Daft Punk Unchained is the first film about the pop culture phenomenon that is Daft Punk, the duo with 12 million albums sold worldwide and seven Grammy Awards. Throughout their career Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo have always resisted compromise and the established codes of show business. They have remained determined to maintain control of every link in the chain of their creative process. In the era of globalisation and social networks, they rarely speak in public and neither do they show their faces on TV. This documentary explores this unprecedented cultural revolution revealing a duo of artists on a permanent quest for creativity, independence and freedom.
Daft Punk Unchained explores the creative universe of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, the obscure duo behind Daft Punk, from their start until their grammy awards in 2014. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lacey J (ca) wrote: Just as boring as every other "real life" disney movie. Very predictable and a very standard plot. Would not recommend to anyone. I think Disney should just stick to animations - at least they can get them right.
Larry S (es) wrote: Cute Movie. Love Ryan Carnes
Snuggles inc (fr) wrote: a hilarious documentary...A man gets attact by a bear lives and then decides to make a suit to fight it? you dont need any sound to see some of the seens in this but just to hear Troy's voice is a big part of this flick (not to put down any Canadian but This guy reminds me of the strange brew caritors). One day i'm Goanna have my own buzz lightyear suit and shave with my Bowie knife.... Oh i forgot.. BIG UPS to the "OLD MAN" if it wasent for you We wouldnt have this Documentary
Da Btch of the Universe (jp) wrote: this is one of my favorite old school horrors
Alfredo S (us) wrote: Forgetting about the nice animation, Hotel Transylvania leaves nothing worth of remembering and its hyperactive humor and unfocused plot makes it difficult for a second view.
Greg W (de) wrote: the supporting cast is just as good as the headliners in this still funny comedy
Gimly M (de) wrote: I really, REALLY liked He Never Died. I know that I probably shouldn't have. There are a cornucopia of problems with it, the bulk of them directly related to its low budget. Though the answers we get at the climax of the film are fulfilling, I can't help but wonder if it would be better to just not have them? But either way, Henry Rollins absolutely convinced me of his unusual character, and though I don't know that I'll watch He Never Died again, I feel richer for the experience.