A really enjoyable documentary about the legendary Sound City recording studio in L.A that spawned some of music's best and classic rock albums.
I'm probably slightly biased being a huge Foo Fighters fan but Dave Grohl directs really well and you can sense his passion for the subject matter. Featuring great behind the scenes footage and interviews with some of rock music's most interesting artists, this is a very interesting watch.
If you're not a fan of Grohl or rock music, avoid. If you are a fan, turn it up loud and enjoy.
Yes, I love Revenge of the Sith. Yes I gave it 5 stars. Let's get that out of the way.
After the mediocre episode I and the pretty awful episode II, this is much more like it! The opening 30 minutes are closer in tone to the original trilogy than anything that's gone before. The relationship between Anakin and Obi-Wan is played really well by Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen, it really makes you feel more sad when it disintegrates…
-Surely this is the best comedy of all time?
-It is and don't call me Shirley.
What can I write about this movie that hasn't been written before? Not a lot I guess. I will just say that sitting this watching it with my girlfriend who had never seen it was a joy.
The HD transfer looked good (even though it exposes some of the wire work that goes on throughout the movie) and it still has the power to…