Time Stand Still
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'Rush built their following the right way. No hype, no b@llsh!t, they did it from the ground up. Their legacy is incredible and their influence undeniable.' - Dave Grohl
This feature-length documentary film chronicles the final major tour for legendary rock band Rush. It is an intimate view 'under the hood' of a historic moment from the perspective of the band, their fans, crew, and management. Featuring interviews with the band throughout their sold-out 2015 40th Anniversary tour, the film also shows rarely seen backstage footage capturing the final moments of life on the road. Highlighted as well is the impact on the band's fans and the world that has been built around the beloved Canadian trio. This is the final touring chapter of a band that has meant so much to so many fans around the world. With narration by Paul Rudd. Running time: 1 hour 37 minutes of documentary footage with an additional 67 minutes of never-before-released bonus content.
'It's true that Rush doesn't mean today what it did in '76 or even '96. It may mean more.' - Rolling Stone
When I Was a Kid
It's a Really Hard Life
A Huge Accomplishment
'Ride On' Neil
Your Weakest Point
Marathon Not a Sprint
At Road's End
BONUS CONTENT: (NEVER BEFORE RELEASED)
'Live from the Rabbit Hole'
-Show Don't Tell
-Closer to the Heart
-2112: Overture / La Villa Strangiato / In The Mood
The Professor's Warmup
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All good things must end, and getting one or two more tours that showcase deteriorating skills (and physical conditions) from a band universally respected for their virtuosity would not be fair to anyone... least of all to three aging men who have given so much joy to the world. They deserve better and so do we; I am sad, but satisfied. Not that I can't still hope for new studio music! But for now, I will add this documentary to my very modest collection of Rush media, and will certainly watch it in tandem with the R40 concert video whenever I want to have my mind blown by one of my favorite bands.
Every concert was bigger and better but once they got to Hemispheres, I found getting good tickets to their concerts very disappointing. I would wait in line for hours, and get seats up in the nose bleed section.
I am sad to see the end of this era, but Time marches on, and no one is exempt from Time’s aging process. They had a great run and this documentary is a nice way to say good-bye.
That said, I would have liked to have more from the band as a group. Why does Neil always have to be separate from Alex and Geddy? What is the story there? Not even for the farewell DVD could he sit down with the others and just spend an hour talking over special band moments?
Oh well, I sure hope that they ended their long run on really good terms with each other, and I hope they are all still friends, even though they won’t be on tour, or maybe won’t be a band any more.
There was never anything like RUSH, and there will never be anything like them again. Back when I saw them playing at a Battle of the Bands at a Northeast Ohio golf course (74') I never thought they would last 40-years. Amazing.
If there were more of the band, I would have gone FIVE Stars.
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A great movie that chronicles a great band. The bittersweet end to a great era of rock 'n' roll.