فيلم John Fogerty: 50 Year Trip - Live at Red Rocks

John Fogerty: 50 Year Trip - Live at Red Rocks

Celebrating 50 years since he played at Woodstock, Fathom Events, BMG and Northstar Media bring the legendary artist John Fogerty to the big screen for an exclusive one-night-only concert event.

Running Time
1 hours 50 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Jeff Richter
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Comments about music «John Fogerty: 50 Year Trip - Live at Red Rocks» (23)

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Lawrence Dunn

I have been hearing about this documentary for years. I finally got a chance to see it last night, and I'm glad I did. The story of Charlie Sibe, "The Dream" as his friends call him, and how he changed his life is almost as much of a story as "The Stand" itself. This documentary is an absolute must-see for anyone who is a fan of Charlie's. The story of a musician who, when he was very young, was an aspiring singer-songwriter, was crushed by his parents, and is now a successful and successful musician. The film follows Charlie through his life and his career, from the young age of twelve, and shows us his life, which at the time, was anything but glamorous. It also shows us the struggle he had to go through to come to terms with the fact that he was a struggling musician. The interviews with people that have known him and worked with him tell a story that is not always pleasant. The performances of all the main performers are very good, especially from Lionel Richie, who shows us that he is a great singer. The film is a mix of interviews, news clips, and images. It's a great story, but it is also a beautiful story of a man. Everyone that comes to see this documentary, should also see Charlie Sibe: The Dream.

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Christian M.

This is a really great movie. I didn't expect much from it but it was really good. The cinematography was incredible and the music was really fun. I thought that it was so great and I am really looking forward to more of their music. I have watched this movie so many times, it's almost hard to keep up with it. And I am now a huge fan of the band. This movie is really good and it's definitely a great movie to go see. The music was fantastic and I highly recommend this movie. 10/10

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I think a lot of people are so shocked by this film, and I don't blame them. I think they're too busy telling their friends that it sucks and won't be worth watching. But trust me, if you're a member of the same generation as the people in this film, you will understand what I'm saying. This is a movie about the middle of the 80's, when the hippies were at their most popular, and the police were still sort of normal. The film takes place in Portland, Oregon. It's got two different stories, one of a party bus that passes through the pacific Northwest, and one of a group of people that breaks down into anarchy, and then finds each other again. This is a story of two people who are trying to make a film, who meet on a trip that goes wrong. Eventually, they both end up moving to Portland, and having to deal with the strange behavior of everyone around them. It's a very sweet film. I don't know if it's going to appeal to everyone, but if you are into all things hippie, punk, and acid, you're in for a real treat. It's beautifully shot, the acting is superb, and it's got the message of a film that can be watch anytime and always be relevant. 9/10

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Robert W.

This is a great concert from the 70's, and the best I've ever seen! Although the whole concert is amazing, the segment "Blood Brothers" is the best. It was so powerful and lyrical and shows the transformation that Dylan had gone through over 50 years. This is a must-see, for anyone who loves Dylan. I hope there is a new album in the works.

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Ashley N.

This is the second film I have seen with Matt Damon in it. The first is The Devil's Advocate. He is amazing in this movie. The only downside to this film was the sound quality. It is quite poor compared to some other film soundtracks. The sound quality in this movie was so bad that I could not hear what the actors were saying. The only other complaint I had about this movie is that it does drag in the middle. It does drag to the point where it becomes difficult to care about the characters. However, this movie is great and does live up to the classic Rod Serling image of a TV movie. If you haven't seen this movie I highly recommend it. This is a great movie.

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Richard Webb

This is a moving tribute to Bob Dylan's life. You just don't get that feeling anymore with any of the music these days. It's a little slice of his life that is a little more sophisticated than most of the mainstream material. And I'm not sure this movie has that same vibe, but it does make you feel like you're with him more than you might be with any other music legend. The movie does a nice job of holding onto the viewer throughout and the ending is quite well done. There are some questionable moments that you'll wonder why Dylan would do such a thing but I think it was the right move. Not a bad movie at all.

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Donald Pearson

So I just saw this movie on video. I am a big music fan and I am always on the lookout for good music. As a guitarist myself I was excited to see this movie. The music in this movie was great, and I really enjoyed the actors. The story was great too. It was different and kept me interested. It was a great film. I was impressed with the acting, and the music. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to see a good movie. I thought the actors were great, and I hope they get more recognition for it. I don't think this movie was bad, but it was good. If you are a musician you would definitely like this movie.

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This movie has great effects and great story. It is my favorite movie of all time!

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James Lopez

As a fan of his work I was not disappointed by this. I was taken on a journey of discovery of his creativity and talents. A brilliant ensemble cast led by Tim Blake Nelson and Amy Poehler. They carried the movie and carried the story together as if they were the leading actors. The humor was at its best. The sets were gorgeous. The music was also a great choice. Thank you for the ride and thank you for listening. See this movie. You will not be disappointed.

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Anna Carroll

Great show from a very unique and gifted man, the future of rock & roll is in his hands. I am a die hard fan of the music, the great artists and the amazing live performances, the scene has changed so much over the years. But now in the 21st century, the quality of live performances is hard to find, because the quality of the studio recordings has not improved, and with more and more expensive budget to spend, the quality of the sound seems to have lost its "Makes you feel like a kid again" quality, you can only imagine how much better the sound is now, especially with the most expensive gear. What is happening is, now we don't have the most expensive studio to record music, which means we are not able to reproduce the sound of the old times, and there are fewer and fewer and fewer musicians able to do that job. "The Road" was released way before the sound and quality of the live shows were at all what it is today, but the quality is still great, we can hear, hear the quality of the old days, "The Highway", "A Love Supreme", "Born to be Wild", "U2", "Blood on the Tracks", "The Long Good Friday" and many other great live performances from other great bands. So now there are no bands who can do a live show better than Pig. It is sad to see this happening to the greats, because live performances are very important in the music world, because they are the instruments, they are the instruments that people are listening to. When I was a kid, you could hear great live performances in the radio and all kinds of people playing with them, they were not the most expensive gear, but they were loud and they were great. Nowadays, it is very expensive and there are not enough great live musicians to do the job and because of this, the quality is lost. If you can find someone who is willing to do this job, because you don't know anyone who is really willing to do it, you can do it yourself, and he is a hero. It is not easy, but with a lot of talent, a lot of love, and a lot of love for the music, you can do it. We are in a special time, and I think we should not be afraid of this, because it is an incredible time in history, an amazing time to be a rock star, we have more chance to be a rock star in the 21st century than we ever have in the past. But this is a very special time, a very special place, so we have to be brave and go for it, and trust the people who will guide us, and be brave. This is the future of rock and roll, this is the future of rock and roll, and there are a lot of people who want to do it, and many are willing to do it, and many more are willing to do it. I am very lucky to have a friend who is willing to do this job, so I am confident in what he is doing. I will be with him from the very beginning of his career, and I will be there every step of the way to see him doing this job, and it is so great to be his friend, it is a privilege to have his friends, and I will be with him all the way to see him doing this job. We are in this special time in history, and I am very grateful for this opportunity, and I am very grateful for having a friend like this, and this is why I say that "It's a Beautiful World". Thanks for reading, and have a nice day.

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Shirley Edwards

The reason I went to see this movie was to see Jeff Bridges and I was not disappointed. I've always been a big fan of Jeff and he showed a ton of emotion throughout the movie. He was really great in this movie. He said some really mean things to his audience and he put on a fantastic performance. I also like that his character was not as over the top as so many of the others. The movie was great but the ending was sad but I feel like the movie was not complete without it. I thought that there was a reason why we didn't see the children after the end of the movie and the fact that the house was locked down after the dog killed the woman. I thought that was a good plot twist. It was very realistic but the film did a good job of that.

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Pamela Dixon

This movie is a good one. What really sets it apart from other, is that it actually is, so well, like, described, but for different reasons. The movie starts out quite slow, as it introduces the main characters, and the place where they are going to stay. The whole rest of the movie is about them hanging out with each other. The town where they are going to stay is the town that has lost all its great memories, due to one of the farmers, who had been a part of the town, was killed. And as a side note, the farmer was very well connected, and was more of a villain. At the end of the movie, you really feel for the characters, and as a final note, there are scenes that make you laugh out loud, and as a side note, the director kept reminding us that the movie is set in the 60's, and the 70's, so it's actually a little surprising to hear the music in the movie, as it's sung, by a couple of the characters. So, if you like, something different, and different takes on a classic movie, this is a movie for you. The movie ends with a scene where they are all getting ready to leave, and just let it all out, as they really get to know each other, and show their emotions. As a finale, we all get to know each other again, and we are going to stay at the same house.

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The music of this show was so good. I especially liked the first song, "Cold Weather Woman". That was really cool. This movie was awesome. The music is just as good as the music on the show. It was a great show. I also liked the music that went with it. Overall, a great show and I recommend it to anyone who likes the show. The music is great. I don't get why people say it's not as good as the show. This show was great.

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Jordan Black

This is the story of Jack Scales, a young man who spends the last 50 years in the wilderness, having drifted from civilisation to wildness. He also has an extremely cool personality. The story is about him meeting up with some Native Americans, who teaches him the art of fire, a full-scale car of the kind that could only be used in this area. After a car accident, he is caught by a group of native women and he helps them build a town, showing them the intricacies of it. This is where we find out that Jack is the founder of the tribe, and that they are willing to kill anybody who comes in their way. With the help of the Native American women, Jack has a chance to survive against many other people, including the tribes' tribal chief, who plans to wipe the tribe out of existence. The way that it is filmed is interesting, and with the added bonus of the music from the director, one can actually feel the "wildness" of the place. The acting is pretty good for a feature film. Nobody overacts and nobody overacts very much. The actors and actresses all have great chemistry and carry their roles well. Edward Burns gives a great performance as the tribe leader, and although he is the only one to actually fight in the movie, the other actors actually show some emotion, which is usually what you expect from an action movie. There is a fantastic performance from Ricky Jarratt, as the younger man in the story, who leads a fight against the tribe, which he is actually leading himself, as he is leading the fight with his friend. This is one of the better movies I've seen in a while, and a definite recommendation to those who love the "wildness" of nature. The music is also a bonus, as is the direction, the whole film has a unique look to it. You really get the feel of the place, and the original soundtrack is just awesome. This is an excellent film, that you should definitely watch.

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Janet B.

The best rock n roll film ever made. Rock & Roll is a part of life and history. Not just a taste. See it and enjoy. Rock & Roll is music, not music you can just sit back and watch.

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Howard F.

A surprisingly effective little indie film that has a delightful sense of humor and a unique look into the ups and downs of life on the road, it's as good as it gets for these types of movies. The performances are natural and effective. The story is well told and the use of music is a nice touch. This film is worth seeing, even if you've never been on the road.

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Laura W.

Loved this movie. Great show and great music. Some of the best I've heard in a long time. The actors were great, so was the music. I really recommend this movie for anyone who loves any sort of music.

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Christina Wilson

For a long time I was a fan of Jason Becker and the Walkmen, and after this show it seemed like the lineup could only get better. In this show, Jason Becker got to sing some of his songs from his previous album, The Last of the Walkmen, and he made it happen. This was an amazing performance. The live footage was amazing as well, I got to see how the bands tried to perform live without having a studio sound and they didn't have that. The transitions from live to studio were very well done. I hope this movie comes out on DVD in the near future, because I will be getting it.

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Barbara Castro

The biggest problem with the music video "50 Year Trip" is the lack of music. The music alone is what makes this a great movie. Although the movie is not great, it is much better than the music alone. The acting is excellent, and the plot is interesting. I recommend this movie to everyone.

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Jonathan S.

I saw this movie when it first came out and I remember thinking at the time that it was one of the most remarkable films I had ever seen. Now 15 years later I have seen it again, as part of the "50 Year trip" series, and I think I still agree that it is an amazing film. This film follows a group of people as they visit St. Louis, St. Louis, St. Louis. They are by no means a "flock" of tourists, but rather people from all walks of life and will no doubt surprise you as to how different their lives are. Each character is told their stories by an elderly woman (Denise Patton), who gives the "facts" as they are told and as they are not told. The basic story line is that of a cancer victim and her family, but the story is much more. The story is told through the recollections of the people who are there, rather than the films information, and the overall presentation is that of a traditional narrative, rather than a documentary. The performance of the characters is by no means remarkable, but they all are well-portrayed and you are interested in what happens to them, and what effect their story will have on them. As the main protagonist tells her story, you are only too aware that the camera is constantly snapping back and forth. The setting for the film is truly beautiful, as it is in the film's title. The film is set in St. Louis, and the visuals are breathtaking and the music is always on the verge of a musical moment. The landscape in the film is truly amazing and very creative. The camera angles are very cool and unusual. The shots of the city and landscape are really unique. In the film, we see the city from all sides, from the residential areas to the urban areas and the rural areas. The film is very rich in sound, both natural and digital. The film itself is the sound of the city, and the soundtrack is well-placed and easy to listen to. The film is also full of historical references, both cultural and historical. The most interesting thing about the film is that it is more than a typical movie that is "pure" and without "real" plot. It is very poetic and has a very "moody" quality to it, which I thought was very cool. This film is very unique, and will definitely be something that I will have to see again. I give the film a 9 out of 10.

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Nicole L.

I was a fan of the band right from their first album, the beginning of that CD still sticks with me to this day. It's a very touching and emotional album. This documentary is an excellent way to show the behind-the-scenes of the making of this album and the incredible lengths they went through to get it approved by CBS. To be honest I never really understood why they did it. There is a great lack of respect for any artists who have ever had anything to do with any kind of serious record company. When you have as much respect for someone as the Foo Fighters have for Kurt Cobain, you know they can do no wrong. It makes you wonder how many times they've done a song that "their label" has never really approved. This documentary should be seen by everyone.

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Randy Tran

This movie was an instant hit for me as it captured all the "lovey dovey" imagery, but without a lot of the crude jokes. Its easy to get off on seeing two guys hooking up on a beach, or when there's a line of naked women waiting for the man on the prowl. While I agree that this is a very well done movie, I just think that the humor (as opposed to sexual humor) is not as much of a focus as the look, and thats what made this movie stand out to me. (Oh and I also loved the cameo's by Charlie Mantle)

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Alan C.

I just watched this movie last night and absolutely loved it! It was a really good feel good movie and the performances from all involved were great. It is definitely not for everyone, but if you are a music fan, you definitely will love this film. The plot is a bit off to some people, but that is just an aspect of the movie. I really liked the way they handled the characters and their relationships. I love music and this movie definitely got me hooked on it. One of the reasons I watched the movie was because I heard that David Crosby and Lionel Richie were in the movie, and I'm guessing they did a cameo, but I think they did an amazing job with the movie as well. I would recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys the kind of movie that Rock and Roll is. I think everyone will love it!