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Chasing Whiskey is a movie starring Tim Matheson, Joe Turkel, and John Grisham. A feature length documentary about Jack Daniel's Whiskey.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Greg Olliver
Starring
Tim Matheson, Joe Turkel, Tina Sinatra, John Grisham

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Greg Olliver
Writer David Larzelere, Greg Olliver
Stars Tim Matheson, Joe Turkel, Tina Sinatra, John Grisham
Country USA
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A feature length documentary about Jack Daniel's Whiskey.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 19 Aug 2020 20:06

As a single mom who has been struggling financially to provide for her three children, I agree with most of the recommendations in the documentary. I am a single mom of three girls ages 4,7,9, and 12. I never felt I had a problem paying the bills, but I did feel I had to work harder to get by. What the documentary does not show is how difficult it is to keep your income up, or even maintain a job. The movie does a good job at showing some of the financial hardships the three of us have had to go through. I think the director and producers should have done a better job at showing some of the money struggles. There is plenty of positive things that can be learned from this documentary. The movie does a good job at showing what to do to keep your income up. In addition, the movie shows some of the negative factors that could have been avoided. I think the producers of this movie should have done a better job at making the movie more personal and to help the viewer. I believe they could have used a little more personality on the movie to help the viewer get more from it. There are many times when people walk into a movie and it is not the best thing to be watching. They are usually the ones who will leave the theater unhappy. It is just a bad movie to be taken too seriously. I think the director and producers should have tried to make the movie more fun, but I think they did a good job at that as well. I have no doubt that the producers will make money from this movie. It is not going to change the world, but it is a fun movie to watch. I hope that the movie will be shown at many different movie theaters and hopefully make some people understand that it is not so bad to have a job. It just takes a lot of work.
Monday, 29 Jun 2020 09:55

Cinematic powerhouse, Hidden by Clouds. This film was the last one they put together in order to make a documentary, the others were the same. I love this movie for it's many, many virtues, but one particular thing that I love is the way the camera is used, a camera where you can see a frame from a different angle. One thing I would like to see is more of this kind of camera work, but it has some problems. One of the problems is that it is very hard to focus on people, not because they are really busy but because the camera moves so fast and they are blurred. The other problem is that the camera never takes you to the real focus point of the scene, because there is always something happening in the foreground, or the background. Another problem is the very, very long time it takes to get to a point. The film is also very, very short, which is the only problem I have with it. It is almost one minute, then you have another half a minute, then another, and another, and another. But the problem is, I love the cinematography, I love the way the camera moves. It is a big problem, but I think it is a very good problem. When the camera is not moving it is just there. When the camera is moving it is very smooth and just follows the action. It is very nice to watch. I am very impressed with this film. There is a lot more than I could cover here, but I would love to hear from you. If you have any comments, questions, concerns, criticisms, or whatever, please let me know.
Saturday, 30 May 2020 07:32

This is a very compelling film. It is a real-life account of the remarkable journey of a man from his humble beginnings to a life of alcohol and drugs. This man is Mark Wahlberg, a well-known actor. He is on a quest to show how poverty can ruin a person's life and his is a story of a man's desperation to escape from the life he has created. His journey is very human and very inspirational. Mark is a self-made man and not from a rich background. Mark, the most famous person in the film, is from an upper middle-class family in Los Angeles. His family owns a restaurant. The family has a large backyard that is open to the public. His family has everything that he needs, including a very nice lawn and a nice pool. However, Mark is an alcoholic and his family has very little money. The family cannot afford to buy Mark a pool, so they decide to give him a car instead. They decide to take him to a country store, buy him a drink, and then he can drive home. Mark is very excited, and he is going to drink, drink, drink. He is very happy to be alive, and he is happy to be alive. He has a beautiful wife, a beautiful daughter, and a beautiful wife. Mark's life is a very beautiful story. Mark is a real-life story. It is a human story and it is a human tragedy. I think this is a very important film and I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in an interesting look at what happens to a man after he has become addicted to alcohol. This film has been very well made. It is very well filmed and edited. It is also very interesting. I highly recommend this film to anyone.


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