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Shine a Light

Rated PG-13 for brief strong language, drug references and smoking.

PG-13 In Theaters 04/4/2008 , 122min.
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87%
Viewer score based on 3 ratings
76%
Critic score based on 36 reviews

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May 22, 2008
padoma3
IF YOU LOVE THE STONES YOU'LL LOVE THIS MOVIE. AND YOU GOTTA LOVE 'EM...
May 22, 2008
grandpopjnkns
Did not go in with expecting much. What are you going to show me that I haven't seen before ? Thankfully, I was caught off guard in a good way. I was taken out of my seat by force and pushed up on stage with the old guys turned young again. They made me young again ! Keith Richards is exposed as the genius that he is . Move over Godfather, Mick Jagger is the hardest working man in show
May 22, 2008
nomadthedrifter
Loved this movie! I saw it at an Imax Theater which gave it more impact. Showed Keith Richards vulnerable side. "She was Hot" got me all fired up. Buddy Guy was just amazing!
May 22, 2008
murbach
the dvd of the bridges to babylon tour in 1998 is much better set of their concert performances also the argentine dvd of their bigger bang tour concert from feb 2006 give much better performance and audience interaction of the stones at their peak dm
May 22, 2008
sg47
There are those who get 'it' and those who never will. Gimme shelter from those who don't.We mourn for those poor souls who are incapable of transcending into that altered state, that "zone" that the Stones (and Scorsese) pull us. As if you have lost your sense of smell in a French bakery, or lost your vision while on the beach in Ipanema. One can only feel sad. As to the Stones, there is

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USA Today
The genius of Scorsese's film, which is being shown in IMAX in 93 theaters, is that it reveals the Stones' mortality while celebrating all that makes them more than mere mortals. Full Review
Desson Thomson
Washington Post
Vibrant and engaging documentary. Full Review
Elysa Gardner
USA Today
The genius of Scorsese's film, which is being shown in IMAX in 93 theaters, is that it reveals the Stones' mortality while celebrating all that makes them more than mere mortals. Full Review
Joanne Kaufman
Wall Street Journal
Feast for Rolling Stones fans. Full Review
Joel Selvin
San Francisco Chronicle
An exhilarating documentary. Full Review

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