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The Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park

The Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park is a movie starring Jason Cooper, Reeves Gabrels, and Simon Gallup. English rock band The Cure honor their 40 years together with a live concert at London's Hyde Park in July 2018.

Other Titles
The Cure: Aniversario en vivo en Hyde Park, The Cure: Live in Hyde Park
Running Time
2 hours 17 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Music, Documentary
Tim Pope
Jason Cooper, Roger O'Donnell, Simon Gallup, Reeves Gabrels
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

English rock band The Cure honor their 40 years together with a live concert at London's Hyde Park in July 2018.

Comments about music «The Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park» (20)

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Jessica F.

This was the last concert performance by The Cure. It is an incredible concert, so amazing to see this band perform live. It was the final concert of their entire career, and it was a great experience. There are many great memories from the concert, including some incredible covers of songs from the band's discography. I loved the music, the atmosphere, the energy of the concert. The Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park is an amazing concert experience, so I highly recommend it.

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Crystal K.

I was lucky enough to catch the opening night of this film at the Waverly Cinema in Manhattan, and I must say I was blown away. The first thing that struck me was the sheer scale of this film. It's a massive, sweeping and deep artistic endeavor. The movie takes a multi-layered approach, and the final product is incredible. The cinematography and lighting are simply stunning. It's almost as if the director is going for the effect of the film itself, rather than just the artistic look. The music is great, and the soundtrack is really well put together. The film was filmed in 3D, and it's a total cinematic experience. The movie also has a very strong story and has a very interesting structure. I was thoroughly entertained throughout the film, and it is very difficult to not be during the last half hour of the film. The film's biggest flaw is probably the length. It's about three hours long, and I didn't feel like it was going anywhere. The film is definitely worth seeing, but I would not recommend seeing it twice.

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Donald V.

I think it's pretty funny that most of the reviews are from people who've seen the film, but it's also a pretty well known fact that the Cure are always on tour. I'm not sure how they got the footage, but it's not bad. It's not a documentary, and I doubt that the Cure would be on a tour if they were making a documentary. The only thing I have a problem with is the end of the documentary, where they showed footage of the Cure playing at the time of the film. They don't mention the band at all, and I think that they should have been more specific about what they were doing. But that's my only complaint. It's a very good documentary, with some interesting interviews. It's not perfect, but it's still a pretty good documentary. I'd recommend this to anyone who wants to see the Cure perform, or people who like the Cure.

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Hannah Chapman

I have been a Cure fan for many years and was particularly pleased to see this documentary. I have always found the documentary "Rock On" to be very engaging and entertaining. I was expecting it to be a more factual documentary, but it was not. The film is based on the life of the band as a whole, but the documentary does not go into detail about their relationship. The only thing that was completely accurate was the fact that the band broke up and went their separate ways. The documentary didn't go into the actual breakup, and I was disappointed to learn that there was no follow-up. I feel that the documentary was very misleading in terms of the actual situation and how the band ended up. I thought that the documentary was very interesting and it is a great insight into the lives of the band. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is a fan of the band or who just wants to know more about the band. I would give this documentary a 10 out of 10.

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This is a documentary film about the legendary band The Cure. The film follows the band's history and their shows and shows that were cut and released. It is also a look into the lives of the band members and their fans. There are interviews with the band members, their manager, and a music journalist who works for Rolling Stone. The film also has music videos, rare photos, and some music from the band. It is a very interesting look at the band and a great documentary.

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This documentary was actually good. I was at the Hyde Park Concerts and all the bands in the audience were singing along. The music was amazing and the stories of the bands and their fans was amazing. It was a great concert that you should go see. It was awesome to see the original songs from the Cure back in the day. The songs were fantastic and I think the audience was dancing. It was so fun and they were great with the music. I would definitely recommend this documentary to anyone who loves the Cure or the music of the Cure. It was a good documentary and it was great to see all the bands in the audience singing along.

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Jesse R.

The Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park (2018) was a special exhibition of the original soundtrack to The Cure's 1985 album "It's Only Love" and the video compilation "Live in Hyde Park" with extra footage. The film ran for about two hours and was presented in an immersive way, taking you to the concerts from the 70's to the 90's. The movie was made in partnership with the Hyde Park Concert Band, who was the original band who performed at Hyde Park. The film was narrated by Brian May and was mostly filmed in Hyde Park, with the exception of one or two performances in London and one in Rome. The video was remastered and presented in a large format, giving it a slightly better quality and more clarity than the original. It was released on DVD in December of 2018. The video is a bit hard to find, but it's worth it to see this movie!

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An incredible documentary of one of the greatest rock bands of all time. I'm a big fan of the Cure and their albums and it's really amazing to see them playing live on stage. It's great to see them do it in front of an audience, with all the equipment they used. I love the live footage and the interviews they do with fans, it's really a great insight into the music. I can't say enough good things about this documentary, it's amazing and it really shows the man behind the band. Definitely a must see.

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John N.

From the opening scenes of this film to the end, it is a story of a young boy's quest for his father. This is a movie that gets under your skin and never lets go. It is not easy to watch as it shows a young man going through a series of events that lead him to a tragic and sad end. You feel the love, the pain and the loss as you watch this film. This is a film that is a must see for all ages. You will not be disappointed.

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Daniel H.

This is a tribute to the band from the early days of the Cure and their UK success. It is in the style of the documentary "The Cure: Live at Hyde Park" and there are plenty of clips from that film to show that this is not a documentary of the band itself. However, this is an overview of the band's early years and their rise to fame and success. It is a little bit like a retrospective on the band. The film is very informative and doesn't leave any stone unturned. The film covers the band's early days in their new home and the rise of the band from their first gigs to their first UK chart success. It is very informative and entertaining. It is a little bit like a retrospective on the band but is not as good as the documentary. It is still a very good documentary and worth watching. The film is good but I wish it had been a little bit more informative and informative.

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Ann R.

This is the best tribute album I've ever heard. It's been over 15 years since the release of "The Cure" and I think it's a shame that they didn't do a proper tribute to the band. "The Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018" was an excellent tribute and I think it should be put in the same category as "The Cure: Anniversary 1980-Present" which is just great. The songs are all great, especially "A Night Like This". The live footage is the best I've ever seen, especially the video of "Life In A Glasshouse". There are a few jokes that I found out about the band, but I was mostly shocked at the funny comments that the band members had for the record. The DVD includes a lot of great extras like "The Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018" behind the scenes video, "The Cure: The Definitive Biography" documentary, "The Cure: The Definitive Live At Hyde Park" documentary, and a great soundtrack. The DVD also includes a bonus track with the band members themselves singing. I highly recommend this DVD to anyone who is a fan of The Cure. "The Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018" is a fantastic tribute and I hope that they do a proper tribute to the band in the near future. 10/10

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Kathy H.

I caught this on Netflix last night and was quite pleased with it. I'm not a huge fan of David Bowie or even his music but I was able to sit back and enjoy the story of the band. I was impressed with the production and the musicianship. I was also impressed with the fact that it was done in a way that is understandable to anyone who's been to Hyde Park. I was also impressed with the amount of information they got from the band members and their fans. I think that this documentary is a great addition to the growing collection of David Bowie documentaries.

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Richard D.

This is a live performance from the 1980s of a song called 'The Cure' by The Cure. This is a great live concert, with a great mix of the music from the album. You get to hear some great music from The Cure and some from some other great bands, including The Police, The Velvet Underground, The Who, The Clash, and more. This is a great concert, and a great concert.

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Elizabeth Campbell

This is a great retrospective of the band's best work. The documentary follows the band as they work on their next album and the band's reunion. The documentary features interviews with the band members, the band's manager, the band members, and the band's manager. There is a great mix of music, and a lot of interesting anecdotes. I would recommend this documentary for fans of the band and for fans of music. The band was incredible at the time, and they have really grown on me as the years have passed. The documentary is very well done and the band members give great insight into their career. I would definitely recommend this documentary to fans of the band. The band was amazing at the time, and they have really grown on me as the years have passed.

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If you're a fan of the Cure, you'll probably love this. The DVD is great, but the film itself is a bit slow to get going. The Cure was a huge success in the 80s, and it's great to see it being celebrated in such a way.

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Bryan Coleman

Great concert film, highly recommend. There is much to learn from the past from this wonderful performance. It is the best live performance I have ever seen. A great concert and a great story. It was really special to see all these great musicians in one place. A great movie. The story is about a great man who was an inspiration to many, and was greatly loved by many. It is really good to see this movie. I will be sure to see it again. It was a great show. I will also be sure to watch the movie and will get the DVD. The DVD was awesome, it is a really great film. I will also be sure to watch the other movies as well. It is really great to see the history of the music and the history of the band and the music. It is a must see.

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I have just watched this film in Hyde Park, London, which is now the subject of an exhibition at the National Film Museum. I don't usually comment on films, but I have to say this is the best film I have seen for a long time. The music was superb, and the performances were top-notch. It has the power of a classic piece of art, and the emotion of a tragedy. The story was told in a way that I never saw coming. The film is beautiful, and that is what it is about. The film was not for everyone. I can't believe that I have seen it so many times, and it has not aged at all. I think the best way to watch it is to be in the moment. It is a must-see film. A film that is important to everyone.

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Jessica Tran

I remember seeing this film as a kid and loving it. The original soundtrack is great and the acting is fantastic. It's a film that's not to be missed. I remember seeing it again when I was young and loved it. I saw it again recently and it was amazing. I have never seen the movie on TV. The songs are great and the songs are well used. I have seen it many times and love it. It is a must see.

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Zachary Sanchez

I love this movie and am glad I purchased it, I am sure I will purchase it on DVD, it is very moving and it is a very unique experience, the band are very talented and the music is amazing. I am very proud to have been part of this special event, I am a singer and my husband is a drummer. We were very surprised by the results and the reactions we got from the audience, it was great to see the band get a chance to perform live and share the experience with the world. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is looking for a special experience, or to someone who just wants to enjoy a musical tour with a band.

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Julie Andrews

I have just finished watching the film for the first time and I am still blown away. I would not hesitate to recommend it to anyone. The film is a bit slow in places but overall is very moving and inspirational. I also think the film is a great example of how a single mom could go from being a hard working, independent, young woman to a single mother, and even if it is just one child, it is still inspirational to watch. I think that the film is so well made, and so well acted, that it makes you want to be a single mom. The story of this woman is inspirational and it is well worth watching. I think the director did an excellent job and I would recommend this film to anyone. It is a must watch for anyone.