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(2516) 8.8 84 min 2018

Burn the Stage: The Movie is a movie starring Nam-joon Kim, Jin, and Ho-seok Jung. A documentary following the worldwide famous music group BTS, as they tour the world and share their experience along with their beloved band friends...

Starring
Jin, Nam-joon Kim, Suga, Ho-seok Jung
Genres
Music, Documentary
Director
Jun-Soo Park

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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 Music, Documentary
Director Jun-Soo Park
Stars Jin, Nam-joon Kim, Suga, Ho-seok Jung
Country South Korea
Also Known As Sân Khấu Ánh Sáng, Burn the Stage: the Movie, Burn the stage: La película, Burn the Stage: O Filme, Burn the Stage: La película, Burn the Stage - The Movie, Burn The Stage, Burn The Stage. The movie
Runtime 1H 24M
Description A documentary following the worldwide famous music group BTS, as they tour the world and share their experience along with their beloved band friends and fans.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 00:31

MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS - I will start with the positives. First, this movie was a great watch. It had a lot of great interviews and it has some great behind-the-scenes footage. There is some great music, including a very cool, very good "Sympathy for the Devil" song by Thin Lizzy. The interview with John 5 and Steve Allen were also great. The movie is also well made. It's shot very well, it has some really great editing and it was also very interesting to see some of the behind-the-scenes footage. The negatives, however, are the cast. Not only are there some great musicians that were not interviewed, but some of the interviewees are pretty terrible. For example, I really didn't like the way that Mick Jagger talked. I think he was talking too much. I also think that there is way too much music in this movie. This movie was also edited in a way that it felt like it was taking forever to get to the interview and then all of a sudden it would cut to a song. There were a few things that I really didn't like. I did not like the fact that the movie started off talking about the first album and then went back to "Sympathy for the Devil" which made it feel like it was a little awkward. The movie was also edited too quickly. The first hour of the movie was extremely slow, and then the last hour of the movie seemed to go very fast. Also, the movie was edited so fast that I felt like I was watching a video game. Also, there were a few parts of the movie that were too long. There were a few things in this movie that were not properly edited. Also, there were some parts of the movie that were edited too fast, making it seem like there was no story. Overall, I recommend this movie to anyone that wants to learn more about the making of Thin Lizzy and the band. Also, I would recommend this movie to anyone that wants to see the music of Thin Lizzy. Overall, I give this movie a B+.
Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 21:11

Bryan Jackson's 2007 film "Burn The Stage: The Movie" is a documentary about the history of the Harlem Renaissance, which was a true story of how the legendary blues guitarist and singer Buddy Guy, and his band The Kids were the biggest innovators of the Blues, when they broke up and then reformed in the early 70's. This film is a great insight into the making of the movie and the current look of the Harlem Renaissance. The documentary is made by the band and the folks at Columbia Records. The director and producer is Bryan Jackson. Bryan was the first filmmaker to bring this story to the big screen. Bryan is an American filmmaker who came to Harlem from Ohio, and he is a fan of music. He grew up in Harlem and then moved to New York City. He has been writing and directing for over twenty years. He has directed music videos, commercials, and the music video for "Yacht Rock" by the R.E.M. He has a background in documentary film making. In this film, he uses music, fashion, and dance as a source for his subjects. In addition to the music, he uses images of the Harlem Renaissance. He is an accomplished dancer. He is an accomplished singer. He is an accomplished musician. He is an accomplished filmmaker. He has also written and directed films about musicians. He has a background in the theater. He is a great teacher. This film is a great look into the history of the Harlem Renaissance. The music is fantastic, the fashion is gorgeous, and the dance and fashion is beautiful. It is a great documentary. It is a great film. I give this film an A.
Monday, 23 Mar 2020 15:42

This is an absolute must see documentary on one of the most influential, and most influential, musicians of all time. One of the things that really impressed me about this documentary is that I felt that the musicians that were interviewed were all great musicians in their own right. Even the most controversial and controversial musicians in this documentary, such as John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and the Beatles, were all great musicians in their own right. It was interesting to see them all talk about their influences and what they thought of the music that they were hearing. I was surprised to see that all of the musicians interviewed were fans of all the artists that they were discussing, so it really brought a lot of depth to the interviewees. The documentary was very informative, and it was informative to listen to the interviews that the musicians had. One thing that I did really enjoy about this documentary is that I felt that it was really interesting to see the music of some of the most influential artists of all time being interviewed. I think that the interviewees did a good job of bringing out the musical influences that they were hearing, as well as the musical influences that they were hearing from the musicians that they were talking to. I really liked the fact that they really showed the great musicians that were influencing the music that they were hearing, and I think that this was really good for the music fans. Overall, I really enjoyed this documentary and I think that it was really interesting to listen to the interviews that the musicians had, and I think that this was really good for the music fans.


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