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Re: Almost Famous: Untitled (2000)
« on: October 10, 2011, 05:14:11 am »
I'd never seen Almost Famous before  not sure why, might have been because Kate Hudson was in it, she's like Julia Roberts to me, I just don't like her. But Amazon had the newly released BR for $13 this past week so I picked it up. I was hooked on it from the opening scenes. The fact that it is mostly sort of based on Crowes time with The Allman Brothers band helps because you really want to believe that someone went through what this kid did. It makes you want to do it, unfortunately the music scene has changed so much that having quality acts producing music is a rarity with all the crap "musicians" making it big. It just doesn't take much effort to be a rock star now a days.

Kate Hudsons character is great, Kate Hudson, eh, not so much. I think any young actress could have done as good or better than her, but she didn't ruin this movie, it would have taken a much worse actress than her to do that. Its really a brilliant film from top to bottom. Usually a film has one or 2 defining scenes, this one the whole movie is the defining scene. I wish I'd had seen it long before this past week.
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