What He Really Wants To Do Is Direct, by David Bax

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3 Responses

  1. Mattallica says:

    Here’s a question for you: is there any film that has portrayed contemporary rock musicians believably or non–embarrassingly? I’m not talking about movies tht look back on rock scenes past, like Almost Famous or Control, or movies in which the rockers are portrayed as bumbling, comedic fools, like Airheads or Get Him to the Greek. I’m talking about dramatic films with characters involved in the modern-day (at the time of filming, at least) rock scene, who are depicted both seriously and effectively. Unless I’m blanking on something big, I can’t think of a single one.

  2. Tyrone says:

    Absolutey spot on David. The film is completely out of touch with reality. Absolutely unbelievable. Whoever wrote that story must have been high. The only scene which had any credibilty was near the end when the priest visits the healer in prison, only to be smashed by the scene in the clothing store where the old friend is healed. Yuk!! At least we were left with that sweet song as the credits rolled

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