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The Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park

The Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park is a movie starring Jason Cooper, Reeves Gabrels, and Simon Gallup. English rock band The Cure honor their 40 years together with a live concert at London's Hyde Park in July 2018.

Other Titles
The Cure: Aniversario en vivo en Hyde Park, The Cure: Live in Hyde Park
Running Time
2 hours 17 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Music, Documentary
Director
Tim Pope
Actors
Simon Gallup, Roger O'Donnell, Reeves Gabrels, Jason Cooper
Country
UK
Year
2019
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

English rock band The Cure honor their 40 years together with a live concert at London's Hyde Park in July 2018.

Comments about music «The Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park» (14)

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Benjamin Martin

What an awesome concert in London, a must see for the true fans of the band. Many great songs, great musicianship, great music, great visuals. The Cure: Live in Hyde Park is a great concert in a fantastic venue with great music. I highly recommend this concert to fans of the band. The Cure: Live in Hyde Park was recorded in Hyde Park, London. The band made a special appearance, as they had played Hyde Park in 1987. A special thanks to all who made this concert possible. I highly recommend this concert for everyone, it's great fun to watch. 10/10

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Peter Jimenez

In the first three films of the 'Cure' series, the film was more or less a soundstage that was well lit and set up, but the set pieces were sometimes distorted and filmed in a manner that made it difficult to really see what was happening. But this time around, the film was set in an actual location, not in a soundstage, and the soundstage was a lot more exposed and visible. The set pieces were much better, in fact, because we could see what was going on, and it was easier to get into the film. The sets and scenery were also better made, so the film looked more real. The acting was also better, and the cinematography was also better, too. It was a lot more fun to watch, and I have to say, it was the most fun I've had watching a film since 'Fantastic Four' (2011). So, go see 'Cure' again!

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Randy T.

I'm a huge fan of Cure and this movie is one of the most amazing movies I've ever seen. The Cure was amazing. I can't find anything negative to say about this movie. Every scene is so touching and the music is so wonderful. It is the most memorable movie of my life. The Cure is the most brilliant musical album of all time. I'm going to be honest with you guys. I don't listen to Cure music and I don't really like metal. But the music is amazing. The Cure is the greatest music ever. I've been listening to this music since I was a kid. I have a picture of my mom holding the record that I bought as a kid in my hand. It's a great album. This movie was so amazing and I'm going to be honest. The Cure is a great movie and I'm going to say this. It's a very beautiful story. This movie is my favorite movie ever and I love it so much. I just want to tell you guys. Don't forget to watch this movie.

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Jordan Kim

This is a truly wonderful documentary that keeps the audience in awe throughout. It really is amazing. The production design is amazing, the soundtrack is amazing, and the story is amazing. I highly recommend this to anyone who likes this kind of movie. I think this is a must see. I am so glad that I went to see it and I am glad that I went with my family.

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Sharon

I first saw this film in an art-house theater in Pittsburgh and was moved and profoundly moved by it. I never have been able to watch it in theaters again. It is one of the best films I have ever seen and I have watched it many times. I am not a fan of rock music and have never seen any of the bands I was listening to when I saw this film. I never knew about the cult band Rush, even though I like Rush. I was totally sucked into this film. I loved the music and I loved the performances. The film is very strong. The music is great and you can't help but be moved by it. It is like the music is alive. The movie has great special effects and I love that they were not CG. This is a very good film. The film has been in the can for many years but I believe it will be very successful.

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Phillip G.

It's a shame that this music is now almost extinct, the same can be said of this documentary. "Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park" is the ultimate documentary about the music of the Cure, and how it has inspired so many other bands and individuals. This documentary shows us how the Cure became known as the band that is remembered for bringing together a bunch of local people and making them a band, and how they became known as one of the greatest bands ever. You'll hear about their concerts, and about their music, which you'll hear so many great songs that you'll be amazed. You'll also hear about the time that the band spent in the desert, and about how they managed to play the Cure for a whole week in a row. I really hope that more documentaries like this are made about the Cure, because it's a lot of fun watching them.

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Brandon

I had the honor of attending this live concert in 2012, and I'm still processing what it's like. The music, the experience, the performances, the atmosphere, the interaction, the movie, the legends, the special guests, the choreography, the costumes, the production, the camerawork, the audio and video. It's amazing. The last time I saw the movie was in 2001, so I was too young to fully understand it. This concert is a testament to the power of music, and how we can make a difference through our own efforts. So thank you, David Bowie and The Cure for making this special event for us.

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Emily

This documentary is not for the casual viewer. I think the name of the film is really quite fitting, as this is the first time that I have seen this on the big screen. The film is about the documentary in which George Michael gave a special tribute concert to the Cure, which was a response to the death of Brian Slade (the real Brian Slade) in a concert in Las Vegas, which he and his band had attended. The film was shot in 1978 and edited by the film's director Brian Slade, who was also the producer. The film also features interviews with all the Cure members, as well as with George Michael. I think it is also very important to mention that the Cure were a band that were very successful in the 1970's and were one of the best bands in the world. Their sound is very similar to Led Zeppelin, but their music is very different. The Cure is also a band that were constantly pushed by a lot of people who saw them as a bit of a joke. The film is a great tribute to George Michael, and it is well-worth watching.

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Olivia

The Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park is a tribute to the life and career of the legendary punk band The Cure. Featuring exclusive interviews with the band, a special featurette about their infamous live concert in Hyde Park in 1978, an extensive musical video on the band, and a special appearance by the band in support of their album "The Cure". This documentary is a must for anyone who loves The Cure and any fan of the band. Great music and great interviews. This is a must for fans and a must for anyone who loves the band. Don't miss it.

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Bobby Fields

I had the pleasure of watching the reunion show on the first night of the Hyde Park retrospective in December 2015, and was thrilled to see a reunion of sorts. In its first decade, the Cure was a pioneering, groundbreaking, pioneering band. Their music is timeless, and I think it's very easy to forget what the band was like back then. I think this film will be an excellent reminder of that. It's quite remarkable that the film is not an all-star reunion, but instead focuses on the band members' individual stories. I'm happy that they did this, because the film really captures the band members' voices and emotions, and I think it's a very authentic way to tell their story. I hope that this film gets more recognition and a wider audience, because I think it's one of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time. I hope this film gets a lot of awards attention, because I think it deserves it. I think this is one of the best films that has come out of the UK in a long time, and I hope that it gets a lot of attention and recognition. I don't think I've seen a documentary that has the amount of heart and soul that this film has, and I hope it can get a lot of awards recognition.

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Emma J.

I can honestly say that the film is the best I've seen on the subject. I think it is very true to the book. I've seen the documentary and all it does is show you what happened. It's great to see the great care the producers and the directors have taken. They are very brave and they've done a great job. I really hope they continue the legacy. I've read other reviews and people that didn't like the film because they didn't like the books. I don't see how they can be so harsh on the film. It's so true to the book. And the documentary is also very accurate. I think it's very realistic. It's very true to the book and I think it's very very important to be true to the books. I've read the books and I've watched the film and I'm very happy to see the films are on the same level. I've read the book and I've watched the film and I think they're on the same level. I'm very pleased to see the films are on the same level and I hope they continue the legacy. I hope they continue to bring the same care and care to the films and make the films more truthful to the books.

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Randy Williamson

This documentary chronicles the life of legendary rock band The Cure and their iconic albums from 1978 to 2006. Filmmakers, Tom Hamilton and Ed Ruhl, do a wonderful job of making this a story that you'll be able to relate to and understand, even if you're not a fan of the band or their music. In addition, the story also brings you in to the lives of the band members themselves, with hilarious interviews with Brian May and Robert Smith, as well as with former bandmates, singer Mark Knopfler and bassist David Grisman. It also brings you into the world of the band and its music. Hamilton and Ruhl keep you interested, as the interviews don't drag on. They're well worth your time. If you're not a fan of The Cure, you should definitely check this out. I highly recommend it.

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Joe Fox

This film is a masterpiece, in the sense that it is as good as a documentary could possibly be. I have watched the film on the big screen and had the opportunity to watch it on the small screen, and it was not better than I had expected. It is a must-see for anyone who is a fan of the band. It's an amazing film and a great introduction to the band.

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Louis G.

Great album, but I didn't see the movie. I did however see the movie and I was absolutely blown away. I could not believe how different it was from the original. And I saw the movie and the album cover was in the movie! That is really cool! I also heard from my friend that there is a trailer that is going to be released soon and I can't wait to see it! It is definitely worth watching, but I don't know how I am going to go see it! I have not even seen the first movie! I have seen the first one so I think I am really going to have to see this one. I just don't know how I am going to get tickets for this one! I think I am going to have to see this movie. That is definitely going to be the last one I see!