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The Grateful Dead Meet-Up 2018

The 8th Annual Grateful Dead Meet-Up At The Movies featuring a screening of the Grateful Dead's July 7, 1989 performance at John F. Kennedy Stadium in Philadelphia.

Running Time
3 hours
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Music
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «The Grateful Dead Meet-Up 2018» (5)

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Michelle M.

Here's a review of the book that was released the same day as this documentary. In the book, The Grateful Dead Meet-Up is told in a chronological order, starting from the "Campfire Stories" from the band. The documentary is told in a non-chronological order, starting from the band's inception to the present day. And, it follows the band members through their careers, including their current and past projects. In this sense, it's a documentary about the band, but it's also a documentary about the rock and roll history of the 60s and 70s, in which the Grateful Dead is just a part of it. The film is narrated by Jerry Garcia, and he explains the band's beginnings, which were primarily the 70s, the band's journey through the 1970s, and the current era of the band, including their newest studio album. The documentary is a bit slow to start off with, and is not as interesting or exciting as I'd hoped. It is, however, well worth seeing. I'd recommend it to anyone who is interested in the band's career. 7/10

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Christine Baker

I am a Deadhead. So I am not a "neo-liberal" or an "activist". I am a Deadhead, and this is a film for Deadheads only. It's not meant to be a "how to" guide for "the good and the bad" of the Dead. That would be "The Life and Times of the Grateful Dead" (1976), a collection of interviews and music. It is, however, a good overview of the Dead, a sort of mini-documentary. The interviews were done by the same people who interviewed the Dead. It's a very nice mix, and it shows that the Dead were a great act. And there are many interviews, as many of the people who attended the concerts and the media are interviewed. It's a good and interesting film. I liked it, but I'm not going to see it again. The most important aspect of the film is that it was made by the Dead themselves, who, if they had kept their minds on making this documentary, they would have produced something great. I believe that it's the best way to get to know the Dead, and it shows that they were truly great. The "I want to tell you about the Dead" quotes are just a little bit cheesy, but I don't care. If you like the Dead, and you like the Dead music, you'll like this film. If you don't like the Dead, you might not. It's an opinion, so don't take it personally.

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It was really amazing. The footage was excellent, the music was good, and it was just a great time. The last concert I saw was in San Francisco in 1999. I've been to that venue on multiple occasions, and I was in awe of what I saw in the Bay Area in the late 90s and early 2000s. My friends and I were able to get tickets for the final show and the show was the best. I was in awe of the music, and it was so nostalgic. I wish I had a bigger time to remember the bands. It was a great time. I hope to see them again. There are so many bands that I would love to see, but I can't find the time to see them. This documentary will help to do that. I'd definitely recommend seeing this. It's an amazing time.

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Donald C.

I had the opportunity to see this at a music festival in Brooklyn in September. There were a few deadheads there and the whole atmosphere was electric. After the show the deadheads and I had a nice discussion on the issues surrounding the Dead and the music. I was impressed with the music and the way the music was played. There was also a lot of emotion and feelings from the deadheads that were touched by the music. This was a very different and unique experience than I was expecting. It was a beautiful concert and it was very good to see such a great show. I wish the film had a better resolution on the issues surrounding the Dead, but it is still a very interesting and worthwhile film. I have seen the documentary "The Deadites", which is also about the Dead. It is a bit more personal and was also more focused on the music. It was nice to see more of the Dead than I have ever seen. The film is excellent and I highly recommend it to everyone who is into the Dead. I hope to see a sequel to this one in the near future.

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Diana Welch

I was watching the movie "Meet The Dead: A Farewell To Kings" on a bootleg cable channel and this documentary was playing. I watched the entire thing and I was intrigued. I hadn't seen the movie and I watched the whole thing and I had to say, it was great. This documentary was not just a bunch of interviews and narration. It was about the band. The band was so different than the band we knew in the 80s. It was like it was put together and not just one person put together. The whole time I was watching it, I kept thinking about the band and thinking about the music. This documentary is for Deadheads. It's not for people who don't know the band. The documentary is not about the band. It's about the band's journey from the 80s to the 90s to the present. It's about how they came together and how they broke up and how they come together again. I highly recommend this documentary.