriend. The documentary is a very uplifting one and I thoroughly recommend it to everyone. I think it is well worth watching.

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Amanda O.

This film is a must-see for anyone, but especially for gay men, black men, and Latino men. It can be used as a tool to educate people about the mores of race and gender in America, and how some people simply may not understand these differences.

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Amanda Fowler

One of the best documentaries I've seen in years. Made a star of Sofia Vergara, but who's the star? Jean-Claude Van Damme and Nicolas Cage. Vergara is extraordinary. She has an amazing body and could pass for a younger model. She is an incredible talker. She's one of the few people I know who's made any money on their spoken word performances. And, as you watch, you'll discover a complex character with a well-written, layered, and often humorous character. In the film, she speaks about being a little girl in her father's closet. A closet that was always being torn open by different people, and people who weren't always fully willing to accept that love and acceptance. How much this plays into her thoughts on the film. How much she can't handle it. The film itself is almost an insider's view into the creative process, which is a little ironic considering the subject of her memoir is a very personal topic. So, when you're done watching, ask yourself what are you going to do with this film? The answer is very personal. I had to go back and watch the documentary again and again to fully comprehend all of the story behind it, and I still have some questions. I still have more questions about the role of the music video, and the art in general. And, I still have a lot of questions about my own relationship with my dad. And, I still have to find out about the guy who threw the lights out. I know I'm in trouble. If you don't see this film, you are seriously missing out on a good movie experience.

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Shirley R.

This is a powerful, thought provoking documentary that raises many important issues about the effects of the war on the United States and our friends and allies in the Middle East. Joey is a young woman who was born in Kuwait and who came to the United States as a refugee. She lost her mother and her family in the war. She had to leave her entire family in Kuwait and went to live with her aunt in New York City. After she settled into her new life, she began to notice a pattern of how the war affected her and her aunt. She began to notice how her aunt's memories and experiences in the war affected her. She began to notice that her aunt was able to have normal conversations about the war and her memories of it were much more vivid than her own memories. In a way, Joey found herself trying to return to her old life. Her life was more like a movie, where she was just a star in her aunt's memory. Her aunt would say, "I will never forget you Joey," and "You have to remember that we are here for you." Joey was able to realize that she could be herself and that her aunt's memory of her was the real her. Joey was able to realize that she was not alone in the war, and she was not alone in her life. She was able to connect with her family and friends, and she was able to be a part of her aunt's memories. Joey is able to go back to her old life and to be a part of the memories and memories of her aunt.

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Margaret L.

I'm sure most of us know someone like Joey who is struggling with his personal problems and can't get through to a doctor, therapist, or parent. Joey's story is definitely not unique, but it's still a great way to give people a little bit of insight into what it's like to be in his shoes. It's not a story about Joey's struggles, but rather the struggles of the families of those who struggle with the same issues. The film is not a documentary, but it does a very good job of explaining the impact of addiction on individuals and families. I personally think this is a great film for anyone who is thinking about getting involved with someone who is battling addiction. It's a good reminder that addiction isn't something that you can just "get over."

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Barbara

I have read the other comments and the posters seem to feel the same way. I am of the opinion that if you liked this film then you are probably a Midge. Her stuff is pure genius, all she does is just sit in her living room, get shot, get murdered, and most importantly, bounce around a lot, and when she's not bouncing around, she's stuck being a wimp, using her looks to get what she wants. Her part in the film is the most appealing of all, as you see her peeing and talking to herself for hours, trying to understand what she's seeing. I thought it was really interesting how Midge describes her rape experience. In the beginning she says, "She took all of my clothes, my shoes, my socks, my underwear." She also gets slapped around and whipped for bringing a boy to her house. In the beginning, Midge takes off her clothes and gets caught by the police, and shows her bruises on her arms, legs, and a slit throat on her stomach. She also shows her bruises when the cops take her to jail, and she has a broken arm. I think the movie does a good job of showing the violence and how Midge is a victim. In my opinion, if you can get your hands on the book, then watch the movie and try to get the meaning behind the film. It is really, really cool.

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Douglas

This documentary is a real eye-opener for those that want to think critically about the aspects of marriage and the "devil in the detail". It goes into detail of how the desire to marry first was the catalyst for the arrival of the modernity we see today. Along with this, we see how the perfect marriage is the most perfect marriage because marriage is the foundation for everything, including the people we end up with. The documentary is about how many modern couples choose to be "single-minded" and do not have much of a deep connection with each other. Through our current age, this is a very much present-day situation. If we were to look back in time, we would see how the "solution" to this problem is even more problematic than the problem itself. The solution, to me, was the giving up of the individualist mindset, which has caused the high divorce rate today. By allowing the couple to be as strong and united as possible, it is made much easier for them to create a healthy and stable home life. It also seems that when couples can be "singles-minded", there is a lot of sex and love, and that is probably the biggest problem for the modern society. The whole purpose of marriage, I believe, is to create a foundation for society to take it's direction, and this only happens with marriage. Marriage should not be a place for the weak and the unorganized, and is the only place where we will get the entire blessings of the universe.

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Cheryl C.

I was one of the lucky few who got a chance to see this movie in theaters when it first came out. To this day, I am still at a loss to understand why it was not picked up for theatrical release. Perhaps a documentary like it should have been? I have no idea, but I can imagine it wouldn't have been a big hit at the box office. Or so it seems. What this movie does is present the plight of the inmates in a prison where they can see only one TV channel (or so they claim). After this, they are forced to live in a prison where there are no windows, no electricity, no water and they are completely isolated from the outside world. It's truly a depressing life. If you are in any way involved with the death penalty, you will be moved. I think a better movie would have been "The Dead Don't Die", which actually tells the story of one of the inmates, but it was filmed at the Warkworth State Prison in Kentucky. What is most fascinating is the number of different scenes that are shot inside the prison, and the quality of the film is as good as any I've ever seen. I give the film a 9 out of 10.

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Matthew Murray

Let me start by saying that I am a big fan of the great documentary-like series "60 Minutes". It is in my opinion one of the greatest shows ever produced on television. But this film, that I have seen recently, is not one of them. It is simply not a good documentary in any way, shape or form. This is not to say that I am not a fan of the first half of the film, or that I didn't find it interesting and thought-provoking. But I didn't find any attempt to tell me how the show, or any of the characters had become. To me it just seemed like there were a lot of people saying things that were not true, or were not completely truthful. I also didn't find any great insight into the men involved, their motives and thoughts on life. To me that would have been interesting to learn more about the people that were involved, but didn't. I think that if you are looking for a great film, then look no further. But if you want to know more about a TV show, or are just curious about how it ended, don't bother.

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Dylan

Excellent documentary! I also highly recommend "What is Love" by Ted Chiang. It's about Joey's addiction and how he was able to get out of it and stay healthy. It's really a must watch if you've ever had a love interest that you don't know how to deal with. Great work, I loved it.

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James

I liked this documentary very much. It was very touching and funny at the same time. It was worth watching the whole movie. I'm sure that people in prison know the names of all the guys who was involved in the crime and who has been involved in the deal. The movie is just a little bit long but it's very well made.

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Denise Schneider

Truly an excellent documentary which tells of how the Brothers Grimm ended up working for Warner Brothers and how Joe Wickers (as Buck) became a star. Partly thanks to his magical talent, but also because he was overlooked by the studios. As for the details of this story, the part that may have disappointed you was that there was no added footage. In a lot of films this would have been an excellent thing to do, but because of the fact that the movie ended with a true story, you wouldn't have had any additional footage which would have taken away from the quality of the story. Having said that, it was still a very interesting documentary that was probably more important to the story than it was to the movie itself. Although Buck was quite a visual performer, he was also a master storyteller and this may be one of the most famous of his stories, which was covered here. He also was a very good actor, and there is very good evidence that he actually was an excellent actor. If you liked this film, you should also check out "The Brothers Grimm".

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Craig

I enjoyed this film and wanted to see how the pieces came together. It is not a love story. It is about a very lucky couple. A man who can't see a white woman. A woman who feels sorry for herself because she has a face that looks as if it was thrown on the floor for no good reason. They are not good friends but they are friends. They have feelings for each other, they can talk, they care for each other. They have a baby but it is from their older brother, who is dead. The baby is brown and it looks like an octopus. The film never dwells on the baby and the baby's identity. It is a difficult subject to bring to the screen and the film does it well. The story is compelling and the actors are great. We see that these are very real people who care about each other. I have watched many films about relationships and this is not at all an exception.

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Albert S.

The third person narration of Joey Kallen, who spends years writing "Bills, Bills, Bills" was fantastic and what made it all the more painful to watch was his seemingly unending quest for a satisfying, satisfying, satisfying ending. You'll be left with questions that you'll have to ask yourself. For example, does Joey's narration add any content to the film? This is not a film that has a story or narrative to tell. It is Joey's voice speaking to you, almost as if it is his wish to express himself to you. It's interesting, and just for the experience of listening to him speak, it's worth seeing this movie.

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Amy C.

I absolutely loved this documentary! I am usually not a fan of the documentary genre, but I think this one is a well done one. I found it to be a very nice, yet entertaining look at the dynamics of relationships and how they influence the lives of those that come into their lives. It also provided us with an insight into the family dynamics in regards to her stepson and he isn't even her real dad. He just happens to be her best friend's dad. It was very refreshing to watch her interact with his parents. This is one of my favorite documentaries because it was so real and it really shows the best aspects of a relationship. I found myself completely captivated by this documentary and it was the best documentary I've ever seen. I highly recommend it to anyone.

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Donald

I had no idea what to expect when I heard this film would be made. I have heard the story before, but this is by far the best I have heard of it. It is told in a very telling way. It is very well acted and the music is amazing. If you are interested in the story, then you will love this film. I have heard that the movie will not be released in the US, but I hope that they will release it here soon.

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Barbara B.

This is a wonderful and moving documentary. A great film, telling a very human story of an artist who was far from mainstream when he was working with his wife and family, and a great part of the credit for the films artistic success goes to his wife, actress-director Rebecca Pidgeon. Pidgeon is also featured in this film, in an excellent performance. I was especially impressed by Pidgeon's performance as Joey, and the life of the man himself. This was a wonderful film that I recommend highly.

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David Black

This is a film that is a must-see for anyone who has any interest in the Fifties or even the Seventies. If you're not interested in those times, then it's probably not going to be that interesting to you. There are some very interesting things about this film, but I won't spoil them. The film itself is very well-made. I'm not sure if it was shot in black and white or not, but it was shot in a way that is a bit hard to follow sometimes. There is some great footage of the period, but it's a bit hard to follow. The acting is also very good. I think that the actors were chosen well. I think that the most important thing about this film is the history behind it. I think that this is a very important film because it shows that this was a time when many people lived for the idea of freedom, and they were willing to sacrifice anything for it. They were willing to kill people and even destroy the nation. It's really an amazing film that will make you think about your own world and your own world. This is a must-see for anyone who has a passion for the history of the Fifties.

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Beverly

This documentary is a great place to start, since it delves into a subject that is hardly ever covered in mainstream media, and even if it is covered, it's often negative, or for the most part, it's in the context of a tragic story, which is often the way a lot of the stories are told. This is definitely a great film for anyone who is interested in animal research, and its not just a documentary about the welfare of animals, it's also about the personal lives of these animals, and how these lives are affected by the research, and how these animals are affected. This documentary is very well done, and it's extremely well edited, and it's a great way to start your viewing of this documentary. It's a must-see for anyone interested in animal research, or in animal research in general.

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Henry

Joey, the 2.5 year old that was the subject of a well-publicized investigation by the Boston Globe for exposing the death of her mother, was with us for only the first part of this remarkable, one-hour film. She's the sweet, intelligent, caring, caring, attentive little girl who had the misfortune of being adopted as the result of her mother's rape and murder. But what Joey does best is share her story and her bond with her adoptive mother and the people who adopted her. The film features interview with Joey's adoptive mother, her husband, a group of reporters, an eye witness, and one of Joey's foster family members. The day the Globe story was published, the newspapers ran a letter from a woman who was a foster mother to Joey in high school and now is her mother's friend and has adopted her as well. This woman also tells of her own adoption in 1980 and the way she interacted with her adopted son. The foster mother also told of how her daughter's adoption changed her, her relationships with other adoptive parents, and the relationship between foster parents and their adopted children. We are also given the opportunity to hear from social workers, foster parents, foster parents themselves, and members of the state legislature who have a stake in this issue. The film is also loaded with fascinating details about the activities and struggles of the adoptive parents, the foster mother, and their adopted children. A sense of accomplishment is achieved at the end when the woman who adopted Joey as a baby and now fosters her told us how she felt when she heard about the results of the Globe investigation. Her sense of accomplishment is a key theme in the film and she was moved to tears. Some of the actors were able to draw us in and interact with Joey because of their beautiful performances. The director was able to capture Joey's remarkable personality and enhance it with subtle artistic touches. The most powerful scenes of this film are in which Joey tries to comfort her foster mother. The director clearly conveys her pain at the loss of her adopted mother and how she was able to feel her connection to Joey through her. You will also be moved by the interactions between the foster mother and her adopted daughter and by the way Joey adjusts to her adoptive family. The director could have been a bit more artistic with the way she captured the interactions between the foster mother and her adopted daughter. She could have done better with some of the details in the foster mother's interactions with Joey. We also have an adorable special appearance by Joey and her foster mother, who has been a foster mom herself and has adopted and fostered many of her own children. She also shares some of her own experiences with Joey in a charming manner. Overall, this is an inspiring film that is essential viewing for anyone concerned with adoption. It is one of the best I've seen in recent years.

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Carolyn

Joey and the Beer Baron take us behind the scenes of the 1984 Seattle Beer/Baron vs. Hero and 1988 World Cup champion Seattle Sounders. Joey gives us the story of the first 100 days of the team's life from building of the stadium, to training, to play, to stadium security, to playoffs, to the final. We also get to hear Joey's inside story about the state of Seattle sports teams that he so passionately loved. Joey also gives us a great behind the scenes look at Seattle pubs, bars, and stadiums. The stadium is the focal point of the film, and Joey uses a lot of music to show us how much it is loved by the fans and business owners alike. We get to hear about how these teams are formed, and also see how they become successful. Joey also gives us an inside look at the development of beer and craft beer in Seattle. It is interesting how the beer baron/hero came to be, and how the pub/bar gets its start. After seeing this movie, one thing becomes clear. Beer is the most popular drink in the world and will remain that way. It is the cause of many of the issues we have with our country, but will continue to be. To learn more about the history of beer and why it is the most popular drink on earth, check out "The Story of Beer".

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Joe

Hi everyone, just wanted to say I've just seen this movie and I'm just stunned. I came into this knowing nothing about Joey or Amy and what the movie was about. That being said, the movie is an amazing cinematic experience and the film makers have given us a glimpse into the lives of two amazing people. These two are people I could watch everyday and they always made me feel the same way. I am truly blessed and honored to be in a position to help them. I look forward to seeing more from these two people, just like the movie. My condolences to them and my thoughts are with them. I am so thankful for this movie. It really gets to the heart of the story. There is no doubt in my mind that Joey is my favorite. He is the coolest, most generous, and compassionate person I have ever known and Amy is just wonderful. They are two beautiful people and they have a lot of stuff going on in their lives but they have created this beautiful life that I wish I could be in. I'm so blessed to be part of it.

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Johnny E.

I highly recommend watching this movie as it touches a lot of people's lives. There are so many people in this world who live the problems that Joey, and others have faced. In the movie he talks to people who are in their old age, and talk about how they are different from people in the world who are older. There are scenes of him playing with people who are very young, and he asks them to tell him some stories. And he says things like "All of you are like this." That is what Joey sees in the world. I know people like Joey, and that's why I know people like him. I hope you enjoy this movie as much as I did. Thanks for reading.

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Willie R.

As I was watching the documentary I realized that this was a great film, it is about a great man who made a lot of money with his eye and his eye is what has made him. As the film starts with the grandfather of all the monkeys, his story is very entertaining, it starts with a very surprising and interesting event, the ones that fought him. From there on you get to see the first steps of this guy's business. As the film is about the monkey, it isn't really about him, it is about a great man who made a lot of money, a man who is intelligent and clever, who never misses an opportunity. It's not about him, the film is about the monkey, his story, his way of life and the way he works with other animals. It's not really about the results of the business, it's about the personality of this man. I'm a very big fan of documentaries, I am a very big fan of documentaries that make you feel something. I like to watch documentaries, because it helps me to understand things, because it reminds me of my life, and I love it when a documentary helps me to make a connection with something. I like it when a documentary makes me think, when it makes me feel something, and this film is one of those documentaries. I'm not going to give you a big deal, because this is a great movie. In a way it makes you feel like this man worked his life to be this great person, and the most interesting thing is that this man didn't have a family, he didn't have a wife and kids, he was the king of his business, and this is very important to understand. If you are an animal lover, you should watch this movie. If you are a monkey lover, you should watch this movie. It's very interesting.

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Randy

I had no idea what I was getting into when I decided to watch this documentary, but from the moment I saw the trailer it looked like a great one. This documentary really is a must-watch if you are a fan of Joey Tribbiani or just an average Joe. It is very interesting to see how Joey is able to make people feel for a guy that has a broken leg. It's also really amazing to see how a man can feel like he is worth more than the rest of the world. It is like a cult film that you can watch with your whole family over the holidays. It really is a perfect movie to watch. And a great way to have a great time with your friends or your family.

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Hannah

It's not a "bad" movie, but it is not a "good" movie either. It's the story of a woman who was turned into a dog, and a story about a woman who was turned into a dog, and her husband, and how he lost his job. It's an intimate look at the lives of many people in the New York area. One thing that I found interesting was that the filmmakers weren't able to get interviews with the people in the film, but they did get interviews with people who knew the people who were interviewed. It seems that this film was not meant to be a "celebrity" film, but rather a look at the lives of ordinary people. One other thing that I liked was that this was a film about a dog, and a dog that was turned into a human. It's a very sad story, but it's a very human story. The ending was also very nice.

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Julia

A well made film, not a documentary, but definitely worth a watch. Interesting to see how all the places that were visited by the pilgrims are now in ruins. I was very interested in seeing how the Spanish brought the word 'Pilgrimage' to America, and how the word was translated into English. I was also interested in the story of the man who became the first American to land on the Moon, and how he and his wife and two children survived the Apollo missions. The last part of the film is a compilation of interviews from some of the surviving families, and they are fascinating. I was very surprised that the filmmaker, William Katt, was not able to interview the actual people, because they were so well-known. They told stories of the people that they had known and loved, and how their lives were affected by the events that took place in their lives. This was a film that really touched me, and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Helen

The movie is very interesting and contains some incredible footage. I thought the movie was very informative, but also very emotional and very powerful. I loved the film's pacing, the way it shows you the life of a man who was abandoned and spent years in the woods before being found and adopted by a family. The film is well-filmed and the camera work is very powerful. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to understand the psychology of a man who had to go to a mental institution and spent years in the woods and was abandoned by his family. I would also recommend this movie to anyone who has an interest in psychology and animal behavior. I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about mental illness and animal behavior.