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(462) 6.9 95 min 2019

Gorillaz: Reject False Icons is a movie starring Seye Adelekan, Damon Albarn, and George Benson. Focused on the life of the band and their collaborators over the 3 vital years in which they developed critically acclaimed albums,...

Jehnny Beth, Damon Albarn, Seye Adelekan, George Benson
Documentary, Music
Denholm Hewlett

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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
Director Denholm Hewlett
Stars Jehnny Beth, Damon Albarn, Seye Adelekan, George Benson
Country UK
Runtime 1H 35M
Description Focused on the life of the band and their collaborators over the 3 vital years in which they developed critically acclaimed albums, 'Humanz' and 'The Now Now', and undertook their most ambitious world tour to date.

Top reviews

Sunday, 20 Sep 2020 13:25

It is my opinion that it is a great film. The film is a combination of a documentary, a mix of songs, and a surrealistic look at a music video. The music is very similar to the music in their first album. The story is very interesting and the cinematography is fantastic. It is very clear that this was an idea that Damon Albarn had when he was just a child. The film is a little bit slow at times, but it is very interesting and it keeps you entertained. The film is also very different from what you would expect from a Damon Albarn film. In a sense it is more of a documentary than a music video, but it does show a lot of the idea behind the music. This is also the reason that the film is so different than a lot of other films. The film was a bit more "artsy" and it was not very clear as to why the film was being made. It does show that there is a lot of artistic integrity in Damon Albarn. It is also not clear how the film was made, but it is very clear that the film was made in England. This was also the reason that I was surprised to hear that the film was directed by someone else. I expected it to be a little bit more artistic, but the film was not artistic. The film is very unique. It is not the normal music video. I think it is also important to understand the music. It is not something that is hard to understand because it is not as musical as you might expect. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes music videos. It is a very different experience than most other films. I would recommend this film to any music fan.
Friday, 28 Aug 2020 12:35

Truly a masterpiece! Fascinating, enthralling, beautiful, and yet it is an honest and human expression of the ideas behind hip-hop. Just as the Gorillaz were the culmination of that movement, I think the collective of hip-hop music fans who adore and follow the Gorillaz were the culmination of that movement. One can only imagine how the world would be without them. I would like to think that the vision and the love of art can be expressed in any way, but the fact is that the artists of the band, the music, and the sound is such an outstanding expression of what art is supposed to be. It can be distilled and distilled and refined into a single piece of art, but the art is the expression of a certain point of view and the expression of a certain world view. These artists have been the product of that world view, so it is hard to understand their greatness and their greatness can only be understood if you are a fan of their music, but you have to be a fan of their art, which I guess is one of the reasons why I love this documentary so much. I recommend this to anyone who wants to know more about the band, the people behind them, or just a true fan of the music. I have no idea why it is so difficult to get a copy of this, but I guess it is because it is not on DVD or something like that. If you are a music fan, or if you are an artist, you have to see this. I think it is worth the price of admission to this film, but don't forget to bring your friends because there is more to it than what the filmmakers showed.
Friday, 05 Jun 2020 12:24

This is one of the best documentaries I have seen in a long time. I have been a fan of the group for years, and was very surprised to see that they do not speak of themselves in the way they are often presented. The band consists of 4 people: Damon Albarn, Jamie Hewlett, Guy Garvey, and Kevin Drew. After years of building up their sound, they finally have the resources to make their debut album. The album is called "Humanz", and they have come out with it. This is an amazing thing. It is a masterpiece that would not be possible without the help of many people. The fact that the band can get their music heard from the mainstream media, and have it on music radio stations around the world, is amazing. I also liked the interviews with the other members of the band, who gave very interesting stories about their personal life and their work. This documentary really gets you involved with the band, and you can tell that they are passionate about making the music they love. The group really gets the message across in this film, and they truly deserve all the praise that they are getting. I am very happy that I watched this, because it really makes you think about your own life and the people you know, and makes you want to find out more about the band and the things that they are doing. If you are a fan of the band, and you enjoy music as much as I do, you should definitely check this out. It is a very entertaining documentary, and will definitely make you want to discover more about the band. The band is worth watching, and I hope that the band will make more movies. This documentary is a very fun and enjoyable experience. You will not be disappointed.

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