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Mast3rofPuppets VIP Member

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#1 14 years ago

All I have to say is: go and see it, you will like it even if you don't like Metallicas songs, it's one kick-ass movie! I think it's the best movie i've seen this year :nodding:. And that's not just because i'm a big Metallica fan.




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#2 14 years ago

We live in a world where terrorism, unemployment, poverty, corrupt politicians, and various other problems loom over us everyday. So it was very hard for me to feel any bit of remorse or sorrow for some pitiful, rich, rock stars who just sit around and talk about their "problems". Do they think people should really care? How am I supposed to relate to Lars and his million dollar art collection, and then have to listen to him bitch about everything. James whines about missing his sons first birthday...well duh, maybe he should've thought about that before he went out drinking and hunting bears, or whatever it was. I used to absolutey worship Metallica. I met them when I was sixteen and thought that I would die a happy man after that. That was many years ago, and my oh my have times changed. It was painful to watch this film, and even more painful to think that Metallica was actually the band I was watching. They have lost it, in every sense of the word.




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#3 14 years ago

Swedish saying: The taste is like the ass, divided.

I liked this film becuase when you see it you know that being a rockstar that can wipe hes ass with 100 dollars bills is no perfect life.

I saw a interview with James a few weeks ago and the reporter asked "What do you miss most from the old time" (or something like that) and after about 30 secs James replied "Being unknown"

Btw, everyone that think Metallica are sell-outs should see that radio advertising scene, I laughed my ass off when I saw it.




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#4 14 years ago

They were better during their Master of Puppets and Ride the Lightning days. I'm not that crazy about St. Anger... but I do plan on seeing their movie.




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#5 14 years ago

Reload and Beforehand was where Metallica was the best... But St. Anger however, was a failure in my opininion. I believe they they had tried making a jump to a Drop C tuned Nu-Metal and failed. They did what any rock group that is to stay shouldnt've done... They changed to please the marketplace.

In the words of Trent Reznor: "Catering to the marketplace = Death"




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#6 14 years ago

i think it'll be kick ass... when it comes out in houston... :'( yeah... not until september 3... i put 9the down in my sig cuz that was the first release date in any city.... but anyways, they do have many problems in their lives, friends die, relatives die, they have many emotional problems buy... money can't buy happiness... it only looks like it can until you actually are there with that money trying to buy it... but you can't....




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#7 14 years ago
AzHWe live in a world where terrorism, unemployment, poverty, corrupt politicians, and various other problems loom over us everyday. So it was very hard for me to feel any bit of remorse or sorrow for some pitiful, rich, rock stars who just sit around and talk about their "problems". Do they think people should really care? How am I supposed to relate to Lars and his million dollar art collection, and then have to listen to him bitch about everything. James whines about missing his sons first birthday...well duh, maybe he should've thought about that before he went out drinking and hunting bears, or whatever it was. I used to absolutey worship Metallica. I met them when I was sixteen and thought that I would die a happy man after that. That was many years ago, and my oh my have times changed. It was painful to watch this film, and even more painful to think that Metallica was actually the band I was watching. They have lost it, in every sense of the word.

Was surfing IMDB and found this:

IMBD.jpghttp://swedish.imdb.com/title/tt0387412/

You have the right to think what you want but please express it with your own words or provide a source next time.

Peace




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#8 14 years ago

Rofl. I think this is the first time I've ever said this, but... owned. :D




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#9 14 years ago

hehe. i never listened to Metalica so couldn't comment either way, i serched for the movie on IMDB and found that, thought it was an interesting alternative opinion. never claimed it was my own...;)




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#10 14 years ago

did you really think i'd met metalica? 'tard. :p




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