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(932) 7.3 93 min 2018

Bad Reputation is a movie starring Eric Ambel, Billie Joe Armstrong, and Gene Baur. Documentary about rock star Joan Jett.

Starring
Rodney Bingenheimer, Gene Baur, Eric Ambel, Billie Joe Armstrong
Genres
Documentary, Music, Biography
Director
Kevin Kerslake

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary, Music, Biography
Director Kevin Kerslake
Writer Joel Marcus
Stars Rodney Bingenheimer, Gene Baur, Eric Ambel, Billie Joe Armstrong
Country USA
Also Known As Joan Jett: Bad Reputation
Runtime 1H 33M
Description Documentary about rock star Joan Jett.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 02 Sep 2020 16:43

Well I've always been a fan of Michael Jackson. When I first saw him, I was shocked. But then, I discovered he was a singer, dancer, a producer, and he was even in the music video for "My Way". So that left me with no choice but to love him. But now that I've seen this documentary, I've realized that Michael Jackson wasn't a normal person. He had a very dark side and that's why I think this documentary is really great. It tells the story of how Michael Jackson became what he was. It shows how he changed in his later years. The film shows his life as a young boy. But what really makes this documentary so great is that it shows his life as an adult. I think this is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. I think it shows Michael Jackson as a person and not as a performer. I think he's a really interesting person. He's an artist and he has no qualms about making money. He's someone who made it in the music business and he made it because of what he did. He didn't want to be a "rock star", he wanted to be a music legend. But he's also a person who loves animals. He's someone who loves animals more than anything else in the world. He loves animals and he is dedicated to protecting them. I think he really is someone who has his hands in everything. I think that's why people love him so much. I think that's why this documentary is so great. I think it's something that every person should see. If you're a fan of Michael Jackson, then I think you should see this documentary. I'm sure you will love it. I hope you'll like this one as much as I did.
Thursday, 23 Jul 2020 17:41

Paula Vogel has an excellent track record for making documentaries. And when she did this documentary on the death of Dr. George Bell, the controversy is inevitable. But this film is really good. It is not about Bell but about the whole homosexual culture in Britain in the 1970's. Bell was an early example of a transvestite and a pioneer in this country. He was a popular comedian in the British underground but was very vocal about his sexuality. His death in 1978 at the age of 47 was due to AIDS. This film explores the history of the subject through interviews with Bell's friends, his family, his colleagues, and a group of other people who knew him. Vogel was not a historian but her research does show that Bell was a pioneer of the gay scene in Britain. In the film she explains why he was a pioneer and explains his influence in the British underground. Bell was born in the early 1900's and his sexuality was something to be proud of. He was a poet and a clown, and he did things that most people today would never dream of. He was a great prankster. He was the founder of the so-called "gay encyclopedia" and the BBC's first gay director. He also was an early advocate of women's liberation. He was a self-proclaimed "Lesbian.gag" and his work was often ridiculed. But Bell also was a friend to several lesbians, including Sylvia Pankhurst and Debbie Reynolds. Some of his friends also supported him in his activities. These are some of the people who made him famous. This documentary is very interesting. It is not only about Bell's life but it also explores the history of homosexuality in Britain and the social, cultural, and political factors that were a part of his life. The film is very good. It is not too long and the documentaries it is based on are a very interesting look at the whole gay culture of Britain. This is a very interesting documentary and one that is definitely worth seeing.
Sunday, 19 Jul 2020 13:16

I was always intrigued by the British music scene, and after watching this documentary I got a few things out of it. 1. The American recording industry was the worst, and its producers and promoters seemed to have no ethics, the worst of all being having a one million dollar audience. 2. It's sad to think that the people who have the most influence over the record industry (like record execs) and the music industry (like record labels) have been so brainwashed by the labels to be blinded by their money that they ignore what the labels have to say. The biggest downfall was that they only said what they wanted to say, no real thought or analysis. 3. Some of the biggest producers in the country are American, and this documentary makes it clear that the labels have no real power. I think that people are getting too hung up on what the labels have to say. Maybe there are people out there who are really missing out on the music because they've been duped by the labels. Maybe the labels are really good for what they're doing and deserve some credit. I think this is a good documentary, it gives a lot of truth to what people are missing out on. The best thing about it is the interviews with the bands and the people who actually make music. All the interviews are excellent. I'm a little disappointed that this documentary was not longer, and that the way it was edited seemed a little rushed, and it would have been nice to have some commentary from the labels. I'd definitely recommend this to anyone who wants to see a good documentary on the music industry.
Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 17:44

Like other music documentaries, this one is a personal story about a musician's success, failure, and the impact of the public on his career. Though this documentary will leave you with many questions, it's a must-see if you like music. First of all, the music in the movie is exceptional, from greats like Celine Dion, to the sound track of 'American Psycho.' It's no wonder the movie won an Academy Award, because the music and the interviews are absolutely perfect. Also, the film's format is different than most music docs, because it's divided into two parts. The first part covers Celine Dion's early years, as she is preparing for her role as a pop singer. It covers a few minutes of her career, and then we are shown her life and career. The second part covers the music that she performed in her 20s, and then it covers her 20s and 30s, and then it covers her 30s and 40s. We also get to see the "serious music" that her husband, Johnny Cash, left her for, and how she struggled with that. And then there are some short interviews with her children, and some with her manager, Rick Springfield. The movie's subject matter is a bit more heavy, but it's not boring at all. There are a few out-of-nowhere songs, and the music itself is wonderful. But, the best part of the film is the interviews. This is what really makes this documentary great. You get to see the early days of a great artist, and how her music changed her life. The interviewees are great, and we get to hear about their past successes and failures. This is one of the best interviews I've ever seen. And of course, it's the story of Celine Dion. And I can't say that about many of the documentaries I've seen. Her voice is incredible, and her music is amazing. It's a great interview. The only complaint I have is that it was a little too long, but that's because of the interviews. It would have been better to cut the interviews, but it's a great documentary. It's great for music fans, and it's great for fans of Celine Dion.


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