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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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Entertaining Doc on Ozzy, 13 July 2012
Author: Michael_Elliott from Louisville, KY

God Bless Ozzy Osbourne (2011)

*** 1/2 (out of 4)

Very good documentary on the life and times of Ozzy Osbourne who is certainly one of a kind. The film covers Ozzy's early days growing up poor and follows him to Black Sabbath, the fame, the drugs, the partying, the solo career and of course his comeback, which itself had many highs and lows. GOD BLESS OZZY OSBOURNE is an appropriate title because if you know anything about the madman then it's really amazing that he survived the 70s. The documentary uses behind the scenes footage mixed in with both past and present interviews as well as news footage. All of this is perfectly mixed together and in the end you really get a great idea of who Ozzy is and why he did some of the crazy stuff that he did. The majority of the running time deals with the craziness, which of course means a lot of wild pranks, drugs and alcohol. There's no question that all of these stories are used for entertainment because as sad as it might be to see a father neglect his children, the crazy lifestyle Ozzy was leading just puts a smile on your face because he survived it all. Had Ozzy died then it's doubtful these same stories would have been as amusing as they are today. We get interviews with his family, friends and fellow musicians who all tell their stories of what Ozzy means to them. At just 91-minutes the documentary goes through pretty much every stone leading up to the musicians current state.

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