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You REALLY have to want to watch hours of people just talking about them to enjoy this.
In a way, the nut of the film is Let It Be vs Please To Meet Me-which I think is a good shorthand to describe the film that fans of the band will get right away.
Gorman Bechard made a documentary about The Replacements with none of the bands music or photos.
This is a fantastic documentary. It's got insight from a wide variety of people...from those who were there in the beginning to outsiders looking in and critics alike. Read morePublished 9 days ago by imgoinmad
Pros: observations from people who were there.
Cons: no soundtrack or anything from the band.
Simply outstanding as stand-alone documentary. There are no photos, songs, or interviews with the members, yet if you are a fan of The Replacements, this is the only weapon you... Read morePublished 1 month ago by RGS
I wouldn't have expected to enjoy a band documentary that shows no live footage, uses none of the band's music and barely shows images of the band at all. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Eric G. Myers
i was 15 in '89 when my mother, (who worked for the local rock station in Santa Rosa, CA), came to me with tix to some band called The Replacements, playing at the Luther Burbank... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Hdale
I enjoyed this documentary a lot but it feels like it drags on a bit towards the end when it addresses the last two albums, which were the least interesting. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mr. Elwyn Y. Chow
I wasn't a huge Replacements fan when I purchased this dvd, but I love the Goo Goo Dolls and since they were influenced by the Replacements, I figured why not??? Read morePublished 5 months ago by Katherine
Despite not having any members of band in film, it's a very good story through the eyes of fans and friends...Published 5 months ago by Greg Malecki