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John Densmore - Ceremony honoring Jane's Addiction with a Star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Wednesday 30th October 2013

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John Densmore and Grauman's Chinese Theatre Thursday 9th February 2012 The 'Re:Generation Music Project' Los Angeles premiere held at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre

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John Densmore and Grauman's Chinese Theatre
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John Densmore Thursday 9th February 2012 The Premiere of 'Re: Generation Music Project' - Arrivals

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When You're Strange Review


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Expertly assembled with an array of never-seen footage, this film documents the Doors in a fairly straightforward way, telling their story with remarkable detail but never quite getting beneath the surface.

What makes it interesting is the way DiCillo puts the band's brief five-year career in context with the world around it. By any measurement, 1966 to 1971 were volatile years in America as the flower-power promise of youth was crushed by a series of horrible assassinations and premature deaths, then silenced by a right-wing political and social snap. The Doors traversed this turmoil mainly due to Jim Morrison's raw sex appeal, mercurial talent and addictive obsessions. In this account, the other three seem like fairly normal guys who never really indulged at all.

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The Doors Review


Very Good
I figure most of us thought The Doors was plenty of movie at 138 minutes. Little did we realize that one of Oliver Stone's least favorably received movies would call for a two-disc DVD set with 43 minutes of deleted scenes, numerous documentary extras, and a feature length commentary track from Stone.

And yet here it is.

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The Doors Review


Very Good
I figure most of us thought The Doors was plenty of movie at 138 minutes. Little did we realize that one of Oliver Stone's least favorably received movies would call for a two-disc DVD set with 43 minutes of deleted scenes, numerous documentary extras, and a feature length commentary track from Stone.

And yet here it is.

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The Doors Soundstage Performances Review


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When the music's over, turn out the lights. Fortunately, albums and videos about The Doors keep coming and coming, and this 2002 collection of three soundstage performances (all taped for various TV shows) are more must-have highlights for fans of Morrison and co.

Shot in Toronto in 1967, in Northern Europe in 1968, and back in New York in 1969 (for PBS!), we get to see the band at every stage of its career. From crazy hippies swooning in the audience to a bearded and sunglasses-shrouded Morrison crooning "Alabama Song," this is a tight and interesting retrospective packed into only 75 minutes.

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When You're Strange Movie Review

When You're Strange Movie Review

Expertly assembled with an array of never-seen footage, this film documents the Doors in a...

The Doors Movie Review

The Doors Movie Review

I figure most of us thought The Doors was plenty of movie at 138 minutes....

The Doors Movie Review

The Doors Movie Review

I figure most of us thought The Doors was plenty of movie at 138 minutes....

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