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La historia de Napster es muy interesante por ser el primer servicio de P2P de música con una base de afiliados gigante y como empezó el cambio de la industria musical. Sin embargo el director llena los 106 minutos de entrevistas aburridas y largas y parece mas que fuera el material que recogió para hacer el trabajo como si no existiera la edición. Todo lo que contó se podría resumir en 15 minutos.
As with Napster itself, the film feels a little dated. Technology has moved on from that time in the late 90s/early 2000s when Napster rocked an industry. It is nonetheless well polished and interesting look at how the industry changed and was forced belatedly to adapt to new customer demands.
The music industry spent so much money fighting Napster and 15 years later they still haven't adjusted to the technology available. As for Metallica, maybe they should have spent their time trying to find out who leaked I Disappear, instead of taking it out on the fans that just wanted to listen to it.
super intresting, you see how much napster has effected the world and still is today. A little BS from the Napster creators about what it was created for. It does slant toward Napter a bit but still so much good info and perspectives.
This is a movie about idealism and vision. This whole situation could have been solved early on had the music people gotten together with Napster and come up with a business model where everyone wins. Instead the courts and lawyers are the only one who win. And as for Metalica and Dr. dre, I will never put another dime in their pockets.
Not gripping, just an interesting account of how the music sharing practice evolved, and the accompanying drama. It is kinda wild that this era was a part of my life (tho I never used Napster, I recall the frustration of getting things from internet before, and using their successors (Limewire, etc.) after).
I thought it was going to be about digital music in general and not just Napster ... Still it was a well told documentary, very interesting & informative. I still think Napster deserved to be shut down anyway.
This is a documentary about Napster. It was really interesting... And it made me feel old! One of the best parts was hearing what different musicians thought of it (at the time) and seeing who was open to the idea and who was not. It's amazing how the music industry was shaped and changed by a couple of teenagers who had a revolutionary idea.