Green Day recorded every show on the 21st Century Breakdown tour. When it concluded, the band members, singer-guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong, bassist Mike Dirnt, and drummer Tre Cool, ... See full summary »
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Billie Joe Armstrong,
The story of their formation is legendary, their rise to fame has been extraordinary and their influence is everywhere - and now the eyeliner crowd's favorite band are roaring back into the... See full summary »
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Billie Joe Armstrong,
To me this... documentary was one of the best i've ever seen about Green Day!!!!! The footage of the concerts was awesome. I didn't realize that Green Day was this loved until I saw this documentary. When they played Wake Me Up When September Ends and Billie Joe's voice was breaking up because of emotions, it almost brought tears to my eyes.
I liked Green Day's choices for songs to play. Actually I was surprised that they played Brain Stew. But I would be very satisfied with this documentary even if Green Day didn't play my favorite songs because I like almost every song by them anyways. So to make a long story short, this documentary was very well made and I enjoyed every second of it.
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