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The Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park

The Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park is a movie starring Jason Cooper, Reeves Gabrels, and Simon Gallup. English rock band The Cure honor their 40 years together with a live concert at London's Hyde Park in July 2018.

Other Titles
The Cure: Live in Hyde Park, The Cure: Aniversario en vivo en Hyde Park
Running Time
2 hours 17 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Music
Director
Tim Pope
Actors
Simon Gallup, Jason Cooper, Reeves Gabrels, Roger O'Donnell
Country
UK
Year
2019
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

English rock band The Cure honor their 40 years together with a live concert at London's Hyde Park in July 2018.

Comments about documentary «The Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park» (16)

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William

This is an interesting film and I really enjoyed it. The documentary was a great listen and the actors were all great. The film is a mix of live concert footage and interviews with the band. The DVD has a great, short commentary track from the band and interviews with the band. The documentary is great, with lots of great music footage and interviews. The only thing I would say is that I would have liked to have heard more from the band members about their personal lives. Overall I really enjoyed this documentary and it is a great listen. I would recommend this to anyone who is into music and/or music documentaries.

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Rebecca J.

This is a great documentary about the making of the movie. The live concerts are very cool and the movie is fantastic. The movie has some incredible songs that are sung and played by the stars themselves, including Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney, Bon Jovi, Elvis Costello, David Bowie, and The Beatles. This documentary shows the development of the movie over the years and shows that it was a lot of work to get this movie made. They do a great job of explaining the story of how the movie came to be and what it took to get it made. I loved the movie and I would recommend this documentary to anyone. I would have given this documentary an 8 if I could but the movie is excellent.

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Ethan

This is a documentary about the Cure, and their various, somewhat confusing, histories. The documentary is not just about the Cure, but about the band, and about their many issues, including the death of Peter Hook, and their long-lasting, and now much-maligned, relationship with Mick Jagger. The Cure had such a storied, and at times turbulent, history. And they were, in many ways, a very good band. They wrote some great songs, and they were all of course, great musicians. However, their music was not for everyone, and it was not always for everyone. The Cure, along with their manager and manager, Brian Slade, had a very public relationship, and a lot of very public problems. The Cure's manager was very much against them, and so was Brian Slade. It was also very apparent that the band did not always have the best of times. As they would get into a tour, and there would be some kind of trouble, and they would get into some kind of trouble. Sometimes, the band would be performing with a promoter or a record label, and there would be a lot of controversy and problems with that. In fact, in the documentary, Brian Slade is quoted saying, "There are no good bands anymore, there is only the Cure". This was because the band had had enough of problems with their manager. He didn't like them, and he didn't want them to continue. He thought they were just a bunch of very immature people. The band didn't like that, and they would sometimes end up leaving the band. And sometimes, the band would just disband. There were even some very public problems with the band's manager, Brian Slade, who was then the manager of the Cure's label. And it was said that Slade was an alcoholic, and was a very controlling person. This was also one of the reasons why the band ended up disbanding. The band had had enough of him. The documentary does not focus on the Cure's problems with their manager, or their problems with the label. The documentary is more focused on the band, and their problems, and the band's problems with their manager. This is a great documentary, and it is very well done. The documentary is very well-made, and is very well-edited. It has a very good flow, and it does not go on for very long, but the film is well-made. The documentary is well-edited, and the film is well-made. The documentary is well-edited, and is very well-made. The

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Harold Willis

I recently watched the 2 disc DVD set of "Cure" with the director and co-writer, Lynn Redgrave. The film was directed by Tom Tykwer, who would go on to direct the brilliant "The Golden Compass", a film that I think is the best of this generation. The film is based on a popular novel, "The Golden Compass", written by Alan Rickman and illustrated by Dave Gibbons. The film follows the adventures of Alan and his friend Sophie, who is a high school student and her dad. Alan is invited to a secret gathering with his friends. At the dinner, he learns that Sophie's father is a member of a cult that has been causing havoc in the world. He goes to investigate and find out what is going on. The film is very well done, with some of the best music of any film I've ever seen. The music is very well done, and the soundtrack is amazing. The film is not for everyone, but if you like the music of Led Zeppelin, you will enjoy the film. I have been wanting to see this film for years, and when it finally came out I was thrilled. It's a very emotional film, and if you have kids, it is a must see. This film is the best of the genre, and should be seen by everyone. My Rating: 8.5/10

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Alice T.

If you are an Oasis fan, you will probably want to see this. If you are not an Oasis fan, you may want to avoid this. It is a pretty good documentary, that is not all about Oasis. Some of the interviews are a bit strange, and some are not at all. If you are not into Oasis, then you might not enjoy this. Otherwise, it is a very interesting documentary, and the clips are quite interesting. It is a bit long, and there are a few times when I thought that I missed something, but I got it in the end. There are a few clips that are interesting. Some are from the video releases of the albums. I enjoyed the interviews with the band, but I also liked the interviews with the band. The documentary is a bit like a documentary of the band, but it also has a bit of a movie-like quality. The music is a bit like the music of the band, but I also enjoyed it. There are a few moments where I felt like it was a bit too long. I think that some of the interviewees were a bit too emotional, or just didn't want to be interviewed. I also felt that some of the interviews were a bit strange, but I did enjoy it. The documentary is also very informative, and some of the clips are a bit more interesting than others. Overall, I think that this is a good documentary, and I recommend it.

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Grace

I have to admit that I'm a huge fan of Neil Young, so I was really excited to see this live concert, and I was really happy to see how well it turned out. It's really nice to see that he is still able to do what he does best. I was especially impressed with the songs that he played at the beginning and end of the concert, and it was also nice to hear some of his old songs. Also, I must say that I really enjoyed the way that the crowd reacted to the songs. When you hear some of the songs, you can actually feel the energy in the crowd. And I can't help but think that it was also nice to see the audience actually get into the concert. They actually started laughing at the end of some of the songs, and that's really nice. I must admit that I am a little biased because I like Neil Young, but I do think that he is one of the greatest rockers of all time, and I think that he is a really talented musician. So, I really hope that he keeps making the same kind of music that he does. And it was nice to see that they had some other artists in the audience too. So, if you are a fan of Neil Young, and you are looking for a good live concert to see, I would definitely recommend this one.

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Harold

This documentary is the follow up to the documentary "The Cure: Live in Hyde Park" released in 2009. It covers the rise and fall of the band The Cure from their first gigs in 1977 to their last shows in 1980. I really enjoyed the documentary. It was very well done and a great addition to the band's history. It was interesting to hear their different personalities and see how they were able to fit in to their sound. They were a great band and they have a very good sound. The music is really great and it really showcases how amazing the band was. It was a good documentary. I recommend it.

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Jason N.

A wonderful documentary on the history of the "Cure" album, a monumental undertaking for a music video. While the documentary is a good look at the music video itself, it also delves into the lives of the musicians involved. There's a lot of great footage and interviews, with the latter focusing on the album's music video release, the band's struggles with the film, and the work they put into the film. It's a great documentary that highlights the music video's creation and success, and it does a great job at telling the story of the Cure. I'm not a huge fan of music videos, but this documentary made me feel a little bit better about them.

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Walter

My favourite film is The Cure. It is a wonderful film, one of the best I've ever seen. The music is very well chosen, and the film is shot beautifully. If you haven't seen it, you should see it. I think the film is a masterpiece.

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Laura

An excellent concert, great music, a lot of great stories and I was very surprised to see how many people I have met in the past years, just by listening to their music. There are so many songs that are really great, like the classic ones, like "Love Me Like You Do" and "I Will Survive". The songs are not the most popular, but I think they are all really good, and the songs are mostly played on stage. The songs are really well-written, and the performances are really great. There are a lot of stories, and I don't know how they are, but I think that is what makes this concert so great. It is almost like the story of a band, and that is really interesting. I think it is really hard to be a band, it's not like you have to be talented, you just have to be a band, and that is what I think this concert is about. I also like the way that the songs are mixed, not just one song is playing over another one, and they are all played in the right order. It is just great. I think that the songs are really important, and this concert is really special, because of the songs. I don't know if you know, but I have never heard the Cure live, I don't know if you know that, but I love this concert. This concert is very special, and I think it is one of the best concerts I have ever seen, I don't know if it is a new record, but I have never seen a concert like this, so I think it is a new record. I think that this concert is great, and I can't wait for the next one. I don't know if this concert will be the end of the story, but I think that this concert will be the end of the story. I hope it will be. So, I give this concert 8/10, because I think it is one of the best concerts ever. I really loved this concert, and I recommend it to everyone who likes the Cure.

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Ralph

This documentary on the The Cure is a great read. The doc looks at the band's career from 1975 to 1978, and how it changed as they became a commercial success. They also talk about the group's first album and how they went on to become a major act. As well as their subsequent albums, there is a lot of information on the band and how they developed their sound. The doc is very good and very informative, and a must watch for anyone who has any interest in The Cure.

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Jeremy R.

The Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park is a tribute to the original "Cure" album from 1974. The film features live performances from the original band, interviews with many of the original members and the band's manager, and various clips from the original. It also has a few performances from the other bands that came after "Cure". I think it's a great film. The film is a tribute to the band, to the album, and to the legacy of the band. The film is a great way to honor the band and the music.

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Juan H.

This is a fantastic documentary about the infamous 'Cure', a group of teenage anti-establishmenters who were known for their 'psychedelic' lifestyle, which later became known as 'acid'. We learn about their upbringing and how their passion for the music and the drugs became their main source of inspiration. We also learn about their early drug experiences, which were used as a tool to make them feel free and for the way they experienced the world. We learn about their music, their band, their friends, their girlfriends and their drug habits. We also learn about the scene in which they found inspiration and where their drug culture came from. We learn about the various drugs that they used, and the influence that they had on their contemporaries. The Cure is a fascinating documentary, with a great look at the history of the band and their music. It is also an excellent look at the characters and personalities behind the Cure, and their place in the history of music. It is a fascinating look at a phenomenon that had such a huge impact on music and the people who came after it.

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Martha Jenkins

This was an amazing documentary that was filmed at the very end of the band's career. It is a great look into the band and the journey of their lives. The only thing that I would have changed is to have had more interviews with the band members. It was a bit too much and they were not able to talk about how the music was influenced by their life and how their lives changed as a result. I also would have liked to have seen more of them performing and what they were doing at the time. All in all I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is a fan of the band. It was a great documentary that everyone should watch.

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Ronald B.

A great look at the careers of some of the greatest rock and roll artists of the 60s and 70s. The film covers the full career of the stars, from the start of their music careers in the 50s and 60s through the 70s and 80s. It is also fascinating to see how some of these performers became famous. It's also interesting to see how some of the stars were influenced by rock stars in the past. I especially liked seeing a look at early performances of John Lennon, who was the son of a famous rock and roll star, and how he became famous in the 1960s. The movie also features a few performances of Bruce Springsteen, who was the son of a famous rock and roll star. The film is a must see for fans of the artists, and a must see for fans of the music.

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Richard M.

This is a great tribute to the original Cure, and a great concert to watch. The Cure's original songs are all performed here, along with some new songs. There are great performances of the Cure classics "The First Time," "I'm Waiting for the Day," and "Dont Cry For Me Baby." The Cure's music is really beautiful. There is a great mix of live performances and studio recording. I was really impressed with the performances of "It's So Easy" and "Underneath the Mistletoe." There are some beautiful renditions of the Cure classics, "Who Loves You," "I'm Waiting for the Day," "Dont Cry for Me Baby," "Dancing Queen," "Won't Get Fooled Again," "Underneath the Mistletoe" and "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind." A great concert, and a great tribute to the Cure. This is a must see.