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(499) 7.3 100 min 2018

Bethany Hamilton: Unstoppable is a movie starring Alana Blanchard, Adam Dirks, and Tobias Dirks. After losing an arm to a shark attack at age 13, Bethany Hamilton refuses to give up her dreams of being a professional surfer.

Tobias Dirks, Adam Dirks, Alana Blanchard, Bethany Hamilton
Sport, Documentary
Aaron Lieber

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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 Sport, Documentary
Director Aaron Lieber
Writer Carol Martori, Aaron Lieber
Stars Tobias Dirks, Adam Dirks, Alana Blanchard, Bethany Hamilton
Country USA
Also Known As Niepowstrzymana Bethany Hamilton, Nesustabdoma Betany Hamilton
Runtime 1H 40M
Description Bethany Hamilton lost her arm to a tiger shark at age 13, but this didn't stop her from pursuing her dream of becoming a professional surfer. However, it wasn't only the competition that fueled her desire to stay in the big blue, but her love for the ocean. Not only has she conquered the giant walls but also the journey of being a mother--all with only one arm. She inspires and she never stops; Bethany Hamilton is Unstoppable.

Top reviews

Monday, 14 Sep 2020 04:21

I liked this movie a lot. Bethany is like a video princess who can do anything but the true story that surrounds her is the story of the other major players in the story. It's more about the underdog story than the easy life. Bethany, when healthy, was very well supported by her coach and family. It is sad to know that Bethany and her family were killed in a car accident. Bethany gave her life for her family and it shows in this movie. I liked the montage of people that had a special connection to Bethany and some of the other family members. They had a special connection to Bethany. I think the people in the film should not be sad because it's her story, but more should be thankful because of her. I think she deserved more recognition and recognition from people because she did a great thing. The funeral of her sister and brother is amazing, not only because of her sister, but also because of her brother and his friends that played an important part in the end. Bethany was tough, smart, and a fighter, and that was reflected in the way she fought. Bethany's father called her tough, but it was really about the fight. Bethany did a great job to remember that her sister was an angel. Bethany has a smile that you can't help but get. I think that people who have never been in a car accident or an accident at all can watch this movie and learn something. Bethany had no problem with living or dying and she was so strong and proud of that. She had a big heart and that made people fall in love with her.
Wednesday, 15 Jul 2020 18:17

I am a die hard NASCAR fan, and like the current generation of drivers, I have no problems with the sport. But I was really surprised at the lack of respect shown to the field and the driver's wives, who have paid their dues to these guys and now want nothing more than a win. "No way!" or "Oh no" to the wives and their husbands. The sport just plain sucks! I know for a fact that the wives and husbands are just fine with their husbands putting in the time and risking their lives in their pursuit of a dream. When the wives finally see a win, they're happy. The husbands are thrilled, even when they have to stop competing. I would love to see the wives put their husband's actions in the spotlight and make it known to everyone that they should support their husbands and their dreams, not the other way around. When I watch the most recent NASCAR races, I think of the wives and their husbands, and it gives me great joy to see these events. I also want to see more movies where the wives are not to blame for their husbands' actions, or, that the wives are not jealous. I do have some personal issues with the women, but I will not get into them here. When I watch this movie, I do not see the NASCAR or the racing as anything but a sports event, which is why I think it's so refreshing to see this movie. For the NASCAR fan, this movie is absolutely amazing. My wife and I have been watching NASCAR for 40 years, and we are both very proud of this sport. It is our passion and pride. It is the true American dream, a dream that drives most men to give their all and sacrifice. We are thankful that there is still a connection to the sport, and that there are still these men who compete with their wives, kids, and other partners to win the Cup. Thanks to this film, I will be watching more NASCAR, because it is worth it.

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