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Gimme Danger is a movie starring Iggy Pop, Jim Jarmusch, and Bob Waller. An in-depth look at the legendary punk band, The Stooges.

Other Titles
Gimme Danger. La historia de The Stooges, Gimme Danger: La historia de the Stooges, Gimme danger Iggy Popi ja The Stoogesi lugu, ギミー・デンジャー
Running Time
1 hours 48 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Music
Jim Jarmusch
Jim Jarmusch
Iggy Pop, Bob Waller, The Stooges, Jim Jarmusch
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

An in-depth look at the legendary punk band, The Stooges.

Comments about documentary «Gimme Danger» (22)

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Katherine Rogers

I had the pleasure of watching the 8th Anniversary Concert of 'MOS' on December 10th, 2017. It was a great time for me and my friends, the event was a great success. We enjoyed watching the live performance of 'MOS' live at its best and I think the experience of attending the concert and meeting the people behind the scenes of the concert was just as much fun. I highly recommend that you all come see this concert in the flesh. There is a lot of humor that goes into it and there is so much energy. The music is just as amazing and the setlist is absolutely amazing. I don't think that you will be able to look at the stage and not laugh out loud. So grab your friends and go see the concert. I will definitely be going to the concert again and I can't wait to see all the great musical moments that it will contain. I'm really looking forward to seeing this concert again and have already booked my tickets.

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Phillip Barrett

To all those who were excited by the announcement of the next Gorillaz album, I have news for you: it's gonna be a shitload of content. The next Gorillaz album will consist of "artist interviews," "interviews with band members," and a "mix" CD. "Interviews" I believe would refer to their process of interviewing each member, or, in this case, a person from the band's other record label. Their format for doing this will be like a mini documentary with the interviews happening in one room at the most. When I first heard about this new album, I thought "Wow, that's gonna be pretty cool!" After all, they are the new kings of the electronic music world. One thing I really did like about the interview process was that each member of the band was given some sort of room to talk to. Each member gets their own little room, and when the interview is done, the room is full. You get a feeling of freedom that I don't see all the time when interviewing with bands. And you feel like you're having an extended conversation with these people. All these interviews are really good, though I would say the introspective "Hallelujah" interview might be the best. It is, and that's not necessarily a bad thing. It shows you the songwriting process, and what is being said. Also, there are a lot of interviews about the band, like "Animals," "Kill Frenzy," "King Of The Partys," "Nasty Boy," and "Korro. That's pretty cool, but I also have to give credit for a great one-on-one interview with Damon Albarn. That interview is about the band making "Hallelujah," and what goes into making that song. It is also one of the best interview on the album. I recommend this to everyone, but really, I have to warn you. This is not a time you want to be paying attention to. This is a time to relax and enjoy the music, and just be you, not have all the people watching you every five minutes. If you want a good time with some friends, and you don't mind paying attention to the music, this is the way to go.

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My friend got the movie at a bargain bin and it was a great deal. You should see this movie at least once. It is a moving, amazing, inspiring documentary about the roots of rock n' roll and the music. This is the movie that everyone must see. It is the very definition of truth in filmmaking. It is honest, just so you know.

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This film is an all-around triumph. It's extremely well-made and looks great from beginning to end. This is especially true in the look of the film. The sound of the film is terrific and the production values are top-notch. The filming is excellent, the editing is great, and the cinematography is absolutely stunning. It is a great film that is immensely engaging and unique. The people involved in making this film are real people, and it is clear that they all gave everything they could to make this film come to life. For that, they should be proud. The only down side of this film is the dialogue. It is extremely clunky and not very well-chosen. Most of the dialogue is forced and seems to be taking place in a hurry. In addition, there are a few lines that are hard to take seriously. Overall, however, the film is an amazing achievement in production, look, and delivery. If you like rock music, or have some respect for music documentaries, this is a must-see. You won't be disappointed.

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Craig Butler

There's no 'need' to listen to the radio, unless you want to listen to the same songs over and over again. Instead, listen to a single song and really feel what the artist is saying. Not to mention the radio in my area is horrible and seems to constantly switch channels. This movie is able to bring you to the same place, and do it so well. A must-see.

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Judy Jones

In my opinion this is a must watch documentary! Not only for those who are into the bands but for all of us who are fans of music!

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I first watched this documentary on the TV. I thought it was a good one, and it seemed like it would be so. I watched it again about 10 days later. And now, a month later, I really like it. I did not know that the way they showed this documentary is the same way they show sports documentaries. I believe that I have learned a lot. That's why I gave it a 10 out of 10. The way the athletes talk to each other, I learned a lot of things. For example, they talk about the contract they signed. They talk about the new equipment, how they are training and how they are feeling. The way they talk about their opponents and how they talk about them, I learned a lot of things about them. I don't think I will forget these things any time soon. And the way they talk about the "fear" of their opponents, I learned a lot. I think that I would have learned a lot more if I had watched the movie about this subject. I also think that this movie is excellent because of the "F" word and the bad things they talk about the athletes about them. If you want to know about the benefits of sports, you should watch this movie. In addition to that, it is interesting to see the way people who are familiar with the sport speak about it, compared to people who are not familiar with the sport. That's what I learned from watching the movie.

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This film is definitely worth watching for anyone that likes punk rock music or is a punk rock fan. I don't like movies that are packed with violence or gore but this movie doesn't do that. This movie tells a story about people that hate and think that it's okay to do bad things to other people. This film also gives you the reason why a lot of people in the punk rock community feel like they have to attack others or commit murder. This is why I think that the movie is so awesome and I think it is important to watch because it shows how punk rock fans are trying to hold onto the punk rock music that they love. There are a lot of reasons why people hate this band and this film does show us why. This is the best punk rock movie I have ever seen in my life and I definitely recommend this movie to anyone who likes punk rock music or people that like punk rock.

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This is probably the first movie I ever watched with my own eyes. I was in 9th grade when I watched it and remember everything. I also remember the particular scene in the bathtub with the chick that is NOT in the movie. I did not get to see this movie again until today, and after watching this, I have decided that I will not miss this movie ever again. I remember so much about this movie, and I can only hope that this is just a thing that happened to me because of how much it stuck in my head. It was a very personal thing that I have always kept in mind. I want to thank all of the people who made this movie a reality. I look forward to seeing it again, and being able to share this experience with others.

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Denise N.

For a documentary film, it was just great. It's a great story, the acting was great, the music was excellent, and it was entertaining. The film was made by a group of teenagers, but I don't believe this to be a documentary of their lives, which is fine, because it's a great story. It's also a good story about the difference between people and how they should be acting. The film does a great job of showing this, although they can't be all people, it's still a good story. The music is excellent, and it's great to hear a band like The Strumbellas and Joe Strummer's band, "The Strumbells", play some of their best songs. The best thing about the film is the music, and I'm glad they chose bands that were a part of the rock world. The Strumbellas and The Strumbells are not the best band ever, but they are still good. You have to remember, The Strumbells were a group of people that were "over there" and not popular. It was a group of rockers that were famous for their country music. They didn't have a hit single until they made "Steal My Sunshine", which was great, they were considered a rock group and nobody was around to sing to. They had a great voice. You can't help but love the Strumbells and they are just a great band. The film is great, and I recommend it to everyone. I don't want to give anything away, but this is a great story about a band and it's great to watch.

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Kathy Martin

I've never seen a documentary that really captures the spirit and passion of a group of musicians and how it changed their lives. However, seeing this documentary has inspired me to re-earn my musical training by learning my instruments in the comfort of my own home. I also found this documentary to be extremely inspiring, and as someone who is, like many others, suffering from anxiety and depression, this documentary had a profound impact on me. A lot of people I have talked to have said how they felt inspired by the documentary and have used it to change the way they perceive their lives. The way this documentary was presented I found was very important. There were not flashy songs and songs were not used to hype the film. In my opinion, this documentary should be required viewing for all music teachers in the music industry. I recommend it to anyone who is into music and has a passion for it, as well as anyone interested in music for anyone.

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Gregory Howell

I must admit that i have always been a fan of drum & bass,and while some bands have really risen to the occasion and become real artists,others have felt so frustrated with their sound that they've not gone on to achieve any real success. This documentary on XTC is a very good overview of a band that was at the peak of their career at the time. The entire documentary has been shot by one of the band members himself,who reveals many of the band's music and ideas. For example the heavy and futuristic sound they were using at the time,which was the first true drum & bass sound,which had huge influence on both later generations and the N.W.A's of today. It was their music and their attitude to creating a new sound and sound that made them what they are. It's a very honest and enjoyable look at this landmark period of the history of drum & bass. I recommend this documentary to anyone,who wants to know more about this band,and see how a band from the UK got to where they are today,and what it's like to be part of a huge worldwide phenomenon.

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This documentary is like no other documentary I have ever seen. The topics and stories are absolutely brilliant, even the slow parts were riveting. From the very first minute the viewer was taken in and has a feeling of a real life drama. There is not a single boring moment. One can not ignore the fact that it's a true story and that there is no central actor. The performances are incredible. Everyone who has had a friend die due to drug abuse is affected deeply by the film. I recommend this documentary to everyone. Truly a true story.

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A superb movie to watch. The first half of the movie is just the point where they started to play the music, the second half is just as good. The ending was superb, even the little part at the end of the movie was very well done. If you have never seen this movie, watch it. You will not regret it.

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As someone who worked with the Stones on a number of projects, I have always been fascinated by the recording and presentation of Led Zeppelin. A lot of these projects were never made public and I have not had the opportunity to see these on film. Fortunately, I now have the chance to see them in this documentary, Led Zeppelin: The Bootleg Series, the first major production to document these historic recordings. I will not go into the details of the band's history and songs, as this was a labor of love and very well made. What I will say is that the DVD is incredible. Not only does it have the audio of each album in its entirety, but it is also presented in stereo and has a beautiful display. The DVD has excellent production values and the DVD sleeve features all the artwork and artwork of the recordings. The bootleg DVDs that have been produced for the past ten years or so have not been much different than the original releases, and I do not expect the next one will be much different. The DVD has a wonderful, almost documentary like feel, and you can tell that the crew really cared about what they were producing. I love the sense of being a part of something great. I recommend this DVD to anyone that loves the history of the band, or music. You will not regret it.

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Kathryn S.

This is a tremendous documentary that will change the way we see the world. An incredible cast, wonderful visuals, and unbelievable performances make this film absolutely unforgettable. Be warned that some parts are very disturbing. However, the film is a fantastic depiction of the rise and fall of Michael Jackson's career. As with so many other stories, we learn the true story of Michael's rise to fame, his struggles with drugs and demons, and his fall. One of the best documentaries ever made.

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Elizabeth G.

As a longtime fan of the band I was really happy to see this film. With the added bonus of seeing them live in their first ever US appearance. The film is very well done, from the action sequences to the beautiful cinematography, to the amazing soundtrack, and the above mentioned captivating story. I really appreciated the music, and I would definitely watch this film again and again.

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Jeremy B.

I've been a fan of PK since I was a kid, and was so excited when I found out he would be doing an HBO special on the music of my favorite bands, Nirvana and Pearl Jam. I was anxious to see his set, and I'm glad I did. It was so fascinating. For PK, music is a medium to tell stories. The stories are all about the world he lives in. You really feel for PK, the way you feel for him when you first see him on stage. You see him as a very human being, just like you and I. I do have one question though: Did he ever say anything about Pearl Jam that I didn't hear him say?

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I loved this documentary. I think the most impressive aspect of the film is the way that it is visually presented. I was able to experience a live concert, and it didn't feel like I was watching a movie. In that regard, it was incredible. Also, I think that the way that the bands were presented in the documentary made it even more special. In order to get an accurate feel for the bands, I have watched the videos on the band's website. The way that they were displayed was amazing. Each band was put into their own plot of the documentary, and I was able to feel how much the band meant to them. I can say with absolute certainty that all of the bands that I've heard about are great bands, but I think that this documentary is the most complete documentary on the band that I have ever seen. I think that it is one of the most important documentaries ever created. I have never heard anything about any of these bands, and now I know what all of these bands are all about. It is a very powerful documentary, and I think that the information in this documentary is extremely important to people. A lot of information is missing from this documentary, and the documentaries on the band's website was much better. This documentary is something that everyone should watch.

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Jacqueline Torres

I was hoping for something really good to come from the IFC documentary series. I was not disappointed. "Do I need to talk?" Yes, sir. I just wish they could have covered a lot more of the issue, as well as better research into the history of the sport.

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Barbara Mendoza

With the classic soundtrack to the movie, (which is the most well known) "Demolition Man" is actually a really good movie. "Demolition Man" is not an action movie, but a satire on the boom in what is called as "computerized warfare." The movie also has a really good message about what is right and wrong, and about how people need to realize that our world and its history are only the beginning of the "war on terror." It is the perfect example of a movie that touches on the subject of war and war crimes. It is great to see that this movie is being remastered in an a DVD format, and it should be the same format for "Demolition Man." I love this movie. It is a great movie and it deserves a watch.

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Arthur Burns

Director's cut is a great film with an amazing soundtrack and the audio is crystal clear. I recommend this film to anyone who loves music or has a passion for music. The audience and director discuss the music and the history of the record. This movie is filled with great music and great conversation. This film is an incredible mix of music, an inspiring story, great interviews and great film making. Get it on DVD or Redbox. It's worth it. I really feel this film is an inspiration to all music fans.