• Released
  • October 17, 2012
  • (Additional showing on 10/18/12)
  • R , 2 hr 5 min
  • Concert/Special Events

Led Zeppelin

By yhrules
Written January 23, 2017
Good concert! I had to ask the manager to turn up the sound though. The AMC did turn up the volume and it was a good evening. I wish it was a longer concert though.
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The Energy is Still There. Get the "LED" out!!!!

By alieev23
Written September 30, 2016
If you were a kid in the 70's long before pop and hip hop sensations like Bieber and Spears, you'll know Led Zeppelin. Do yourself a favor and get the "Led" out. Learn something about the greatness of Classic Rock and Roll. They don't make bands like this anymore. The old man Page rocked the crap out of that guitar at one point using his violin bow. John Bonham’s (died 1980) son Jason Bonham played drums (flawless) and would have done his papa proud, a great drummer in his own right. Visuals were amazing, camera focus on instruments, excellent. Robert Plants voice was in great shape considering his 60 plus years of age and although hitting high notes was a bit more difficult, all in all a great job. In conclusion, and for those seeking air guitar/drum playing opportunities (none too many nowadays) a good time is to be had by all. Historic and inspiring, climb the Stairway to Heaven for this Led Zeppelin concert is definitely a must see.
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ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!! The Song DID Remain the Same!

By movie_queen2
Written August 31, 2016
This event was just like being at the concert. Since I did not win the lottery in 2007 to see them reunite and play the O2 in London, this was the next best thing. I cannot wait until November 19th to buy the DVD. I know what everyone in the family is getting for Christmas! Jimmy Page is just as good as ever. Watching him play was like watching a master at work. Unbelievable. Jason Bonham took over for his father remarkably well. You could tell playing the drums is in his DNA. At the end it was special to see the way all three of the original members (Page, Plant and Jones) were beaming with pride at him....like three proud uncles! John Paul Jones was so good on the keyboards and Robert Plant's voice melted away the decades. His voice captivated the band's songs precisely. It was like being back in the 70's watching them live. Several things became apparent. They do not make them like they used to, and Led Zeppelin was no studio band! There's a reason they are so revered!
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Led Zeppelin's Celebration Day

By Galileo's Mom
Written November 30, 2015
Loved it!!!! This movie will be out on DVD on November 19th. Knowing that, I knew that I still wanted to see it on the big screen. Seeing Led Zep in concert again was a wonderful experience. Buying my tickets ahead of time on Fandango made the evening even better. No lines, no worry about the show selling out, etc. The movie complex where I saw this show had 25 theaters in it, so using Fandango was the way to go. This was my first time using Fandango and it won't be my last. Highly recommended for any show that you want to see.
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Led Zeppelin Fans must see

By he_rarely_goes_to_movies
Written August 28, 2016
2007 concert footage, excellent sound, clear base & drums. Just the concert, none of the goofy stuff like in The Song Remains The Same. Zepp looks like they are having fun. The band is tight, sounds great, songs are true to the studio albums. Some songs stand out as particularly powerful even after all these years; Kashmir, Dazed And Confused, Since I've Been Loving You, Rock And Roll, Whole Lotta Love, Trampled Under Foot, and of course, Stairway To Heaven. Robert Page still has a great voice, Jimmy Page is a rock guitar legend, John Paul Jones doesn't miss a lick, and Bonzo's son can tear up a drum just like Dad. Led Zeppelin rocks like no one else.
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