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Burn the Stage: The Movie

Burn the Stage: The Movie is a movie starring R.M., Jin, and Ho-seok Jung. A documentary following the worldwide famous music group BTS, as they tour the world and share their experience along with their beloved band friends and...

Other Titles
Burn The Stage. The movie, Burn the stage: La película, Burn the Stage: La película, Burn the Stage - The Movie, Burn the Stage: O Filme, Burn The Stage, Sân Khấu Ánh Sáng, Burn the Stage: the Movie
Running Time
1 hours 24 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Music, Documentary
Jun-Soo Park
R.M., Suga, Jin, Ho-seok Jung
South Korea
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A documentary following the worldwide famous music group BTS, as they tour the world and share their experience along with their beloved band friends and fans.

Comments about music «Burn the Stage: The Movie» (24)

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This documentary was absolutely amazing! I don't really like reviewing movies but I must at least tell you this, I highly recommend this movie for anyone who wants to understand the difference between African American Culture and pop culture. Not to mention, the storyline was great. It could be the most important thing for anybody to know. The movie really showed the difference between black culture and pop culture. It is a must see!

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I am the artist and producer of this documentary and I want to say how humbled I am. The real-life stories of the young men and women who played in, directed and recorded the music for this film, are priceless. I had never heard of either of these men, and they were all amazing. I was so moved by the stories of these incredible artists that I hope to see more of them. I hope to see the guys and girls of today doing amazing things. I want to see more young musicians and dancers who are on the cusp of being stars in their own right. This film is so powerful and I could not have been more thrilled to be able to share it with the world. I am so grateful to Rob Hall and the entire production team for making this movie and bringing it to the world. This documentary will bring some wonderful changes in the lives of young people everywhere. Let this documentary go viral and share this film with people all over the world. The stories in this film are true and they will stay with you forever. I love this film and I hope the people of the world will come out and watch it. Thank you so much to all of the people involved with this film. This film is about the most important things in life: LOVE, FOOD, AND HEALTH. The beauty of this film is that it is about all of these things, but the stories are about two particular individuals, and these stories will be shared with each of us. I hope to see more people like Steve and Sam from the first day of school when they entered elementary school. This is a true eye-opener to me, because Sam was only able to play one instrument: the violin. He played it very well, but he was never able to complete a piece. Steve, now a musician, was the most inspirational and talented young man I've ever met. We met, and I'm so happy that he is a musician. He is amazing. This film is my ultimate vision of what is to come for this world and I'm so grateful to be able to share this vision with the world.

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I haven't seen this film in years but it is still a stunning documentary about Bob Dylan. I agree with the previous poster who said that this is more of a film than a documentary, and it is of a different kind. The film is not all about Bob Dylan. It is about the music, the songs and Dylan himself. It is a film about an artist. It's about life, about the times and about his music. What was interesting to me about this film was that it focused on the songs, not on the people in the band. Not all of the people were Bob Dylan fans, but the band was a family. If you loved Dylan, you will love this film. It is not just a film about the history of Bob Dylan but also about his music. It is a fantastic film, much like the best documentaries are, but it is not about Bob Dylan, it is about the songs and Dylan himself. A very good film. 10/10

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Bryan Harrison

This is a very deep and deep looking movie. The soundtrack is great. It tells you the story of what happened to the band over the years. It also includes some of the history of the Queen's and their legacy. If you want to get into the music and the history of Queen, this is the best movie to do it with. It will make you realize just how special and special the band is. I don't think anyone could have done this better.

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I loved this documentary. If you like Bruce Springsteen, or have a child of your own who has a passion for music, you will love this movie. I highly recommend it. The way the music was presented was so authentic and that is what makes it so powerful. Even the photos were fantastic. The way the music was made was also spectacular. The young people that were interviewed, spoke with such passion and sincerity, and were so willing to share their stories, were a very good way to show how music can make a person's life a little brighter and a lot more hopeful.

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Betty T.

This is the real Jackie Burroughs. His debut movie is really like "Smoke Signals". It's about an artist and his rise and fall with the music industry. This movie does not even come close to covering the music industry. The quality of the filming is superb. It was made with such love for the era, with many of the actors being who they are now. It has been so long that this movie has not been released, but I hope it is not long enough. Hopefully it will get a DVD release. It would be great for someone to put it on DVD. The DVD sleeve design is something I will buy for myself. That would be something special to me. The music is beautiful. It's not only the sound that is amazing, but it's also the lyrics. This movie is about the music industry and their mistakes. The music is beautiful and the movies are worth the watch. It's a great movie, really. The music is worth the watch.

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The movie is a great tribute to his life and of course the music. The movie starts out with his childhood and the famous concert he played at in the 60s. The movie is really nice and it covers his entire career, from when he was a teenager to the great concert he did at the age of 45. The movie also includes a little bit about his love life with his former wife who was a great actress and a good singer. The movie also goes into some of his problems in life and the support of his family and friends. Overall I think this movie is a great tribute to this great man and it really shows the greatness of John F. Kennedy. If you love John Lennon then you should definitely watch this movie.

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Doris S.

I love how the director, Matthew Alcott, covers many different elements of the history of rock n roll, and his interviews with many of the original members of the band. I'm not a fan of the film, but I'm sure that the music will be an important part of the conversations. I have been a fan of the music since I was around 5 years old, and this is my first time watching the film. It really gives a great insight into what it was like to be a kid who was into the music. If you are interested in hearing about the history of rock n roll, this is the documentary for you. It's very fascinating and will definitely give you an insight into the music, especially when you're not an actual fan. My favorite parts were when the director had interviews with the people who played bass in the band, and he did a great job of explaining the history of the bass player, etc. I think that the film is really interesting, and definitely has some great music to it. The music is great, but the interviews are great. I think that the interviews are great, and I would definitely recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the history of the music.

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I never really cared much for performing in front of a crowd, and I'm pretty sure that anyone who does will feel the same way. But I had a special bond with the band that started with Paul (Burt) and Jeff (Wigmore) at C.I.A. School. My first audition was in the basement of the San Fernando Valley Fair. I had never been to a fair before, and was a nervous wreck. I remember thinking, "This is not going to be like a "real" concert." But after a few weeks of rehearsals, I got into it. I could never get sick of the audience. They were so focused and focused on what was going on, they couldn't hear the music. My dad said, "You have to get on stage." And I did. And I was totally amazed by what I saw. The crowd was so incredibly quiet, and so focused on what was happening, that they didn't even notice that I was singing. I think that's why they all loved it. I had never felt so close to a band, and that's what I want to see. That's what I want to see. I also really enjoyed the other bands, because I had seen them in the film. I loved their style. I loved how they mixed rock and country. I loved their ability to connect with the audience. And I loved their music. The sound was really good. And I loved the way they sang the songs. I also thought it was great to see them in the "Hollywood Freeze." I really liked how they had the stage manager, and I thought it was cool that they had the Hollywood Freeze logo on the stage. The movie was pretty good, but it was also a little sad to see some of the members of the band. And I felt that there were a few of them who were not in the band. But the director did a great job of portraying the band. They really did show the power and influence that they had. I really loved the fact that they had the members of a couple of other bands. I loved the fact that they made it seem like it was all Paul and Jeff. They really did make it seem like it was just Paul and Jeff. They really did give it that "Rock and Roll Band." They really did show the bond that they had. And they did show the "hype" that they had. It was really great to see them play live. And I also really liked how they told the story of the tour. I really liked that they showed the story of how they started the band. They also did a great job of showing the influences that the band had, and what it was like for them to go from being a band that was in the woods to the world of the music industry. I really liked the fact that they showed the idea of how the band would go on tour and go into different cities, and it was really cool to see that. I really liked

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Christine A.

I have seen this documentary in the past and I really enjoyed it. It was an excellent balance of what I felt was a balanced documentary. It was filled with clips from the music, interviews with the artists, and the film itself. I would say that it is worth watching for fans of music, or even fans of the performers, if you like music. I would also say that fans of hip-hop and rap will enjoy it a lot, as it covers some of the main bands and even some of the rappers. It is definitely a must see. I would say that it is one of the best documentaries I have seen in a long time.

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I have been a fan of Bob Dylan for more than 30 years. I have followed his career since the early 1970s and have seen some of his greatest songs performed live. In 1975, at the time of his farewell tour, I heard a story from one of his managers about Bob Dylan telling him that he had a small part in a film. Bob Dylan said, "But I think you could probably make a big name out of it". So in 1976, I went to see "The Color Purple" and got the chance to work with him. I loved working with Bob Dylan and learned a lot from his career and the fans. I believe he was up there with Elvis Presley as one of the greatest living American musicians and his music will never die. This documentary follows the same path that "Born to Run" did with Jim Brown's rise from working-class Alabama to the top of the baseball world. "We Don't Take Care Of Business" was one of the best sports documentaries of all time. This documentary is on the same level. It takes the audience on the journey to see Bob Dylan's music evolve and rise up the charts. My only complaint was that the songs in this documentary were too short and there was a lot of movie footage. If there is a DVD, I would buy it to see more of Bob Dylan.

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The comments of fans of alternative music are great. The DVD is well-made and is filled with incredible footage from across the world. The DVD comes with a few nice features: interviews with producers and bands, interviews with rock and pop stars, commentary by a few of the artists and interviews with a variety of influential people. The DVD is very well-made. The film is not a documentary. The title is more appropriate as a tribute to the '50s and 60s alternative rock scene. The film is fun and informative. It is also very interesting. The video presentation is not perfect but it is well-done. All the best to the film.

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This movie really captures the spirit of those who play the concert, and who perform with their "forsaken" guitars. Many are still playing, though. And many are still sad and depressed. But at the end of the day, it is a music fan who wants to be part of a long and "interesting" tradition of people who are different than the rest. And for that reason, I like it, and I am grateful for having witnessed it. It is great to have many great musicians and their families in one place, sharing and sharing and sharing. I think that all of us should appreciate it, especially those of us who are not as fortunate as these. As it was said, "there is nothing new under the sun". Well, this movie has given me something new.

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I saw this movie at the Screen Junkies film festival in Melbourne and it was a masterpiece! The fact that it was presented in an intimate theatre with no audience, just an audience, and the dedication of the cast, made the film so enjoyable. Not that I don't appreciate all the great work that the rest of the crew did. I just loved the fact that the audience of the movie was directly affected by their decisions, but not in the way of a passive observer. The "hearing" of each choice was well communicated and dramatic in a way that I did not expect. The "doing" of each choice was well done, and also felt natural. There was a lack of judgement, and I felt I was part of the story. It was not soap opera like the average Hollywood movie, but instead the gritty truth of this story. The actors did not feel they had to "win" the audience, which is always the problem with Hollywood films. It is the result of that that "everybody does it", which is not the way to do it. I also liked that the actors would show scenes from their past and talk about it, which is the only way I can describe a strong "behind the scenes" performance. Overall I loved the movie. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in movie history, or anyone that wants to find out what happened in the theatre at the time.

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Sharon W.

This is a must see for any fan of British music. Michael and Les's stories are a joy to watch and this movie gives us an insight into the music that was so important to them. If you're a fan of The Smiths, this is a must see. It really is a documentary that gives you the inside story of a band. Not only that, it has some great interviews and lots of great music. A must see. If you want to know the ins and outs of how British music works, this is the best way to do it. This is a documentary that should be released on DVD so that people can make their own opinion. The movie is a fantastic resource to know more about British music. I would give it a 10 out of 10. I would also like to thank the Smiths for making this so interesting. I would like to see more of their movies.

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Diana R.

A new documentary film, 'Burn the Stage: The Movie' is a great addition to the retrospective of the 1980's alternative rock group, 'KISS'. This movie shows how they used their talents to help many people. Some of the people in the movie include: Gene Simmons, Mick Jagger, Peter Criss, Roger Daltrey, and others. This documentary is interesting, fun, and entertaining. You will enjoy watching it. I give it a 9/10. The first time I saw it I thought it was a bit slow. I didn't like it as much when I went back a few times. But after I saw it again, it was fun again. It's very interesting to see how the group grew up and how they made music. It is also interesting to see how the members of the band became famous and became musicians. I think it is a good documentary for the KISS fans. It is an interesting documentary. It shows how the band and their fans grew up and how they became musicians.

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Johnny W.

This film is a mixture of performance, performance art, and documentary, which also makes it a good study of one of the most important times in American history. As well, it is a visual epic, which is shown on a stunning amount of screens. The movie is a combination of such visual elements as the photography, the sound, the acting, and the editing, as well as the musicians, as they do their thing. I personally liked the music, which was all of the music that was created at the time. The music really helps to emphasize what the actors are doing, and it makes it feel like you are there with them. It is all too easy to get caught up in the film, and not pay attention to the words and images being spoken. This was a major problem with some of the performances in the film, which caused me to skip some of the performances, which would have helped me get caught up. This is also the case with the film, which is all of the performances and the images, but it is also too difficult to be absorbed in the story. However, I have to say that the film was very entertaining. It is a great study of American culture, and how it was affected by World War II. It is also a look at a different side of American history, which was not very well-known. The images, especially the one of the final performance, are all very moving. However, it is still a very superficial study, as it only focuses on the music, the visuals, and the performances. As well, there are several instances of sexual behavior, which are rather graphic, and somewhat disgusting. The acting is great, and it is quite well-done. I thought it was a great film, and I would recommend it to anyone. The documentary is also great, and is also very entertaining. Overall, it is a great movie, and I recommend it to everyone.

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Charles M.

I've been a great fan of Chris Cornell ever since the first time I heard him on MTV, and I'm so glad he came out with this movie. I didn't know anything about him before I saw this movie, and this movie showed me what a great artist he is. He was so sincere, and I'm glad that this movie showed us how inspiring he is. There are so many great scenes in this movie, especially the final song. It's really inspiring. In fact, I had tears in my eyes at the end of this movie. But, I do have to say that I really wish I knew more about Chris Cornell. I have always been a fan of R.E.M. and The Who, and I was glad to know that Chris Cornell has a lot of music in his background. I'm so glad that he put this movie together, because I don't know what he'd do without it. I hope this movie makes it to the theaters soon, because I'm sure that it's going to be a great hit. R.E.M. and The Who will never be the same again. I'm really excited to see this movie, and I'm glad that I heard that this is coming out soon. I can't wait for it to be released on DVD. It's not even worth a small movie theater ticket! A must-see for all the Cornell fans out there. And I'm so glad that he got the help of his friends in this movie. I'm so happy that he put all of them in this movie. He truly deserved it. And I'm glad that I saw his band in this movie, because I have to say that they were pretty good. I think they should have done more music with him. I hope that I see more music from him soon. I hope that I hear a lot more of his music in the future. I'm really excited about it. But, of course, I'm glad that he put all of his friends in this movie. It's great to know that he has them all in his band, and I'm so glad that they all came out with a big big hit song. But, I really hope that we get to hear more of his music from this movie. I hope that I see his music soon. I'm so happy that I saw all of his band and that they had a big hit song. But, I can't wait for the movie to come out on DVD. It's a great film to see all of his band and friends. It's really awesome! I'm really excited to see this movie, because it's just a must-see for all the Cornell fans. I can

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Nathan McDonald

When it comes to introducing new bands to the audience, there's one thing I hate most: not knowing enough about the music they are playing. I heard about This Time For Things Called Love from a friend of mine and I was curious as to what the heck this band is, so I rented the video. It's not that I hate it, but I think it would be better if they released it on DVD and put out more music videos. After watching this video and hearing what the band is all about, it really is a great way to get into the music of This Time for Things Called Love. The cover art is amazing, but I would like to see a more personal, fun and entertaining version of this music, but that's just me. I hope that this video is released on DVD and that other people will like it as much as I did.

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This is a very interesting documentary about the London rock scene in the late 80's. A lot of people have no idea of what it was like back then, and there's a lot of misinformation in the film, but the reality is that the music was there, and it was great. It's a well made film, but it's not quite accurate, and it does have a lot of inaccuracies. The music itself is far more interesting than the actual story of the band, the story of the band itself, and how the band changed after the movie was made, but the band itself is very interesting. There's lots of great interviews with people from the band, and the story of the band is very interesting. The band had a very odd lifestyle, and it was weird. There's a lot of bad publicity about the band after the movie was made, and they were once again forgotten, and then they were back again, and then they were forgotten again. I don't think that there were any real problems with the band, but it's also true that they didn't really make the best of what they had, and it's also true that the band was a band that was very misunderstood. The band members have had many good things happen to them, and the band is still going strong, and I think that this documentary is really interesting, and that it's a really interesting documentary, but it's not really accurate, and it's not a documentary about the band. The band was really interesting, but there's a lot of misinformation in it, and it's not really accurate. It's a well made documentary, but it's not quite accurate. I recommend this movie, it's very interesting, and I think it's very interesting. 9/10

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Stephen A.

I'm not usually one for doing reviews, but I had to post this because this film made me very sad and angry. I was in college, I went to a music conservatory, I studied classical music and had the opportunity to study with some of the most talented people in the world, and I was able to study with them, so this was something I had to get out of my system. I went to a concert in Italy, and I was very disappointed with what I saw. They didn't have the same amount of time to make a movie that the classical music conservatory had to make. I could tell that they put a lot of effort into making the movie, but it just seemed to be a cheap attempt. It was very disappointing. The film was so "cheap" and they put a lot of time and effort into making the film, but I feel like they could have done a lot more with that time. They could have done some stuff with the music that they did with the film. It just seemed like they took a lot of time, but didn't do anything with it. It didn't have the feeling of being a real film. It seemed like a cheap movie that had a lot of money put into it, but they didn't really know what to do with it. I felt like they should have put some time and effort into making this a real film, but they just made a lot of money on it. I'm not sure if this was a bad decision on their part, or they didn't know what to do with it. I would recommend this movie to anyone, because it's a sad film. I know that music is very important to a lot of people, and I felt like it was very disappointing.

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I agree with the previous comment. I never really liked music video's and I always assumed they were just cheap entertainments that you pay to see. But, this documentary is very interesting and you have a lot of good stuff to look at. From a professional's point of view, the film is very detailed and makes you think a lot about the way that music videos are made. You see how many people involved in the making of a video have various kinds of background in the business, and how hard it is to get people to sign on, how long it takes to produce a video, and how many things go wrong during production. I've never seen a documentary that showed as much background information as this one. It's interesting to see what a lot of people think about how people are paid, what they think about the way video production is handled, and how much they hate the movie. There is one part of the documentary where a professional producer explains what's wrong with the way video is produced. It is very informative and makes you think a lot about the way people are paid. I especially liked that part. The DVD contains a lot of interviews with music video producers, directors, and others, and a lot of very good music videos, and it is very good quality. There is also a documentary with a music video editor, who is very well known in the business, who also gives his views on what a good video editor should be like. Overall, a very interesting and well made documentary that should be required viewing for anyone who wants to know more about the way that music videos are made.

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Amanda B.

This is a documentary on the early days of rock and roll and the music of the 60's. It is very well done. It is not a documentary on the 60's, but a documentary on rock and roll. It also has great performances from Jimi Hendrix, Joe Cocker, and The Who. This is a great documentary and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about rock and roll and the 60's.

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Gloria S.

When I heard the film was going to be done, I wasn't expecting anything spectacular but I was really looking forward to it. The first thing I noticed is the fact that it was a feature film, so the film makers obviously put a lot of effort into making it feel like a documentary. They went so far as to make it look like the participants actually lived in the village during the tour. And the editing is so seamless that you can't help but feel like you're there and in the village at the same time. The tour guides are excellent and I was surprised to see some of them were actually local people and locals. As a student of music, I was interested to learn about the people and the music they were playing, especially when I started hearing things about the local musicians playing in the background of some of the songs. And as I watched the documentary, I realized that there was a lot of work that went into the film. It felt like it had a lot of effort put into it, and I would definitely recommend seeing it. If you're a music fan, I'd recommend it to you. It's definitely not for everyone, but I'd definitely recommend it.