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Nuts!

Nuts! is a movie starring Gene Tognacci, Andy Boswell, and John Causby. The mostly true story of Dr. John Romulus Brinkley, an eccentric genius who built an empire with his goat-testicle impotence cure and a million-watt radio...

Other Titles
Niezłe jaja!
Running Time
1 hours 19 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Animation
Director
Penny Lane
Writer
Thom Stylinski
Actors
Kelly Mizell, Gene Tognacci, John Causby, Andy Boswell
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

The mostly true story of Dr. John Romulus Brinkley, an eccentric genius who built an empire with his goat-testicle impotence cure and a million-watt radio station. Animated reenactments, interviews, archival footage, and one seriously unreliable narrator trace his rise from poverty to celebrity and influence in 1920s America.

Comments about documentary «Nuts!» (25)

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Emma W.

A few days ago I watched a movie called "Munich" and this is one of the best documentary movies I have ever seen. The film consists of four parts. The first part is the first one, showing the preparations of the Munich Olympics, and the movies about the preparations of the games. The second part is the last one, which shows the actual games, and the interview with the Israeli athletes. The third part is the final one, which is the one that shows the actual games. This is a must watch documentary, because it shows you the truth, and the true story. I have watched this documentary many times, and I would recommend to everyone to watch this film. It is a must watch, because it is really very interesting and I think it deserves to be nominated for best documentary at the Academy Awards.

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Jeffrey Brooks

I found this movie at a local video store and I was really impressed by the way it was presented. It's a documentary on the history of the movie industry. It has interviews with the filmmakers, producers, actors and so on. It's mostly people talking about their own careers and the effect they had on the industry. It is very interesting and I have to say it made me think about my own career and the way it had been going for the last five years or so. It's not a documentary for everyone and it's not really for everyone but it's an important film to watch.

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Jacob Freeman

The movie tells the story of Judy Garland (Janet Malcolm) from her earliest days up to her death. It tells the story of her wonderful and tragic life. It also shows the beauty and the dark side of her character. This is a very moving and very touching movie. I think it is very interesting and that it is very good to see this on a large screen. I recommend this movie to anyone.

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Dorothy

The movie (and I must admit that I had a good time at the movie) was well worth the price of admission. It was entertaining, a bit cheesy, but a movie to see. The main thing that really got me was the story. The amount of stories they told was very interesting. I thought the end was a little odd, but it was still a great movie. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is a fan of Pixar movies. It's worth the money.

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Janice R.

Briefly: The Soviet Union was a great country for some, but not for others. Here, for the next 30 years, the state is run by a "Fog of War" that allows anyone to abuse the power they have and say whatever they want, no questions asked. This documentary chronicles the incredible story of the Russian dissidents, who over the course of 20 years managed to raise a world-class film crew, stage a daring but ultimately futile escape attempt from the gulag, and successfully mount a lawsuit against the Soviet government. It is one of the most powerful documentaries I have ever seen. As a documentary, it is superb. As a piece of art, it is phenomenal. Director John Pilger and his crew travel from Cuba to Siberia, capture the hardships of life in the Soviet Union, and then break it down into the four elements: film, music, music and life. The result is a powerful film about a tragic story of courage and hope. This film is not for the faint of heart. This is not a movie that will make you laugh. This is not a movie that will make you cry. This is a movie about the human condition, and the power of music, film and music to heal. It is a documentary about the future of our world.

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Charles P.

I'm so glad I saw this film. I went to see it because it was on television and thought it would be a good movie. I was so wrong. The first half of the movie is a documentary, looking at the process of developing a movie from concept to film. The story is very interesting, but it never really gets going. At some points, it just becomes a lecture about how to make a movie. The other half of the movie is a dramatization of the making of a movie. We get to see the whole process of writing, filming, and the editing of the movie. I loved the way the film captured the same moment in time as the story did. It was also very interesting to see how the director was able to tell a story about the project with such different actors. I really hope the movie gets more people to see it, because it is a good movie and the subject matter is interesting.

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Jose

I saw this movie when it first came out, and I still remember it fondly. There's a strong anti-war sentiment in this movie. A person who is not a pacifist will like this movie. It's pretty disturbing, but it's also powerful and will make you think. I think this movie is very important to watch, and it makes you think about war and how it affects people. Some people may not like this movie, but I think it's really important. I've seen it several times and it never gets old. It's definitely worth seeing.

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Bryan Simmons

I first heard about this documentary by way of the trailer for the movie 'The Unbearable Lightness of Being'. I am a huge fan of Philip Glass, so I was interested in watching the film. I've never been a fan of 'artsy' films, so I was really excited to see this. It was pretty funny, but I found the movie at times a little 'boring'. There were parts of the film I didn't like, but it's the kind of film where you're not thinking "how can this be a great film?", but rather "I'm bored with this and it's getting to be a bit boring". It's funny that this documentary was made so many years ago, and I'd have to say it's still pretty relevant. If you are into minimalist music, and minimalist films, then this is definitely a must-see. I don't want to sound pretentious, but I think the point of this film is to get you thinking about what you listen to, and what is really important to you. That's what I think this documentary was really trying to do. The documentary doesn't offer a lot of answers to the questions it poses, but it does ask some good questions about what is important to you, and what you really need to do to get what you want in life. I would have loved to see more from Philip Glass, but he died a few years ago, so I don't really know what to expect from the future.

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Diana Lucas

If you love the thought and heart of the young and the old, this is a must see! I loved the documentary and the interview with Michael Sandford. I thought the clips of his conversations with the children were great and he touched on the importance of life and how one should remember the things we have been given. I also loved the way he used the traditional lullaby to bring out the energy in the film. This is a must see for anyone who is looking for an insight to the future of our planet. This documentary will touch your heart.

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Nicole S.

A documentary which really gives a good insight into the people and people that come up with such a great story. There are some amazing people that have worked on the movie that I don't want to spoil, but the movie really shines through the crazy ideas and ideas that we are exposed to and through all of the people that work on the movie that are doing a great job. I'm glad that I found this documentary and I'm looking forward to the next one. It's worth watching!

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Joseph Carroll

This movie was really good. I loved the characters, especially the lead actor and the last three. It was a good movie. The movie really focused on the personalities of the three main characters, and their experiences. It also explored the relationship between the three main characters, especially the relationship between them. There was a lot of great information in this movie. There were a few times where the movie made me feel like it was just a documentary, but it was still really well done. I highly recommend this movie to people who like documentaries and/or who love a good, entertaining movie. It is a good movie. I highly recommend it.

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Bruce Larson

I saw this film at the Houston Film Festival, and I think it is brilliant. I am not a fan of cartoons, but I found this film very intriguing. I don't want to give too much away, but I do recommend seeing it. It is about how a Japanese chef becomes a vegetarian after the U.S. embargo of Japanese food, and how he meets a female chef, who has her own ideas about food. We also see the Japanese people trying to live their lives in the modern world. There are some real moments in the film, such as when the chef's wife is about to go to Japan, and she says to him, "You don't have to come with me." That is just great. I think this film has a very important message, and it's really good. I think the characters in the film are great, and the characters are really well done. They are real people, and the stories are also real. I think this is a very important film. I think it should be more widely seen. I think people need to see it. It is a good film, and I would recommend it to everyone.

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Julia

This documentary explores the connection between nature and people, and the lengths to which people will go to protect their beloved places. A local guide, Chris Hurt, describes the issues that this documentary brought up in his life. In the early stages of the documentary, Chris tried to keep the documentary out of his own life, so that he could concentrate on his work, but he soon realized that the documentary would ruin his life, and his family's life. Chris wanted to keep the documentary out of his life so that he could focus on his work, and he also wanted to prevent his family from having to watch the documentary. It is the most human aspect of this documentary. We can't escape from nature, and it affects us in our daily lives. The documentary makes us look at the issues that nature is bringing to our lives, and it also makes us think about the ways in which we can protect our environment. This documentary should be seen by everyone, because it has many more hidden stories, and it is not a movie that you can just watch, because you don't know what's going to happen. The documentary is a great example of what we can do to protect our planet.

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Megan Rivera

I saw this film at the Sundance Film Festival in 2006. I had never heard of this film, and had no idea what to expect. I'm glad I was wrong. I have to admit that the film is very long. I have no idea what the people on the set must have gone through. The intensity of this film is very hard to describe. I felt I was literally living in the film. The sense of what it was like to be in the trenches is very intense. This film is for everyone who has ever had to deal with people and situations that are not normal. I highly recommend this film. It is well-made and very moving. 9/10

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Juan H.

I am going to be honest, this movie was not for me. I have a lot of friends who love this movie and it is on my top 3 of all time. But I thought it would be a little boring. So I rented it, and I was very pleasantly surprised. I am glad I did not expect a really deep and meaningful story, but it was actually pretty interesting. I am glad I watched it, and I am very glad I did not go to a theater to see this movie. I am definitely going to watch it again. I do not think I will see it again anytime soon. I can see why people might be disappointed. But I also think that people might like this movie, because they are not really expecting it to be that deep. They are expecting it to be funny and they are not going to be disappointed. This is the kind of movie I would like to see again. I think the quality is so much better in this movie. The cinematography is awesome, the acting is very good, and the story is very interesting. If you are a fan of nature documentaries, this movie will be great for you.

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Elizabeth Dunn

I went to this film with low expectations, I am a huge fan of documentaries, but this film was far more than that. It was amazing to watch the movie unfold and I was left in awe. This film was about a group of friends and family who all felt they were in the wrong place at the wrong time. I never would have believed that a film like this could have such a powerful effect. I thought this movie would have a strong message, but the story line was so interesting that it could have easily been a weak message. I can't say enough good things about this film. The whole cast was excellent, and the special effects were amazing. The only reason I gave this film a 9 was because of the dialogue. There were some parts that seemed to be awkward, but I am sure it was intentional. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes documentaries. This is not a documentary that tells you what is going on, this is a documentary that tells you what happened, and it is very emotional. I am sure that many will disagree with me, but I would recommend this film to anyone who likes documentaries.

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Gerald

I've never seen a documentary like this before. All the real people involved in the fight, and some of the people that helped them, told their stories, and some of the things they did were a bit exaggerated. But, as a viewer, it's a very entertaining and thought-provoking film. In a lot of ways, this documentary is very reminiscent of documentaries like "Where Are They Now?" or "The Trial of Henry Lee Lucas." It's almost as if you are watching a documentary about the trials of a man who was a pioneer of the Underground Railroad, and also helped fight slavery. It's a fascinating look into what these people did, and how their stories are slowly fading from history. The documentary is a lot more interesting than I thought it would be. It's a lot more entertaining than I expected. It's really a must see for anyone interested in the Underground Railroad.

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Patrick Johnston

A great documentary that explores the opinions of a group of scientists and educators, who are at odds with what has become the prevailing view of evolution. Some of them have chosen to remain silent about their views, while others have been silent for decades. The most interesting part of the documentary is how scientists feel about their theory, but they also talk about how they feel about what has become popular science in the popular press. I'm not sure I would recommend this documentary to anyone, but it is well worth watching. It should not be confused with a film about evolution, which has been released as such, but rather a documentary about scientists, and how they feel about what has become popular science in the popular press. This is a very well made documentary that does not attempt to change anyone's views about evolution, but instead aims to enlighten them. The documentaries and interviews of the scientists were interesting and interesting to listen to, and I think they did an excellent job in presenting these views, without falling into the trap of preaching to the choir. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who is interested in science, or is just interested in the evolution-denying fringe.

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Patricia Medina

Most documentaries that I have seen are good, but the ones that are good are mostly the documentaries that I have seen. "Nuts!" is an outstanding documentary. It is a rare and fantastic film that is a must-see for anyone who wants to know about the history of the Western World. I have been a fan of Mick Jagger since I was a young kid, and he is amazing. This film is about a person who has a talent for self-destructive behavior. Mick Jagger has been known for a long time as a very difficult person to deal with, and the doc shows him doing it, over and over again. The thing that really makes the film great is the personal stories that the director got from his subjects. This is a great documentary for everyone, whether you are a fan of rock or not. I hope that people can see this film because it really deserves to be seen. If you like rock music, then you will love this film, and if you like Mick Jagger, you will love this film. This is a documentary that I will be watching for a long time. I rate it a 9 out of 10. My rate is because it is an excellent documentary and it is very well done. A very important documentary.

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Amanda Wong

This documentary is an excellent example of how to tell a compelling story in a style that engages and excites. The story is told in a way that is both compelling and entertaining. The first half of the film shows the children's eyes as they experience the game, the very first time they are involved in a sporting event. In a way, it's like a personal diary, as the children describe their own experiences, both good and bad, and the film ends with a question that the children are asked. I would not want to give anything away about the game, but the film is filled with beautiful images of the athletes and the crowds, and the people in the stadiums. The film ends with a question that the children are asked. How do you feel about the game? There are many questions that the film is able to answer and the documentary ends with a positive note, as the children all have different feelings about the game and the fans. The film is very well done and is well worth watching.

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Samuel H.

My husband and I are big advocates of "A Couple of Nuts!" We read the book and watched the documentary, and I think we have enjoyed the DVD just as much. If you have seen the movie, you know that some of the questions and details have been changed, but other things have remained. The information provided is not presented in a documentary form, but more like a factual documentary. We were not given the opportunity to ask questions, which I think makes it a more intimate experience. However, I think that the format of the documentary is really great. It is both informative and entertaining. It is not as easy to follow as a traditional documentary, and it is a bit more like a news-type show. I am glad that the documentary is not just about nuts, but about human nature. Although some people have questioned whether the information provided is true or not, I believe it is important to be informed about our relationships and the way we relate to others. I am glad that a documentary can be made about a topic that is so personal to all of us, whether we have known someone who is nut-themed or not. I think this is one of the most important aspects of life, and it is amazing that a documentary can be made about it. It makes us all aware that we are interconnected and that we have many different ways to connect to one another. It makes us all want to learn more about ourselves and our relationships, and it makes us all want to connect with the others around us. So, what are your thoughts on "A Couple of Nuts?"

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Bobby S.

There are certain films that have been one of my favorites ever since I first saw them. This film is one of them. It's such a wonderful film, and I've never felt like I've had such a deep and meaningful experience watching it. It's just so incredibly beautiful. I've never felt so alive and so inspired to learn more about life. This is a beautiful film, and I hope you all see it. It's worth watching, and if you have the chance, watch it!

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Grace H.

A great documentary, but a little long. That is, I'm not sure it's a documentary at all. If it is, it would be an extremely great one.

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Jacob Larson

This is a very interesting film, about a couple of filmmakers who make and distribute video-recorded documentaries. It's about the documentary work of Adam & Gordon Seltzer, who have become a very successful film-maker, and are also in the business of making films. They made a documentary on a New York Times journalist named Roger Ailes, who was forced to resign after he was exposed as a bigoted right-wing media figure. This was a very interesting documentary, and it was fascinating to see how it was put together. It also was interesting to see the personal aspects of the documentary, as well as the fact that the Seltzer's have a very young daughter, and a very young son. I really liked the way they made the documentary, and I found the documentary very informative and interesting. It was also interesting to see how the Seltzer's dealt with the fact that this documentary was made by someone they had previously worked with. I think it was a very interesting documentary. It was very well done. The documentary is well worth seeing. I give it a 9 out of 10.

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Joyce Williams

I read the synopsis of this movie, and I was a little apprehensive about it. I am a bit of a cinephile, and I am used to seeing movies in a certain way, and I was afraid I would be disappointed. I was not. This movie is well made and well-acted. The director, Peter Mullan, is a director who has an eye for story. He has created an impressive work of art. I would recommend this movie to anyone, even if they don't like or understand the subject matter.