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Old 08-01-2009, 09:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Couple of punk Movies and my thoughts on them

The last few days ive been watching punk rock movies on youtube and google I would of posted links to let thoughs who want to watch them but i not allowed to post links yet sorry..

but any ways the first one i watched was called "Punk Attitude" which talk more about the attitude and no the music of punk about being punk from the 50's to now ....

the second is "Punk is Not Dead" which i thought was along a well informative movie but did make a few points that punk did not die but it did sellout
to corporate America and the whole.

But I thin both of these are good movies for though that want to learn the history of punk
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Old 08-01-2009, 11:59 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I've seenn punk is not dead, a good movie, yes, but nothing I hadn't already seen in "American Hardcore"
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Old 08-02-2009, 10:43 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Good to Know now i dont need to watch that movie which i was going too..
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Potential stupid question, but what did you think of SLC Punk?
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Good to Know now i dont need to watch that movie which i was going too..
No way dude I would definitely still watch American Hardcore, it covers a lot more stuff, I was just saying Punk's not Dead didn't say anything American hardcore had already showed me, still though American Hardcore covers even more.
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How is 24 Hour Party People by the way? I've heard it was good haven't gotten the chance to see it.
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Potential stupid question, but what did you think of SLC Punk?
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I personally thought it was a bunch of commercialized garbage.

The original Suburbia has to be the best punk movie of all time, and as far as documentaries go, not much beats Decline of the Western Civilization Part. I.
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I personally thought it was a bunch of commercialized garbage.
I didn't think it had much of a point either.
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No way dude I would definitely still watch American Hardcore, it covers a lot more stuff, I was just saying Punk's not Dead didn't say anything American hardcore had already showed me, still though American Hardcore covers even more.
American Hardcore is mediocre. Doesn't cover a lot of what it should have.
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Did you see SLC Punk! or do you mean documentries?
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