2008 / 77
This documentary follows the pioneering heavy metal act Anvil as they cope with obsoleteness, recover from a disastrous tour and record a new album. A band of rock 'n' roll survivors isn't about to let their dreams disappear along with their youth.
2012 / 111
This documentary explores the history of Memphis rock band Big Star, which experienced commercial failure but influenced major artists such as REM.
2012 / 4.0 / 74
Chart the incredible late-in-life rise of 62-year-old soul singer Charles Bradley, whose 2011 debut album rocketed to Rolling Stone magazine's top 50. He survived poverty, heartbreak and homelessness. But can this sixtysomething soul singer conquer the music world?
2007 / 124
Joe Strummer, the late lead singer of legendary rock band the Clash, narrates this documentary of his own life through collected interviews and tapes. First he rocked the casbah, then he rocked the world. A punk demigod's story speaks for itself.
2012 / 3.9 / 95
Vice magazine's Andy Capper follows rapper Snoop Dogg on a pilgrimage to Jamaica, where he rechristens himself Snoop Lion, a reggae artist. There's more to rapper Snoop Dogg than just rhyme and ganja. In (many) puffs of Rastafarian smoke, the new Snoop Lion is born.
2012 / 3.2 stars / 84
Featuring interviews with genre greats, this toe-tapping documentary posits that disco wasn't just a cultural phenomenon but an anthem for change. The music spurred on a lot more than bell-bottom pants and platform shoes. It was the sound of a generation.