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(9910) 7.5 98 min 2018

RBG is a movie starring Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Ann Kittner, and Harryette Helsel. The exceptional life and career of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who has developed a breathtaking legal legacy while becoming an...

Stephen Wiesenfeld, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Harryette Helsel, Ann Kittner
Documentary, Biography
Julie Cohen, Betsy West

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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, Biography
Director Julie Cohen, Betsy West
Stars Stephen Wiesenfeld, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Harryette Helsel, Ann Kittner
Country USA
Also Known As Alla corte di Ruth - RBG, La jueza, RBG:不恐龍大法官, Tiao Ji Fa Guan RBG, RBG: Hero. Icon. Dissenter., RBG - õigluse esileedi, RBG - Ein Leben für die Gerechtigkeit, Nv Da Fa Guan Jin Si Bo Ge, A Juíza, RBG. Jueza icono, RBG 最強の85才, RBG. Μια Ζωή για τη Δικαιοσύνη
Runtime 1H 38M
Description At the age of 84, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has developed a breathtaking legal legacy while becoming an unexpected pop culture icon. But without a definitive Ginsburg biography, the unique personal journey of this diminutive, quiet warrior's rise to the nation's highest court has been largely unknown, even to some of her biggest fans - until now. RBG is a revelatory documentary exploring Ginsburg's exceptional life and career from Betsy West and Julie Cohen, and co-produced by Storyville Films and CNN Films.

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Wednesday, 30 Sep 2020 16:50

While The Big Short follows the political coverage of the 2007 housing crisis pretty closely, it focuses more on its financial-investment implications. This is definitely a worthwhile film, but with the disclosures and reputations that have come out, it certainly could have been better. I hope the producers of this film won't feel they've come under fire, and that the Oscar will go to the most compelling and well-done film in this year's drama/action category. On the surface, The Big Short does a pretty good job of portraying the financial decisions that led to the housing bubble's collapse. At the same time, however, it does a poor job of explaining the actual reasons for the crisis. I guess it could be argued that Wall Street did, in fact, cause the crisis. However, why was it so difficult for the economic policymakers to take this into account? Also, the commentary on the whole housing bubble was a bit lacking. There was absolutely no discussion on how the system was rigged, or how the Federal Reserve was able to sell bonds at record levels with the "rent a thrifty" loans. It's a shame that this film could not be more enlightening. A big problem is the idea of the country's financial situation moving in a certain direction. By the time you get to the 2010 election, it's just too late to change the direction of the economy. This movie made it sound like everyone knew what was going to happen. For me, it would have been better if there was more discussion on the subject of the housing bubble, and how it could be manipulated. I'm not sure if this movie is going to win the academy award for best documentary. However, I have to admit that it is pretty good. If you're a student of economics, there is a lot of information in here. On the surface, The Big Short may not be the best film in the world. However, if you're into financial affairs, you're going to learn a lot here. I highly recommend this film.
Thursday, 24 Sep 2020 10:06

This movie is not only amazing and gives you insight into the many types of marriages and relationships, it also shows you how people who marry, sometimes, just like each other, sometimes, they don't. The documentary "Dream a Little Dream" opens and closes with the "last time I saw you" scene where Cate Blanchett and Bruce Willis play the same song and talk about how they met. Most of the scenes are very romantic and "funny". The next few scenes are more emotionally realistic and you see how people, once they find love, and more importantly, their "dreams", begin to go off and go to their "dreams". There is also a message of how only relationships can be successful for couples, that although you might not "get it", you can't stop trying. I can't get over how much I love this movie. It is for people who are in love and like to be in love, as well as people who want to get to know more about their loved ones, and learn from them. I have watched it about 5 times now, and will probably do so again. My favorite scenes are when Bruce Willis tells Cate Blanchett that he has thought about leaving her for years, but that his "dreams" is for her to be happy and fulfilled. I was also very impressed with Cate Blanchett's acceptance of the idea that love is not just for two people, but for their children and their entire family. She basically said that it isn't selfish to want to share love, as it is to give love. My only problem with the movie is that it seems to go on too long, but that is just my personal opinion. I highly recommend that you watch this movie, and learn more about the many types of relationships and love.
Friday, 07 Aug 2020 18:49

This movie is a film about the conflict between anti-Semitism and Judaism. It is an exercise in cinematic archaeology. Any reader of Steven Spielberg's films (E.T., Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Schindler's List, etc.) will be able to follow this analysis of the relationship between the Jew and the State of Israel. But to be truly engaging, it is necessary to see the film as a film about a specific situation and not just as an exercise in cinematic archaeology. Each film is different and has its own focus. The key is to see it as a film about a specific situation. The movie is organized as a "brief" history of Jewish history and institutions in Russia, Palestine, and the former Jewish states. It begins with the destruction of the Temple by the Romans. Throughout this, the film follows a group of refugees who migrate to a part of Russia not covered in the general history. It covers the first Jewish settlements and the Jerusalem rebellion. It includes accounts of the connection between the Roman Empire and Judaism. It shows how the Jews became involved in the politics of Russia and the monarchy of Tsar Peter I. The film also shows how the Jewish leadership, influenced by Jewish leaders in Palestine, came to realize that it could not control the self-proclaimed Jewish nation in Palestine. The first part of the film covers the period leading up to the War of Independence. The last portion shows the creation of Israel as a nation. The quality of the film makes this clear. The differences between the film and the historical record were evident at the academy awards. As a film, it was well directed, well researched, and well acted. As a historical documentary, it was also well directed and well researched. The movie is most enjoyable for those who already know the story of the Jews and the Russian Revolution. It is difficult to watch as an outsider, though the film does explain the sources of the political turmoil. But anyone familiar with the history of the Jews and the Russian Revolution will be able to follow this film and identify key scenes as well as understand the political history and perspective of the film. This film will not "look like history." It will "sound like history." For those who already know the story, they will be able to see how a single actor can make a great difference in the world. But for those who do not know the story, the music and visuals of the film will help capture the impact of the film.
Saturday, 01 Aug 2020 13:16

The funny thing about Bill Maher is that he can't quite figure out what he's saying. So when he says something like "Every one of us has a secret. Some secrets are terrible, like the one you are about to tell me about." You might think he's a little out of his element here, but his interviewees aren't exactly waxing moralists. They're not trying to say, "I've got a secret that I should reveal," they're just honest. That's the real strength of this film. It's not just a documentary about a topic, it's a documentary about people who have secrets, and their stories are very touching. There's a lot of humor in it. He has a wonderful conversational style, and it comes out in his interviews. I also think his jokes are so smart, so much of what he says is both insightful and funny. It's a comedy, not a documentary, but it's very funny. A lot of comedy isn't about smart jokes, it's about the human interaction and its affect on others. Bill Maher does that well. His interviewees are hilarious. One of the things I found really surprising was how many people said they didn't have a single negative comment about anything he said. There are a lot of people who have been blacklisted or who've been judged, or they have experienced racism in their lives, and they're not going to say anything negative about him. I was impressed with that. I didn't expect that, but it's not like it's something new. It's an interesting phenomenon. He also made the case that that the difference between an honest and an exaggerated conversation is the difference between being human and being a human. That's a fascinating point, and I really enjoyed that. The more he goes on, the more we learn about how his ideas developed. I was very surprised at how he came up with the concept of "HBO," and how that's not just his personal thought. It's the way he thinks about his life and his work. I think it's very funny, and I think it's a good documentary.
Saturday, 11 Jul 2020 04:03

I went to see this film for the first time at the Cannes film festival this year. I was so disappointed. I really liked 'A Perfect Murder', it's a great film and directed in my opinion the best on the subject. I went to the cinema with my girlfriend, and there was a question at the time where one of the questions would be: "If you had the chance to write a best-selling novel, what would it be?" I had written 'The Fly' the year before, and that was my answer to that question. I was really worried about this film, and I have to say I was very disappointed. I think it's the way it's filmed and the way it's edited, that it's so strange and weird, it really doesn't make any sense. I had hoped it would be more intense than the previous work, but it's pretty much the same as 'A Perfect Murder'. I'm really not a big fan of the same old 'a killer appears suddenly and kills a few people, then we discover that he's not a killer, then everyone thinks he's a killer, then he is killed by his son who is about to kill him' story, I think it's boring, the main character is boring, and the storyline is boring. I think the idea of the documentary on the crime seems good and all, but it's not written very well, it feels like I'm watching a video clip on TV of the murder, and the killer is just one man in the background, I didn't feel much drama or tension, it didn't give me a good feeling about the whole thing. The whole thing is pretty pointless, you'll want to watch the movie if you liked the first film, but you should avoid it like a plague. The best thing about 'A Perfect Murder' was the photography, I loved it, it was a beautiful piece of work, but I felt I was watching a video clip on TV of the murder. I can't really recommend this film, as the story is not interesting, the characters are boring, and the murder isn't scary or suspenseful. I do think it is one of the worst films of the year, there is no story, nothing happens for a long time, and when it does it's not interesting. Overall, this is a really bad film. It should be avoided, and if you want to see it, I can't really recommend it, and it is definitely the worst film of the year.
Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 01:13

I'm not sure where to start. If I were to give this a rating of 10, I would give it an even 9, but then I wouldn't have to put any money into this movie. It is an incredibly emotional film, but it is also extremely well-made. For the most part, the narrative is fairly simple, as the film is able to develop characters quickly and make them seem somewhat real. The film is based on a memoir of the son of the journalist who published the piece that got him fired. The writer is interviewed for the first time since the book came out, and he says that his own son is the same way. It is so important to show this because it means that a lot of people are not aware of the story, or that they have never heard of it. The film also shows the life of a high-ranking member of the Saudi royal family, who is extremely important to the kingdom. This is also the reason that the film is so important. This is an incredibly important story, and it has been completely ignored by the mainstream media. I was truly moved, but it is not for everyone. For me, the most impressive part was the interaction between the two main characters, who are shown to have great respect for each other. It was fascinating to watch how they came to a point of getting to know each other, and how they took such different paths to get to the point where they could work together. I really appreciated the slow, quiet approach that the film took, and the fact that it didn't play up the positive aspects of the film. There are plenty of negative aspects, but the focus of the film is on the negative aspects of the relationship, and they are not shown, so we don't get to know about the good things that the filmmakers show. This is a good thing. The good and bad of this relationship are not emphasized enough. I would also like to point out that the film also shows the slow, quiet approach to the journalists that is critical to the Saudi government's image. There are several points that the filmmakers bring up in the film that are just as important and are important to how the world views Saudi Arabia. I would recommend this film to anyone who has an interest in Saudi Arabia, but even if you don't, I think you should at least watch it because it is very important and it should be made available to as many people as possible.
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 03:39

This film is an indictment of the America of today. It is a summary of the rise of the New Media, and the American Dream. It tells of how the Internet has democratized our world. The narrator describes how a young man named Mark Zuckerberg was the epitome of "The Machine". The narrator is played by Kevin Spacey, and he was the "Wolf of Wall Street" as well as the "Watcher of Wall Street" as a teen. This was his story, and this is what he saw and experienced. He is no longer with us, and the viewer is left to make up his or her own mind about his ultimate fate. The documentary style does not provide the audience with the opportunity to understand his psychology. His fate is left up to the viewer. As a documentary, the movie is a masterpiece. As a portrait of the 21st century, it is a revelation. A great work of art. This is the kind of film that a film buff and documentary lover will find interesting. If you are a parent, it is a reminder of how the Internet has changed our lives and how the Internet has altered our lives. If you are a Christian, you will find that the message of this film is very relevant to you and your family. If you are an atheist, you will find the message of this film to be very relevant to you and your friends. If you are in between, you may find it to be more of an "anti-religious" movie. This is a very personal movie and I would recommend that you watch it with an open mind. I am not a movie critic, but I have to say that I liked it very much.

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