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(165) 6.1 120 min 2018

Made for More is a movie starring Dave Hollis and Rachel Hollis. This is more than a documentary. It's a film packed with tools to help you discover the best version of yourself. Mama of four, CCO/founder of The Hollis Company and...

Starring
Dave Hollis, Rachel Hollis
Genres
Documentary
Director
Jack Noble

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Jack Noble
Stars Dave Hollis, Rachel Hollis
Country USA
Runtime 2H
Description This is more than a documentary. It's a film packed with tools to help you discover the best version of yourself. Mama of four, CCO/founder of The Hollis Company and The Chic Site, Rachel Hollis has been called "Tina Fey meets Tony Robbins for women" and is taking audiences on an inside look at chasing the biggest of dreams.

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Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 02:03

Michael Moore's latest film, Do the Right Thing, is a fantastic film for anyone who is interested in America's black community. It's a film that illustrates that America's black community is on the rise, despite a small amount of negative publicity over the last decade. In the first part of the film, Moore interviews African American artists, artists who are directly affected by the criminal justice system. The film then transitions to talking about the criminal justice system itself. The portrayal of the criminal justice system by Michael Moore is very different from many people's portrayals of the system. He's not talking about the justice system as a whole, instead he's discussing individual cases of injustice. For example, he takes a look at the current situation with a 16 year old juvenile in Chicago. This teenager, who is white, has been in juvenile prison for shooting a white teenager. But after his conviction, he has been told by a judge that he can no longer go back to jail for the crime. He can only stay in the juvenile detention center for up to a year. His mother then asks the juvenile court judge to re-sentence him for the shooting. The judge is faced with a dilemma. He must either re-sentence him for the crime or send him back to jail. He re-sentences him for the crime. The judge finds the situation outrageous and decides that he should not re-sentence him for the crime. The film then shifts gears to the political system, especially on the issue of the war in Iraq. Moore describes the problems that the war in Iraq has had on American soldiers. He goes on to point out that some of the soldiers have died in action because of the senseless war in Iraq. This is the first time that Moore has tried to show this issue from a black perspective. His approach is not different from his previous films, but this is the first time that he has used a black audience in his film. I think that this is a strong film, and I'm excited that the movie has finally found an audience. I think that it's a very important film to discuss the issue of the criminal justice system from a black perspective.


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