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Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage
Genre: Documentary / Music
Director(s): Sam Dunn
Release Date: 23 April 2010
Movie rating: 8.5
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What is the movie Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage about?
A 107 minute long documentary movie by Scot McFadyen and Sam Dunn is about a Canadian rock band, Rush and follows their musical evolution from their progressive rock sound to the heavy rock style. The band was formed in August 1968 near Toronto. Back in 2010, this movie had it's debut at Tribeca Film Festival and earned the Audience award that year. Geddy Lee, the bassist, keyboardist and lead vocalist, who replaced the original bassist within a couple of weeks of forming, Alex Lifeson- the guitarist and back vocalist and drummer, percussionist and lyricist Neil Peart are starring as themselves. The band's original drummer died in 2008 but the tape recorded comments from him were incorporated into the movie. Soon after the band started their first tour and debuted with their first album, Rush became well known band for their unique and complex compositions, specific lyrical motifs with an influence of science fiction, philosophy and fantasy. As time was passing by, their music expression was evolving, changing and turning into something completely new. Clockwork Angels, their latest studio album won the Album Of The Year Award. Total worldwide album sales were never precisely calculated, but it is estimated at over 40 million units. Rush received many awards for their music and the members of the band are acknowledged as very proficient players of their instruments.
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Åsa Mihály @ 24-Jul-2014 10:16 Report a spam

It is about bloody time someone turned the microscope on this band, and this documentary ably rides the line between investigation and glowing tribute. In an attempt to examine what makes Rush a noteworthy band, the filmmakers line up interviews from all walks of music; from Jack Black and Gene Simmons, to Billy Corgan and Trent Reznor.

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