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    Motley Crue Movie

    For those of you that are fans of Motley Crue, the new movie about them The Dirt, is on Netflix now. The acting won't win any awards, but the history is really interesting. These guys were crazy. At times, the movie can be border line porno, and it is filled with profanity. So be really careful with who is around when you watch it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outnumbered View Post
    For those of you that are fans of Motley Crue, the new movie about them The Dirt, is on Netflix now. The acting won't win any awards, but the history is really interesting. These guys were crazy. At times, the movie can be border line porno, and it is filled with profanity. So be really careful with who is around when you watch it.
    Big Motley Crue fan here. Thanks for the reminder. I was just looking/thinking about something to watch. I think I will give it a go. I read Nikki Sixx’s book, The Heroine Diaries, so I can only imagine… not concerned about the acting either, as I am a fan of the band and I think I will probably enjoy it for its historical account no matter what.


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    It's a good movie, but feels rushed. Unfortunately not aswell executed as bohemian Rhapsody

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    Quote Originally Posted by moparguy View Post
    It's a good movie, but feels rushed. Unfortunately not aswell executed as bohemian Rhapsody
    I'm sure the budgets weren't anywhere comparable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyA View Post
    Big Motley Crue fan here. Thanks for the reminder. I was just looking/thinking about something to watch. I think I will give it a go. I read Nikki Sixx’s book, The Heroine Diaries, so I can only imagine… not concerned about the acting either, as I am a fan of the band and I think I will probably enjoy it for its historical account no matter what.
    Same for me. I enjoyed the memories. I was in 10th grade when Shout at the Devil came out. It was exciting to see what was going on in their lives during that time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outnumbered View Post
    I'm sure the budgets weren't anywhere comparable.
    Good movie none the less, man Tommy Lee's drum solos were epic!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moparguy View Post
    Good movie none the less, man Tommy Lee's drum solos were epic!!!!
    Saw him perform in Charlotte back in 89. Arguably the greatest drummer of all time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moparguy View Post
    It's a good movie, but feels rushed. Unfortunately not aswell executed as bohemian Rhapsody
    Watched it yesterday. Loved it. It did feel rushed, but I think it's because there were certain epic events that happened that needed to be included or it just wouldn't have felt complete. Example: David Lee partying in the room with Motley, Ozzy snorting the line of ants and drinking his own and Nikki's urine, Nikki dying and the ambulance driver hitting him with the adrenaline needle twice, Vince making a booze run and killing the guy from Hanoi Rocks, Vince's daughter Skyler dying..... etc. What a wild ride. And yes, Tommy Lee is one of the greatest underrated drummers of all time. Once he started working with the double bass, it was all over…

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    Quote Originally Posted by outnumbered View Post
    Saw him perform in Charlotte back in 89. Arguably the greatest drummer of all time.
    That must've been great. I grew up during the 80's and 90s, but never had a chance to see them. Then in 2005, I won VIP tickets to see them on their Carnival Of Sins tour. I would have loved to see them back in the day, but at least I finally was able to check them off my list of concerts. Vince and the rest of them still sounded pretty damn good back in 2005.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outnumbered View Post
    Saw him perform in Charlotte back in 89. Arguably the greatest drummer of all time.
    Seen them live every chance I've had, the farewell tour was epic!!!.

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