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Rush: Time Stand Still 2016 123movies

Rush: Time Stand Still 2016 123movies

The story of a band, its fans, and their 40 year relationship.Nov. 03, 201697 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – An account of the final tour of the band Rush, including in-depth interviews with members of the band, the crew, and various fans.
Plot: This feature-length documentary film chronicles the final major tour for legendary rock band Rush. It is an intimate view ‘under the hood’ of a historic moment from the perspective of the band, their fans, crew, and management. Featuring interviews with the band throughout their sold-out 2015 40th Anniversary tour, the film also shows rarely seen backstage footage capturing the final moments of life on the road. Highlighted as well is the impact on the band’s fans and the world that has been built around the beloved Canadian trio. This is the final touring chapter of a band that has meant so much to so many fans around the world. With narration by Paul Rudd. Feature run time: 1 hour 37 minutes; Bonus content: 67 minutes.
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Farewell To Kings Indeed
If you’re (like me) a die-hard Rush fan, you’ll be weeping at the end. Can’t help feeling that Lifeson and Lee are not at all happy about the end of touring days for Rush. At the same time one can understand why Peart has hung up his tour cymbals. There is no easy way to play a Rush song, let alone perform like an octopus on speed for 3 hours at 63! Generally the movie is a good insight into the work it takes to put on a show, and the groundhog-day affect it has on the band and crew. Beautifully shot and edited, with clips of the band throughout all their stages (bad hair, dreadful 80s clothes et al). My only “negative” viewpoint: Cant help feeling this “film” was rush-released a bit. (no pun intended) It seems like Alex and Geddy are doing a “see how sad people are Neil? See what you’re quitting?”. Additionally, they might also have touched on “hey fans, we might have stopped touring, but we will still keep writing and recording!”..but they didn’t. I think if you put the three boys in a car together now there would be deadly silence as each one just stares out the window. I don’t think we’ve heard the last of this. Prediction: More albums….the odd one-off show. We shall watch and pray….
Review By: rainerlindheim Rating: 7 Date: 2016-12-13
More Voices of Rush, Less the Sound of Fans
I’ve been a Rush fan since 1985 and I’m always going to want to see a film about the Toronto Trio, however, Rush: Time Stand Still is an uneasy concept. The hook of the countdown to the potentially last ever Rush concert works, but the mix of contributors that the camera eye focuses upon didn’t fully animate me. The interviews with Geddy, Alex and Neil are illuminating (and in some instances, very frank), as are the insights provided by various members of the touring crew, but the conceit of shifting to fans unbalanced the film. As nice as the fans seemed to be, I’m not really that interested in a guy who collects every Rush news clipping there is to clip, or the background, motivations, and activities of the founder of RushCon when I could be learning more about the tour from the key players, literally. A documentary entirely about fans set against backdrop of the final tour/show would conceptually work, but the mixed approach is ultimately frustrating, especially as it really is the end of a rock era and presumably the last Rush film that will be made. In terms of content, the backstage preparations footage is excellent, and the final scenes are very poignant, but what is bittersweet is the dynamic that pervades the film. As another reviewer has stated, there is, from counterparts in the band and their manager, a clear sense that there is a strong desire for the show to go on within these quarters, but that it is Neil Peart who is adamant that it is the end for him (and so for the rest of the band). Now, given that they are my favourite band and always will be, I’d selfishly love another 10 Rush albums and for the band to go on endlessly rocking towards 2112, but I am also a realist and so I do not want to see Rush eventually losing it on stage, and I would hate to see the music simplified or compromised, as it inevitably would be given its complexity and the physical prowess needed to perfectly perform it. So, while Neil Peart may have now largely disavowed the influence of Ayn Rand, he still remains doggedly individualistic to resist, and I respect him for displaying such determined free will in the face of peer pressure in his decision to draw the Rush curtain and move out of the musical limelight – the Rush drum parts are not suited to the 60+ age range, and Peart wisely knows (and painfully feels) this. Hence, he clearly recognises that, sadly, time does not stand still. So, in the wake of the magnificent Clockwork Angels album, and two subsequent successful tours that saw the band playing at the top of their game, Rush and Neil Peart go out in triumph, and it would have been good to see this ethos communicated more clearly in the film as few bands ever achieve such a marathon career (or possess such potent enduring creative chemistry). So, in the end the film, while you do not need to make it your mission to see this, it is still certainly worth catching for its insights into how a band with such a long history plays its last note and final cymbal clash, but Beyond The Lighted Stage remains the definitive Rush filmic anthem, and I’m glad I saw this on Sky Arts as I would have been disappointed to have paid any big money for the DVD. The band’s fans are a mighty fine group (and their tears do flow), but when I’m in the mood to watch a film about Rush, I just want to hear the words of Dirk, Lerxst and Pratt.
Review By: By-TorX-1 Rating: 7 Date: 2018-08-15

Other Information:

Original Title Rush: Time Stand Still
Release Date 2016-11-03
Release Year 2016

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 37 min (97 min)
Budget 750000
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Documentary, Music
Director Dale Heslip
Writer Dave Bidini
Actors Jillian Maryonovich, Scott Appleton, Gerry Barad
Country Canada
Awards 1 win
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Stereo (Stereo), Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1)
Aspect Ratio N/A
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
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Rush: Time Stand Still 2016 123movies
Rush: Time Stand Still 2016 123movies
Original title Rush: Time Stand Still
TMDb Rating 8.4 5 votes

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