Rolling Thunder Revue


Biography / Documentary / History / Music

IMDb Rating 7.6 10 5421

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February 25, 2021 at 02:44 AM


Sharon Stone as The Beauty Queen
Sam Shepard as The Writer
Bette Midler as Self
Ronee Blakley as The Ingenue
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by christopher-underwood 10 / 10

there will be many arguing for what is so or not so in this wondrous extravaganza, but it will not be me

Stories told about Bob Dylan are almost as old as the man himself and it will not be me who claims to unravel the real from the unreal or the interesting from the uninteresting. In the same way there will be many arguing for what is so or not so in this wondrous extravaganza, but it will not be me. The original footage included here is of far higher quality, both technically and artistically, than we had any right to expect and if it is woven imaginatively, so much the better. I don't recall Dylan ever looking as animated as here on stage, nor perhaps as consistently happy but more importantly knocking out the songs so very well. This is a fantastic (even if possibly fantastical) film which I enjoyed from beginning to end and if someone wants to pick apart the Sharon Stone or Hurricane sequences, let them I don't care. No fan of Bob Dylan will not want to see this. No fan of Bob Dylan will (or at least should) be disappointed with this extremely well made tribute to the man and record of a certain time.

Reviewed by jennifertrathan 8 / 10

This made my ex-husband's Father's Day.

My ex and I saw Bob Dylan perform in 1984, a superb concert. My ex was and is a huge fan of his and as he doesn't own a TV (yes really!) I invited him to pop over and watch this on Netflix. The music is of course fabulous, Desire is my favourite Dylan album so it was a treat to hear so much from it. On the whole we both really enjoyed this. For me, the highlights were Bob and Allen Ginsberg at Jack Kerouac's graveside. his interactions with Joan Baez (where they are talking about each marrying other people - wow), Scarlet Rivera (so talented) and the section about Ruben 'Hurricane' Carter. However, I wasn't too impressed with the fake present-day interviews. I felt they were distracting from the main event which for me was the footage from 1975 and the real interviews. This made my ex-husbands Father's Day mind, I'm sure he went home to listen to some of his vast Dylan music collection.

Reviewed by Fiahm 3 / 10

Down In The Movie

Going into this I thought it was going to be a straightforward follow-up to Scorcese's excellent 'No Direction Home' documentary a few years back. It was only after it ended I discovered that so much of it - the Sharon Stone and Jim Gianopulos interviews, "Rep. Jack Tanner", "Stefan Van Dorp" (the European filmmaker claiming to have shot all the footage) - are all fake, a not-at-all funny practical joke on the audience that detracts from and trivializes the much more interesting true story of the actual Rolling Thunder tour.

If they were going to go this route of messing with fact and fiction, what would have been much more interesting would be to have gone back to the Renaldo & Clara footage and constructing a new film tying all the fictional stories shot then together in some compelling new way. Instead, dumb, unfunny, pointless false stories are cut in over actual events that take up time which could have been spent actually watching the many great live performances.

The end result is a cheap, confusing, badly edited, badly paced mess that lessens Dylan's legacy and wastes the audience's time.

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