Rolling Stones: Live at the Max (1996)



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The central figures in this documentary/performance are The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ron Wood et. al. Filmed at various Stones concerts in Turin, Berlin and London, the film manages to capture the euphoria of a live event due to the IMAX system format: a huge 70mm image projected on 50 X 70-foot screen, accompanied by 6-track "surround sound." Thus, by its very nature, At the Max cannot be properly experiences within the dimensions of the TV screen, nor was it intended to.


Critic Reviews for Rolling Stones: Live at the Max

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Good music, good camera work, big screen. Keith Richards is in heaven.

May 9, 2005 | Rating: 3.5/4 | Full Review…

The World's Greatest Rock and Roll Band proves their stuff.

Jan 8, 2005 | Rating: 4/5

Audience Reviews for Rolling Stones: Live at the Max

The film that led me to never miss a Stones concert in Toronto. My favourite which I find more rewarding than even the Marty's recent attempt. In fact, I would say that all future Stones concert films copy this format..and don't have the benefit of having a Bill Wyman.

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