• Released
  • July 22, 2013
  • (Additonal screening on 7/30/13)
  • NR , 1 hr 45 min
  • Music
    Music History

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Next best thing to seeing Bruce in concert

By lfortini
Written August 01, 2013
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??
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Bruuuuuce !

By olelonely
Written July 31, 2013
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
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Go if you love Bruce, Skip if you don't know who the Boss is

By kgoodson28
Written July 25, 2014
This movie is PERFECT for Bruce fans around the world. It involves many more than just American fans... In fact, most of the fans interviewed are from other parts of the globe. The film brings together these fans, along with clips from old concerts and new concerts. There was so much camaraderie, just in the theater, as a result of the fan's reactions to Bruce. Enjoy!
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Springsteen & I

By tpb1023
Written August 30, 2014
The show was great. I almost missed it. I did not think it would be sold out so I tried to buy a ticket at the theater. I was advised that the event was sold out. I was disappointed because I really wanted to see it. I live near the theater so I went home and bought a ticket online. I was surprised that I was able to complete the transaction. I raced back to the theater and presented the confirmation sheet to the young women who told me the event was sold out 15 minutes before. The ticket printed out and I got to the screen where the show was playing just a s the broadcast was beginning. I found an empty seat and sat down prepared to enjoy myself. I really did enjoy myself. The way the broadcast was produced was very good. The fans that were selected were all good. They were real people who seemed very sincere and frequently were very funny. The clips of Bruce's performances were great, from the early performances where he looked so young right down to the London.
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Springsteen & i

By cdsmile
Written July 29, 2014
was the first to see it, and was VERY Disappointed..... I don't think it was a true expression of what it was said to be! Focused on too few fans, and newer fans at that. Too much European fans and no New Jersey people or Die hard fans. the Dutch women hinted at making fun of the die hard Bruce fans, and what was up with the CRAZY up close lady???? Very uncomfortable for all in the theater. Maybe a True Bruce American Fan Rebellion is in order!!!!!!!! A Die Hard bruce fan for 33 years !!!!!!!!!
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