Motley Crue: The End, a documentary film on Final Tour, on November 23 in theaters
Nov. 21, 2016 | by RDM Editorial Staff
On November 23, just for one night in theaters, 'Mötley Crüe: The End', the documentary film about the 'Final Tour' of the legendary Californian band.
Recorded during the show last December 31 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, the city of Motley Crue origin and a few meters from the Sunset Strip, the road more than anything launched the career of this infamous band, this global event represents swansong of hard rock quartet and will be screened in Europe, USA, South America, Australia and Japan.
Motley Crue: The End is an amazing sight in a sold-out arena, with all their hits from 'Kickstart My Heart' in 'Girls, Girls, Girls',' Home Sweet Home 'and' Dr. Feelgood ', among the many brought to success in a more than thirty year career.
The 'Final Tour' has taken around the world for two years in a row the musical energy of Vince Neil (vocals), Mick Mars (guitar), Nikki Sixx (bass) and Tommy Lee (drums), 164 concerts in 72 representative markets with proceeds of over 100 million dollars.
Always impeccable for the production of their shows, Mötley Crüe did not disappoint this time either: huge pyrotechnic stunts, fires high more than thirty meters, performances by flying platforms and roller coasters enraptured the audience.
'Motley Crue: The End' represents an important time for fans of the band, an unforgettable night ended with a highly emotional performance, an encore of "Home Sweet Home", the second stage set at the center in the audience.
Now for the first time and thanks to MusicScreen, Live Alliance, Eagle Rock Entertainment and Tenth Street Entertainment you can relive on the big screen, and with the best audio / video quality, the essence of that night of great hard rock music, with 'extra' content, available exclusively on the movie version.
'Motley Crue: The End' was directed by Christian Lamb for the part related to the concert, while Jeff Tremaine, creator of the 'Jackass' series, has worked on the documentary.