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Mountaintop is a movie starring John Hanlon and Neil Young. 'Mountaintop' is an unfiltered look at the process of Neil Young with Crazy Horse making their first album in 7 years. Witness the laughter, tensions, crusty attitudes and...

Other Titles
Mountaintop Sessions
Running Time
1 hours 32 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Music, Documentary
Daryl Hannah, Neil Young
John Hanlon, Neil Young
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

'Mountaintop' is an unfiltered look at the process of Neil Young with Crazy Horse making their first album in 7 years. Witness the laughter, tensions, crusty attitudes and love of a rock and roll band that's been together for 50 years.

Comments about music «Mountaintop» (14)

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I don't know about most of you, but I have no problem listening to rock music. I even enjoy a good rock opera or film with good editing. I am the type of person who would love to see many great performers performing together, especially musicians. However, the only thing I have ever seen many people say about music is "The problem is that it's so loud." I thought that I was the only one who found that comment compelling. So, to all you who liked the movie and like rock music, check out this movie. You may like it more than I did. You will be pleasantly surprised. And all you music fans, check out the movie for yourselves.

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Arthur P.

The BBC have always been one of my favorite channels. From Doctor Who to Sherlock, the BBC show a real love for science fiction. This is the third in a series about life in the 1980's punk rock scene in London, England. The film is very well done. It includes interviews with bands, bands like Black Flag, The Sex Pistols, The Clash, and The Ramones. They talk about their songs, band memberships, band's live shows, and even bands like Fall Out Boy, who is also featured in the documentary. The documentaries are great. I think if you're a fan of punk rock music or of bands like The Ramones, The Clash, or The Sex Pistols, you'll love this movie. If not, you'll probably enjoy it as a documentary.

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Diane Tran

This documentary was a very great treat for a long time. However, I'm not a fan of this kind of documentary. Because I thought that it would be a bit funny in itself, not because I was watching a documentary. The very first scene was of a guy playing a musical instrument, but I had to stop the movie because it had a scene where I couldn't enjoy this kind of movie anymore. I liked the first scene very much, but when I tried to watch the scene with a crowd of people, I couldn't watch it. Then I thought that this wasn't a good way to start, and so I watched it again. But the scene with a wedding is one of the most interesting I have ever watched in a documentary. I watched it and tried to be interesting in the movie, but it didn't work. I don't understand the reason that the director didn't find another way to put this documentary in a different way. So I think that if he wanted to do it, he could have done it in a more interesting way. I'm sure that we'll be seeing a lot of other documentaries about this rock legend. Unfortunately, I don't think that these kind of documentaries are the way that is meant to be made. I thought that the story about their life would be interesting and that the documentary would make the story more interesting, but unfortunately, I was wrong. I think that it was a bit annoying. There are lots of things that you can do wrong in a documentary. If you would watch this documentary, I think you will notice that there are lots of scenes that can be a little bit boring. But I didn't find it that frustrating, and I think that it was very good for a documentary that I enjoyed.

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This documentary tells the story of the most successful mountain music duo in history. It focuses mostly on the group of friends known as Radiohead. This documentary provides a really well documented history of the band Radiohead. It also shows the band and their beginnings in an amazing and fun way. It's the story of Radiohead and how they became what they are today. It is a unique story that tells the real story of Radiohead's rise to fame and their amazing and most successful career. The film is mostly told through interviews from their fans and musicians. It includes interviews from band members, artists, and all of the fans who were really there with them in the early years of Radiohead. It also includes some wonderful archival footage and footage of the band on tour. Radiohead fans and fans of the music of Radiohead have a lot to be thankful for with this documentary. The DVD also includes a special feature that contains all the interviews, music, and footage that are included in the DVD. I really recommend watching this documentary because it shows a really interesting story about the life of Radiohead.

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Frances B.

When I saw the trailer to this movie, I knew I had to see it. I had watched the film after it was released and it did the movie justice. I really feel that this movie did justice to the movie it was based off of. This movie is very underrated and a very under appreciated classic. I am a huge fan of the rock and roll and even though this movie wasn't as good as the movie it's based off of. I found this movie very interesting and worth seeing. I love the movie it's not just about the music. I also like that there were some people that were real people and that they did not have the mainstream media press. This movie also has a great ending that will make you happy. This movie is an extremely underrated gem. 8/10

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The documentary "The Shining" is a small gem, a splendid piece of entertainment, a masterpiece of cinematography and a great piece of film-making. Of course, the film is not perfect, but it does get the point across nicely, giving the viewer a nice impression of the setting and of what is going on. This film is based on the novel of the same name, by Stephen King, and is based on the 1968 movie of the same name. The characters of the film were created by King. They are all about good versus evil, and all have a reason to hate the characters. There are also a lot of montages in this film, because King loves to use montages. It is just a matter of his style. And that is the beauty of this film, it is an exquisite work of art and a brilliant piece of cinema. This is one of the best films I have ever seen. Go see it and enjoy.

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I really enjoyed this documentary and think it is really interesting. At the time of the Pearl Harbor attack, no one really knew what it was going to be like. The only thing we knew for sure was that it was going to be one of the worst days in history. The whole world was in total shock. It wasn't long after that that many people started to realize that there was a possibility of something that could be called a war between the US and Japan. For the most part, the Japanese were kind of oblivious to this, but then, a few more things began to emerge. First of all, Japanese leader Nobusuke Kishi (a.k.a. Nanking Massacre) claimed to have learned that his country would be the target of the US attack and that it was necessary to fight back against the Americans. He made that statement in his famous speech at the Nanking Massacre of 1937. Then, during the first days of the attack, a group of Japanese soldiers who were supposedly occupying the American command center in Tokyo called for help from across the Sea to defend the Pearl Harbor. The Americans couldn't figure out why this group of Japanese soldiers was so adamant in wanting to defend Pearl Harbor and they couldn't figure out if the Japanese troops would even attack the Americans. Finally, two years later, after the US finally decided that it would launch the attack, they had to actually face the Americans. In fact, the US had to get the Japanese to attack the Americans to prevent Pearl Harbor from being hit. It was in this film that you can see how real the Japanese mindset was and how they really thought of the Americans as the enemy. It was really amazing. The second thing that I really liked about this documentary was that it showed the reactions of the Japanese soldiers and civilians of Pearl Harbor. It was really amazing to see all of the reactions that everyone had to the American attack. I can't imagine that everyone there thought of the Americans as the enemy. I think it was so shocking to see the Japanese troops cheering on the Americans and actually go on to say that they were going to protect them. These things really showed how close the Japanese troops were to the American troops. The third thing I really liked was that it showed the Japanese POWs. I was really surprised to learn that they were the only people at Pearl Harbor. The Americans treated them like slaves. I was really shocked when I learned that the Japanese POWs were allowed to leave the prison camp. It was a really sad thing to see, because they really didn't have any respect for their fellow human beings. The Japanese POWs seemed to be more like slaves. They were treated

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Wayne Herrera

It's no wonder then that this film doesn't win any awards or even receive a major theatrical release, it's got a cult following and some very talented musicians involved in the production. It's also got a great soundtrack including the great tunes of various artists and it is a very inspirational film. The film was filmed in the Scottish mountains, the perspective and style was to create an impression of the mood of the setting, with a mix of film style and documentary style. The film is also very evocative of the natural surroundings and includes shots of breathtaking mountain scenery. It is also a very well researched piece of work that may be hard to find. The soundtrack includes many familiar tracks of the folk revival era and the tracks from the reggae and rock era. If you are in a mood to see a documentary on the folk revival and the music of the Scottish highlands then this is a must see, if not see this one. If you have read this far then it is worth noting that this film is also about the Fife/Shetland area. The world is changing and I believe that this film is essential viewing for those interested in the Fife/Shetland area, the spirit of the Scots is reflected in this film and this is something that all people will appreciate. It's certainly not an action packed film but the subject matter is well worth of the time it takes to view it. If you are in the mood to see a film about the Scottish folk revival then this is a must see.

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There is a lot of love going on in the world of music and many of the artists who are featured in this documentary are great to look at. After all, who wouldn't want to look at these good looking people that work with their hands for a living? The film shows the difficulties and the ups and downs of the lives of musicians in general, but especially of the singer/songwriter. It's interesting to see that while some people are successful at making money, others are just as miserable. The director has chosen some talented artists to have the chance to have their pictures on the front of the DVD and some great performances which are sure to be memorable for the public. The director makes you believe that they are real people and you find yourself empathizing with them. It's also good to see what happens when people think they are dead or when people quit their jobs to work with their hands. It's interesting to hear how the people who were shown in this documentary, deal with these situations. I'm sure that many people are aware of the hardships that musicians face and that some musicians are just as miserable as the rest. So, the director does a very good job to convey what goes on behind the scenes of some of the biggest artists in the world of music.

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Betty Harris

After the brilliant documentary "High Hopes" (2006), I thought I would give this one a chance and if it was as good as the others, I would have given it a second look. I must say, it was even better than I thought it would be. "High Hopes" is a semi-documentary documentary and a very good one at that. The subjects are Al Green, Vangelis, and the Sundance Institute. After the film was over, I was not sure how I felt about the subjects but I was more moved by Vangelis' music than Al Green. That's one of the few times I have ever felt that way about a film. The documentary begins with footage from a concert of Al Green in the early 80s, which he performed with his band, The Red Hot Chilli Peppers. There are also interviews with his mother, Dr. Lisa Kudrow and his wife, Loretta. They discuss his life, the red hot chili peppers, the events leading up to the concert, and the effects of the concert on his life. They are also interviewed about his time as a rock star, his music and his band. After his concert, he calls his fans in a recording and decides to release it as a double album. He uses the band's music, new songs, and footage of the concert to discuss his life, his experiences with drugs and his choice of music. The only thing I would have changed was to show more of the concert footage. I can't think of a better way to present it than to show more footage. The documentary is not one of those documentaries that tell the whole story. Instead, it concentrates on a single moment in Al Green's life. It does not give a straight forward story of his life or the effect the concert had on him. The entire film is about the concert and how his life and music were affected by it. The documentary is a must see if you are a fan of any of the artists featured in it.

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Jacob H.

I have been a BlackRock attendee and supporter since 1996. I think this documentary could be helpful to anyone who is interested in BlackRock - as it's way too simplistic and "isn't everybody there for that?" argument is particularly misguided. The reality is that every attendee of a BlackRock event has to do some work to maintain it financially, as it is a social and business driven enterprise. To each person who disagrees with me, I say, "You do not understand the emotional and social toll that BlackRock has on every attendee." The documentary fails to document the many events where people give up BlackRock membership or set up a committee to operate it. I think it is a good idea to recognize the legitimate BlackRock employee. BlackRock has all sorts of roots in civil rights activism and organizing against segregation. We are a very diverse group of people and have been organizing for the better part of a century. There are BlackRock employees in every town in the country. BlackRock is a place where people can express their true selves and be able to meet and socialize with others like themselves. Our ideal BlackRock would not be a luxury hotel. We do not believe that our efforts should be "socially justice oriented." The difference between what BlackRock is and what it has become is due to how we have evolved. We have been focused on the idea that the best way to organize is through activism. We have always been willing to sacrifice what is viewed as trivial in our culture to ensure the right of everyone to be heard. The BlackRock in our society is based on voluntarism. There is no hierarchy. People are treated with respect regardless of whether they are BlackRock members or not. We want everyone to be able to participate and receive the services of BlackRock without having to do a million other things. We are passionate about our work and we believe that BlackRock has the potential to be a sustainable and revolutionary movement. It is my hope that we will continue to engage our fellow BlackRock workers in the development of the BlackRock platform. We are also committed to keep the BlackRock community strong and involved in building the BlackRock community. In closing, I think this documentary does a great job of capturing the history and current state of BlackRock and the BlackRock movement. It is a very simple documentary that presents the history of BlackRock as if we were a history book. I would recommend it to anyone interested in BlackRock and how it is organized. It is a great way to get to know BlackRock and its history.

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This film is a film about the struggle for rock and roll in the 70's and is based on the true story of Bernie and Lorraine Sheehan. Lorraine died during the making of the movie and Bernie is the main character in the story, so this film had to be created based on his memories and also his story was essential to the making of the movie. The main thing in this film is Lorraine. She didn't want to be part of a rock and roll band and wanted her family to be the band. They lost her in an accident and all of the money and money she had goes to Lorraine's family. Bernie is the brother of the band and the best friend. Bernie talks about the band and Lorraine to Lorraine's son Chris. Chris is now Bernie's oldest son and Lorraine is a huge influence in his life. This is the first documentary I've seen about rock and roll. I think it's very good and I recommend it to anyone.

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Mark Gardner

I was bored and in the mood to go see a movie. It's like being on vacation. This movie is not a documentary. It's not a documentary of our life, but it is the story of a bunch of miners who live the life of a miner in the mine. We watch from their perspective as the life is turned upside down when a CEO from a foreign country comes to visit. The movie is mainly the outside world and the miners. The footage of the stars, who live life in a completely different world, while we watch the miners are only concerned with life in the mine. This movie is not a documentary of the miners, but their life on the outside world. So the movie is very good, and it gets a 10 from me. I think the director is a very interesting director. I like the way he keeps us in the dark, and we can't see what is going on around us. But the director doesn't tell us much about the miners and how their life is turned upside down. I really like this movie because I watched it on the choice. Very good movie, worth to see.

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An incredible documentary about the making of John Carpenter's 1978 classic THE THING. Directed by Chris Marker and Doug Liman, it's a fantastic look at the process behind the film, how it all came together, and how the studio collaborated with director Robert Wise in order to make it happen. The project was halted after the first round of studio involvement due to budget issues and trouble getting the film made. After its success, Carpenter decided to hire studio co-producer Ed Zwick to help finance the film. Zwick had the idea of having different studio executives help fund the film. Most of the interviews are with Wise himself, who was not happy with the direction that the project was taking, and he didn't want to take any of the risk that would have come with producing a film. Some of the highlights of the documentary include conversations with Doug Liman, Steve Bender, and Zwick. At one point, they even debate the merits of director Robert Wise's style. They also discuss the relationship between Wise and producer Ed Zwick. Some of the problems with the film was that the movie was just not all that well received at the time, and it's one of the few films that doesn't even have a distributor. They also discuss how Wise had trouble filming a scene with a computer, and that they were out of film for three months due to the recession of the early 1980s. Zwick and Wise even make some jokes about the film when discussing its failures. The best part of the documentary is when they discuss the controversy surrounding the film and its graphic content. They do a fantastic job of making the issues clear with examples of why the film was controversial. Overall, it's a fantastic documentary that is sure to be a hard one to get through. It's a great look at how the movie was made, and how the studio cooperated with the film maker. It's definitely a film that you won't want to miss. Recommended.