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The Dirt: Motley Crue Documentry

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  1. Outlaw99

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    On Netflix.

    Almost all the way through, what an awesome movie. Love it! I was a big Crue fan back in the day. A child of the 80s.

    Great story through the eyes of the band.

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    I really should get Netflix at some point.

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    Just finished it. It was good I enjoyed it.


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    Ive watched it twice. Mick Mars cracks me up. I wonder if he was really like that in real life.

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    Saw it, it was ok....nothing to write home about.
     
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    Just watched it and thought it was good. I grew up hearing the music but was too young to be a fan. Hard to not get sucked into watching a movie when one of the opening scenes is a girl squirting across a room full of people lol.
     
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    I've been a Crue Head since I was a 9 year old in 1988. First I have to say you guys need to read the book... as with any movie adaptation, the book has so much more details and layers. I've been waiting for this movie since they first mentioned it back around 2004 or so. I'm glad it wound up on Netflix so it could have the proper MA rating that their story deserved lol.

    I enjoyed it and it was exactly what I expected. They're not trying to win an Oscar Award, or create some gripping social moment. This band has been through ALOT in their 35 year career, and it is hard to really get much of that depth in a 2 hour movie. But it's a fantastic 2 hour highlight film that captures the 80's Sunset Strip gloriously. As a fan who has grown up with the band, it was great to see many shows and events recreated in this setting. Motley has never cared about critics, they were always just here to f**k shit up and blow your mind. The Dirt very well represents that. Any Motley fan will enjoy the hell out of it!

    BTW yes Mick Mars is just like this. I feel like his portrayal and MGK as Tommy Lee were the 2 most accurate character portrayals. Mick was always the weird grumpy old man of the group, and Tommy was always a big excited kid with his internal amp turned up to 15.
     
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    I was excited to see the movie and will definitely buy the book. I started listening to them in junior high, around 2000, so I missed their heyday, but they are absolutely my favorite band. I cant imagine a concert comparing to theirs that I've been too, especially being crammed in at the Joint, Hard Rock LV, front row. I always laughed how I was usually the youngest person at these shows.

    My dad, a fan of 80s hair metal in general, sat next to Tommy Lee on a flight a few years back, said he was one of the nicest guys he's met and a riot with some stories he told.
     
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    I watched it last night , I really enjoyed it !
     

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