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Ver Metallica & San Francisco Symphony - S&M2

Metallica & San Francisco Symphony - S&M2 is a movie starring Edgar Barradas, Kirk Hammett, and James Hetfield. Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony perform a live concert together at Chase Center in San Francisco.

Genres
Music
Director
Wayne Isham
Starring
Kirk Hammett, James Hetfield, Edgar Barradas, Metallica

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Music
Director Wayne Isham
Stars Kirk Hammett, James Hetfield, Edgar Barradas, Metallica
Country USA
Also Known As Metallica: S&M 2, Metallica & San Francisco Symphony: S&M2, Metallica & the San Francisco Symphony, Metallica & San Francisco Symphony, Metallica & San Francisco Symphony: S&M², Metallica and San Francisco Symphony S&M2, Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony - S&M2, Metallica S&M2, Metallica y San Francisco Symphony: S&M2, メタリカ&サンフランシスコ交響楽団:S&M2, Metallica & San Francisco Symphony S&M2, Metallica & San Francisco Symphony: S&M 2, Metallica & San Francisco Symphony Present S&M2: 20th Anniversary Concert 2019
Runtime 2 h 30 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony perform a live concert together at Chase Center in San Francisco.

Top reviews

Sunday, 28 Jun 2020 22:10

This is a film for people who like music. Metallica (one of the most famous bands of all time) is playing one of their biggest albums (in this case, Death Magnetic). It's the most popular album of all time, and they're going to play it at an enormous concert. Beforehand, the main problems that usually happen in this kind of concert are getting the actual Metallica members together, and making them actually perform their music. The film is based on a book written by one of the band members, Steve Kaminski, and it is divided into chapters. They are each about 5 minutes long, and they have nothing to do with the rest of the film. In this case, they are about one year in the life of the band, and they also have to deal with various other problems. They have problems with their producer, Joe Goldstein, who is about to leave them for another project. The film also has problems with their drummer Lars Ulrich, who is about to lose his job as a drummer due to his poor performances, and who is about to lose the support of his girlfriend. And they have problems with their producer Matt Pike, who is about to leave the band for another project. As a matter of fact, the film is somewhat out of place. It's a comic-book style film, and it is full of good humor, so if you like Metallica or comic-book movies, you'll be in for a treat. I think they did a really good job in recreating the atmosphere of a great concert. It looks like the music and the stage show are the stars, and the director David Huddleston really does a good job with his hand-held camera. The music is very good, and there are lots of cool songs. In this film, the cast is pretty strong, and includes Danica McKellar, Bill Moseley, and Clive Revill. McKellar is as good as ever, as is Moseley, and they are a fantastic combination. I think Bill Moseley is underrated. Clive Revill is the perfect choice for the role of Matt Pike. He's perfect for the role of the president of the band. I also like the other characters, especially the new member of the band, JEFF REYNOLDS. His performance is really really good. This film is very good for the fans of Metallica, and there are plenty of goodies for everyone else. It's a good film for people who like music, and it's worth seeing.
Thursday, 04 Jun 2020 15:04

S&M2: Live At The End Of The World is not just a movie. It's a five-hour concert that doesn't stop and talks about its own musical greatness. As good as it is, it is not the definitive concert film; the live music is superb. But this is an invaluable film. Even if you don't understand what it's talking about, you'll still appreciate the incredible performance from the entire band and the adoration that the live crowd had for it. This film is the kind of film that should be mandatory for all film and TV history classes. From the opening credits to the end credits, you will be completely engrossed. If you're a metal fan, you'll love this movie. If you're not, you'll have a fantastic time watching it. The music is superb and the cast is flawless. There are some amazing performances from some of the cast members. The most dramatic was from Franz Wanger, who could not be mistaken for any other metal god. As a fan of the band, it was so sad that they didn't include him. There is a great scene when the lead guitarist, Dickon, tells him that he's about to die, and is still playing the songs that make him a legend. It's so moving, you'll want to cry, and it makes you appreciate the music. As the film ends, we are treated with the other lead guitarist, Ricky. Ricky is the consummate artist, and you can tell that he truly believes in what he is doing. At the end, he gives a touching tribute to all the people he has met throughout the years, and he concludes with a kind of poetic goodbye. This is a must-see film. If you haven't seen it yet, do so now!


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