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You won't be bored at all watching this film. It is full of interesting nuggets about the Strip but it is so disjointed in its telling. Some of the necessary folks in the history of the Strip say some nice old stories, but many of them have tiny relevant stories to tell. I have a certain nostalgic feeling for the Strip myself where I probably spent over a hundred nights in the 70's being a terrible man and seeing some remarkable music. Rodney Binginheimer who could be able to say nice stories about the glam era on the Strip has surprisingly tiny to add. Mickey Rourke whom I admire as an actor and some tattoo artist guy have a lot of screen time but add tiny to the proceedings another than the viewer wanting to figure out if Rourke is still using after all these years or not. On the plus side you have some nice comedians saying stories, STeve Jones from the Sex Pistols and Johnny Depp and some another great storyline tellers, but there are just as many people involved that probably could not have been. I am sorry, but Kelly Osbourne is just too young to be nostalgic about anything. It is a really disjointed film, but everytime interesting in spite of itself.
I thought this was a really interesting movie about the Sunset Strip. I loved all the footage from all the various eras on the strip. For example, there is footage in there from when it was just a street but nothing on either side of it but dirt, just emptiness. This original strip (not the Vegas one) has so much history. It's nice hearing celebrities (like Johnny Depp, Ozzy and Sharon Osborne, Peter Fonda) saying their stories as they re-live their private memories from popular hotels and clubs. Also in the film, there's footage and recollections of both River Phoenix and John Belushi's deaths on this popular strip. It's an nice strip so you've got to have both satisfied times and sad times to go along with it. There's just a lot of nice items in this film.
Interesting documentary (and an overdue one) chronicling the history of the infamous Sunset Strip in Los Angeles, extending from West Hollywood's eastern border with Hollywood to its western border with Beverly Hills. Lots of celebrities pop up to say their own private histories of life on the Strip, but the textbook facts are more interesting. Beginning with silent star Alla Nazimova's hotel, the decadent, sex-saturated Garden of Allah, the Strip quickly became the haven for Hollywood's elite (and their imitators) who wanted to party their nights away. Smelling simple cash and opportunity, gangsters and gamblers invaded in the 1940s, but the rise in popularity of night-life in Las Vegas seemed to zap the spirit of the Strip. With the Large Band sound on the method out, teenagers ruled the zone throughout the 1960s, with rock and roll evolving into protest music, which then brought in the riot police. The movie is a great mix of stills, newest interviews, vintage home-movie footage and film clips--but nothing here really sticks in the memory (with the possible exception of Peter Fonda's recollection of being arrested and calling for support from passing actor Bob Denver of TV's "Gilligan's Island"!). The 2006 closing of Turret Records melody shop (a Strip-staple) should well be the death knell for a generation of partyers, yet time inevitably brings a wave of fresh faces and personalities to the scene...and the Strip lives on. ** from ****
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