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Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. is a movie starring M.I.A., Madonna, and Bill Maher. Drawn from a never-before-seen cache of personal footage spanning decades, this is an intimate portrait of the Sri Lankan artist and musician who continues to...

Genres
Documentary, Biography, Music
Director
Steve Loveridge
Starring
Madonna, M.I.A., Bill Maher, Nicki Minaj

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Product details

Genres Documentary, Biography, Music
Director Steve Loveridge
Stars Madonna, M.I.A., Bill Maher, Nicki Minaj
Country UK, Sri Lanka, USA
Also Known As Untitled M.I.A Documentary, Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. - Geflüchtete, Aktivistin, Popstar, Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. - Réfugiée, activiste et popstar, Matangi/Maya/M.I.A, M.I.A. - La cattiva ragazza della musica
Runtime 1 h 36 min
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 Drawn from a never-before-seen cache of personal footage spanning decades, this is an intimate portrait of the Sri Lankan artist and musician who continues to shatter conventions.

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Saturday, 25 Jul 2020 23:14

Michael Moore's docu-drama "Fahrenheit 9/11" is not only an engrossing, concise and informative look at the 2010 elections, it is an eye-opening expose of one of the most sensitive topics of the day: the effect of the Patriot Act, the most recent version of which has been in effect since its passage. Moore gives us a rare, inside look at a highly polarized subject, one that one critic complained about in the movie, that it "doesn't even focus on the good guys." Indeed, what makes Moore's film so special is that his film is made in the public's interest, for its substance is based on a lot of raw, uncensored data. Moore doesn't shy away from asking questions, but only to the point of "questioning" them, and to the point of, in the words of Martin Sheen's character in the film, "questioning the basic assumptions of the people who voted for it." All this does is prepare us for the politics of the coming weeks, to find out that in this polarized era of politics, political correctness is the new religion and "politicians," as we have known them, are only echoing their core beliefs. But don't get me wrong, the film is not preachy or annoying in any way. Moore's point is clear, which is that our political leaders are too careful about what they say and too uninformed in the specifics of policy. What Moore and his film do well is give us a close look at the politics behind the votes. Moore's political-science training, if nothing else, prepares him to do his homework, while the facts he presents are compelling. The film is an important contribution to the history of the media-newscaster debate and how it has influenced and shaped the American public's view of the world. Moore's documentary film "Fahrenheit 9/11" will be a key point of reference for those who want to understand the rationale behind our recent political history. It is also a personal recommendation for anyone who's ever been on the fence about which side to pick in the public debate about the Patriot Act. It will be a real eye-opener, but also a useful reminder of the importance of getting your facts straight.
Thursday, 04 Jun 2020 03:32

I watched this documentary on this great site, and have to say, it's a must watch. Well, the films cover an entire wide range of musical influences, and all of them are beautifully created. The piece here covers how one song from each of the aforementioned artists can both reflect and show the very essence of the song, and the context it was written in. I'm sure you can easily guess that "Walk This Way" was one of the first songs to be released from each artist, and "Yellow" one of the last. If you've been alive for a few years now, you'll also be able to pick out from this music a few of the great songs that the performers of this documentary have been playing on their own albums, so far. While "Doing It Right" was the first "classic" song to be released from one of the artists, each song was covered in a way that helped portray a very specific aspect of each artist's musical style. So, while we might not recognize any of the artists' most popular songs, this documentary offers us a great look at what makes each of them tick. Not to mention, the songs themselves are all well done. By now, you have heard the songs of both Nirvana and Pearl Jam, so there is plenty of music for everyone to pick up on. I was a fan of Jeff Buckley and Phish, and felt very surprised to hear what they had to say. I'm sure you can relate to some of the things they were saying, so if you're a Phish fan, you'll probably want to give this a listen. If you're not a fan, you'll probably be able to relate to the way these artists say things that are a bit off. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed the films. I think they're great for both music fans and non-music fans alike. This documentary really gets to the heart of each of the artists, and their music, and hopefully you'll be able to get a better sense of what they're really all about.
Tuesday, 28 Apr 2020 21:11

There are few songs (though the majority) that stand out like "Elephant" from the Matrix trilogy, the ones with new songs from Kendrick and Lamar. The first song was "Nothin' on You," and the second was "T.I.M.G." And the last, "Juicy," with 2Pac and Jada Pinkett Smith. That song was really cool. But my favorite is "Notorious." It's my favorite Kendrick-featuring song. It's an amazing way to start off a new year. The performances are amazing, but the most exciting part was the songs. They are like a master class in hip-hop, but also a perfect example of the role, and the joy, that being a rapper can play. It was just so inspiring and wonderful. The MCs have amazing voices and can change so many different styles. There are no perfect rappers, no rappers you hear every day. We have to stay true to ourselves and find out what makes us who we are. This movie makes you feel that. Kendrick is a genius. If you can't appreciate his genius, just watch this movie and you'll understand what I mean. If you are not a fan of Kendrick or Hip-Hop, you will see this movie and you will understand why it is such a great movie. There are no movies like this on the planet. It will truly change your life. You will want to be a rapper or a rapper's rapper, and you will want to find your style. You will have a better life because of it. You will also have the experience of growing up, learning about everything, and just reliving this moment. This is the only reason I am giving this a 10. There are a few, but they are small. This is truly a movie worth watching.


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