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(3136) 7.5 89 min 2018

Amazing Grace is a movie starring Aretha Franklin, James Cleveland, and Alexander Hamilton. A documentary presenting Aretha Franklin with choir at the New Bethel Baptist Church in Watts, Los Angeles in January 1972.

Starring
Alexander Hamilton, James Cleveland, Cornell Dupree, Aretha Franklin
Genres
Music, Documentary
Director
Sydney Pollack, Alan Elliott

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Music, Documentary
Director Sydney Pollack, Alan Elliott
Stars Alexander Hamilton, James Cleveland, Cornell Dupree, Aretha Franklin
Country USA
Also Known As Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace, Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace - A szeretet hangján, Amazing Grace: Aretha Franklin, Amazing Grace - Aretha Franklin, Khesed Moufla: Aretha Franklin, Aretha Franklin - Amazing Grace
Runtime 1H 29M
Description A documentary presenting Aretha Franklin with choir at the New Bethel Baptist Church in Watts, Los Angeles in January 1972.

Top reviews

Thursday, 17 Sep 2020 22:42

There is something else going on here, perhaps that is not in the first part, and maybe I have seen something very important, something which explains the disturbing nature of this film. It is to do with the true passion of Christ and his passion for the human race, an energy which no one can take away from him. The question is, if one goes to church, and listens to the sermons, are we praying for our sins, or for the love of God, or for the desire to be a better person? Is there a possible 'true' meaning in these church sermons, and if so, what does it mean? Why are we so interested in the word 'sins'? Why do we want to be better people? Are there 'sins' in the world? This is not just a question of the church, but a question of life itself. But of course, this is not the most important part of this film. The most important part is the reflection of the human spirit, the real meaning of what we are doing to our own bodies, to our souls. What does this say about our society? What do we mean by 'living a good life'? Is this really what we are doing to ourselves? This is an important movie, but it is not all good. The main fault of the film is that it is too quiet. Too few people are talking, for instance in the second part, or too many are silent. A good director would have made more noise in order to express the emotion of the human spirit. This is a great film, but I'm afraid that it will only reach the mainstream if it reaches the mainstream. I recommend it to people who are interested in religion, but I doubt that it will reach the mainstream, and certainly not the masses. It is not a film which needs to be seen, but which needs to be understood.
Monday, 10 Aug 2020 01:59

A wonderful, quirky documentary about the enigmatic music of the 90s and the present. Well-timed music videos, and archival footage, all work to give the viewer a sense of what they might be missing if they weren't paying attention. This film is from the perspective of the very talented musician and entertainer Maurice Jarre. He is well-versed in various forms of jazz and classical music. But what the film really goes for is the stories of the people who were making music, and the people who were listening to it. Sometimes people play instruments in their own bedrooms, but then go out into the world and get famous. Sometimes they are very well-known and make a fortune, and then people like the people in this film start collecting their records. It's really fascinating to watch the people in this film and listen to their stories. The performances are remarkable. There are no music videos in the film, but rather just the musicians themselves telling their stories. I didn't have the chance to see any of the musicians who were in the film, so I really couldn't tell what the footage showed. But I can tell that this is a very well-made film. I think this is the kind of film that could have easily been lost. The story of Maurice Jarre, the music, and the musicians who were making music at the time are well-told. What I really liked about this documentary is that I got to hear some of the stories of these artists. The story of Marvin Gaye, the story of Quincy Jones, and the story of Thelonious Monk, are all very interesting. The interviews with the musicians are also very interesting, as they are all very talented musicians. For a film about musicians and jazz, this one is really a great watch. If you don't know much about jazz and classical music, you might want to watch this film instead. It's very interesting to hear about how these musicians came up with their own style. I think it would be a good documentary to see if you are a jazz or classical music fan. It would also be interesting to hear about some of the musicians who were involved in making this film.
Sunday, 28 Jun 2020 09:54

The topic of religion is a very sensitive one, and this film helps to highlight that. It is one of the few documentaries that have been made in English with the sole purpose of getting the audiences' emotions up and out of their skin. When discussing the topic of religion, it is helpful to be able to have a starting point of faith. The words are often used, but their meaning is seldom grasped. The amount of emotion involved in the process of moving to Christianity is a lot less than the amount of emotion involved in moving to Buddhism, for example. But, the film does a great job of getting the story across, and getting the audience's attention. At the same time, it does a good job of letting the audience get involved in the film. The cameraman is excellent at capturing the culture of the people in a traditional village, and how the inhabitants are trying to survive. There is a lot of concern, but not too much emotion. The film's voice-over narration gives a good insight to the context of the film. The people are happy, but not too thrilled about it. There is no real need to be "in-tune" with religion, because the film has no agenda in the religious scene. The tone of the film is consistent with the situation, and there are no moments of anti-religion propaganda. It is a great film, and a lot of it can be put into perspective by seeing the subject through the eyes of a native American, and the culture of a town in North Dakota. There is also a good deal of humor in the film. The movie is not at all boring, and there are many humorous moments that are amusing, especially in the beginning of the film. The film does not shy away from showing the reality of Christianity and Buddhism. There are very many events that the people of the village would probably never have seen if they were not Christian, and there are no incidents that would ever have happened if they were not Buddhist. It does a great job of showing the context of religion, and the people's emotions on the subject. I think it is well done, and definitely worth seeing. I highly recommend this film to any people who are not religious, but would like to learn more about the subject. It is a great film, and I highly recommend it.
Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 23:13

In his retelling of the story of the same name, singer Billy Bragg's documentary focuses on his thoughts about the lead singer of the popular rock band He's Gone. The film shows that Bragg never had much respect for the singer, which was portrayed in a multitude of ways, but most importantly, it shows that Bragg was an enigma in his life. The documentary also delves into his family and friends, the band he played in, his "pope", and the meaning behind his name, "Billy the Kid". This documentary is one of the most interesting things I've ever seen. There are moments in the film that make you feel like you're right there with Bragg, and moments that make you feel like you've never met him. In this sense, the documentary becomes one of the best documentaries ever made. Billy Bragg's life is a complex one. He is a real person, with many different aspects to him, and there is nothing you can say about his personality or character that will ever be able to say about his work as a singer. The film is filled with questions, but mostly it's filled with questions of appreciation. There is a little bit of humor, and some of the questions are quite silly, but it's never the most serious of things. The film has a feeling of nostalgia, and I'm sure many will agree with me on this, but I also feel that the documentary is very accurate. You see that Bragg had a life, and you see that he had a wife and a daughter, but you don't feel as though it was perfect. If you think about Bragg's life, you realize that he had many ups and downs, and you feel sorry for the man, as he went through so many different emotions. The film also shows that the singer could not really hold a man in his hands. He was no good with men. He was always a loser, and he never really had a real relationship with a man. If you think about his life, you realize that he was not really a man, but a failure in the field of music. And it's a shame that the music he made is so unimportant to the music that we associate with him. The documentary shows that the band that he played in was in some ways a failing of him. He could not really communicate with anyone, and he didn't really have a relationship with the band. There are many different aspects to the documentary, but there is one aspect that has to be the biggest. Billy Bragg is shown to be extremely narcissistic. The way he treated people was almost on the level of some people, and the way he treated women was on the level of some people. He treated his wife with such disrespect, he left her completely cold. He treated his wife like trash. The film is very well made, with good photography, a great story, and some good interviews. The documentary is not about the music itself, but rather the person. It is more of a biography of the man, but it doesn't really show how he was able to make music, but rather how he created music. The documentary is very honest, and you feel for the man. I think the documentary is very underrated, and I think that it's worth a watch.
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 22:53

I don't have anything against country music. But I'm not going to claim it as the greatest, the greatest, the best or anything. I just didn't like this documentary. Not at all. But it was interesting. The main reason is because there is a long list of people who contributed to the movie. I didn't want to go too deep into the background of these people. That would have been a waste of time. So I just know that I will keep this summary for later. However, I think that the main point is very well presented. I also liked the soundtrack, which is quite good. All in all, this is a great movie about the evolution of the genre of country music. It shows how it developed over the years and also highlights some of the important people who contributed to it. I think that it is important for people to know how the genre was created and how people were influenced by it. This was very interesting and I was curious to know more about the background of the people who produced the music. I am also curious how this affected the other artists, because I think that many of the artists were very influential and many were even very influential. But there were some that didn't have much influence on the genre. But they did influence the other artists. And in that sense, they are important. Overall, I like this movie. I thought it was interesting, I thought it was informative and I liked the music. I recommend this movie to people who like music or are interested in the evolution of country music. I think that this is a great movie. I give it a 7/10. I think that the title of the movie should be "Country Power".


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