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63 Up

63 Up is a TV movie starring Nicholas Hitchon, Tony Walker, and John Brisby. Director Michael Apted revisits the same group of British-born adults after a 7 year wait. The subjects are interviewed as to the changes that have...

Running Time
2 hours 25 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Michael Apted
Actors
Bruce Balden, Nicholas Hitchon, Tony Walker, John Brisby
Country
UK
Year
2019
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Director Michael Apted revisits the same group of British-born adults after a 7 year wait. The subjects are interviewed as to the changes that have occurred in their lives during the last seven years.

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Thomas

As a huge fan of historical docudrama, I am always looking for new movies, new stories, new films and while I can't say it is my favorite genre of films, Up is a stunning work of film. It is about the important, historical and groundbreaking story of the Tuskegee Airmen. It is the story of a group of young men in the Civil Air Patrol who were the first, who went to Tuskegee Airman's College in Alabama during the early 50's, then went to live in West Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi and Mississippi and where they became famous for their 'black hearts' and for their pioneering acts. But it is also a story of the nation and of racism. The story of the Tuskegee Airmen and their experiences and the stories of the people who didn't have any racial prejudices in the society, but who were discriminated against because of their skin color. The movie is a "must see" because of its incredible diversity of voices and because of its inspiring story. It is one of the most influential movies that we have ever had. The wonderful thing about the movie is that it is not only about the Tuskegee Airmen. It is about the importance of racial equality and is about the importance of a black boy who is considered a "third generation" of his ancestors. If I could summarize the movie in one word it would be: STRANGE. The movie is strange because of its unconventional style. It is a period piece and is not to be taken seriously because it is just a movie that tells the story. It's about the heroes, about their struggles, about their achievements and about the struggle of the United States to establish race equality in this country. I highly recommend the movie because I feel it is a story about the past and the struggle of the United States to build race equality.

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Gary

This is one of the first things that comes to mind when you consider documentaries. If you are a fan of documentaries, then you'll enjoy this film. The first hour or so are a really good bit of entertainment. Unfortunately, it is really the last 40 minutes that kill it. A lot of the revelations and explanations are really poor and do not add up. For instance, many of the theories that are presented in this film are completely nonsensical. This is a problem, because if you can't think for yourself, then you're probably not going to be able to tell when a conspiracy theory is a real conspiracy theory. Of course, you could argue that the theory presented in this film is logically the one that is going to come out in the end. Still, it would be more enjoyable if it did. This film, and all of the subsequent documentaries that are based on it, are good to watch, but don't expect much of anything to come out of it. There is really nothing here that you haven't seen before. A great deal of people have claimed that the conspiracy theory presented in this film is the one that is going to come out in the end, but that doesn't make it any less true.

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Albert A.

I went to this screening with no expectations, just to see some music. And I was surprised. I thought the film would be simply showing what musicians do and that was the core of the film. But what I saw was a compilation of some of the musicians who made it big and some that didn't. In one of the interviews there was a musician who said that "there is no place for music in our society" and it is a message that is taken to heart. There are two things I was really amazed by. The first one is how musicians deal with being in their 80s and 90s. In my opinion, it is a time for break ups, not trying to make it even better. People need to just be alive. The second thing was that the film is about relationships and there are so many that are not shown in the film. I don't know if I would want to write a book or film on the subject of friendships but I think that they are something that everyone should know about. This is an interesting film and a very good choice of music to support this film.

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Elizabeth W.

Up is an interesting story about an English Civil War that lasted from 1745 to 1758. It starts with the Battle of Fredericksburg and ends with the Battle of Chancellorsville. In a very important moment, the Confederate general Robert E. Lee made an impulsive decision and decided to withdraw from the battle. The consequences of this decision are reflected in this film. The soldiers of both sides were greatly upset by this decision, which affected their morale. The director gives a lot of focus on the inner-workings of the American Revolution, which were not as coherent as you would expect. The rebel soldiers were much more corrupt and far-sighted than the British soldiers, who were more loyal to their king and country. Also, the British had a larger military establishment, and much more efficient weapons, making their soldiers far superior. The British army was equipped with an enormous number of cannon, so they were the masters of the battlefield. But the Americans are the ones who could shoot the cannons out of the sky. Despite all these considerations, the movie still made some very interesting statements. I liked the way it showed the American way of thinking, which is the opposite of British thinking. The British were more practical and efficient, while the Americans were idealistic and had a tendency to go with their emotions. This is one of the main points that the movie is trying to say. But, unfortunately, some of the messages are wrong. I don't know if the director wanted to say something about the American Revolution, but instead, he said that the American people were perfect. Because they had developed the history and laws that were made during the Revolution, they were the perfect citizens and, consequently, the perfect nation. They would always do the right thing, no matter what was the cost. This is an important fact, but the way it is expressed in the film is incorrect. The Americans never did the right thing, because they were used to do the right thing. I really like how the director emphasized the moral of the American Revolution, and he never tried to show how everyone could be killed for the sake of independence. I think this was a mistake in the movie.

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Dorothy T.

There are so many things wrong with this documentary. Firstly the director and producer put a whole lot of effort into the first 20 minutes. When they cut it to 30 minutes it felt like they were only making a documentary to see what it's like to live in the village in Albania. Then they get all the great music from Albania, from rock to electronic music. It was boring and boring. I didn't get any background on why they choose Albania as the village. And I didn't get why they put music from Albania in the documentary. It was really confusing. Then they didn't show the personal life of anyone in the village. There was one song, but it was about the band and their album. It didn't really get me. When they put Albanian life and culture into a documentary they should show it from a different angle. The problem with this documentary is that it shows too much Albania. In the beginning I was like wow that's so beautiful and charming. But it wasn't. They show the beautiful village and the hot rivers, but it's all about Albania. And it's not. I don't see the point of having music from Albania in a documentary. It's like they didn't even know that Albania has such a music scene. It's like they just thought it was Albania and forgot about Albania. But then when they talk about Albania they talk about the bands and their albums, and that's boring. The whole documentary is too long. The director should've cut the documentary to 30 minutes, because it was boring and boring.

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Julia Simmons

Truly surprised by the score of this documentary. The film is really an eye opener into the life of an ex-boyfriend. He talks about the trials and tribulations of his career as an actor and also details his relationship with Anjelica Huston. While he discusses his struggles and disappointments, the film offers the viewer the chance to learn about the evolution of the directorial career of Forrest J. Ackerman and the impact of his life on his work. Ackerman was a director who came from a period when film was a great medium for entertainment. During this period, he worked with both the avant-garde and Hollywood, and his movies are typically full of symbolism and stylization. The plot of the film deals with Ackerman's work on "Midnight Express" and "High Anxiety", two masterful movies that are considered amongst his best work. The film is divided into three parts. Part I covers his days as an actor, the struggles that he faced as a director, and the trials and tribulations of his career. Part II consists of interviews with the actors and director himself, while part III is a long look into the psychology of Ackerman. While part III is the weakest part of the film, it is the best part. While it doesn't cover all the difficulties that he had working with the actors, it does give a good insight into the creative process. Part III really emphasizes the point that the director's job is to be creative, but the director is also responsible for the actors. Part III also features some really great sound effects and music, that only add to the enjoyment of the film. The only negative about the film is the ending, which is very abrupt. While I understand that it was a filmmaker's dream, it was still a very abrupt ending, which took away from the emotional depth of the film.

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Philip Mitchell

I saw this movie at the film festival last year and it was a great movie and a real eye opener. I will not go into any details as I would spoil it. The movie tells the story of a man who made a deal with the devil for his soul and lived a life of sin. But in order to become whole he had to go through the purgatory. He found out he was a man of God and he knew he would be spared. He saw the darkness that was in his soul and made the decision to go through the purgatory. I would recommend this movie to anyone. The movie was very moving and the people in the movie were great. The people in the movie were great. I thought it was an excellent movie and would recommend it to anyone.

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Kimberly

After watching up I must say I have lost a lot of respect for the movie industry. Movies like this are meant to be appreciated for what they are and not for what they are. I loved the movie and I'm not even a fan of Derek Luke, he does a great job in the movie. But if there was one thing I would have done differently I would have liked to have seen a little more of the inside of the movie. I felt like I was missing out on a lot of the movie because I wanted to see what happened in the middle. And that was my main complaint with the movie. If you're looking for a good movie and you like to learn something I suggest you watch this movie.

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Jonathan

I have seen this documentary many times and it is always a treat to see the passion that many people have for the history of the company. This documentary shows how a young CEO (Danny Rifkin) went from a promising new employee to a hero. His passion is evident throughout the film, which I think is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. The documentary is full of facts and figures that can be viewed by anyone who has an interest in the company. I also enjoyed the part that shows how the new company tried to rebrand itself in an attempt to attract new customers. A brilliant documentary!

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Grace

I loved this movie, it is a masterpiece. I was not expecting it to be that good, but I thought it would be an entertaining movie, but it is far beyond that. It is an emotional story, and a movie that you can watch over and over again. I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the human race, and is willing to think about their actions. I am not religious, but this movie was very emotional, and even though I do not believe in any of the gods of the world, I was moved by it. It is a movie that will leave you with a very positive feeling. If you do not like movies that have a moral, or if you do not like a movie that has a moral, then do not watch this movie, because it is very sad, but it is an excellent movie, and I am very happy that I was able to watch it.

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Teresa

Up was a pretty good documentary. The story is pretty good, but the timeline is a little off. The most notable thing about the documentary is that it is really fun. We get to hear the "rehearsals" of the band and we see a great overview of the band in it's infancy. It does a good job of showing the process of making a record and it's production. The documentary also goes into the story of where the band started and it's popularity. It is a good documentary and worth watching.

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Helen

I thought the movie was great, it was very informative and funny. The only thing that I would have changed is the ending, it was a little rushed. But I think it's one of the best documentaries I've ever seen, and it's definitely worth watching.

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Joseph Fields

After an eight year hiatus, I'm back to write this review and I have to say I was quite surprised to see that this documentary is now available on Netflix. It's a documentary that not only exposes the rampant corruption and criminal activity in the food industry but it also shines a light on some of the more powerful corporations that are involved in this entire system. For me, it's a very uplifting story. This documentary exposes a company called KFC and its CEO and what they do to their employees in order to maintain the profit of the company. It's really a sad thing to watch and I think it's a huge problem in the food industry. The documentary does a great job of showing you how these companies have been able to buy their way into government offices, like the USDA and FDA and get exemptions for their products. It's a really disturbing story that's very clear in its depiction of how these companies are able to get away with all of the fraud and corruption. There are some very disturbing scenes in the film and some of the most powerful scenes are those of employees that have lost their jobs because of the corruption. It's a very powerful film and it's a must see for anyone interested in food, the food industry, or the food industry. It's a very disturbing story and it's a very powerful film. It's a great documentary and I think anyone who's interested in the food industry will want to see this film.

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Elizabeth

This is a good documentary about the idea of free will and how we are all free in our choices, just like the passengers on the plane that are flying over Europe. It shows the conflict between the two ideas, one that we are all free and the other that we are not. The narrator explains the two ideas, the benefits and drawbacks of each. The movie then goes on to show the decisions and consequences of the decisions that are made, that are presented as if they are made by the passengers of the plane. The two ideas are then compared, as if they are the same thing. It is also interesting to see how different people interpret the same question, the same issue, and the same questions, and to see how different people think about these issues. The movie is really well done, and it is a great documentary about a great subject. It also has some really interesting interviews with the people involved in the project, and it is very informative.

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Catherine V.

In a recent piece for the Wall Street Journal, journalist and documentary maker Peter Bergen criticized the state of the world's forests. He cited the "worst year in the history of global forest loss" as the impetus for his decision to make his film. As it happens, he was correct. The planet is losing an unprecedented amount of forests and the world's forests are beginning to resemble the fictional forests of Douglas Adams' book "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" and the movie "The Day the Earth Stood Still." The film "Up" chronicles the story of a forest ranger in northern New Mexico who works to save an endangered forest from destruction by a logging company. The film is not a "drama" as the media and the film critic would have you believe, but is a powerful indictment of the environmental crisis in the world. The film's director, Julian Schnabel, has made a career out of telling the story of people and the environmental crisis. The story of "Up" is based on the life of Tim Collins, an environmentalist and forest ranger who was once a good friend and then a bitter enemy. The film's conclusion is that we have lost control of our environment and that it is up to us to protect it. This is a powerful message that the world needs to hear. "Up" is not an action film that will appeal to the average person. It is an indictment of the current environmental crisis that needs to be heard by all.

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Lisa G.

This film is very emotional. It is the only documentary that I have ever seen that is truly a documentary. It is so powerful that I was almost in tears throughout the entire film. The plot is simple, but the truth is that it is extremely emotional. The cast is incredible. There are no actors in this film. It is all on the actual residents of a small town in the country of Norway. I have seen the film about 3 times and each time I am moved by it. It is a beautiful film and I recommend it to everyone.

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Roy

This documentary follows the life of Frank Lampard during his playing for England in the World Cup of 1990. Lampard makes the decision to leave the game after England lost in the final, and later in the same year, made a similar decision to leave football. He is successful and happy with his decision, but there is a quiet sadness in his voice as he discusses his life after football. Lampard also admits that he is depressed. The documentary is divided into four different parts, the first is a brief look at the 1990 World Cup, followed by interviews with both Lampard and his wife, the second is a look at his personal life, followed by some footage of the most famous football games in England, and the third part of the documentary is a look at his professional career, the greatest game of his career, England's 2-1 win over Germany in the 1994 World Cup final. The documentary has a very well made and very moving style, and it never gets boring. It follows Lampard and his wife's life, and even features a few comments from the players themselves.

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Juan L.

Myself, I was surprised to hear that the city of San Francisco did not have a monument dedicated to honor the victims of the terrorists who attacked us on September 11, 2001. The US government would not honor our own heroes with an actual monument in the United States, and we as Americans do not honor our own heroes with memorials to their memory. It is amazing that even after so many years, the city of San Francisco has not built a monument to honor the victims of 9/11. It would be a great honor to honor these young men and women and their families, and of course the many victims of 9/11 who have not been remembered as much as they should be. While in the film, the historical information about 9/11 is presented in a very unbiased way, the movie has some very controversial aspects that I felt made the movie very hard to watch at times. First, the way they present certain aspects of the attacks in a very biased way. First of all, the way they portray the attacks themselves. It's very interesting how they portray how the attackers used what they called "cell phones" in their attacks. Many people have complained about how this is a biased way of presenting the events. This is completely unnecessary, and it is just as hard to watch as it is to believe that a cell phone could be used by an alleged terrorist. Now I realize it is not the way the terrorists actually did it, but this was just ridiculous. These people had time to plan the attacks, time to train, time to construct the vehicles that they used. These are the facts and not the way the terrorists actually did it. The second aspect of the attacks is presented in an extremely biased way. It is very hard to believe that the cell phone towers were used by a cell phone company. Not only that, but the attack was recorded on video. That makes the terrorists look like normal people who were just doing a hobby and using their cell phones. There was no surveillance, no airplane or helicopter shots, and no video cameras were used to record the attack. All the video evidence is from cell phones, and not from any other type of camera. There is absolutely no way that these attackers could have gotten to the towers with their cell phones, and it's not likely that they would have gotten away with it. Then there are the myths and misconceptions about the real terrorists. While it is clear that the "nine" were in fact not terrorists, this fact still does not change the fact that they were not terrorists. These people were not just doing a hobby, and this fact still does not change the fact that these men were not terrorists. Then there is the depiction of how these men went into the country illegally. They were arrested and arrested a second time because they are not citizens. They were able to go to a consulate, and it was at this consulate that they were able to obtain legal status and work. This does not mean that they were

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Sara D.

I've been hearing so much about this film. After seeing the film, I was very disappointed. I feel like I have wasted my time and money. I would have rather watched a documentary. It was really slow. I also thought it was a little too long. I thought the movie was about the relationship between the brothers and the rest of the world. I would have preferred the documentary to be about the brothers and the world in general. This is not a great film, it is an okay film. I would recommend that you not watch it, but if you decide to watch it, I think you'll be disappointed. The brothers are just not that interesting. The director's tried to make a documentary, but the documentary was boring. The film was slow, the characters weren't that interesting, the director tried to make a documentary but the documentary was boring. I would recommend that you don't watch it. It was slow, boring, and it wasn't worth it.

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Anna W.

I have never seen a documentary so touching and powerful. This documentary tells the story of one of the most influential men in our history, Abraham Lincoln. It is a true story of a man who was dedicated to his country and to the people who made it. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the man who fought for his country. This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen and it will be remembered as such.