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Asbury Park: Riot, Redemption, Rock & Roll

Asbury Park: Riot, Redemption, Rock & Roll is a movie starring Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt. A documentary outlining the story of a town once troubled by social tensions that makes a powerful comeback and reunites...

Other Titles
Asbury Park: Riot Redemption Rock 'n Roll, Asbury Park: Lotta, redenzione, rock and roll, Asbury Park: Riot, Redemption, Rock 'N Roll, Asbury Park - Riot, Redemption, Rock N Roll
Running Time
1 hours 56 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Music
Tom Jones
Steven Van Zandt, Bruce Springsteen
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A documentary outlining the story of a town once troubled by social tensions that makes a powerful comeback and reunites community through music.

Comments about documentary «Asbury Park: Riot, Redemption, Rock & Roll» (15)

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Johnny J.

I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm a huge fan of The Beatles. I also love the music of the 60's. I think the film was great. I think the guys were great and the music was great. The thing that I was a bit disappointed in was the fact that they didn't really make the movie about the band. They made the movie about the guys. I was really disappointed in that aspect. It would have been nice if they had made the movie about the band, but I guess they just didn't have the budget to do it. But the music was amazing, and the movie was great. It's a great movie, and I recommend it to anyone who likes The Beatles. It's not the greatest movie ever, but it's a great movie.

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The music of this documentary is wonderful, but the subject matter itself is not the focus. What really shines is the vivid recreation of the 1980's in New Jersey. The dialogue is also wonderful, and the music is excellent. The highlight of the movie is the performance of "The Man Comes Around" by the Mothers of Invention. It's a truly beautiful and poignant song that captures the essence of the music and the period. I recommend this film highly.

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William Cunningham

I was excited to see this film because of the great bands it featured, but it was more of a documentary than a film. I'm not saying it's bad, but it's not the kind of film you'd want to show to your kids. I would recommend this film to someone who wants to know more about the musicians who inspired or influenced the music they grew up with. I'd recommend this film to people who like a little history, but don't have a lot of patience.

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Douglas Walters

I had the good fortune to see this film at the New York Film Festival, and I must say I was very impressed. While there are some pretty harsh comments about the film, the film is an incredibly honest account of the last few years of The Cramps, and it's an honest film for the most part. The film is mostly funny, and while some of the material is funny, it is mostly emotional. It's not a perfect film, but it is certainly worth watching. Some of the material is a bit off-the-wall, but it's not for those who are easily offended. It is a documentary, and the director does an amazing job at telling his story. The interviews are great, and the film really shows the personal story behind the band, and how the band changed over time. It is also a great story of the success of the band, as it shows that a band can be successful with very little money, and it is one of the reasons they were able to keep the band together. The band did try to go on tour with very little money, but it ended up failing, and they decided to disband. Some of the members of the band are now dead, and it is very sad. Overall, I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn about the Cramps, and the band that started it all.

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Richard R.

Like most bands, the Rolling Stones are considered to be a classic rock band. But they don't have the same level of popularity as the Beatles or the Rolling Stones, which explains why a lot of people like them, but don't really like them. But, in a way, that's not fair. These guys are rock and roll legends, and deserve to be celebrated. In the early 1960s, the Rolling Stones were one of the biggest bands in the world. They released some of the most popular rock and roll albums of the era. Like any other rock band, the Stones were known for their flashy stage shows and eye-popping costumes. The Rolling Stones were also famous for their outrageous humor. One of the Stones' famous quotes, "I can't play the guitar, I'm afraid of it," was actually a quote from a young child. The Stones made a lot of money in the early 1960s, and they had a lot of money. The Stones toured the world, with tour buses filled with people. They also had a lot of money for the equipment they used. So, if you're a rock fan, this documentary will give you a good idea of what it was like to be a rock and roll band in the 1960s. The documentary focuses on the band members, not the music. It's mostly about their lives, not the music. This documentary doesn't dwell on the band members. It focuses on the music, which is the main focus. The documentary is well made, and I think it's well worth watching.

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I have been interested in punk rock since I was about ten years old and I am always glad to see documentaries on the subject. I am surprised at how little I knew about this band. I have been searching for a few years to find out what their fans were saying about them, and I had to re-watch this film to see what I had missed the first time. I have to say that I was very impressed with the documentary. The subjects interviewed were very interesting and had great stories to tell. I have to say that the music is more than just a soundtrack to the documentary, and it is more than just a rock documentary. This film gives us the background of the band's history, as well as the current status of the band. I hope that it is released on DVD in the near future. I also hope that it will be shown in more colleges and universities because it is very important to have a good history of music. The documentary also tells us the reasons behind the band's breakup and why they are fighting to get back together. The band is back together and on tour. I hope that it will be released soon and that it will be shown in more colleges and universities. I have been a huge fan of this band since I was about ten years old and I have been looking for a good documentary on the band and their history for a long time. I am so glad that I found it. I hope that I can find more documentaries on the band and on the history of punk rock in general. I hope that more people will be able to watch this documentary because it is very important.

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I've heard that this documentary is going to be good. Well, it's not really a documentary but more of a music festival with the usual documentary style stuff. I can't say I enjoyed it as much as I expected. I found it a little boring. I also found it very hard to watch the music. I thought they were all really good. The one that I thought was the best was probably the one from Bon Jovi. I thought that the other bands were pretty good, too. I'm not sure if it's just me, but I thought the documentary style was a little boring.

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Joan R.

While it is certainly a moving film, this documentary is not really for everyone. If you're looking for a more graphic account of the drug-induced riots in Asbury Park, I suggest you seek out a more popular documentary such as "White Chicks" or "Super Troopers" (also produced by the same team). The film is also not really for those who are looking for a documentary about the RCA Band. While I was not a big fan of the RCA Band, I do think that they were a great group and the documentary does not misrepresent the band in any way. If you are a big fan of the RCA Band, I think you'll enjoy the documentary. If you're looking for a more factual account of the riot, I suggest you look at the film "I'm Not There" or "Rock and Roll Riot".

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Donna Burke

In my opinion, this is a great documentary about one of the most important bands of the 70s, The Who. The documentary focuses on the band's rise to fame, their struggle with drugs, and their musical career. They are at their peak when they are making the album "Revolver" and are at their lowest point when they are doing the "Demented" album. The documentary is also about their drug and sex addiction problems, and how they deal with it. The documentary also focuses on how the band members deal with the drug problems. The documentary also features interviews with band members and other celebrities. I loved the interviews with Jim Henson, George Harrison, and Roger Daltrey. The documentary is extremely well made and contains great music and great music. I recommend this documentary to anyone who likes The Who. It is a great documentary.

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Tammy Castro

This documentary is based on a book of the same name by Peter Bogdanovich. It's also about the last performance of Ritchie Blackmore, the legendary singer who was a fixture in the Greenwich Village scene. The documentary is split in two parts. The first part is dedicated to the album, which you can watch on YouTube. This is a real fun documentary, as it's a lot of fun to see a guy play and the interviewees are interesting and very well-spoken. It's also interesting to see a few of the people that were in the band. I have to say that I'm not a big fan of Ritchie, but I do like him. I think he was a really good singer. I think that the band's songs were all very interesting and have really stuck with me, especially "Reggae Woman" which is a really nice song. I also liked "Let's Get the Money Out" which is one of my all-time favorite songs. Overall, I think that this is a very fun documentary. The second part of the documentary is devoted to the story of the last show of Ritchie, which you can watch on YouTube. It's really interesting to see what happened during the last show. The story of Ritchie Blackmore's last show is interesting, as it's a really good story. I liked it because it's really interesting and you get to see the band on stage. The documentary is pretty good and it's worth seeing.

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Keith J.

I was very excited to watch this documentary, I love the music, and I loved the songs. The only problem I have is that the editing was terrible. The songs were cut short, and then suddenly started again. The editing was so choppy that it made the film feel like it was being edited in a slideshow. I would recommend this to anyone who likes rock music. It's a good documentary, but it would have been better if the music had been longer.

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The video for the song "It's A Man's World" was released in 1975, and was the last time that anyone in the band actually played it live. It was a departure for them, and the live version is a bit of a disappointment. The recording is far superior, and it's a treat to hear the band playing live. The band is at their best during the "Live in Memphis" show, but the rest of the performances are pretty solid. The band does a lot of improvisation on stage, and it's a great way to get their energy up. There are a few songs that are kind of standard, but most of the material is interesting. The band is certainly not a classic, but the live version is a fun listen.

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There are many memorable moments in the film, but the main story line is a bit thin. The beginning was exciting, and I was hoping that the music would get better. However, after the first five minutes, I thought it was a bit boring. The story line is very similar to The Help, and I think that The Help was a better movie. I did enjoy the movie, however, and the music was great.

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My girlfriend and I were drawn to this movie by the cover art. We were also looking for something fun to do while watching it. We ended up with this movie because it is about a band from the mid '80s that went on to make some very successful albums and sell millions of records. I was expecting to see a lot of the same clips that were in the DVD, but I was pleasantly surprised to find that there were some new ones that I had never seen before. I did have to turn it off halfway through, but that was probably because I was so eager to see it finish. I did not like the movie. The way that they showed the early music and some of the more famous songs from the band didn't do much for me. I don't really remember hearing much of the songs that were included in the DVD, and the live performances were almost all of the same songs that we heard live. I thought that the songs that were featured in the DVD were very good, but not great. I would not recommend this movie to anyone. It is a very boring movie. I think that it would be a good idea to go back and watch the band's first albums before watching this movie. It would be a good idea to watch the band's live shows and see how they did in concert. I think that this movie would have been much better had they not used the clips from the movie.

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Shirley H.

While I would not necessarily call this a documentary, I do think it is a film, as it is a compilation of archival footage that is not only fascinating, but also very revealing about the music and history of the '60s. Asbury Park: Riot, Redemption, Rock & Roll is an all-star cast of talent and is a must see for anyone who has ever loved the music of the era. It's a compelling story of the music and the life of the people who made it. It is also a fascinating look at the influence that the '60s had on the music industry, as well as on the lives of the people who lived through it. The film is presented in a number of different styles. It is presented in interviews, which is usually done by the band members themselves. The interviews are interesting, as the actors are allowed to tell their stories about their memories of the '60s and how they came to be in the band. The interviews also are not just a collection of people telling their stories, but also are a mix of other people telling their stories about the music. The interviews are the highlights of the film, as they are a mix of people, from all walks of life. The interviews are not always interesting, as they are usually one-sided and often contain very superficial information. However, the interviews are extremely entertaining as they are very revealing. They also are very revealing in how the people who were in the band were treated. They were treated like royalty. It is also interesting to see how the music industry reacted to the '60s and how the music industry reacted to the '60s. While the interviews are not always interesting, the interviews are very revealing and I would recommend this film to anyone who loves the music of the '60s. It is also very revealing and fascinating about the people who were in the band.