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A Spinal Tap Reunion: The 25th Anniversary London Sell-Out (1992)

The return of Spinal Tap, one of England's loudest bands, on a sad final reunion.

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Nigel Tufnel (Spinal Tap) / Alan Barrows (The Folksmen)
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The return of Spinal Tap, one of England's loudest bands, on a sad final reunion.

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31 December 1992 (USA)  »

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Not as great as the original, but it definately is worth seeing
28 May 2001 | by See all my reviews

To say this movie (straight to video it looks like) is as classic and groundbreaking as the original This Is Spinal Tap would be wrong. But still, the film has it's moments of being utterly hilarious and is worth watching through the flaws. It consists of concert footage and songs not yet heard. But it also has backstage and outside footage of the band. That footage is not great outside, but there are some real laugh out loud moments, like when Nigel shows his new invention- a foldable wine glass (but it still needs hinges). Martin Short, Paul Schaffer and Rob Reiner appear in cameos; the songs include Hell Hole, America, Stonehendge and Tonight We're gonna rock it. A-


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