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40 Years in the Making: The Magic Music Movie

TV writer/producer Lee Aronsohn tracks down the scattered members of a beloved early 1970s band with the hope that, 40 years after they broke up, he can get them to play ONE LAST SHOW.

Other Titles
The Magic Music Movie
Running Time
1 hours 39 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Lee Aronsohn
Lee Aronsohn
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «40 Years in the Making: The Magic Music Movie» (10)

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Jacob Guerrero

I thoroughly enjoyed this film. The cast was superb and the timing of the pieces was perfect. I saw this film at a preview screening and loved it so much that I went to see it again today. This is a fantastic documentary. As someone who has been fortunate enough to work on a number of large musical projects, this documentary was great. It was very informative and had plenty of behind the scenes footage and interviews. I loved the candid nature of the film and the interviews were very well done. I would highly recommend this documentary to anyone who loves to hear about the work that goes into making the music in the film.

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Margaret Rodriguez

It was a truly amazing film and very much worth my time. The way it went into some of the characters who were affected by this movie was fascinating. My wife and I went to see it last night and we all were blown away by how it was so true and how it affected so many people. It is a truly remarkable film. It was a great tribute to those who lost their lives during the war, and how they came back to life and how the characters we knew were actually real. It was a wonderful experience and a very well done one. I am very glad that we went and saw it.

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Diana Webb

This is a great documentary on the music industry and the making of The Beatles. I was lucky enough to attend a screening of this documentary and was very impressed. I am a huge fan of the Beatles and have always wanted to learn more about their music. The film is filled with interviews with Beatles' manager Brian Epstein, John Lennon, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, and Paul McCartney. It also includes interviews with The Beatles' manager George Martin, and John Lennon. The film is very well done and really gives you a good understanding of how the Beatles were made. I was very impressed by this documentary. I highly recommend it.

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Lori O.

From the opening sequence to the very last scene, this is a film that will blow you away. It's a true story of a man who in the course of his life, gave nearly $100 million to the arts. This documentary, which was made with a budget of $9 million, is a one man show, director Douglas Trumbull, and the actor who plays his son, Robert De Niro. In the course of their journey, they're met with a host of musical legends, and musicals, and music historians, and even a rock band. The result is a musical biography of a man who gave almost $100 million to the arts, and for that, he will never be forgotten. It's truly one of the best documentaries I have ever seen, and one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It's a must see for any fan of the arts, or any fan of music. The film will leave you wanting to watch it over and over again. I highly recommend it to anyone.

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James L.

I was lucky enough to attend a sneak preview of this documentary. I didn't know what to expect but I was able to see it at the screening I was in. It's a very interesting film that is well-balanced and gives a great amount of insight into the creative process behind the making of the music videos for "The Edge of Seventeen". For me the best part of the film is the interviews with the musicians, the artists, the producers and the actors. It's always interesting to see the different styles of people involved in the making of a video and hearing about the different approaches that different people used to achieve their goals. The interviews were also very informative as to why people chose to make music videos in the first place. This is a very interesting documentary that I would recommend to everyone, whether you're a fan of music videos or not. I think the movie is well-done and I really enjoyed it. The director is well-versed in the world of music videos and was able to communicate the many different styles and ideas that were used in the making of the music videos. I think it was a very interesting and informative documentary.

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This is a great documentary on the making of Pink Floyd's The Wall, which was a documentary-style music video for the song "Another Brick in the Wall." It's the story of how that music video came together and was filmed. Some of the best things about this documentary are that it is very well-done, it is very well-organized, and it is very well-edited. There are some moments when the editing gets a bit messy, but there are also some really cool moments. I liked the narration, which is something that a lot of documentaries lack. There are moments where it gets repetitive, but it's very engaging. The commentary is very interesting and has some great insight into the director and the music video, as well as the actors and the other people involved in the movie. The comments are also very funny, because the director and the actor who played the main character actually say some very interesting things about their experiences with the movie. It's a very interesting documentary that I recommend to everyone. It's a great story and I recommend it to anyone who likes music or documentaries. I give it a 9/10.

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Raymond O.

This documentary is about the making of the movie "Carnage". It covers the story of how a young filmmaker went from getting the idea for the film to making it, the difficulties in filming the film, the budget, the difficulties in getting the film released, the film's success, the films struggles with censorship, the movie's successes, and the film's failure. It covers a lot of the stories that are covered in the film. It also talks about how the film has changed the way movies are made and distributed. The film is not just about the film itself, but the people involved in making it. It is a good documentary, but not the best.

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I had a chance to see this at the Portland International Film Festival and I must say I was pleasantly surprised. I was also surprised that the filmmakers were not "stealing" any scenes from other films, but were actually able to create a cohesive film that was a good mix of interviews and personal stories. There were some great insights into the world of film making, some great footage, and a few interesting facts. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who enjoys a good documentary and is looking for a different perspective.

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Carol B.

I really enjoyed this documentary. It is so heart-wrenching that the viewer is left with the feeling that the family that they have built up over the years and through the years was meant to be a family. If you are a fan of Led Zeppelin, please give this movie a chance. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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Angela K.

If I were to write a review for this film, it would be to say that it is one of the most brilliant films that I have ever seen. It is truly a love letter to the music of the 60's and the music industry. This film does a great job of showing the people who were working at the time, and how it affected them. It also highlights how great it is that we have a music industry that is very open and open to new ideas. This film is very informative and is great for people of all ages. The actors who played the characters were all great. The music was great. It is a must see for anyone that is into film, music or anything that is related to film. It is also a great movie to see with your friends or family.