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Fleetwood Mac: Destiny Rules (2004)

FLEETWOOD MAC reunite for the first time (sans Christine McVie) to record their first studio album in over fifteen years. Follow them as they write and record their album Say You Will from ... See full summary »
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Stevie Nicks ... Herself
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FLEETWOOD MAC reunite for the first time (sans Christine McVie) to record their first studio album in over fifteen years. Follow them as they write and record their album Say You Will from the first day Stevie Nicks walks into the studio to the opening night of their tour. Cameras rolled practically every moment from start to finish. Fleetwood Mac: Destiny Rules captures the ups and downs of a legendary, storied band like no other documentary before. Written by Anonymous

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English

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14 March 2004 (USA) See more »

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Shocked they released this to the public
15 January 2017 | by xnet95See all my reviews

Here we have the story of 4 millionaires getting back together for the sole purpose of making more millions - oh boy, how inspirational! The only person here that seems to think of music as art is Buckingham, but by the end, he's also obsessed with money and profit. I really don't understand why they would let people see them like this. This video makes them look like soulless, greedy losers.

The worst of the 4 is Nicks. During her 1st entrance, we see her bring in a huge dream catcher. This allows us to see how trendy and faux-spiritual she is. She was probably one of the 1st people to stop eating gluten a couple years ago. Anyway, we are "blessed" throughout the whole video by hearing her drone on endlessly while singing her new, boring songs. Her vocal range is about 5 notes, and she never pushes her voice like she did back in the mid-seventies. I can see why South Park ripped on her for sounding like a bleating goat - her voice is lame, boring, and lazy. Not only is her voice lazy, but the big, fat slob also has a lazy body. This chick needs to lay off the deep fried twinkies immediately! Last, but not least, we see Nicks allowing her little, foo-foo dog to run around on the kitchen counter where food is prepared and eaten. I wonder if it licked the potato salad and rubbed its ass on the bean sprout sandwiches? If this doesn't prove that this woman is a spoiled, self-centered, disgusting creep, nothing does!

Most of the video was shot with existing light, so it looks murky and unprofessional. The band looks even more unprofessional with all the bickering and talking about money, money, money. The band comes across as a bunch of boring, old farts that are totally out of touch with new music. Even Nicks comments about needing to make music that young people will like because they are the ones that spend money, BUT they totally fail to do that. Instead, they make useless, boring, safe music that is product and not art. Watching this video really depressed me...


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