#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Iconic California band Sublime fused reggae, punk, ska, dub, and hip-hop into a genre-defying new sound that electrified diverse audiences and airways in the mid-1990s. This definitive documentary charts their meteoric rise, tragic end, and lasting legacy.
Plot: A comprehensive history, reverent tribute, and inviting primer for the uninitiated, Sublime is a celebration of a unique moment that began with beach parties on the Pacific coast and continues today in a worldwide community of fans and musicians who were touched by the eponymous band’s one-of-a-kind sound. This definitive documentary charts Sublime’s meteoric rise, tragic end, and lasting legacy.
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I’ve followed this band since high school, when the singer was alive
Most of the views are personal experiences, and it sounds legit especially from Z-Man’s point of view. The odd part is how Bud Gaugh ended up on the cover, nothing personal but he was a replaceable member of the band. Other than him being replaced various times, the drug addiction and the stories in Mexico were very interesting to follow.
The parts that I followed, and the drug addiction makes it very clear that this was a movie is a bit of a falsehood. You can watch the VH-1 behind the music and get a gist for the band, and the movie ‘Stories Tales Lies and Exaggerations’ the stories about a dog bit someone was likely accurate but these were a majority of old stories that everyone knew. The performances in Mexico were new to me, so I enjoyed them.
This seems like a false sense of remembering a band, because most of what they claimed was new information is a theory or hard drug use. Had anyone filed a police report or any actual information provided seems to be questionable. It makes me question if members of the band were responsible for the death of the singer and his wife seemed to provide more information.
The documentary seems unsettling, but it’s still a decent documentary with videos of unseen footage.
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Genre Documentary, Biography, Music
Director Bill Guttentag
Writer Bill Guttentag, Nayeema Raza
Actors Kenji Easley, Floyd Gaugh, Sublime
Country United States
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