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Barenaked in America (1999)

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A rockumentary about the Canadian rock band Barenaked Ladies's life, in a nutshell.

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A rockumentary about the Canadian rock band Barenaked Ladies's life, in a nutshell.

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29 September 2000 (USA)  »

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$27,714 (USA) (29 September 2000)

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BNL ROCK!!!
6 March 2003 | by (Houston, TX) – See all my reviews

For all fans of BNL--die hard, new or otherwise, this film is for you! I loved getting perspectives on the filming of their video for "It's all been done" (Ed's argument about the sight lines for cats is right on) to Steven's grousing about being pelted with Kraft Dinner, to Ty's outright silliness make this an enjoyable movie for fans of this truly creative band.

The only scene I could have done without was the 5 minute shot of Ed Robertson grinning and shifting around on the commode with his pants down, supposedly deficating. That's an image I could have lived my entire life without seeing, but thanks to Jason Priestly, I've got it burned on my retinas. YUCK!


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