After like three hours, I had to stop watching though. The “Doot Doo’s” got to my brain.
…coming off like maybe a Tennessee Pogues.
This is hands down the most visually stunning “documentary” about a band—hell, movie in general—I’ve seen in recent memory, and it was originally released in 1985.
Duane Peters has lived an extraordinary life and I’m glad we finally get to see him for what he is: a true American legend.
Just how slurpy and unnerving it is…
This movie is the perfect presentation and preservation of a band that should be remembered and regarded as one of the brightest spots in late ‘90s/ early ‘00s punk.
Much respect and gratitude is due to the folks at Punkervision for making available a video document of one of the greatest punk bands ever to grace the planet.
Maybe instead of the current title, this DVD could be titled What’s Wrong with Music Today (and a Few Exceptions), Volume One.
There’s this moment where he skates off the pier and falls what looks like fifty feet into the ocean. While this can also be seen as him saying “fuck it” to everything – opportunity and hope – it is also a beautiful expression of freedom.
This documentary makes the very convincing argument that Rove’s power is immense, to the degree that he has become, in effect, the co-President of the United States.