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Blink of an Eye

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.

Other Titles
In the Blink of an Eye: Destiny in Daytona, Michael Waltrip & Dale Earnhardt
Running Time
1 hours 28 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Paul Taublieb
Paul Taublieb
Darrell Waltrip, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Michael Waltrip, Richard Petty
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

An inside look at 2001's Daytona 500 featuring Michael Waltrip and Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Comments about documentary «Blink of an Eye» (23)

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I am a huge fan of Daniel Pearl and this documentary is an interesting look at his life and his struggle with schizophrenia. I have seen Pearl's autobiography "Life Is Beautiful" and this documentary has some interesting things to say about his work. The documentary does a good job at giving us a portrait of Pearl's work, but it's mostly interesting to hear his thoughts on it. This documentary is well worth seeing and I recommend it to anyone who has any interest in the subject.

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This documentary was very interesting. I was curious to know how many times the great star of "Starsky and Hutch" had the chance to do a film before they made it, and I was surprised at how many times they made a new movie. You would think that the first time they tried to do a film, it would be a disaster, but apparently they had some good luck. I will give the filmmakers credit for not being afraid to experiment with a new concept and this movie was definitely not one of the most successful movies of all time. However, this movie is worth watching, it gives you a good idea of what a "normal" movie is like. I would say that if you like David Cassidy, you will like this movie.

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Justin S.

If you're the sort of person that wants to see movies that are true to life, that don't try to manipulate you into liking or not liking certain films, this one's for you. Unfortunately, it's not so. The film features interviews with such high profile directors as George Lucas, Stanley Kubrick, Quentin Tarantino, and Quentin Tarantino's own friend, Tim Burton. The interviewees are all interesting and interesting to hear about their film-making process, and how they feel about it. However, there are some things I didn't like about this movie. First of all, the cinematography and editing is very dark and gloomy. The film uses the dark lighting in such a way that it makes the film look almost completely black and white. It makes it hard to distinguish between what's happening and what's not happening. It also makes it hard to know where the shots are supposed to be from, and where they are supposed to be on the screen. The editing is also rather choppy. Sometimes you'll be wondering why the hell the editing is happening. The editing is also not smooth and logical, and sometimes it seems that the camera man isn't sure if he wants to go somewhere or not. Also, the editing is very choppy and a lot of the times you'll be wondering why the hell the camera man is doing what he's doing. I also didn't like the lack of a script in the movie. There isn't one. I didn't find one single piece of writing in the movie. And I don't mean that as a criticism. I mean that there isn't a single plot, or a single plot point, or even a single thought that's presented in the movie. The movie just is, and it's all done by the director, who doesn't even try to convince the audience that it's supposed to be anything other than what it is. The only thing that I like about the movie is the cinematography. It's very well done. However, I did find the editing to be choppy and messy. This film would have been better with a better script and a better cinematography. It's not a horrible film, but it's not great either. This film is probably best to watch if you're looking for a documentary-style look at the making of a film. Otherwise, I'd recommend watching the director's own movie instead. I'm not sure if it's really better, but I think it's much better. I rate this film 7/10.

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Judy Smith

I watched this on DVD at my local video store. I had not seen the movie in a while so I decided to see it again. It was an interesting look at what happened in the 90's and the current state of the film industry. I enjoyed the insights into the careers of the women that played in this film and some of the directors. I think the only thing that bothered me was that I never really got a chance to see any of the behind-the-scenes stuff. I think that the trailer had a lot more to offer than what was shown in the movie. The movie itself is really good. The whole thing is just a story of some women that got involved in the film industry in the 90's. The story is very interesting and I like that it is well-written and filmed. The last time I saw it was on TV and it was really moving.

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Peter W.

In a town of just over 7,000 people, a woman, the mother of a five year old boy named Max, and the daughter of the mayor, are out to make a point about a dangerous drug. They want to educate the townspeople on the dangers of the drug, and how they have helped to create the problems that they are now addressing. The women are successful in their mission, but at the same time they have a lot of problems. For example, the mother is getting ready to go to a wedding when she has an accident with a tractor, and the daughter has to come to the funeral of the man who accidentally killed her. The townspeople don't want to be educated, and are going to ignore the story that they are now going to hear. The story is about a heroin addict, and how this is affecting the lives of everyone who has ever had a friend, or a family member addicted to the drug. The main story of the film is the failure of the townspeople to get involved in a solution that they have created themselves. I really like the director, and I think that he has a lot of good ideas in the film. He's just not successful at getting the story to the people who need it. The thing I like the most is that the women are very outspoken, and their story is well done. In my opinion, this film is very interesting and worth seeing. I recommend this film to people who are interested in the subject of drug addiction. I think that it's a very interesting film about the people who have a problem with addiction.

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Martha K.

The case of the missing children is a little bit of a modern day Dickensian story. The vast majority of the children were able to tell their story, and the parents were simply swept aside. When I first heard about the case I did not want to believe it, but the more I heard about it, the more convinced I became. It is extremely difficult to believe that this kind of thing can happen in our society, and when you see a photograph of one of the children, you can't help but feel compassion and wonder for the situation that these kids have to live in. I just want to thank the family for taking the time out to put this movie together, and hope that we will someday have a world where we can be as compassionate and respectful to each other as we are to these children. I feel as though all of us could do a lot to help these kids, and as I type this, I feel like I want to go out and help those children. Thank you for this movie.

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Jean Castro

In the movie The "Blink of an Eye" (2013) the title was changed from "The Waking Life" to "The Sleepwalker" for the sake of the title. The movie was a remake of a German movie "The Waking Life" with the same title. I don't know if this is true or not, but I think that it is a good movie. It is a really good movie and I am sure that I will watch it again.

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Denise Hill

Watched this on the first day of the Sundance Film Festival. I had read some of the other comments and thought I would see it. It is a good documentary, but I think the best part is the interviewees. It was nice to see a wide range of perspectives on this very important topic. I liked the interviews with Sondra Locke, Greta Gerwig, and a number of other directors and writers. I thought some of the interviews were very revealing, and I felt like they showed what the real film-makers thought of this subject matter. Overall, I think it was a good documentary, but I was expecting a bit more from it. I am looking forward to watching it again, hopefully with a better sense of where the interviews were coming from. It was very inspiring to hear from the people who were making the films, and I hope I see a lot more of these interviews in the future. The people in the audience I saw it with were very interesting and insightful. I would have loved to have heard more from the people making the films. Overall, I recommend this film to anyone who wants to know what people think about the film-makers and how they see their work. It's definitely worth watching.

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Terry Miller

I saw this film at a local theatre and was impressed by it. The story was unique, the cinematography was beautiful and the music was wonderful. I found myself drawn in and wanting to see more. The production design was excellent, and the cast was brilliant. I have recommended this film to friends, and have been amazed by the many positive reviews it has received. I have to say, I wasn't so sure what to expect, as I have never been a fan of Julia Roberts, but I must say that she did a good job of acting. I can't wait to see more of her. This film is definitely a must see!

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Wow. This documentary was incredible. From the moment the documentary began, I felt my whole body tense up. I've been watching documentaries for years and I'm always a little scared before a film because I'm not sure what to expect, but I found the doc to be absolutely amazing. It truly felt like I was watching a real documentary. My favorite part was when they showed pictures of some of the war crimes. And also when they showed a real interview with a survivor of Auschwitz. The documentary is incredibly thought provoking and really gets to the point. It doesn't go into details about how the Nazis did what they did, but it does give you an idea of what the victims had to go through, and the way in which they survived. It really did a fantastic job of showing the horrors of the Holocaust and how it affected so many people around the world. Definitely recommend watching this documentary.

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Dennis G.

This is an excellent documentary that really shines when it comes to depicting the rise and fall of modern British music scene in the mid-seventies. The majority of the film is not devoted to the music, and it is mostly a biographical account of the rise and fall of the "Hood" (The Beatles), and their relationship with the British scene. However, it is quite fascinating to see the modern-day musicians involved in this film, and their reactions to the Beatles' rise and fall. However, this film is definitely not a "Must See" for Beatles fans, and for most people who grew up with the Beatles, it is not particularly entertaining.

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Timothy W.

I think that the movie is so profound and inspiring that you can't help but feel bad for the animal that was killed. It was just too hard to watch. But I can't help but feel sorry for the owners of the cats and dogs who lost their pets. I really hope that the movie will be made a reality. If not, I will be sure to share this movie with my friends.

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James B.

The movie focuses on the psychological impact of the death of the father and the effect of his suicide on the children. It also provides an insight into the attitudes and beliefs of the children towards their father. The two boys show a lot of frustration, sadness, and anger. They don't seem to have any sympathy for their father, and they seem to blame everyone else for his death. The film is very disturbing and graphic, but it does bring out some very emotional and raw feelings. The director did an excellent job of capturing the emotions of the children and making the film a very effective documentary.

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One of the most powerful and powerful documentaries I have ever seen. Absolutely in awe of what the movie portrays. You really feel as if you are right there in the middle of it, and if you don't like what you see, that's fine, but don't make excuses. Just stay with the movie and you will see. For those who have not seen it, go and see it, you won't be disappointed.

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Rose Russell

This film is a must see for any student of the social and economic aspects of the twentieth century. The film documents the dismantling of New York City's social and economic infrastructure by the government. The film shows the extent to which the American system has been based on a support system that relies on the needs of the middle class and the poor, while it offers no support to those in the middle. It is a documentary that should be shown in every high school and college. It will help to shape the way that students think about the social and economic issues of the twenty-first century. In the final analysis, the film should be used to challenge students to think critically about the social and economic problems that the future of the country will face. We live in a time of change, and this film is a great tool for the thinking of our youth.

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Michelle K.

This is the first film i have ever seen that i have actually walked out of after it ended, i didn't like it that much but at the end it was just me and my daughter with tears in our eyes because we are from Ghana and we knew how people feel like that. this is so amazing and the film itself is just amazing and i will definitely watch it again and again. i also want to say that this is one of the best films i have ever seen. i think it is better than Arrival and that is a huge achievement for any film. i have to say though that this film is just very personal to me and i can say that because my family is from Ghana. I would recommend this film to anyone and everyone i know who has a friend who is from Ghana and they will definitely like it. i hope this review is helpful.

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Cheryl S.

For the first time ever, a full-length documentary is being made about the popular film-making process. The film is titled "Blink of an Eye" and was made by a group of independent film-makers who are not affiliated with Hollywood. The filmmakers were able to turn their passion for making films and documenting the process into a reality show that will air on PBS. In the documentary, the directors share the ups and downs of the process, and show clips of some of the biggest movies ever made. The documentary is fairly entertaining, and there are some interesting anecdotes that were unique to this particular film. The movie also shows some of the more obscure and hard-to-find movies that you would not see in the movie store. I did like the idea that they used the 100 Greatest Movie Scenes to show some of the best scenes, but I think it was also a bit predictable. Overall, I thought the documentary was an interesting look at the process and was somewhat entertaining. I would recommend the documentary to fans of the film-making process.

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David Olson

Watching "Chasing the Dragon" as a viewer with a limited knowledge of Japanese culture, I was not prepared for the power of the documentary. A few images, in particular the art-nouveau colors used in the black and white scenes, and the way the story is narrated, remind me of the photos that my friend, the director, took during his time in Japan. These photos, and the personal stories of the people who gave them to him, made me feel like I was really there. For me, the most profound thing was the contrast between the life of a small island town in Japan and the life of a well-to-do Japanese family. One has the luxury of seeing how the residents of the small island city compare to the wealthier ones in the city. Another way that was most powerfully shown was the differences in culture between the two cultures. One of the most fascinating aspects of the film was the contrast between the things that one would expect to find in a small Japanese town, and the things that one would not expect to find in a small Japanese city. In the end, "Chasing the Dragon" is a powerful film that deserves to be seen by anyone with an interest in the history of Japanese culture.

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Daniel J.

I really liked this film. The most remarkable aspect of it is that there is no fantasy involved. I was watching the DVD with subtitles, and I had no idea what I was watching until the end. The narration is very descriptive and simple, and at the same time it is really interesting and takes you on a journey. You feel like you are there with the couple and all the issues that were important to them. The issue of how to treat your parent(s) was especially touching. My favorite scene was when the couple was discussing whether or not they should give their daughter her period. I know that many people who know their parents, have a strong attachment to them. This film shows how that attachment is often a major driving force for the future, as opposed to having someone else tell you how to raise your child. This film is very enlightening and it should be on everyone's shelf. It will inspire and educate many people. My rating is a 10/10.

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Nicole Davidson

Tis a bit late for me to write a comment on this film, but I am doing it now. The feeling I got watching this film was nothing short of euphoria. This film was everything I expected it to be, and more. I was stunned by the clarity of the communication between the characters, and by the fantastic music. I truly felt as if I were there with them, in the company of the people who were in charge of the making of this film. The way the characters told the story was very refreshing and original, and I found it hard to believe that it was made by two college students who had no real experience with film. I had the impression that they had worked on the story and characters for months, and the result was amazing. I was very pleased with the portrayal of the characters, and very touched by the actors' performances. The music was amazing, and I can see why it was chosen for the Oscar. I am very interested to see what the Academy Awards committee will choose. This is the best film of the year, and I have no idea who will win. But if it wins, it will be my only disappointment of the year. I cannot wait for the DVD release.

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The movie is a fantastic documentary on the life of Sam Raimi and one of the best ever movies. Every person who has seen this film will have an insight and a feeling of wanting to go back to the days of Sam Raimi's films. It's an incredible story of a man who wanted to be a director but never made it and a man who has been so influential on the film industry that it's almost impossible to imagine a world without him. I have always been a fan of the company he founded, and this film proves it. The fact that it's only two hours long makes it more exciting, and the fact that it's a true story shows that this is a great example of documentary. I never thought I would see this kind of thing in the movie industry. I was never a big fan of horror, but I'm glad I watched this film because it gave me a sense of hope for the future of horror and I hope that the movie industry is a better place for all people.

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Joyce C.

If you're a new fan of punk, this is the best documentary ever. Everyone should see it, especially people who don't like punk. I'm in a band, and I really like it. We do have our arguments. But this is the best documentary I have ever seen.

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Virginia P.

A very good documentary about how sex addiction is so misunderstood by the public. It's worth seeing because it raises important questions that are important to people. It's worth seeing because it makes you think about your own life and what you're doing to get through life. This documentary is very much about the benefits of staying faithful to someone. It also makes you think about the negative consequences of compulsive sex. In addition, it makes you think about the benefits of monogamy and keeping your wife happy. All in all, this is a must see for everyone.