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Burn the Stage: The Movie

Burn the Stage: The Movie is a movie starring R.M., Jin, and Ho-seok Jung. A documentary following the worldwide famous music group BTS, as they tour the world and share their experience along with their beloved band friends and...

Other Titles
Burn the Stage - The Movie, Burn the stage: La película, Burn the Stage: the Movie, Burn The Stage. The movie, Burn The Stage, Sân Khấu Ánh Sáng, Burn the Stage: La película, Burn the Stage: O Filme
Running Time
1 hours 24 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Music, Documentary
Jun-Soo Park
Ho-seok Jung, Jin, Suga, R.M.
South Korea
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

The Movie is the first movie from BTS, going behind-the-scenes of the BTS WINGS TOUR to reveal the full story of the band's meteoric rise to fame. This unmissable cinema event provides an intimate look at what happens when the most successful global boyband of all time breaks down barriers and invades the mainstream music scene. Exclusive tour footage and brand-new one-on-one interviews with BTS members give fans an unprecedented glimpse into their lives and an opportunity for everyone to celebrate together in movie theaters worldwide.

Comments about music «Burn the Stage: The Movie» (14)

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Justin C.

The movie starts off with a nice introduction of the band, the members and their music. But the movie never really gets into the music. It focuses on the members of the band and their relationship with each other. The movie goes on to show their past and how they started the band. They went through a lot of trouble to get the band going. I liked the way they portrayed the band. The members of the band were very likable and believable. The movie was pretty good and kept me interested. The only problem I had was the movie would have been better with a few more songs in it. I think it would have helped the movie. Overall, I enjoyed the movie and would recommend it to anyone who is a fan of the band. It was good. 7/10

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Billy Romero

The most recent documentary on the legendary band Led Zeppelin was released in 2013. The movie is about the band's long-lasting career, their music, their ups and downs, their controversies, and the many people who have been involved with their music. The movie is well-done, with great music, great interviews, and a lot of footage from the band's concerts. The movie is more about the music than the band, and does a great job at showing the concerts in a different light. The movie does a great job at showing the band members as people, not just as a band. The band members are interviewed in great detail, and have great insight into the music. This movie is well worth seeing, as it is a great way to see the band, their music, and their life. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in the band. I give the movie a 7/10.

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Edward Gray

It's a great documentary for musicians of all kinds. All the musicians are on stage, performing their songs. It's more than just watching the concert, you get to hear them talk about their experiences and thoughts while they are playing. It's a great way to get a real sense of what it's like to play a concert. As a musician myself, I loved it, especially the discussions about the ideas behind the songs. I can't wait to see it again.

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This is an excellent documentary about one of the greatest rock bands in history. It has everything from backstage stories, interviews, and behind the scenes footage, to which gives a behind the scenes view of what made the band the powerhouse that it was. They also talk about the public's reaction to the band. You get to see how they perform live and what happens backstage. You also get to hear from the band themselves about their past, present, and future. A very interesting documentary.

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this is a very important documentary about a very important rock band. it tells the stories of the band's history and how it was taken over by a big label and how the band suffered. most of the interviews are with the band, and many are live. most of the music is in the documentary. it's a must see. a must buy!

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Roger S.

This documentary is a mix of old footage and interviews with the band. It shows how the band had a very low budget and what they did to make it happen. The documentary is very interesting and well done, although it doesn't cover the whole history of the band. I would recommend this to fans of the band.

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Terry C.

I am so happy to have seen this on DVD. My last movie I saw was The Blob. I was really surprised to see this documentary about the film. The movie itself was very good, but it was too short. I like documentaries that are a lot longer. So this documentary covers the first year of the band, from the birth of Ian to the point when they were doing the film. It was very well done, very well made. The documentary covers every aspect of the band, from the band, to their manager. The movie itself is very accurate, with interviews from all of the band members, and they had to answer questions from fans from around the world. There is a lot of humor, and music and life in this movie, and you really have to listen to the movie to get all of it. I am so happy that I found this on DVD, it is well worth the price of the DVD. The music in this movie was amazing, the music was great, and the music is the best part of the movie. The band did a great job, but Ian was the best. I'm really glad that they did a movie on the band. It is a great movie, and I would recommend this movie to anyone, you'll be amazed at the movie, you will like the music, and you will love the band. I would give this movie a 10 out of 10. There is really a lot of great stuff in this movie, I hope you will check it out. I hope you enjoy the movie.

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John S.

A must see for any enthusiast of 70's, 80's, 90's or New Wave music. Great soundtrack and fun to listen to. Don't miss it!

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Kevin A.

The documentary 'Burn the Stage: The Movie' is an incredibly intimate look at the life and career of legendary stage and film actor, George Burns. The film chronicles the life of Burns from his childhood to his death in 1991. The film is beautifully shot, and features many famous actors including, Danny De Vito, Bill Murray, Tommy Lee Jones, Jason Robards, and Tom Hanks. The film covers Burns' early life, his career, and his relationship with his wife, Helen Burns, and children. It also shows the early days of the film industry, and the early days of the Hollywood film industry. The film is a very intimate look at the life and career of one of the most prolific and iconic actors of the twentieth century. It is a great documentary, and an important one to watch. It is a wonderful look at a legendary actor's life and career, and a wonderful look at a Hollywood legend.

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Jacqueline Pearson

Wow! What a ride. Just one of those documentaries that makes you feel like you are right there with the people. Never seen a film like this before. A must-see for anyone interested in music, history, culture, politics, or just about anything. This is the first movie I have ever seen that I actually cared about. I felt as if I was there with them. The documentary tells the story of Tommy, the leader of the N.W.A. crew, from the day they were hired, to the moment they were fired. Then it tells the story of the whole "Beatlemania" era of the 1980s. Everything is beautifully shot. The production design and photography are amazing. The acting and writing are superb. It is a great story about a group of people, who were all very different, but who all had one thing in common. Their music. I don't know how the movie came to be, but it definitely shows the movie industry that a documentary must have a very good story to be a hit. It also shows that you can have a movie be about music, history, politics, and culture, and it will be a hit. This is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen.

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I'm not a big fan of the music of The Smiths, but I was surprised at how much they managed to make me feel about their music. They are not my favorite band, but I do like them, and I can appreciate their music. I thought that this documentary would be about how the band managed to survive, but it's more about how they have managed to make music. It's like a road trip, where they get to experience what it's like to make music, and how they make it, and how they manage to keep their band together. It's a good documentary, but it's not a great documentary. It's a good documentary that is a little bit overrated.

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I just finished watching the original show and I was blown away by the performances, the storylines, and the how the story was told. I was a fan of the original, but when I heard they were doing a movie, I couldn't wait. I finally saw it today, and it was everything I hoped it would be. The performances were outstanding, the direction was fantastic, the music was great, and the costumes were incredible! I was really excited to see this movie and I am so glad that I saw it! If you are a fan of the original, or a fan of the musical, you will love this movie! If you have never seen the original, or have not seen the original, see this movie! I have been looking forward to seeing this movie for a while, and I cannot wait to see it.

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Ashley P.

This is a must see documentary about the working-class life of the British in the 70s, which was brought up with a soundtrack of the era. This music is a vital part of the soundtrack and the videos feature footage from both BBC and BBC World Service. What made it so special was that it was filmed by the BBC, and the material was also shot on the BBC's own sets, which is the best way to get a sense of the 70s. The BBC's used a lot of the material and the result is a documentary that is surprisingly authentic, with footage of the BBC from the 70s, BBC World Service, and other BBC content. This documentary is a must see for anyone who's interested in the music, the people involved, or just a fan of the BBC, as well as anyone who has a fondness for the era.

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Jean Meyer

I would have rated this film a 9.5 if it had come out during the 90's. This documentary on the music of Talking Heads is a must see, and I'm glad I got the opportunity to see it. The film starts off in the 60's with the band, as they are still working their way up the ladder, with members of the band who have become famous in their own right, such as guitarist (and co-founder of the Talking Heads, in actuality) John Darnielle. Some of the musicians in the band are Dave Grohl, Nick Cave, Billy Bragg, and the 'Morris' brothers, Bill and Roy Morris. The film runs the gamut of the band's musical influences and their impact on modern music, from J. D. Salinger to a guy named Moby. The film also covers the band's early stages, the second album, the band's journey into the glam rock era, the first time they played a concert in the States, and much more. While it's a little more complex than most of the documentaries out there, it's definitely worth your time. And for fans of the band, I highly recommend you check this one out. All in all, I would say that it's definitely worth your time. 10/10