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Metallimania (1997)

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The wackiest, most dangerous, and drunkest rock and roll documentary ever made! Over 100 minutes of ridiculous debauchery with heavy metal's all time kings and their legion of maniacal fans... See full summary »

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The wackiest, most dangerous, and drunkest rock and roll documentary ever made! Over 100 minutes of ridiculous debauchery with heavy metal's all time kings and their legion of maniacal fans. Whether you love, hate, or could give a crap about Metallica, this film will have you passed out in the bushes! Written by Matt Strangwayes

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The real Metallica...
25 May 2005 | by (Poughkeepsie) – See all my reviews

Captures Metallica at their true peak. The interviewer pursues the relationship between the band and their fans, and it's all no holds barred. It's always funny to me to watch people shell out money for a ticket, then bad mouth the band, especially when they are drunk and probably failed their GED. Guerrilla style but without censor. A few sound issues here and there but it doesn't upset the flow. If you have seen Some Kind of Monster and felt empty inside, this one might fill you up. Not sure who the interviewer is, but he looks really familiar and they all seem like they know him, maybe he was in one of the other Metallica doc's (Cliff 'em All?). Great r'n'r movie!


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