Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage

Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage

An in-depth look at the Canadian rock band Rush, chronicling the band's musical evolution from their progressive rock sound of the '70s to their current heavy rock style

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:107 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:interview,   singer,   guitar,  

An in-depth look at the Canadian rock band Rush, chronicling the band's musical evolution from their progressive rock sound of the '70s to their current heavy rock style. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Gordon S (ag) wrote: A wonderful film that should have got more BAFTA noms than just Outstanding Debut.

Roland P (de) wrote: Really good movie. Crazy, the US was crazy with the idea of. Communists. Today still crazy.

Night Eagle W (jp) wrote: A good movie if you like the series.

Peter D (kr) wrote: I really like the concept of this movie and how no one know who anyone was. The whole victim or bad guy story was really cool and the ending revealed all which was much anticipated. I thought the events leading up to the ending were a little dry and it seemed like there were few parts in that middle that were either important or interesting. The movie was just short enough where you weren't bored during any of it which was a huge plus.

Brian C (nl) wrote: has its moments, but pacing is too slow.

Lester F (it) wrote: A fun movie to watch. The characters didn't have too much depth to them and the main plot point of finding out what happened to the mother was disappointing. Action sequences were fun and it had good comic relief, that and a fast pace made it a good watch.

Rob S (it) wrote: The idea for Timecode is an excellent idea and it seems like such a concept could have amazing potential. Sadly, it simply does not have the greatness to make it a memorable revolutionary film. Sure, this concept has never been done before, but it doesn't make up for the fact that the film tells a boring story and feels more like a video than a prestigious film.It is extremely difficult to follow all four screens throughout the duration of the film. Not all screens focus on a specific story, but certain stories are made less important than others which is disappointing with this film trying to be a good web-life film as well as the first to capture real time from four cameras.The audio mixing definitely manipulates the way the audience attempts to watch the film. Certain dialogue is tuned down so that only one or two screens can be heard and which have more "importance" than the others at certain times in the film. This may help to focus on what is essential in each moment, but overall all information within a story should be essential, so when some of that information is tuned out it can be an aggravating experience and not enjoyable.This is a failed experiment to change cinema forever.2.0/4.0

Laura Z (de) wrote: Que mal actor es Brad!!!!

Marrick A (gb) wrote: At the top of my list on Hitchcock favorites.

Tim G (ru) wrote: A drama about an old rodeo star who's now broke and trying to figure out what to do with his future. Being a cowboy is a lonely life.

Jason C (nl) wrote: Solid concept and a great lead performance by Robert Quarry, but the film gets bogged down by horrible pacing, bad editing and the worst sound mix I've ever heard in a major studio DVD.

Weul S (nl) wrote: Glossy & vapid Hollywood fluff.

Rodney L (au) wrote: Though with it's many holes i really enjoyed it.