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    Metallica: Some Kind of Monster

    After bassist Jason Newsted quits the band in 2001, heavy metal superstars Metallica realize that they need an intervention. The members of one of the most successful heavy-metal band in history submit to two years of intensive group therapy to work through conflicts in their 20-year working relationship.
    Duration: 71 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2004
    IMDb: 7.5
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  • Actors of "Metallica: Some Kind of Monster"

  • Directors of "Metallica: Some Kind of Monster"

    Joe Berlinger. Director of Metallica: Some Kind of Monster
    Joe Berlinger
    Birthdate: 30 October 1961, Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA
    Bruce Sinofsky. Director of Metallica: Some Kind of Monster
    Bruce Sinofsky
    Birthdate: 31 March 1956, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Metallica: Some Kind of Monster"

    Minneapolis Star Tribune
    August 19, 2004

    Fans of the band will love the revealing footage, especially landmark moments such as bassist auditions (more famous names showed up than the one they picked) and encounters with the ex-Metallica members (Newsted and Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine).

    Orlando Sentinel
    August 06, 2004

    If you're a fan, you will almost certainly be touched by this effort to put an entire dysfunctional band on the couch. And if you're not, well, you're going to giggle.

    Arizona Republic
    August 06, 2004

    An unflinching and often hilarious look at the humanity of these heavy-metal gods.

    Washington Post
    July 30, 2004

    Absorbing, funny, exhilaratingly entertaining.

    Washington Post
    July 30, 2004

    Serious, funny, frustrating and touching.

    Detroit News
    July 30, 2004

    Fans will undoubtedly thrive on every second. For the rest of us, Monster is precisely that: a creature powerful but ungainly.

    Common Sense Media
    April 25, 2017

    Raw docu shows band at a low point; frequent cursing.
    September 19, 2010

    A mostly terrific documentary about a mostly terrible album. Despite derisory poor-me whining, it captures fragility and fear in Metallica's questioned relevancy, considered disbandment and the closest things to tears they can muster for each other.

    Cinema Writer
    August 20, 2010

    An entertaining and penetrating look at the creative process

    June 21, 2005

    Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster is a masterpiece of rock 'n roll documentary filmmaking, and has set the bar high for those who attempt it in the future.

    Laramie Movie Scope
    February 01, 2005

    Overlong, but interesting documentary of heavy metal band Metallica.
    January 27, 2005

    Probing study of dysfunctional heavy metal band

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