Good film awful sound system

By barry992
Written November 20, 2013
The sound at the Spectrum in Irvine was just terrible, the system was overloaded and there was a huge amount of distortion.
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RUSH- Clockwork Angels Tour

By kevinzubeck
Written November 19, 2013
As a huge Rush fan, I unfortunately missed the regular concert this year. I have to say, even though it was not live, I loved every single second of it!! The sound quality was SUPURB and the cinematography was even better!! This is a must see for every RUSH fan but unfortunately this was a 1 time deal!! Too bad for all of you who missed it. You snooze you lose!!!!!
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RUSH Clockwork Angels Tour

By kreggmann
Written November 20, 2013
RUSH Clockwork Angels Tour...I'm still waiting to see it. I bought my tickets on FANDANGO for the Ontario Mills AMC , in California not Canada. The Movie never started. They played the preview with no sound and then nothing . How does this happen? Had to take time off from work to see this show, and drive two hours to get there. I should have just waited for the DVD. I recommend you think twice about going to one of these FANDANGo one time concert events.
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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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