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Tribute (2001)

Tribute is a feature rockumentary about music's strangest subculture: tribute bands. Tribute bands go to extraordinary lengths to re-create the experience of rock supergroups like Kiss, ... See full summary »

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Kris Curry, Rich Fox
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Credited cast:
Paul Doty Paul Doty ... Himself
Jimmy Newell Jimmy Newell ... Himself
Val Popovic Val Popovic ... Himself
David Watkins David Watkins ... Himself
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Tribute is a feature rockumentary about music's strangest subculture: tribute bands. Tribute bands go to extraordinary lengths to re-create the experience of rock supergroups like Kiss, Journey, Judas Priest and Queen. The result can be anything from an emotionally potent nostalgia trip, to something more like Spinal Tap. Tribute follows the on- and off-stage struggles of tribute bands and their fans in their quest to live their rock dreams. Together they face band members quitting, soul-sucking day jobs, even bandmates who take the impersonation far too far. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 November 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Afieromenoi exairetika See more »

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Tribute Films See more »
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Not the greatest documentary in the world, this is just Tribute
21 November 2004 | by movieman_kevSee all my reviews

Interesting study of six various pathetic tribute bands and the dishearteningly sad lifes they lead. The most disturbing and depressing part of the film revolves around Mark Eldridge AKA Superfan. Disturbing in the fact that he's obviously not playing with a full deck if you know what I mean, depressing in that some people's lifes are so devoid of real experences and supremely empty as to latch onto a tribute band. Sadly, their are too many Marks in the world. NOT a feel-good movie, yet mesmerizing in it's own way.

My Grade: B-

where i saw it: Showtime


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