Bursting out of the L.A. glam scene in the late 1980's, Guns N' Roses have gone on to epitomise everything that a rock band should be. Now, some 15 years later and with only one original member, they have somehow managed to retain an enormous army of dedicated fans. What other band could go almost 10 years [and counting!] between albums and stay fashionable? Sex N' Drugs N' Rock N' Roll takes the cameras behind the scenes for the first time to discover what it is that has made this legendary rock band such icons of the genre. This video contains extensive band interviews, previously unseen footage and insider information. DVD contains many extra features including film outtakes. Written by
I sat down to watch Guns N' Roses on opening day in Ningbo, China. From the opening, it seemed like it would be a crime drama with a comedic touch a la Jacky Chan. However, the Manchurian setting combined with the clichéd bad guys (the Japanese are always bad guys in Chinese films)and the very unpredictable love story make this film both comedic and dramatic. I would call it a comedic version of Indiana Jones starring Jacky Chan with some unconventional twists. I watched it twice in the theatre and now own it on DVD. There are some serious flaws, the most serious being some of the awful computer graphics used at the end of the film. However, all in all, it is a gem of a film.
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