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Everybody's Everything

Everybody's Everything is a movie starring Rob Cavallo, Ghostemane, and Horse Head. A look at the life of genre-blending artist and style icon Li'l Peep.

Other Titles
Lil Peep: Everybody's Everything, Everybody's Everything: Lil Peep
Running Time
1 hours 56 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Sebastian Jones, Ramez Silyan
Ilovemakonnen, Ghostemane, Rob Cavallo, Horse Head
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A look at the life of genre-blending artist and style icon Li'l Peep.

Comments about documentary «Everybody's Everything» (13)

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Lawrence Wells

I thought this was a good documentary, except for the later part of the movie where the interviewer is interviewing George Bush. There was no need for Bush to be interviewed. He is a very active, witty and entertaining personality. It was a great interview for him to share with the interviewer. It's not the interviews with the president that are the real problem. It's the editing. It's not as interesting as some of the more recent documentaries. That's just the first movie.

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Helen G.

The movie is full of inspiring quotes. I watched this on the airplane. It reminded me of all the pain and suffering people go through every day, but I also saw a ray of hope. I saw the opportunities people had for improvement and how some people can learn from others. This movie gives hope and motivation to every one.

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Katherine M.

The movie is pretty much about the time period in the 60s and the 60s right up to the 80s. It's a look at what happened in those years and how it affected the youth of the country. The whole thing is a pretty fascinating look into the '60s. Not that it's especially new but it does feel a bit like '10 Things I Hate About You' with the subject matter. The characters are all very interesting to watch. I can't wait to see what the producers do with the material.

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Edward C.

Nowadays, filmmakers seem to be loathe to do documentaries. We've had tons of them made with little to no effort on the part of the filmmakers to bring out a documentary like this. The BBC just ran a documentary on the movie scene in Berlin back in 1982 and it's a beautiful thing to see. But this documentary is more than that. It is a beautiful and powerful work of art. It is based on a book by Ted Gregory, who became the only person to ever win an Oscar for writing a documentary. You may have heard of Ted Gregory and his book. It's a collection of twelve stories about a famous movie star. All twelve stories are based on true events. They were all written by Ted Gregory. It was the best book I've ever read and it was made into a documentary. A lot of people don't get this and say that Ted Gregory was a hack for doing a book on the subject. Well, I do understand that he wrote the book to get his own life back on track after his book "Where Have All the People Gone?" was turned down. So he wanted to tell his own story about how he got started and how he made his career. This documentary is amazing. It is so powerful. It has been around for forty years and has not been seen by the public. And, it is such a powerful documentary. It is like watching a documentary on the topic of a story that was true. It is one of the most important documentaries in history. A documentary like this is hard to find and I have never heard of it until now. Ted Gregory died in 1994 and his life and career is amazing. It is a brilliant documentary about a famous film star. But it is also about the rise and fall of the independent film industry and that is a powerful subject. This documentary should not be missed. It's really powerful. I am not going to ruin it for you. Go see it. You won't be disappointed.

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I knew that Robert Redford and Mel Gibson were in this film, but when I first watched it I was somewhat disappointed in what I saw. As the film progressed, I found myself deeply moved by it. I had no idea that a film had been made about this subject. I was able to get a very clear picture of the power and weight that is being asked from the people of these islands to make their voices heard. I found that the documentary was very clear about what it was that was going on, but also very open to interpretation. I can only assume that the people involved in this project were very clear in their beliefs and their goals. This film certainly answers a lot of questions that have been put to the public regarding the natives of these islands. The film is very well done and well worth watching.

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If you love family, you should see this film. This film does not merely tell a story, it's a true story. You may find the story hard to believe, but it's true. The real life of the people involved with the creation of this documentary will make you think about the roots of this nation. We are a nation of heroes. This documentary is just an inspiration to see the role that this documentary played in our nation's history. Great film, great story, great film. This film is a true testament to a nation that not only helped America in her time of need but also helped others in our time.

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Heather S.

I saw this film at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and thought it was incredibly well made. As a director and a history buff I was very interested in what made this film happen. My expectations were high and the film was a success. I also have to say that I was happy with the story and the way it was told. For example, it is very interesting to see how the court system and the judges are made up. They all have similar names and seem to have the same background. There is no way that there could be two different judges for the same case. I also enjoyed the film's telling of how the early history of the United States was not fully explained. I found this a very good aspect of the film. It is also interesting to learn that some historians may not be as knowledgeable on the history of the country as others. They are often very fascinated by a particular time or event, but they can't seem to put their finger on exactly what was happening. So, this film is very interesting to see the way history is told and how it is also treated.

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Emily Burke

If you are in a position to understand and appreciate what it is like to live in a city like Detroit, and the difficulties faced by those who live there, then you should really watch this film. The film was made by the late journalist and author Roger Levesque, who also served as a contributor to the film, and was himself a Detroit resident for many years. He wrote and produced this documentary about life in the Motor City. You will hear many opinions from people that lived in Detroit and other cities, but this is just the tip of the iceberg. The film doesn't paint a positive picture of Detroit, but it shows the more complex story of the people of this city. Even when one hears the fact that the streets are lined with crime and the safety of children is compromised by gangs, they are still just kids. And one cannot help but be impressed by the toughness of these people. They seem to have made it in this world without breaking and have lived in the shadows of a crime ridden world. The documentary does not paint a picture of Detroit as a bad place, but one of a city that is sometimes trying to escape its past, and has to make it work on the other side. The story, the film, and the film's graphics are all very good, and it is great to see a story told from the perspective of those who live there. The documentary is very well made, and worth watching. You'll feel a little embarrassed for the people who live there, and think about what you would have done differently in their situation. For those who live in a city like Detroit, you may also feel as embarrassed, as you think about what you would have done differently. One thing that is sometimes overlooked in this film is that the police force in Detroit is woefully underfunded. Many people say that they just don't want to listen to the police and just let them take care of things, but in reality the police are responsible for the majority of homicides and robberies in Detroit. When you hear about violence, you immediately think about those who are committing these crimes, but when you hear that the police force in Detroit is woefully underfunded, it makes you question whether they can really do a good job of taking care of the city. One would think that the film makers would try to get a little more funding for the police department, but the money isn't there to keep up with the high crime rates in Detroit. This is a very good film, and I highly recommend it. The film is mostly done in one camera, but at times it can get confusing, and it is hard to keep up with the information, but it does get you thinking about the city of Detroit.

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The beginning of the documentary is the greatest part of the entire documentary. The documentary starts with an interview with the actual father of the video, who clearly feels this movie is very disrespectful to him. The documentary begins showing the various problems the man has had with the video and how he tried to stop the man from distributing the video. The man really put a lot of work and thought into making this documentary. He actually got a lot of help from the woman who made the video, even though she has no actual actual experience in making a video. The woman actually had a camera in her house to do a lot of filming. She actually says she tried to get the video out and a lot of other problems that have come from this man's video. I really like the documentary because it shows the work that the man did, but how his video caused all these problems. It shows the problems that the man has been trying to fix, but in the end they come out. Even though this man was trying to make a movie about the problems, he could never do it because it was only ever going to be a documentary. It shows that even though this man put a lot of work into the movie, it didn't always show. Even though this man tried to make a movie about the problems, it didn't always show.

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Amy Kennedy

i was not aware of the extent of this tragedy until my 7 year old daughter told me about it. The strength of this film is its inability to generate either pity or anger. It is honest and moving without making people feel like they have to act or feel as if they have to be perfect. I am glad I watched this movie. I was hopeful that there would be more of these kinds of films about tragedies like this but sadly this is not the case. The family has refused to discuss the details of what happened. The decision is made for them to show only the good side of the family. The father blames the mother for being selfish and the daughter blames the father for being selfish. The daughter becomes resentful and angry. She calls her mom all the time telling her to get her act together and to not make a big deal out of it. The father says she is just being her old self and that she is trying to act like a "normal" woman. The father goes on to say that he does not want to take his daughter to a doctor. I do not understand why the mother has not been interviewed. There are so many facts that have to be known before the daughter's behavior can be blamed. There are so many facts that can be known by a person without the information from a family member. The father's decision to not talk to the family about the incident is not something that should be made public but that is exactly what is happening.

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My thoughts: On my first viewing, the documentary "On the Southern Border" (2009) didn't bother me. I didn't read the reviews on here, and it was enough to me that I didn't really have to. I decided to go see it anyway, and was not disappointed. The documentary shows some interesting stories from both sides of the border, and how it really affects people. As a whole, it is quite good. The documentary follows three generations of a family, and it has some great information. Some of the stories were very powerful, and the final segment made me realize that the people who really know what is happening are on the other side. I don't have a problem with this, and I recommend it. But, if you are not into any of the subjects, I would not recommend this. The documentary is mostly for people who are interested in the issue, but not the reasons.

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Howard M.

I have always thought that The Theory of Everything was a good film, but I think it was a bit too good. However, it was at least a bit of a revelation for me. The movie is quite complex, and the ending is quite strong. However, the way it ends is a bit too abrupt and mysterious. Overall, it was a good movie that could have been a lot more intense, but I guess it was the perfect ending. There are still a lot of things that are not clear, but it is not a problem in itself.

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Jessica R.

In a time where social media is a huge and controversial topic, not to mention the increased exposure of celebrities and their private lives on the internet, I can't remember a movie that has really come across to me. "Your Name" is one of them, the story of a transgender man who is forced to live life as a woman and live his life as a man for the rest of his life, because of his family and their perceived homophobia. It's a movie that should not be missed. I don't know if it was the exact story, but the way it was told made it feel so real, the way that the subject was portrayed, the acting, and especially the voice over of the voice-over, was amazing. The film was a very different story than what I was expecting, but it is still a great movie, not just a "transgender" movie, and if you can look past the unrealistic side of it, you will be very entertained. I would definitely recommend this film, if you like a different type of movie that talks about life, and being open to the idea that being transgender is not the end of the world, I suggest you check this out.