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No Room For Rockstars Movie Review

No Room For Rockstars Movie Review
Title: No Room For Rockstars Director: Parris Patton A meandering but still punkish documentary overview of the Vans Warped Tour, director Parris Patton’s “No Room For Rockstars,” shot over the 2010 iteration of the event, offers up a slice-of-life look at the punk rock juggernaut, a rain-or-shine misfit circus that crisscrosses North America every summer as a rollicking outdoor minstrel show aimed at kids hungry for live music mainly outside of the glossy pop mainstream. If it’s mostly an amorphous fan’s document that doesn’t locate much in the way of a dramatic throughline, the backstage and behind-the-scenes access will at least still prove engaging enough to its core demographic even if few others. Launched [ Read More ]
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Clip from Warped Tour docu No Room For Rockstars - In Theaters Tonight

Fresh off its Slamdance 2012 premiere, the Vans Warped Tour Docu No Room For Rockstars is hitting theaters across the country for a one-night exclusive engagement (details). We've got a clip for you ahead of tonight's big event. The clip features festival creator Kevin Lyman chatting about how the legendary tour helped launch the careers of music heavyweights including: Sublime, NoDoubt, Blink 182, Fall Out Boy and more. The film is a pretty interesting and sometimes heart heavy look behind the scenes of one America's most iconic and long-running touring rock shows. Filmmaker Parris Patton (along with veteran producers Stacy Peralta and Agi Orsi) brings his cameras into the close confines of the tour buses of a few of the young rock bands out...
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