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Stevie Nicks: In Your Dreams (2013)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 2 April 2013 (USA)
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A documentary that follows Stevie Nicks as she begins writing and recording her first solo album in nearly a decade.
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Credited cast:
Glen Ballard ... Himself
Alex Best ... Vampire (as Nima Dabestani)
Lindsey Buckingham ... Himself
Ann Marie Calhoun Ann Marie Calhoun ... Vampire
Mike Campbell ... Himself
Scott Campbell Scott Campbell ... Vampire
Rob Cavallo Rob Cavallo ... Himself
Sharon Celani Sharon Celani ... Vampire
Torrey DeVitto ... Featured Violinist Vampire
Ned Douglas Ned Douglas ... Vampire
Yarrow Earth Hoch Yarrow Earth Hoch ... Edgar Allen Poe Vampire
Steve Ferrone ... Himself
Mick Fleetwood ... Himself
Miriam Harris Miriam Harris ... Web Testimonial
Johnnie Hobbs III Johnnie Hobbs III ... Tap Dancing Vampire
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A documentary that follows Stevie Nicks as she begins writing and recording her first solo album in nearly a decade.

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Enough Already! Enough Already!
9 March 2014 | by userIDtakenSee all my reviews

Synopsis of first three minutes: We Love You, Stevie! We Love You, Stevie! We Love You, Stevie! We Love You, Stevie! We Love You, Stevie! We Love You, Stevie! We Love You, Stevie!

Next three minutes: I Love Me, Too! I Love Me, Too! I Love Me, Too! My House Is Fabulous! My House Is Fabulous! My House Is Fabulous! My Co-Director Is Fabulous, Too!

Lesson learned: Don't watch anything where the musical *star* is also the quasi-director.

I like Stevie Nicks' music, but this film was unbearable. (No, I didn't make it past the first six minutes. I'll give it two stars, in the hopes that later on its awfulness decreased by half.)


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