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Liam: As It Was

Liam: As It Was is a movie starring Liam Gallagher, David Adcock, and Paul Arthurs. Rockumentary following British singer, Liam Gallagher, as he attempts to make a solo comeback.

Other Titles
Liam Gallagher: As It Was, リアム・ギャラガー アズ・イット・ワズ, Liam Gallagher: Tak bylo
Running Time
1 hours 25 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Music, Documentary
Charlie Lightening, Gavin Fitzgerald
Gene Gallagher, Liam Gallagher, Paul Arthurs, David Adcock
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Rockumentary following British singer, Liam Gallagher, as he attempts to make a solo comeback.

Comments about music «Liam: As It Was» (13)

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Terry S.

Just saw this movie and I was taken aback by it's presentation. The first 15 minutes I was trying to get into the movie but it was like, "Oh no, this is a movie about Liam Gallagher, he's not here." It was the same with the whole thing about the various characters. The movie was amazing. I felt like I was in the movie and in the head of the main character. I don't know why but I loved it. I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone that wants to see a good movie about the lives of people from different backgrounds. I was also impressed by the music selection in the movie. The songs chosen for the different parts were great. I would recommend this movie to anyone that wants to see a good movie about music.

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I love this movie, it is one of the most spectacular movie I have ever seen. I think the purpose of the documentary was to highlight the true beauty of this music. It was one of the most amazing concerts I have ever seen. The music was extremely moving. The performance was so powerful. This is a story about the band Bon Jovi and it is a story about John Travolta and it is a story about the Rolling Stones. I think this movie should be made for all to see. It is the most amazing documentary I have ever seen. I highly recommend it.

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Charles Newman

This is an excellent documentary about the life of the iconic rock group 'The Who', shot over a period of twelve years. The film does a fine job of portraying the turmoil that surrounded the group, from the more contentious disputes between the members, to the tragic death of drummer Pete Townshend. The doc doesn't focus on the big issues like drugs and rock n' roll (there is a great section on the impact of the music itself), but instead focuses on the everyday lives of the band members and the many things that they had to deal with when it came to meeting the demands of fame. It also tells a great story about a great band, one that became the rock icon it was meant to be, one that started it all.

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Nicholas H.

The film is a joy to watch. It's a pleasure to listen to the music and watch the actors perform. I am very pleased that the film is getting so much positive attention, especially from Hollywood's mainstream movie critics. I will see this film several times more, so I can gain a better understanding of its content and its messages.

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Madison M.

The documentary titled "As It Was" follows the life of Liam Neeson, who became a star in one of the most notorious and highly-regarded film franchises of all time, based on his performance as Wolverine in the X-Men movies. As a child, Liam was bullied and humiliated at school for being a mutant. Growing up, Liam became a role model for other bullied mutants, and was a key member of the "X-Men" film crew, which inspired many others to become mutants. Along the way, Liam learned about love and acceptance, and eventually became a proud mutant. The documentary was shot in the 1980s and 90s, and focuses on the early stages of the X-Men franchise, starting with director James Cameron's classic X-Men, and leading up to the comic book movies. Liam Neeson was very prolific as Wolverine, with over 30 films made, and had a memorable career. While some may think that the fame of Wolverine is overblown, as Liam Neeson gained more and more of an international fanbase, the film's popularity and its impact on the film industry is undeniable. In the documentary, we learn about Liam's early life, as well as his interest in becoming a professional wrestler. Throughout his career, Liam Neeson has learned a lot about acceptance and love, and his experience with Wolverine is one of the reasons why. He's very open about his feelings for the character, and he was very careful to never let the character define his career. Neeson has received an incredible amount of recognition, but his role in the X-Men franchise has given him a platform that he can stand up for what he believes in, and have the ability to make people proud. Liam Neeson's work in the X-Men franchise, and the work he has done with his foundation and charity, "Liam Neeson Scholarship Foundation," have made him a celebrity, and has made him one of the most powerful and influential figures in the world of film. In the documentary, we learn that Liam Neeson had always wanted to be a star, and to be known for his role as Wolverine. As a child, he believed he was different, and hated his friends for rejecting him. He was forced to play the role of Wolverine in the X-Men films, and grew up as a superhero. It was a fun time, but in the end, the movie didn't really come together, and many people were left disappointed, as it was a lot of work to create such an iconic character. Neeson's

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Billy Baker

For fans of AFI, this is a must see. This documentary is about the infamous Hard Rock Cafe (The Rock Show) in Las Vegas. What a fantastic show, it had a fantastic atmosphere and it was fantastic. This documentary is great and shows some great footage. I thought it was a great piece of work.

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I have to admit that I am very surprised to hear that this is an extremely positive review. I find it hard to believe that such a boring, uninspiring movie could have such a high rating. In my opinion, the performances were mediocre at best. This movie could have been a lot better. I thought that it was terrible. I expected a lot more out of this movie. The whole music video thing is so cheesy and predictable. I really want to get back the time I wasted on this movie.

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First of all, I've never seen Liam Wilson play live, but I'm glad he agreed to the interview. He does a really great job of playing his role and in my opinion, the producers really pushed him to do this. He definitely delivered the performance and you could tell he's a great actor. I also liked how he spoke with some anger and frustration in his voice, it was definitely a different voice. I also liked the way he played the story and the way he portrayed the music. It was very interesting to hear him speak about the music and how he was inspired by the music. The music was very important to him and he knew the chords that were played throughout the entire film. I also liked how he performed the music, it was very energetic and he did a great job with the technique and melody of the songs. He did a great job of playing the instrument and he played very well. The only thing I did not like was that he didn't show the music differently, but I understand why. The film is very intense and has some really powerful and shocking moments and that's something that the music really shines in. The way that they put the music into the film was very good, the music wasn't over the top. I really liked the way that they put the music into the film, because I think that it was something that was very important to the story and the way that they played the music was something that was very important to the story. If you're a fan of music and you're looking for a film that's a little more personal and dark than the average movie, I would definitely recommend you to see this film. I really enjoyed it and it made me think about how music is important to me. I really enjoyed this film and I think that it is one of the best films I've seen this year.

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A massive effort to put together a documentary film about The Beatles. The film is pretty entertaining and it's fun to watch. This film is edited in a way that makes it more like a documentary and gives it a deeper meaning than a bunch of old rock songs. The documentary runs pretty smoothly. It's a good thing that the film is made with this level of accuracy. In this film, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who and David Bowie were all seen. The documentary does a good job of showing all of these famous musicians performing in one place. It also shows the music from the musicians and it gives a more real sense of what music is like. The film also shows how these musicians went on to perform in other groups. It also shows a lot of interviews and backstage footage of all of the famous musicians. The documentary also tells the story of how these musicians formed The Beatles. There's a lot of material that is not shown in the film. One of the most interesting parts of the film is a discussion of how The Beatles came to form The Beatles. The documentary also tells the story of The Beatles and their influence on the music industry. The documentary does a good job of showing the history of The Beatles. It also shows how The Beatles influenced the music industry. The documentary also shows that The Beatles influenced the music industry. I liked the documentary. It was good and it was interesting. It is pretty fun to watch. This film is more accurate than just listening to music and seeing what the artists look like. I recommend this film.

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Randy B.

I found this documentary very moving, and I was very impressed with how well the creators of the film went about making the movie, but I still felt that the lack of music on the soundtrack was somewhat unnecessary. For example, when Mimi told John that she was going to be with him for the rest of her life, I thought it was a very good idea that he brought some music into the movie to let us hear her singing. However, if you're looking for the soundtrack, then you'll be disappointed because most of the music in this film was not produced by Mimi (and none of the songs are the ones on the soundtrack). But still, it's a good documentary to watch, and I'm glad that the people involved in making the movie had the guts to make it so they could share their story and personal experiences. It's also a shame that they didn't include the music, because I think it would have been very important to the entire family.

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Lisa B.

I first heard about the Liam Ennis death in an interview with MTV. After that, I read the article, it was devastating to read, and I thought it would be impossible to portray the complete tragedy that was portrayed. So I have just finished watching it, and I have to say that the documentary is amazing, and I don't think I would have been able to watch it, if it weren't for the news articles. I would have been far more disappointed, if I had not heard about it, and if it hadn't been for that, it would not have been possible to watch it, and now I know what happened to Liam Ennis, so I will definitely watch the rest of it, and I think that it was very important for the news to get this right. I think it is important to include that in the documentary, because I believe that this is the way that it will be remembered, so that we can truly understand the impact this had on all of us. I have read many comments on the documentary, and most of them have said that it is biased, or not the truth, or that it is just a bunch of people making money. I think that they have got it wrong, and I am sure that everyone has got the real story of the situation, as it happened. If you have not seen the documentary, go and watch it, it is definitely a good one, and I think that it is worth a watch, and I think that everyone should watch it.

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After reading through the reviews for this film, I'm wondering why there are so many of them. I'm an actual music journalist and fan of country music, and the film is great. In a way it is so much more than a music documentary. For starters, the cast is stellar. For example, I am not a fan of some of the singers in this film. Not that I think they are bad, just that I am not a big fan of theirs. Then, I will say that the editing is quite good, because of that it gets you from start to finish. The actors themselves are actually doing a great job. These are the people you are seeing on the screen. I also enjoyed the fact that they have been given the opportunity to sing a few of their songs and that is something that has never been done before. This gives a very accurate view of what they must have been feeling at that time. I found myself really liking the cast, especially the guys who are actually playing the instruments. It is funny to hear them react to the camera. The acting is a lot of what makes this documentary so great. The characters in this film are real people, and you get to really feel for them. There are several interesting side stories to the film. The entire time I was watching, I was thinking about it. I'm not a big fan of awards, but for this film to win at the Oscars, is really something. I was really impressed with how honest and truthful this film is. You actually get to see real people tell you the truth. There are a few points where it makes you question the characters and how they feel about what is going on around them, but the film does a really good job at showing the way things were. Overall, I really enjoyed this film and I hope it gets released to DVD soon.

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David R.

After a very positive reaction to my previous review on the official website, i decided to write a more serious one. This was one of the most unexpected and fascinating movies i have seen. The viewer's reaction to the movie was very touching. The movie opened the doors to the world of Terence Rattigan, the man behind the Mask and the last band in the world. And this has already given the viewer the opportunity to discover how many of the masks were in fact Terence Rattigan's own creations. I hope the next project from Terence Rattigan will be more fun and less serious, but that would be impossible with the film itself.