In 1969, the wildly popular rock band The Rolling Stones was finishing up their American tour with a free charity concert at the Altemont Springs Raceway in California, a concert that was touted to be on par with Woodstock. Documentary filmmakers Albert and David Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin were on hand to document the entire affair that quickly got out of hand. Considered one of the most unique rockumentaries ever made, does the film give Satisfaction or does it get no sympathy from the Devil? Eric, Kent & Lobster find out.

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In 1979, street gangs had been a feared norm in inner city life. Director Walter Hill decided the best way to deal with the issue was to make a film about one such gang called The Warriors who must get through treacherous turf from the Bronx all the way home at Coney Island with hundreds of gangs (and cops) hot on their heels. But does this cult classic deserve its street cred or does it deserve to get jacked? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster take to the streets to find out.

 

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In 1985, Australian auteur Peter Weir came to America to make his first Hollywood film. For this effort, he chose Witness about a young Amish boy who sees a murder and the police officer who is trying to protect him and his mother. Nominated for Academy Awards, including one for Harrison Ford, does Witness deserved the attention or should it be buried in the corn? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster head to Amish Country to find out.

 

 

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Just after World War II, Italy was in the midst of great hardship. Director Vittorio De Sica, utilizing practical locations and unknown actors, created a film that captured the hardship of a man whose employment is at risk when his bicycle is stolen. Having only one day to find it, he and his young son traverse Rome in a desperate search. But does this film deserve to be found or should time have stolen it for good? MovieDude Eric, Kent, and Lobster lace up their sneakers to find out.

 

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