Tony gets fired from his job. He's not really sad about this because he prefers writing songs and playing the guitar. He meets the drummer Charlie and they decide to start a band, although ...
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Tony gets fired from his job. He's not really sad about this because he prefers writing songs and playing the guitar. He meets the drummer Charlie and they decide to start a band, although Tony is afraid of playing in front of other people. He can't even play in front of Charlie. They find another guitarist, Wynn, who enjoys fishing if he's not playing the guitar. The final member of the band is Eric, the bass-player who is often unpredictable in his actions. They name the band Circus Monkey and want to get famous and rich. However, after some successful gigs, they begin to realize what all the big music and show business is about. Written by
Gerhard Windecker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I had heard about this movie briefly on a movie review show. The reviewers didn't rate it highly, but I thought it looked interesting. Of course I never got around to see it in the cinema. Two years later I happened upon it in the video store, one rainy Sunday. Well what an excellent suprise, I loved it... Having lived in a house with two local bands, I found it almost unbearably real. Each one of the characters in the movie I knew in real life, giving me the added bonus of finding this movie extremely funny. I strongly recommend this movie to those involved in young bands or those involved in the local band scene. My only gripe is the brief moments of over the top Spinal Tap dialogue. A must see.
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