Quiet Riot: Well Now You're Here, There's No Way Back (2014)

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9 February 2015 | Timothy-m-vaughn
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| A must see documentary for any music fan
Wow! What an entertaining movie, I was glued to the screen the whole time. Quiet Riot is one of the most legendary bands of all time. They were the original pioneers that brought metal into the mainstream and hit the billboards. The film contains amazing footage of the 80's metal scene that is incredible. It shows the ups and downs of Quiet Riot from their emergence onto the scene through the revival of 80's metal. Most importantly it shows the passion of drummer Frankie Banali and his relentless pursuit of his dreams. He showed raw emotion as he discussed his career, friendships and family. The movie brings you through a wide range of emotions from laughter to sadness and really gives the audience a true behind the scenes perspective of being a rock star. Fan or not you will enjoy this masterpiece from beginning to end! Congratulations to Frankie and the band for making a well put together documentary, my respect for a truly amazing musician doubled after having the privilege of watching it.

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