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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by RoCkstAr256, Jan 12, 2018 at 5:13 PM.
Finally the correct answer !
All the usual suspects are named.......then comes a great movie that I had almost forgotten about! Gonna have to watch this one again! Soon!
its not the post genres , but I m surprised "Coal Miners Daughter " is unmentioned.
actually they terminated in vancouver ,I remember the event when i was 14yrs old
Best. Rock. Band. Movie. Evar!
Soundtrack by Mick Jones and Chis Difford.
John lennon Imagine -documentary
I cant remember the name of it but it was a movie about the making of woodstock , where some kid had a permit to do a local music show that got really pregnant really fast
2) the pick of Destiny
hmmm, rock, blues, metal...
the Song Remains the Same, Led Zep.
That about sums it up. Maybe sprinkle on a little psychodelia, and a couple shots of whiskey!
The comedy "Songwriter," with Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Melinda Dillon, and Rip Torn. Over the top, and low key at the same time. Controlled chaos.
The Punk Rock Movie is good! There's a related documentary about The Women of Punk Rock (all English, I think, but it's good.)
Sid & Nancy
Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains
Rock n’ Roll Highschool
Hustle & Flow
Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
I’m Now: The Mudhoney Documentary
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Decline of Western Civilization II: The Metal Years
Gwar: Phallus in Wunderland
Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (scored by Dylan & he stars as ‘Alias’, Billy played by Kris Kristopherson
Super Star, super rare unauthorized bio pic of Karen Carpenter portrayed with Barbie Dolls
I’ll stop there..
We can also talk about "not so good" rock movies?
Deathgasm (really thrash...).
Talking seriously: Great Balls of Fire.
Ishtar! I love that movie.
Searching For Sugarman
Rumble: the Indians Who Rocked the World
Searching For the Wrong-Eyed Jesus
I'll push the local product, but I haven't seen it yet:
Walk the Line
Great Balls of Fire
The Buddy Holly Story
The Get Down
The Light of Day
I was going to say "Sid and Nancy ". That was a heart warming, feel good romp if ever there was one!
Whiplash is an absolutely brutal movie. I couldn't look away.
The Language of Music - Documentary covering some of Tom Dowd's efforts in producing music. A great documentary.
I just saw "Walk The Line" yesterday. It's about Johnny Cash, but he lived a rock and roll life.
Walk the Line and I'll give Crossroads the nod too...
Another cool documentary - currently on Netflix.