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    Ah, Poison ya beat me! I saw it too this afternoon and it was great! I definately want to buy this when it comes on video. I recommed everyone to go see this movie this weekend. I really enjoyed the music too.

    This weekend also on VH-1 there will be a RockStar weekend. At 1pm ET/12 pm CT tomorrow will be a Top 40 Hair Band Countdown. Also included will be hair band Behind The Musics, plus a Behind The Movie on RockStar with interviews with Mark Wahlburg and Jennifer Anniston that will air at various times over the weekend.

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    I have to disagree... I was kinda dissapointed. Marky Mark did an ok job and the movie was entertaining but it just wasn't realistic enough. Maybe I'm being too critical cause I've been in bands myself. I guess for a hard rock/metal fan, I'd wait till it comes out on video... not worth the ticket price. Just my opinion

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    Thanks for the warning Taz. *Not Man waits patiently for it's release on DVD*

    I rather watch movies at home anyway for a couple of reasons......If Mother nature calls you won't miss anything. Nobody will sit behind you and talk through the whole movie. Last but not least.....I think my surround system sounds better than the one at the movies.


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    Judas Priest tried to distance themselves from this movie because it became too commercial. Still, there were a lot of references to the band throughout the movie. It was entertaining and the soundtrack was absolutely awesome. But, at times, it lost me. I'm not sure what they were trying to say with this movie. The ending was, well, it left a lot to be desired. Did anyone else notice that during the outtakes the name of the movie was still Metal God? Its worth seeing though.

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    I'm very dissapointed. I was reading the top grossing movies of the weekend and "RockStar" only came in 4th place grossing $6.02 million. I don't know about you guys, but I wanted this movie to really do better. I want to see the 80's come back in a strong way. (Especially the music.) I thought this movie would be one of the tools that would help it. I get so tired of all the Britney Spears, Korn, N*Sync, Limp Bizkit crap that is out there. I want to see REAL metal rise again, along with REAL cool pop songs, etc. It would be so nice.

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    Cool

    I saw Rock Star on Sunday. I liked the movie and I really have to admit I loved the music. It had some funny parts in it as well. I love that guy who played his brother. (Don't know what his name is though) I remember him from the Wedding Singer, he played Glen, the one that was supposed to marry Drew Barrymore's character.
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