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I believe that you can't dismiss things that you don't care for unless you try to understand what they are about.
I liked punk back in the late 1970's but since I didn't live in LA I never had the chance to actually see a live Germs show.
Grossman and West manage to gloss over everything that was difficult, disturbing and most importantly, tragic about Darby.
Whoever Shane West plays, he's nails it to perfection. He's got that certain charisma that carries through into his character. Loved the movie.Published 2 months ago by Barbara Ota
Excellent movie! I love every detail that was incorporated from Darby's life, his struggles and his band.Published 4 months ago by Brittany
This is my second copy of What We Do Is Secret, The first one was stolen. I had to get back in my collection. If that doesn't get the point across! Read morePublished 8 months ago by J. Roberts-White
A movie about Darby Crash, lead singer of the L.A. punk band 'The Germs'. He is a complex & memorable character. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mary D. Blackwell
turning the semi-closeted, screamingly gay Darby Crash into a homophobic idiot did not serve this film well... Read morePublished 15 months ago by jane
THIS IS A MOVIE ABOUT THE GERMS IT'S LIKE A DOCUMENTARY / MOVIE IT IS WORTH BUYING IF YOU ARE INTO PUNROCK AND LIKE THE HISTORY OF PUNK. THE GERMS RULE. Read morePublished 20 months ago by DANIEL
Gives you a look at darby crash and the germs rise to
the top of LA's punk scene in the late 70's early 80's.
the movie was o.k. at the most. could have been more detailed and not soo slow. it was a curious buy, one watch and thats it.Published 21 months ago by joshua
Although an highly entertaining film it is not all entirely accurate. Darby was a seriously torchered soul and I know that's cliche but the man simply could not come to terms with... Read morePublished on November 1, 2012 by Neal Damiano