Won't You Be My Neighbor? (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie

Won't You Be My Neighbor? (2018) 1080p

An exploration of the life, lessons, and legacy of iconic children's television host, [link=nm0736872].

IMDB: 3.01 Likes

  • Genre: Documentary | Biography
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.50G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 93
  • IMDB Rating: 3.0/10 
  • MPR: PG-13
  • Peers/Seeds: 12 / 72

The Synopsis for Won't You Be My Neighbor? (2018) 1080p

Charmingly soft-spoken and yet powerfully incisive expressing his profound ideals, Fred Rogers was a unique presence on television for generations. Through interviews of his family and colleagues, the life of this would-be pastor is explored as a man who found a more important calling to provide an oasis for children in a video sea of violent bombardment. That proved to be his landmark series, (1968), a show that could gently delve into important subjects no other children's show would have dared for that time. In doing so, Rogers experienced a career where his sweet-tempered idealism charmed and influenced the world whether it be scores of children on TV or recalcitrant authorities in government. However, that beloved personality also hid Rogers' deep self-doubts about himself and occasional misjudgments even as he proved a rock of understanding in times of tragedy for a world that did not always comprehend a man of such noble character.


The Director and Players for Won't You Be My Neighbor? (2018) 1080p

[Director]Morgan Neville
[Role:]David Bianculli
[Role:]Betty Aberlin
[Role:]Joanne Rogers
[Role:]McColm Cephas Jr.


The Reviews for Won't You Be My Neighbor? (2018) 1080p


Superbly Made Mr. Rogers DocumentaryReviewed bybastille-852-731547Vote: 9/10

When I was very young, I occasionally remember watching Mr. Rogers, although I never bothered to learn much about him before seeing this movie. I wanted to see this documentary due to the rave reviews it received from the Sundance film festival, as well as the fact that it is from the director of the outstanding "20 Feet From Stardom." Needless to say, this is an outstanding documentary that is able to warm hearts while also discussing necessary and thought-provoking complexities of today's world.

The film chronicles Fred Rogers, a Presbyterian minister and children's television host, by emphasizing his primary work on the show "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood." The film discusses Rogers' life and legacy with a wide variety of individuals close to him; each represents a unique, diverse and wholly refreshing viewpoint on the man, so much so that no interview or piece of information in the documentary seems or feels deficient in necessity. This is a key part of what elevates this documentary above other nonfiction or other examples factually-centered filmmaking, but it is not the only thing that makes this film special. The film also does a good job examining Rogers as a human being--and this includes being a human susceptible to flaws, as we all are. All too often, biographical documentaries of revered figures attempt to only portray their subjects in the most flattering light possible. Such a one-sided attempt at filmmaking, even when a generally "good" person is being depicted, fails to portray the subject's personality in the documentary of having multiple dimensions. The film frankly explains, for example, how Rogers was initially uncomfortable that another actor on the show was gay (unfortunate, but unsurprising given the time period.) That said, Rogers' positive contributions to society and to American children are the primary focus of the film--as they should be. His work served as a thoughtful and measured alternative to much of the schlocky television programming of the late 20th century.

Finally, this documentary is remarkably emotionally powerful. It would have been easy to make this film feel sappy and sentimental, but it wisely avoids such traps. The film shoots directly from the heart to the gut, and truly makes you feel something--and something great--about Rogers and his legacy. It's refreshing to be able to analyze human decency, such as what made Rogers unique, during a sad moment in history when our political climate is severely lacking in it. All in all, this is an excellent documentary and one that I am very happy to recommend. 9/10

Can't imagine seeing a better movie this yearReviewed byRonDirect73Vote: 10/10

I've been telling anyone willing to listen that this is such an important movie to see. The life and work of Fred Rogers is in dire need of being revisited in these divisive times.

There will be at the very least one moment for everyone in "Won't You Be My Neighbor" that each viewer will be moved by. What was fascinating to me was realizing how much Mr. Rogers influenced my behavior. The movie made me reflect on why I respond the way I do toward certain life experiences. That's pretty powerful.

But the bottom line is the film demonstrates how simple kindness toward one another, despite our differences, makes the world a better place for all of us.

Now how can a movie that suceeds with that as its thesis possibly by topped? In my opinion it cannot. "Won't You Be My Neighbor" needs to be seen by as many people as possible. It's a wonderful documentary that should not be missed.

A Documentary everyone that grew up with Mister Rogers Neighborhood needs to seeReviewed byTaylor Bowe McardleVote: 10/10

I think I can speak for many on here but to me, Mister Rogers growing up was my childhood icon and to many people. Fred wasn't a person that would talk at you but more like talk to you in a very kind and gentle way. His show was beloved by children and adults around the world with his kind heart, generosity and show love to each and everyone he met. This documentary is an emotional roller coaster that everyone should watch and in today's world we live in, we need Mister Rogers now more then ever. His passing in 2003 was incredibly sad but the quote I will always remember him saying is "I like you just the way you are" and that's something people should always remember. You can't change who you are because someone else thinks otherwise. Ignore the negativity and keep being you just like Mister Rogers said many years ago. I don't normally cry in a theatre but this one made me because of how incredible well done it is. Something's I knew and some I didn't know about Fred Rogers. I'm 23 years old now and I will occasionally watch an old episode and relive the good memories Mister Rogers gave this world and wish he was still with us today. God bless this man and all the contributes he made to the Public Broadcast Service

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