Written October 25, 2016
This movie is a must see for any and all Springsteen fans. It is a trip down memory lane as well as a true look at how the "Boss" has touched so many lives through his career and his music. I truly loved it and hope that I can one day add this to my Springsteen collection. There was laughs and tears. It felt as if I was at a mini show, and left feeling rejuvenated just by being there. Go see it if you can!
Written February 28, 2017
...you will recognize yourself in at least one of the videos submitted by fellow fans. The movie was a reminder at how far-reaching and significant the impact of this artist has been for over 40 years. Live videos of Bruce from circa 1972, a young 23 year old, gangly but no less talented and passionate than he is today...all the way to footage from the 2012 Hard Rock Calling performance. The Born in the USA denim and leather, Ghost of Tom Joad, Darkness on the Edge of Town, Born to Run, The River - each visual bringing back the emotion of those years, what was happening in my own life at the time, and how the music has always been something I could count on.
The way that the footage was quilted together was well done. I enjoyed the ride and you will too.
Written October 24, 2016
This film was so well done, fans' stories were unbelievable! We didn't want it to end! The extra concert footage at the end with Paul was amazing! Why oh why isn't this playing everywhere and longer??
Written January 23, 2017
It told the story of why we all love Bruce so much. It brings great joy to watch it. It made me laugh a lot, cry a little and smile all night. I am so grateful to have had a chance to see this movie with so many other Bruce fans. Bruce's love for his fans and his music comes through so clearly. I would LOVE to see a full length show in the theater to help fill the gaps between concerts.
Written March 01, 2017
I had the pleasure of seeing both showings and was WOWED both times ! It's amazing how it took so long for a movie like this to be made , by the fans . No other artist could do what Bruce has .
His music touches the lives of everyday people and his songs just make you think " Man thats me , thats my life , thats how I feel " . He gets it . Bruces music just doesn't relate to a generation , it relates to all generations . My 20 yr old son heard me playin Bruces River album , and said "who's that ? It's sweet " . Ahhh another Springsteen fan is born . I guess we were alll Born to Run , but it took Bruce to show us how .
I was supprised at how subdued the audience was at the secound show last night &/30 , but at the fist screening , last week it was a party . People singing and drumming in their seats , shouting BRUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCE ! Oh wait that was me ! Lol . What a blast ! If you missed it , Tooo bad for you .
LONG LIVE BRUCE ... The Only Boss I listen too