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Bad Reputation

Bad Reputation is a movie starring Eric Ambel, Billie Joe Armstrong, and Gene Baur. Documentary about rock star Joan Jett.

Other Titles
Joan Jett: Bad Reputation
Running Time
1 hours 33 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Biography, Music
Director
Kevin Kerslake
Writer
Joel Marcus
Actors
Eric Ambel, Rodney Bingenheimer, Gene Baur, Billie Joe Armstrong
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Documentary about rock star Joan Jett.

Comments about documentary «Bad Reputation» (8)

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Doris Chapman

I didn't know a lot about a lot of rap artists before this documentary. I've listened to some of them and was blown away by some of them. My first introduction to Kendrick Lamar was by Kendrick Lamar and I was blown away by him. I was also blown away by a lot of other artists in the genre. The only thing that kept me from being blown away was that I didn't know too much about them. I was lucky enough to be introduced to Snoop Dogg, Notorious B.I.G. and Cypress Hill. I was excited to hear more about the other artists. One of the things that made this documentary special was that the directors, directors, and producers of this documentary actually did some research on the artists. One of the things that really surprised me about the documentary was the number of artists that were featured. In the beginning of the documentary, the producers talked about the artists and they talked about what they were up to. They didn't try to showcase the artists as much as they tried to focus on the musicians. Most of the artists are very talented. If you're not into hip hop music then this documentary won't do it for you. It's very interesting to hear what they have to say about their music. Kendrick Lamar really surprised me in the documentary. He had a lot of funny stories and he really made me understand more about what he was doing in the music industry. He is such a talented artist and it's very rare to find a rapper who has this much talent. The producers also talked about how much they like Kendrick Lamar and how it's not the type of music he does but he's really good at it. They really enjoyed the music and the man himself made the music and the documentary really shows that. I would recommend this documentary to anyone. It is very unique to hear artists talk about themselves and what they do and what makes them who they are.

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Hannah W.

Truly one of the best documentaries I have ever seen, a must see for all documentary lovers.

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Andrea Porter

Love Live! School idol project, I just cannot let this go. My first time watching a feature length film in HD was.I just cannot let this go. I think it's wonderful that everyone is getting it, and it is wonderful that they're getting it. I can't wait for this to come out on DVD. I just can't let this go. This is everything a music project should be, brilliant, inspiring, and I just can't let this go.

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Timothy B.

Likable, handsome, talented, obviously intelligent, and above all interested in music. But I can't say I agree with the notion of him getting punked on the streets in New York City. Let me state, I have never been a fan of any of these guys. But this one is just so very interesting. I've always wondered if it was just a matter of getting arrested for "terrorism" that made them think he was a terrorist. It is very rare for someone like this to go to jail. I guess, I just can't get over the fact that he got arrested. Anyway, I really can't wait to see this movie again. It will be the first time I've been able to see it since 1988, and I've been in college for over 40 years now. If you're into punk music, this is a must-see.

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Janet

The world of teen rock can be one of the most powerful and significant experiences a person can have in their life. I highly recommend this documentary as it will send you down a path that will remain with you for the rest of your life. If you have ever believed that people were out to get you, you will understand this documentary. The fact that there are a lot of us out there who love our music and want to make it big and make it happen and live for it. People who didn't like it then and then you don't like it now, now you see it in a different light and that is what this documentary is about. It is a documentary that will make you appreciate it again and will make you want to fight for what you love. The film makers of this documentary were able to capture the essence of rock and roll and rock n roll. It is a way of life that is hard to break into and to find, but it is more than just the music that we play. It is about the people that have made the music what it is, the love and commitment that goes into it. It is a beautiful thing that a lot of people have not noticed, but it is a thing that everyone should know. This documentary will make you realize that you are never alone, that everyone cares about you. And that you are loved and that you will always be loved. The film makers are doing a great job capturing the essence of rock n roll and it is a movie that you should have seen.

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Deborah L.

I didn't want to go to see this movie because I had heard so many bad things about it. But I went anyway. I was blown away. The movie kept me engaged throughout. It was an insight into a true story and was quite humorous. I was also extremely moved by the poor, oppressed environment where the two young girls were raised. They have found the most loving and caring parents in the world. They grew up in poverty and were often exposed to violence and abuse. Now they are able to use their dreams and intelligence to create a better life for themselves and their family. They did not become famous stars in order to make themselves feel good about themselves. They started out as young dancers but continued to study until they graduated. They did this not for the recognition of their talent, but for their own selfish reasons. When they found their true love, they continued to learn how to dance. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about the problems of poverty in Africa. I think people need to see this movie more often to realize that poverty is not a good thing for anyone. We need to learn that the only way to make a difference is by helping others and by helping to do something for the people in need.

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Megan Foster

A great documentary. The film is divided into the time period of the band's rise to fame and the period of their fall to obscurity. It covers how they are depicted in music magazines, their early rise and fall, the feud with their manager, the demise of the band and their new album. The film also covers the band members' personal lives, and how they each dealt with the adversity of fame. It is a very entertaining film that will keep you entertained for several hours.

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Teresa Price

This film is probably the best documentary I've seen in a long time. It is a great look into the life of an American band and the way they dealt with their music. The movie is shot in a way that is almost documentary-like, with interviews with various members of the band, a lot of different songs that are played and other music. I think that the best part of the film is the way that the interviews are done, which give us the inside look at the band, as well as the people involved in it. The film is pretty short, but it is so well put together that you won't want to miss a moment. The music is great, and it gives us a feel for what the band is like. It also has some great songs, as well. I recommend this film to anyone who loves music, as well as anyone who loves to be entertained.