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Awful movie, no plot, no entertainment, and just didnt make sense. Also extremely racist
Are these musicians crazy?
i want to watch it but how
If you want to experience Stomp for how truly amazing it is, don't watch this. Instead, opt for Stomp Live, which is available to watch instantly. That is the actual, uncut stage version, while this is bits and pieces and watered down filler. It's interesting enough to watch, but it definitely does not capture the excitement of the stage show.
Great show to watch!
So creative, very neat to watch. However, I don't really care to see it ever again.
Brighton boys and girls banging things
The creativity that goes into creating these skits is amazing and the Stomp troupe is incredibly talented. My favorite scene was the underwater pipe playing and least favorite scenes were the card playing segments. This will be a good DVD to show to my elementary school music classes. I'd love to see the live show some time.
this movie was cool. but i really liked it cuz it was funny. especially the newspaper part. lol. : D
On a recent trip to Las Vegas, the wife and I checked out Stomp Out Loud at Planet Hollywood and I was completely blown away. To say that this performance is a bunch of artists banging pots and pans is completely accurate and totally misleading at the same time. I have seen a few of the Stomp routines on TV over the years and thought they were kinda cool, but to see it live and in person is a treat for the senses like no other I have ever been a part of. The music and sounds created out of ordinary objects (garbage bags, brooms, boxes, keys, lighters, buckets, etc.) is almost hypnotic. If you enjoy a good beat, don't miss an opportunity to check out Stomp if it comes to your area.