Written September 19, 2014
The movie itself was incredible! I've been a fan of the band since I can remember, and although the band members are more seasoned, they've still got "it"! A definite must see for all! The music, the moves, incredible!
As far as the theater, the website had IMAX written all over it, which led most of us to believe that the movie would be in the IMAX format. It was not. Then, the sound was not good. The manager had come out to tell us that it had something to do with the original recording. I beg to differ. It was just a really bad feed. I'm very upset and very disappointed in the theater.
Written July 24, 2014
Amazing! A powerful testament to Led Zeppelin and the longevity of their music. Impeccably captured on film. Great final performance by the best heavy rock band of all time....I was headbanging in my seat! Can't wait for the blu-ray on 11/19....
Written September 18, 2014
Highly disappointing! The sound quality (don't know if it was the theatre or the movie) was terrible. The videography and camera work was unimaginative and average at best. Camera angles showed nothing exciting and did not give you the feel of being at the show at all. Combine that with the horrible sound quality and don't waste your time or money. And this is coming from a huge Zep fan.
Written October 21, 2014
My buddy and I left after a half hour for two main reasons. The biggest being the audio. I'm not sure if it was the mix or the theater (AMC), most likely the later. As soon as it started it was noticeably too quiet. As the movie played all you could mainly hear was guitar and vocals, the drums were buried. Zep is known for their power and without those drums there's no power. The commercial sounded great, this didn't. I've seen plenty of action movies that sounded way better and were louder than this. The second reason we left was the actual editing of the movie. Not the greatest. I have Rush, Nine Inch Nails, Pearl Jam, etc. dvds that are far better than this.
Written October 18, 2012
Insane how good this show was!! 2 hours, 16 songs, Jason Bonham taking the helm at the drums . . . and "Celebration Day" is a must-see on the big screen!! They hit it perfectly! Once I got over how much Robert Plant and Jimmy Page have changed (didn't even recognize John Paul Jones!), I sank into the perfection that IS Led Zeppelin. And they played it true without messing with that perfection. Occasionally, you see a young Robert emerge in his face, stance & mannerism while he navigates his vocals in his current range capabilities perfectly! Jimmy killed it (complete with a double neck guitar on Stairway) and JPJ was amazing on bass and keyboard! Jason served his Father's memory extremely well with talent that is clearly in his blood!
This is a show not to be missed on the big screen, and only one more showing tonight, Oct 18th. Don't think! Just go! (the show was sold out by show time, so buying on Fandango is the way to go)