By slskaggs
Written November 19, 2013
Sucked big time - never got to see the show. Local movie theatre where it was showing had cable issues or something like that. Theatre refunded the tickets ... but would still like to get refunded the $2.50 convenience fee. Saw on Facebook that a lot of other RUSH fans had a similar experience across the country. From what I gather it was an issue with Fathom - which hopefully RUSH will never use again.
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Rush -Clockworl Angels Tour -Movie

By hollyah3
Written December 07, 2013
The original tour came to my state, Florida, last year on my birthday & I didnt have enough $ to go see it. I literally cried! This gave me a chance to see it without the big crowd. I just wish there had been better advertising about it. I found out by chance & im so glad I did. I wish I had a poster from the movie. I saw none at the cinema, no advertisements at all when I got there. I asked for any ads the cinema had with no luck. Im very glad this event happened. Now yall need to do more rock concerts like this! Iron Maiden would be awesome to see on the big screen.
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RUSH Clockwork Angels Tour

By hoseb1
Written November 19, 2013
Loved it! Great idea and would like to see more concerts this way. I have been a RUSH fan for more than 30 years. This was a great way to see a concert that I could not attend in person, plus it does have certain crowds to fight...comfy chairs...cost less.
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Rush at Their Best!

By scott583
Written November 19, 2013
Saw Clockwork Angels tour last night - what a great show. It captured all of the highlights of the tour and the extra documentaries were excellent!
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RUSH: Clockwork Angels at Cinemark Vista Ridge in Lewisville, TX

By bradley469
Written November 19, 2013
Fandango, RUSH Clockwork Angels Tour was the first Fathom Events concert presentation I have ever been to and I was very disappointed with the sound in the theater. For a concert film, the main sound, specifically Geddy Lee's vocals sounded drowned out by the music. It was very difficult to hear the lyrics that he was singing as it sounded as if he was in the background. I do not know if this was due to the theater's sound system or something else. Also, I thought the quality of the picture would have been much better. It looked as though it was presented in regular definition and I expected High Definition quality in the theater. I do not think I would attend another concert film unless I was assured that it would be in High Definition with Surround Sound.
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