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(232) 7.7 88 min 2019

Blink of an Eye is a movie starring Dale Earnhardt Jr., Richard Petty, and Darrell Waltrip. An inside look at 2001's Daytona 500 featuring Michael Waltrip and Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Michael Waltrip, Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Darrell Waltrip
Paul Taublieb

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Paul Taublieb
Writer Paul Taublieb
Stars Michael Waltrip, Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Darrell Waltrip
Country USA
Also Known As In the Blink of an Eye: Destiny in Daytona, Michael Waltrip & Dale Earnhardt
Runtime 1H 28M
Description An inside look at 2001's Daytona 500 featuring Michael Waltrip and Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Top reviews

Thursday, 20 Aug 2020 17:06

This documentary is called "Blink of an Eye" and it tells the story of a man who has lived his entire life as a woman but has always had the physical characteristics of a man. The story is told through the eyes of Caitlyn Jenner, who is now known as Bruce Jenner. He has had his male hormone treatment for years and has a low voice. It is not surprising that he is nervous about what people will think of him. He was never comfortable with his body and decided that he needed to get a new identity. He decided that his name should be Bruce Jenner and that he would be allowed to transition into a woman. This documentary is an eye-opening and enlightening story about a man who is transitioning to be a woman. It is not a Hollywood movie that tries to create the same kind of confusion and story that we see in our media every day. The problem with this documentary is that it tries to be something it is not. It is a dramatic story that doesn't really go anywhere. The film tries to portray a man who is going through a lot of emotions. It tries to show Bruce as being vulnerable. It fails because it is really too emotional and it's too sad. It is also really unrealistic. It would be great if there were more interesting things about Bruce than this. I am glad that this documentary is not about Bruce Jenner but about the man he is and his transition to being a woman. It shows the love and care that Bruce Jenner has for his family and the love and care he has for his body. It shows that he has always been able to hide his physical body. It also shows that he has been in this situation for a long time and is now in a position where he can change his life and accept that he is a woman. I would recommend that people watch this documentary because it is an eye-opening and enlightening story. It's about a man who is going through a lot of emotions and it will help you understand why Caitlyn Jenner is transitioning. But it's not as good as I was led to believe.
Monday, 03 Aug 2020 13:42

The latest 'La vie d'Adele' is the second in a trilogy of films I've seen by French director Gilles Redzepi and this film is no exception. The first, 'Les Invitations' was a tale about two friends in Paris. The second, 'Reverent Saul', dealt with a psychiatrist who cared for a suicidal young man. Here, we have a couple in Paris. One of the characters is a couple trying to rekindle a romance with a person who's been dead for over a year. We learn of their emotional journey through a series of flashbacks. We also see one of the two characters talking to his old girlfriend in Paris while she's in bed and has trouble breathing. This is a very slow moving film. The first 15 minutes, then the next 20 minutes and then the last 30 minutes. I don't mind this at all because I find it difficult to get caught up in a film. The script is very prosaic. I'd also like to point out the cast, including Nicolas Winding Refn and Romy Schneider. These are two of my favorite actors in the world and they have an amazing chemistry on screen. I'd also like to comment on the cinematography. It was gorgeous. It was long and very dark. I really enjoyed it. I also enjoyed the back and forth between flashback and present day. I think it was a nice change to have some really long and quiet scenes in a film. I had a few real issues with the editing. It was very long and a lot of it was at the very end, which was a little unnecessary. There were a couple of scenes that were very repetitive and I felt they could have been edited out a little more. All in all, I'd rate this film a 7.5 out of 10.
Monday, 27 Jul 2020 21:27

The Intergenerational Report Card provides an important insight into the social problems that plague the majority of the world. "The Intergenerational Report Card" tells the stories of seven young people from across the globe and discusses what is keeping them out of school and from reaching their full potential. The eight girls, who grew up in Turkey and Canada, are between the ages of 14 and 17 and live in Turkey and Canada respectively. The majority of the stories are from immigrant youth in Turkey and Canada, though one story is from the United States and four are from Europe. The families who are most affected by the problems these kids are facing are Turkish and Turkish-Canadian, though the stories from the United States and Europe provide some insight to the dynamics of families that have been in the United States for generations. This film could have been longer, but the film makers tried to cover all the stories and it could have easily become too long. But, overall, I found the film to be very informative and it provided a rare glimpse into the social problems facing young people across the world and the solutions that could be implemented to address these problems. This film is essential viewing for anyone who wants to learn more about the problems these kids are facing. It will also serve as a resource for parents as well as communities that are dealing with the same problems as these kids. Overall, I found this film to be very educational and I highly recommend it.

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