Ralph Breaks the Internet
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The Beastie Boys relive their former glories in an inspired live performance at Madison Square Garden on October 9, 2004 where 50 members of the sold-out audience use handheld cameras to capture the show.
I had fun, even if I'm not a huge fan of the group...
Awesome; I... Shot That! is exactly that; it's f...in' awesome!
It's frustrating to see their cavorting so annoyingly chopped up and in such grainy images.
The shaky camerawork gets old quickly. So does the fan who filmed himself urinating.
My opinion of this unique and exciting concert flick may be influenced by the fact that I simply L-O-V-E the band, but really; who else was this movie made for except the old-school Beastie faithful?
frankly, the Boys' videos are far more entertaining.
The result is a free-flowing, hyper-edited pastiche of sight and sound, real and unreal, and the occasional bathroom break. It's a lot of things, but it stays true to the title: it is awesome.
A high-energy document to the power of performance and uncanned creativity.
An aggressively kinetic record.
Simply brilliant!! Love watching this!
A pretty great concert film, the unique gimmick keeps it interesting even when the on-stage action gets repetitive. The instrumental tracks and the little stories of the cameramen make for a fun experience.
Even as a passive fan, a relentless blast of a concert film.
A good concert movie, especially for Beastie Boys fans.
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