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Rock the Bells deals with the mechanics of how to pull off a concert, not with what brought Wu-Tang Clan together or split them up. The impressive teamwork of the promoters upstages the egos of hip-hop divos and their rampaging fans.
A flat-out stunner that combines a celebration of hip-hop culture with a disaster film.
Humorously, but with knuckles bared, captures every twitch of angst, chaos and near-calamity that unfolds as the concert draws near and Weisberg's dream devolves into a nightmare.
Rock the Bells is stressful to watch, but its entertaining stage performances and document of people under pressure should interest even non-rap fans.
Rock the Bells [ends] on a high note, but in a minor chord of sadness.
For connoisseurs of stories of show business near-disasters, Bells is compelling viewing.
A love letter to fans and fandom that is so heartfelt, it bleeds through the boundaries of musical taste.
The show goes on -- despite the Wu-Tang Clan.
Rock the Bells' homespun documentary aesthetic evokes a DVD special feature more than an actual film.
Urgent and unrelenting
Outright exhilarating... Rock the Bells doesn't just delve behind the scenes; it makes a showstopping guest-MC out of each crazy new obstacle.
Hip-hop's irreverent answer to Woodstock!
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