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Western Stars

Western Stars is a movie starring Patti Scialfa and Bruce Springsteen. Live concert performance of Bruce Springsteen singing songs from his album 'Western Stars'.

Running Time
1 hours 23 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Music
Director
Thom Zimny, Bruce Springsteen
Actors
Bruce Springsteen, Patti Scialfa
Country
USA
Year
2019
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Live concert performance of Bruce Springsteen singing songs from his album 'Western Stars'.

Comments about documentary «Western Stars» (18)

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Jeremy Henderson

I saw this film at the Toronto International Film Festival this past spring. It was one of the most rewarding experiences I've had in the film industry. It was very enlightening to watch the range of film cultures that exist, how they may be viewed by outsiders and how they could reflect what they find worthy of their time. I am thankful that I got to attend the festival, and that I did not have to pay for the ticket price, as I would have if I was attending in person. I've heard of some people having problems getting their tickets, and that is obviously a problem. I can understand that. But if you can, go and see this film. You won't regret it. This is one of those films that will speak to you as a person. It's a great way to learn about people who come from other cultures and experiences. It is a great way to learn about how the world is represented in the media and how the movies we make are the media we're presented to. I believe that the film is great and I would recommend it to anyone. It is not something that should be missed. The audience I saw it with was completely focused on the film, and they enjoyed it immensely. I think that this film is not only a great film to view, but it will help you understand how different cultures view movies and how different perspectives of the world are portrayed.

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Kevin M.

I am a huge music fan, and this documentary is just a great way to get a good look at what makes a band "rock." I think the band, NIN, is a great example of a band that did not have much money, but it was just a good, fun, good time. If you have never heard of the band, go out and buy their CD or their CD, and you will not be disappointed. I hope that this documentary will be a success in the theatres. I would not pay to see this in the movie theatre, but I think it should be on TV. And if you don't have the money to go to the movies, then why not watch this documentary? This documentary should be seen by everyone.

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Stephen

I had a chance to watch the DVD of "Cavemen of the Apocalypse" last night. I was blown away by the depth of the film. It is both a documentary on the history of the game and a look at the men who play it. They are people who want to go to the mountains and experience something different. They want to be able to say they were there and that they were part of the experience. The men in the film are just as passionate as the players. This is a true story. There are no embellished accounts. The men are the real deal. The film is very moving and there are some very moving moments. I highly recommend it.

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Nicole B.

I love this movie, it's very well done, and the soundtrack is absolutely perfect. What really drew me to the movie was the fact that the filmmakers obviously put a lot of care and effort into it. There is so much emotion behind every minute of it. The live music that's on display, the passion of a band that is certainly not on the same level as the Foo Fighters, the talented young band that comes out of nowhere and changes the face of music forever, and of course, the young man who started it all. I think that the live concerts that this movie features are the most underrated in the history of music. I think it's about time that a movie captures live music in such a way that it's enjoyable for everyone, and to think that people actually put their hearts and soul into it. This movie truly is a masterpiece, and I would highly recommend it to anyone that wants to see a more in-depth look at a very important part of our lives. If you want to experience something that's really emotional, you'll love this movie, but if you want a good rockumentary about music, this movie is perfect.

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Michael Edwards

I was so impressed with the documentary on the founding of Motown, I thought I would add my comments on this, and this is my first post on IMDb. I am a music fan, and I really love this film. I am not a musician, but I really loved the documentary, and the interviewees were very interesting. It was very entertaining and informative, and I recommend it to anyone who is a music fan. If you are not a music fan, you may find it a bit confusing, but I think it is important to understand the history of Motown. If you are not a fan of Motown, it is good to know that it is a classic. I thought the interviews with the musicians were very interesting, and I am sure that most of the music fans out there are familiar with the music of the band, the Fab Four. I think the documentary was great, and I can't wait to see it again, but I am not a musician, and I have no idea what the Beatles were thinking when they created the music of the Fab Four. If you are a musician, I think you will love this documentary. I am very happy that I saw it, and I hope it makes it to DVD.

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Emma Berry

The documentary "Facing the Giants" follows the fortunes of a group of young, talented, and aspiring musicians. Some of them are playing professionally, some are just starting out. The film follows them from their first gigs in front of small crowds to their careers and their musical influences. The film focuses on the growth of their careers, their influences, and their personal struggles. It also highlights the struggles that some of the young musicians have had with their careers. It also covers the experiences of some of the musicians, their music, and their personal lives. The film was extremely well done and well worth watching.

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Joyce

I really enjoyed this movie. As a photographer myself, I liked that it was basically about myself. I thought it was great that the filmmakers were not trying to tell us how the different groups look. They just showed us the different people who are involved with them. In this day and age, we are all so aware of the media and what they have to say, and what they have to do to get attention. In the beginning, you could tell that this film would not be about photography, but rather it would be about different groups in the movement. The directors were very accurate in describing the pictures, and in the interviews, they were very honest. I really liked this movie, and I would recommend it to anyone who has not seen it.

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Nancy

In this film, the crew of the "Seven Days in May" are interviewed about their experiences in the days leading up to the St. Louis World's Fair in 1904. The documentary also features interviews with some of the people that made this film possible. The film is pretty interesting, and the performances are pretty great. This is a film that I think should be on the top 250 list. It is definitely worth watching.

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Kathleen B.

I recently saw this film at the Toronto Film Festival and I was left with a deep feeling of gratitude to those involved with making this film. The characters, the music, the setting, the talent, all were very well done. I loved the movie, the story, the music, and I even had tears in my eyes during the credits. I highly recommend this film, and I will be purchasing the soundtrack. Thank you all for this film!

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George

I've always been a fan of the band, and this documentary did an excellent job of showing me why they were so great. As a fan of their music, it was very moving to see how much they meant to me. The band had a huge impact on my life and I hope that this documentary will help other people to see the true meaning of music. I think the best part of the documentary was the interview with the band, who really spoke about their lives and how they felt about their band. There were some very touching moments in the film, and I thought that this documentary did an excellent job of showing the band's true feelings. I highly recommend this documentary to everyone who is a fan of the band, or someone who has an interest in music.

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Dorothy Martinez

I have never heard of this film, but I'm a fan of the band. This documentary takes a look at their early years, and the ups and downs of their career. It shows you the highs and the lows. This film has a great cast of musicians, and the best music ever recorded. It's a real joy to watch. I'm a fan of this band and I hope you will enjoy this film as much as I did.

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Tyler S.

I found this movie to be so refreshing. It's not so much an interview as it is a dialogue that allows the listener to pick up on the voice-overs and get a sense of what's going on. This has always been my favorite aspect of Michael Jackson's movies and this is no exception. I'm not sure what the hell this is supposed to be about, but it's entertaining enough to keep you occupied and I loved the stuff that he did not say. I also loved that he talked about his first encounter with pop group the Turtles and how the Teenagers became the movie's greatest inspiration. This is definitely a film that will stick with you long after you see it. It's not Oscar material, but I don't think it needs to be. It is a film that the kids and the adult will enjoy. I definitely recommend it and can't wait for it to come out on DVD.

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Dennis H.

From the moment that I walked into the theater I was the most excited. It was a show that had no known stars. Even the background music, at first, was a little on the off note, but I could get over it. The movie started and I felt like I was on a stage and not on the screen. The movie was about the love of a music teacher, Claire Jo and music, a joy to me. She is a woman who is much loved by her students and is a real teacher. She is a woman who has very strong faith and shows it. I could relate to her and I felt the love and the strength of her character. There was nothing about her that would not help me to be happy. I did not know about this woman, the first time I saw her in the theater, and I did not care. I knew this movie was going to be amazing, because I was going to love it. I loved the energy of the show and I loved the music. I loved the performances and I loved the cast. It was everything I could have wanted. The director, Sam Abrams, did an excellent job. He took the energy and excitement that I felt as a young person and put it into the movie. He made the movie for me. When it was over I felt as if I had just gotten an amazing ticket. I felt as though I had been in a theater full of people who loved music and I was going to be able to meet them. I felt as if I had made a connection with everyone and I was going to be able to connect with them. I will never forget the whole show. I am not going to lie, the emotions I felt were strong and moving. I am so glad that this movie had a great show and I have never been in a theater that felt this good. I am so happy that this movie has made me so proud. If you want to experience the love and the passion of a beautiful movie, go see "Music and Lyrics" or "Music, Love and Life." I recommend it highly. This movie is a joy to watch and I will continue to be the most excited person to ever walk through the halls of the local art house. I will never forget this. Thank you to Sam Abrams for doing this for me.

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Victoria

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) made a TV documentary about two American musicians, Linda Ronstadt and Rod Stewart, and their friendship in the 1970's. They met when the drummer of a folk band with a lot of American influences died in an accident. Since they were still in school, they started going to the small town of Castlegard, Canada, to study and make music together. After a while, Rod became very close to Linda and, while Rod was more interested in his music, he was still very much in love with Linda. In the documentary, Linda explains that he and Rod did not like to use the word "fag" or "sissy" in the group. But at the same time, Rod's first wife died and Linda had to give up on marriage and started a long relationship with a college student. They eventually got married, but the marriage ended after Rod was diagnosed with cancer. When Rod died, he was planning on going to Europe to perform and Linda ended up having to travel to New York to give her last concert with the group. This documentary is very touching. It shows you the dedication and passion of the Rod Stewart's, and their friendship. You see how they meet, what they learn from each other, and you also see their hardships. You also see how they reach their goals and how they make music together. It shows you how this friendship has changed them, and that it can be a good thing for a lot of people, including the world. It shows you the ups and downs and the struggles they had to overcome, and how it can be an excellent thing. This documentary is really a great lesson, and it shows you that friendship can help you achieve your goals, even when you don't like each other. I think this documentary is great. I think it is very heartwarming, and it shows the struggles of the two musicians and their friendship. This is a good film and I recommend that you watch this. 9/10

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Dennis Alexander

The film is a superb look at the life of the blues, the legendary, "Southern Rock and Roll." The performances are outstanding, especially from Lyle Lovett, Glen Campbell, and the always hilarious Steve Guttenberg. The music is amazing, and is a great part of the story. I give this film a 10 out of 10.

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Beverly M.

I had been very concerned about my boys age, my son (9) was not excited to see the film. But after he saw it I saw the film and he went crazy. He is now 19 and a regular theatre goer. He likes American movies, Japanese movies, and musicals. He knows all the songs of the "Great War" (WWI) musicals. He likes the songs of the "War is the Way" Broadway musical, and sings them all. The next day, after a nap, he told me, "All I ever wanted to see is a movie, and this is it!" And my heart was filled with tears. I am not a great fan of war movies but I can say that "Gone with the Wind" is one of the best movies I have seen. It was not made for kids, it is a drama/love story. But it is very true and very true to life. It shows that war is not a big disaster, and the people who die were not lost or died from illness or anything. It shows that we don't need a war to make a difference, we have the right to make a difference and even more. The special effects are good, especially the sound effects for the bullets. I love the music and all the music from the "Great War". I have not seen "Gone with the Wind" for 15 years and still I am very interested in hearing it. I am still waiting for the DVD of the movie to come out. I hope that this movie will be as good as it was. I do not understand all the negative comments. I loved this movie and I am very pleased that it will be getting more attention. This is what I have always wanted, a movie that will make people feel what I felt in the theater, the emotion of a big war. Thank you everyone who voted, especially the reviewers who voted below 10. I hope that you enjoyed this movie as much as I did. The "Great War" is the best war movie I have ever seen.

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George R.

I was quite saddened to see that the director, the cinematographer, the producer, the PR person and so many others involved in the making of this film were not even nominated for an Oscar, let alone win. It was not a typical Oscar, but it was no slouch either, either. What they did do was edit out a bunch of stuff that made no sense in the context of the film. And I think that was part of the reason that it was so successful, and I'm glad to see it. However, it is worth noting that this is not the first time that a mainstream film has been made with certain editing, and it's not the first time that film makers have been somewhat criticized for it. So please don't take this too seriously, but don't miss this one. It's worth seeing.

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Harry Brewer

I love Paul Walker. I've been a fan of his for a long time. He was in a lot of the best movies ever made. It was kind of cool to see him in a documentary. I thought it was a very interesting movie, with interesting interviews. I wish it had been longer. The featurette of Paul Walker talking about his life and career in music was really interesting. Paul is a very great guy, who is at peace with himself and loves music. He has some very good stories about the people that he worked with and the music he made. It is very interesting to hear his voice, and to see him have an incredible career. He was one of the greatest stars of the early 90s. It was also really cool to see some of the famous people that worked with him. He was really smart. He had great stories about getting his clothes for the movies. The way he said he made his clothes was really funny. He also talked about some of the people he worked with, like Eminem and Bobby Ray, and how they helped him with the music he made. He is a really great person, and I'm glad he's finally starting to get a lot of recognition. This documentary was really interesting and well done.