Following the conclusion of the storyline in the "Fight For Your Right" music video, the Beasties break into a liquor store, drop acid with groupies, and get into a breakdance competition with time-traveling future versions of themselves.
Originally filmed in December 1968, "The Rock and Roll Circus" was originally intended to be released as a television special. The special was filmed over two nights and featured not only ... See full summary »
David Markey's documentary of life on the road with Sonic Youth and Nirvana during their tour of Europe in late 1991. Also featuring live performances by Dinosaur Jr, Babes In Toyland, The ... See full summary »
Went to the advanced screening for this last night. While there were a few good moments and a few funny moments, I would not recommend anyone who is not a die-hard fan go see it. There were several parts that dragged on a lot and for those who have ever watched a video made by someone without a steady hand, you know what this one is like. While only about 30% of the movie is from the actual cameras given out, the way the movie is cut will make you seasick from the movement or give you a headache from the rapid flashing between scenes. Anyone who has issues with strobe lights should shy away from this movie. They also apply effects over the video that at times can get tiresome and hard on the eyes. While there are a couple good effects, and some funny moments, overall i would say this is not for just anyone. only die-hard fans.
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