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Ozzy Osbourne's four decade track record as a culturally relevant artist is unprecedented, but his personal struggles have been shrouded in secrecy... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Blasko ... Himself
Brandon Boyd ... Himself
Mike Brodin ... Himself
Geezer Butler ... Himself

John Frusciante ... Himself
Gillian Hemming ... Herself - Ozzy's Sister
Jessica Hobbs ... Herself
Iris James ... Herself - Ozzy's Sister

Tommy Lee ... Himself

Paul McCartney ... Himself

Billy Morrison ... Himself
Colin Newman ... Himself

Aimee Osbourne ... Herself

Kelly Osbourne ... Herself
Louis Osbourne ... Himself

Ozzy Osbourne
Paul Osbourne ... Himself
Jean Powell ... Herself - Ozzy's Sister

Henry Rollins ... Himself
Rudy Sarzo ... Himself
Serj Terkanian ... Himself

Robert Trujillo ... Himself
Adam Wakeman ... Himself
Bill Ward ... Himself

Zakk Wylde ... Himself

Directed by
Mike Fleiss 
Mike Piscitelli 
Produced by
Heather Adams .... post-producer
Youssef Bauhousis .... associate producer
Rich Fox .... co-producer
Jack Osbourne .... producer
Sharon Osbourne .... executive producer
Jordan Tappis .... producer
Marc Weingarten .... producer
Original Music by
Michael Einziger 
Cinematography by
Mike Piscitelli 
Film Editing by
Rich Fox 
Sound Department
Conner Moore .... sound re-recording mixer
Bryan Parker .... sound editor
Matt Slivinski .... sound editor
Camera and Electrical Department
Daniel Bishop .... additional camera
Daniel Bishop .... camera operator
Jake Futernick .... additional camera
Keegan Gibbs .... additional camera
Jimmy Hammond .... additional camera
Jamie Heffron .... additional camera
Mike Piscitelli .... additional camera
Kimo Proudfoot .... additional camera
Ben Rodkin .... additional camera
Alex Sax .... additional camera
Peter J. Scalletar .... additional camera
Aaron White .... additional camera
Editorial Department
Marshall Banana .... assistant editor
Blaise Felty .... assistant editor
Chris Hassan .... assistant editor
Martin Hilton .... additional editor
Finian Shea Johnson .... additional editor
Sergio Miranda .... assistant editor
Thad Nurski .... assistant editor
Andrew Powell .... assistant editor
Alex Seymour .... assistant editor
Jason Weiler .... assistant editor
Ryan Wilcox .... assistant editor
Mark Behar .... a multitude of thanks

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UK:94 min | Argentina:120 min
Argentina:13 | Australia:MA15+ | Canada:14A (Alberta/Ontario) | Canada:18A (British Columbia/Manitoba) | Canada:G (Quebec)

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Ozzy rules, 8 February 2012
Author: jc-osms from United Kingdom

A heavy metal fan I'm not, the only Ozzy song I know is Sabbath's "Paranoid" and I didn't see a single episode of "The Osbournes" and yet somehow you feel you know this massive personality very well. Broken into two lots pre- and post- his days with Black Sabbath, this bio-documentary covers a lot of ground and does so entertainingly. Even though it's co-produced by his son Jack, it pulls no punches in its true telling of Osbourne's long journey of near self-destruction before he at long last kicked his various habits in his 60's.

Yes, he seems somewhat shambling, even ridiculous at times as he warms up his voice before a gig, but elsewhere, as you'd expect, the man himself is brutally honest in his self-assessment, as indeed are almost all his coterie of family and friends. Of course much of the early scene-setting material comprises celebrity endorsements from members of Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Metallica and even Sir Paul McCartney, before the story goes back to his post -war Birmingam roots and takes us chronologically through his larger-than-life and times.

As you can probably tell there isn't much originality in the techniques used to bring Ozzy's story to life, even the act of taking him back to his childhood haunts, which recalls nothing so much as the well-known re-election Party Political Broadcast by the then Tory Prime Minister, John Major. Yes some of the over-the-top segments seem apocryphal, even by Osbourne standards and sure, the relentless loud HM music blasted way over my head much of the time. All his well-documented vices, particularly drink and drugs, are aired without much shame or regret and yet you do believe he's turned the corner himself.

Looking at him today, rather like the other best-known "dead man walking" Keith Richards, you wonder just how he is, to paraphrase Elton John, still standing, but, sanctimonious title apart, this was an intriguing and watchable insight into the life of an old warrior who may just have found peace in his own time, in the nick of time.

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