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Sublime: Stories, Tales, Lies & Exaggerations (1998)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Music | Video 21 June 1998
A look at the Long Beach, California ska-punk band told through the Skunk family and some of the band's more famous friends.Featuring interviews by No Doubt, Pennywise, Mike Watt, The ... See full summary »

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Jim Papa Nowell ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Troy Dendekker ... Herself
Floyd Gaugh ... Himself
Marshall Goodman ... Himself
Michael Happoldt ... Himself
Tré Hardson ... Himself
... Himself
The Lords of Brooklyn ... Themselves
Jack Maness ... Himself
... Themselves
Bradley Nowell ... Himself (archive footage)
Opie Ortiz ... Himself
... Themselves
Romye Robinson ... Himself
Richard Smith ... Himself
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A look at the Long Beach, California ska-punk band told through the Skunk family and some of the band's more famous friends.Featuring interviews by No Doubt, Pennywise, Mike Watt, The Vandals and others tell their favorite Sublime stories. Live performance footage is featured, as well as never before seen footage of the band's private lives. Written by Anonymous

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At the location of the Ron Jeremy interview they where filming a x-rated movie nearby. See more »

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Sublime= Greatness
16 February 2006 | by See all my reviews

i bought this the other day.. its the best doc i have ever seen. they focus on the greatness that sublime IS. this isn't about brad. although some times he may be the focus. This is about Sublime. I have been listening to them since i was maybe 10 or 11 as well. I'm now 17.. i have seen many documentaries on musicians and bands that members have passed away. This one by far is the most uplifting one. It brings them back to life its really great. they talk about Brad and his love for animals.. what they did at Dennys... A Grip of footage from various performances, "steppin' razor" music video with some homeless dude dancing around.. and of course "Sorry sir, I've had too much goddamn Orange Juice".


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