|Title:||Made in America|
|11.09.13||DVR||This Screening is part of event: DVRfest 2013|
Jay-Z put on a concert in Philly and Ron Howard made a film covering it. You know, as far as concert films go this one was pretty good. Howard really plumbed the whole "Made in America" theme of it to the point where it felt a bit more akin to something like Wattstax than Through the Never. It was interlaced and diverse enough to keep it interesting to me although I'm sure Jay-Z fans are upset that it's not his entire setlist.
This was pretty good.
After Sunset Strip though, I found myself coming back to memories of a certain film throughout my viewing of this... so much so that I think I'm making a last-minute change to the line-up and I'm throwing in a DVD to make this double feature a triple. I haven't seen this next movie in a long time and the only time I did I was in the original Alamo with some drunk teens standing up and dancing in the row ahead of me. I'm excited to watch it again.