Shine a Light

DVDs I Bought This Week!

Brian Gibson loves to buy DVDs. Come with him on his weekly journey into the depths of credit card debt as he tells you what to buy, rent and avoid.

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Neil and Kevin serve witty banter over a discussion of love and football for Leatherheads, take a trip to Nim’s Island, freak out over evil weeds in The Ruins (while drooling over Laura Ramsey and her fabulous breasts) and wonder whose bright idea it was to put Mick Jagger’s wrinkly mug on an IMAX screen.

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The Rolling Stones in Shine a Light

I am at least one generation too late to be way into Mick and the rest of the guys, but I will admit that The Rolling Stones are good stuff. As well, I am certainly not too young to know that Martin Scorsese is also a man among boys when it comes to directing just about anything. So when you combine the two for the upcoming IMAX documentary Shine a Light, that’s a pretty enticing proposition.

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The Rolling Stones in Shine a Light

Despite Mick Jagger’s lively prancing—his energetic frontmannery—a Rolling Stones concert is above all a sonic affair, rather than a visual event. A concert film, then, would seem pretty straightforward, at best: something to hear, but not much to look at—the sort of thing that goes straight to DVD or PBS. Martin Scorsese, however, through his ever-moving concert cam, manages to make Shine a Light both.

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The Rolling Stones in Shine a Light

Since there is absolutely nothing more that you could possibly want out of life then to see The Rolling Stones on the massive screen that is IMAX — and we know this because their DVDs, CDs and documentaries still sell like crazy — we thought we would get with the fine folks at Paramount and arrange for some of our awesome readers to see it all for free.

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How incredible would Redemption Song be as a title for this as-yet-untitled documentary?

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We’ve already rolled through Universal and Walt Disney, so now it’s time to talk about Paramount Pictures’ lineup for 2008.

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