Chemical Brothers - Don't Think details
|Formats:||PG DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||The Chemical Brothers, Chemical Brothers|
|Genre:||Music/Musical - Music - Easy Listening|
Chemical Brothers - Don't Think
|Run time:||1 hour 28 minutes|
|Rental release:||26 Mar 2012|
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Giving a bad review when you don't even like their music?By a customer , 27 Mar 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]'I can't really say it's to my taste in music, which is why I have only given it 2 stars'
That's like not liking a particular genre of films - say science fiction, for example - then watching an accepted classic of the genre like Blade Runner and only giving it 2 stars because you 'don't really like science fiction'? It doesn't make sense?
As far as live music DVDs goes, this is simply stunning. To paraphrase the BBC review, 'a demented firework display of kaleidoscopic assault and psychedelic wonder and disco connection being fired directly into your face.'
This is quite simply the one of the greatest live shows by an electronic artist ever. Amazing.
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There's nothing elseBy willowsmydog (3 reviews) , 21 Nov 2012Instructions for use:
Get rid of the wife/partner/kids/parents
Get yourself a four pack of 'Brew'
Switch off lights
Turn up the TV
(Actually, I watched this with my 8 year old daughter!)
Oh Dear! What a disappointment!By OPENTHEPODBAYDOORHAL (22 reviews) , 30 Sep 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]The Chemical Brothers on stage give one of the most exciting visual and sound spectaculars around. So why does some meddling so called 'Director' come along and try and make it even more exciting by inserting a load of jump cuts between the stage, the audience, people walking around the festival, bits of the light show and anything else that happened to take his fancy? It's symptomatic of a lot of today's film and TV style - the audience is credited with having the attention span of a demented goldfish and our brains must be jolted into action every split second or we will forget what we're watching and wander off somewhere.
Did the Chemical Brothers approve this film or have editorial control? I sincerely hope not.
I would have thoroughly enjoyed this concert if it had been filmed from about three fixed cameras so I could see the whole shebang in one go.
As it was, I had to switch it off after half an hour before my brain melted!
Must see 5 star magic!By Sirmatt (1 review) , 17 Aug 2012I've seen Chemical Brothers live a couple of times before and having seen a couple of clips on YouTube of this show I had to see the quality of it on Blu Ray. Amazing is the word I use to describe it, the visual effects really stand out and with the sound turned up full on the surround sound no Chemical Brothers fan would want to miss this! It's kind of reminiscent of Glastonbury and Creamfields festivals they did a few years back but obviously better and longer as its an actual Chemical Brother Concert rather than a set. All the best track are on there so for anyone that not only enjoys Chemical Brothers but any kind of dance/electronic music this is an absolute must see! I enjoyed it so much I will go out and buy this and I know you also get the live cd with it. Full stars from me, one of the best live acts I've ever witnessed!!
Lights off! and enjoyBy onion (314 reviews) from leeds , 11 Aug 2012I'll be honest, at first the picture quality seemed a little grainy for Blu ray. And it is, considering where when and who this is. But what a show!!
I've seen these guys a couple times and this certainly does justice to their live shows.
Enter the ZoneBy RJNeb2 (924 reviews) from London , 28 Jun 2012They may not exactly exude much in the way of personality, but dance duo The Chemical Brothers sure know how to get the primal urges going. Regardless of how you feel about their music, 20 minutes into this filming of their set at the 2011 Fujirock Festival in Japan, your feet will be tapping, your head will be bopping and you will have entered the Zone. Its totally mesmeric. And the fact that its accompanied by an eye-popping visual show too much to the orgiastic delight of the Japanese crowd only adds to its appeal.