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Metallica: Some Kind of Monster

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

Full Screen Format
Dolby Digital
English 5.1 Surround
English 2.0 Stereo
Metallica Commentary featuring James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett, Robert Trujillo
Filmmaker Commentary featuring Joe Berlinger & Bruce Sinofsky
Theatrical Trailer
Concert Trailer

Feature Run Time 2 Hrs., 20 Min.
Color/B&W: Color
Rating: US - Not Rated
CAN - 14A


BONUS FEATURES on Disc Two
28 Additional Scenes:
Photo Shoot with Kirk
Lars with his Newborn Son
Metallica, Swizz Beatz & Ja Rule
Lars and Kirk Webchat
Management Discusses Metallica's Future
Should the Filming Continue?
James Talks about Growing Up
Surprise Gig at Kimo's
Metallica Honors Aerosmith at MTV's Icon
Take the Metal heads Bowling
Bass Lines for "My World"
More Work on "My World"
Kirk's Birthday
Tough Riff
"All Within My Hands" Vocals
Castor Doesn't Want Headphones
Bob is Bitter
Lars Stews in his Anger
Lars and James Have Made Progress
Kirk Goes to Traffic School
James' New Artwork
Album Packaging
Hammering It Out
Sounds Good
Rob Goes Snowboarding
Kirk's Father-in-Law Plays with Rob
A Lot of Work to Be Done
"Frantic" at the Fillmore

Festivals & Premieres
Sundance Q&A
Sundance Press Conference
San Francisco International Film Festival
New York Premiere
Metallica Club Screening

Additional Scenes II: This Monster Lives
Predictions about the album
Being Original
Lars and Dave Mustaine, alternate cut
*"F$%@! Meeting" extension
Raiders tailgate show
Raiders Fallout
The New Face of Metal?
Touring Confusion
Dee Dee's Legacy
Talking about bass players with Pepper
Rob's First Interview
Lars visits his childhood home
The Oslo Interviews

Music Video

Filmmaker Bios: Joe Berlinger & Bruce Sinofsky

Official Press Release:

METALLICA: SOME KIND OF MONSTER, the highly acclaimed portrait of the epic band, is heading to DVD on January 25, from Paramount Home Entertainment. This 2-disc set offers an all-access pass to the tumultuous inner world of Metallica and includes over seven hours of special features, such as 40 "unreleased" scenes, two audio commentaries (by the band and by the filmmakers), highlights from film festivals and premieres (Sundance press conference with the band and Q & A with the filmmakers, Metallica's hometown premiere at the San Francisco Film Festival, New York premiere), intimate interviews with Metallica about the film, a music video and trailers.

Paramount Home Entertainment is supporting the DVD release of METALLICA: SOME KIND OF MONSTER with consumer advertising on MTV, VH1, E! Comedy Central, Spike, CBS and UPN, as well as print ads in Rolling Stone, Blender, Alternative Press Magazine and Metal Edge.

The film that The New York Times describes as "Entertaining, moving and historically significant" is an intensely intimate look at one of the biggest rock bands of all time. METALLICA: SOME KIND OF MONSTER takes you inside the studio and into the psyches of Metallica, as they record their Grammy-winning album St. Anger. Over the course of two and a half years, the band - James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett, Robert Trujillo - battle their way through communication breakdowns, addictions, a band member's defection, fatherhood, domestic chaos and near-total disintegration during the most turbulent period of their 20-year history.

"Trying to whittle down over 1600 hours of footage into a feature-length movie was an often heartbreaking task," said filmmakers Joe Berlinger & Bruce Sinofsky. "We are thrilled that as part of the extensive special features on this 2-disc set, we were able to resurrect some of our favorite scenes that were so difficult to leave on the cutting room floor."

The DVD set of METALLICA: SOME KIND OF MONSTER is presented in full screen format (its original theatrical aspect ration of 4:3), it features Dolby Digital English 5.1 and Dolby English 2.0, English and Spanish sub-titles and it is closed-captioned for the hearing-impaired.

METALLICA: SOME KIND OF MONSTER is priced around $20 in the U.S. and C$36.99 (S.R.P.) in Canada. The set is Not Rated in the U.S. by the Motion Picture Association of America and is rated 14A in Canada. It has a running time of approximately 140 minutes and is encoded with the Macrovision™ Anti-Copy process.


I picked it up first thing this morning. I'm sure Thierry probably picked it up too... Good stuff here and it really shows the roots of Metallica and their lives during the toughest period in their 20 year history.

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And it's very, very, very boring. When I was watching it with some friends we turned it off.

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I'll be buying this soon. I am looking forward to see this.
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And it's very, very, very boring. When I was watching it with some friends we turned it off.

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what's boring about it?
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And it's very, very, very boring. When I was watching it with some friends we turned it off.

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what's boring about it?
That's just it... I don't think it's boring... It's entertaining! It's Metallica, in the studio dealing with the various issues that caused so much tension in the band. In the end, everything turns out well. Of course someone might think it's boring because it's a basic documentry. I think it's great.

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And it's very, very, very boring. When I was watching it with some friends we turned it off.
what's boring about it?
That's just it... I don't think it's boring... It's entertaining! It's Metallica, in the studio dealing with the various issues that caused so much tension in the band. In the end, everything turns out well. Of course someone might think it's boring because it's a basic documentry. I think it's great.

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It is boring. There is nothing entertaining about it. You don't get "interesting" discussions, but it just shows that they're arses that can't talk a decent line when it comes to emotions. Lots of doorslamming, fvck you's towards eachother and a shrink that makes them talk. All this lasts for more than 2 hours and it is boring.

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but it just shows that they're arses that can't talk a decent line when it comes to emotions. Lots of doorslamming, fvck you's towards eachother and a shrink that makes them talk. All this lasts for more than 2 hours and it is boring.

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sounds mighty entertaining to me LOL.
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Its a bloody top movie! I dont care what anyone says... you dont even have to be a Metallica fan to enjoy it. If you are, then its a bonus. Definately a must get for fans of the band. We assume that as rich and popular rocks stars that these guys are happy with themselves... but you really do see a different side of the band.

I saw it at the cinemas twice here in Australia... the extras on the DVD sound promising.
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And it's very, very, very boring. When I was watching it with some friends we turned it off.
what's boring about it?
That's just it... I don't think it's boring... It's entertaining! It's Metallica, in the studio dealing with the various issues that caused so much tension in the band. In the end, everything turns out well. Of course someone might think it's boring because it's a basic documentry. I think it's great.

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It is boring. There is nothing entertaining about it. You don't get "interesting" discussions, but it just shows that they're arses that can't talk a decent line when it comes to emotions. Lots of doorslamming, fvck you's towards eachother and a shrink that makes them talk. All this lasts for more than 2 hours and it is boring.

Salaam Aleikum,
Sebastiaan
It's different when seeing one of your favorite bands at an edge with each other. I mean... I watch the ending to that movie and it's very emotional. You have the theme from "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" with James and the rest warming up... And then he heads out on stage with the thousands of fans screaming. Very emotional for the fans.

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Thanks Guys Difficult to say if we must buy it or no

I'll take it as if you're interested by a sort of documentary (well Metallica documentary ) then you'll like it, but if you want to see a concert then you won't like it, it's not for you ....... is that right ? :P
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