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Jingle Bell Rocks! (2013)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Comedy, History | 9 December 2014 (USA)
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An exclusive backstage pass into a fascinating underground world of alternative Christmas music. Starring an eclectic cast of characters - The Flaming Lips, Run DMC, John Waters - plus two ... See full summary »

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Bill Adler ... Himself
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Andy Cirzan ... Himself
... Himself (from the Band the Flaming Lips)
... Himself (voice)
Christopher Dedrick ... Himself (voice)
Moira Dedrick ... Herself
Sandra Dedrick ... Herself
... Himself
Barry Hansen ... Himself (Aka Doctor Demento)
... Himself
Robert 'El Vez' López ... Himself (Aka EL VEZ)
Erin Moran ... Herself
Mimi Parker ... Herself (from the Band LOW)
... Himself (Aka Reverend Run DMC)
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An exclusive backstage pass into a fascinating underground world of alternative Christmas music. Starring an eclectic cast of characters - The Flaming Lips, Run DMC, John Waters - plus two dozen amazing & original songs, JINGLE BELL ROCKS! is a cinematic sleight ride into the strange and sublime universe of alternative Christmas music. Written by Anonymous

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Giving us hope for the holidays!
29 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

Having a complicated relationship with Christmas myself, I found this film a lovely emotional journey. Seeing how so many different people respond to the holiday and deal with it in their own deeply personal and quirky ways ... people who love music finding a way to relate to Christmas on their own terms. The music was great, but the way the personal stories were entwined makes it a lot more than a music documentary. You could feel sadness from many of the people in the film, because Christmas can be just as much about what you don't have, what you've lost, what should be there and somehow isn't. It's inspiring to see feel that in others and see the hope and how they all manage to make their Christmas something beautiful.


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