So here’s a movie about an important moment in the history of rock music, about a bunch of famous bands who still have lots of fans — Blondie, the Ramones, Talking Heads, the Police — and it’s from director Randall Miller, who made the wonderful Bottle Shock, and it stars lots of well-known faces including Alan Rickman and Stana Katic and Johnny Galecki and Malin Ackerman and Rupert Grint and Bradley Whitford who have lots of fans of their own… and apparently this movie cannot get arrested. If you want to see the film in your city, you’re going to have to “demand it,” according to its official site, unless you’re lucky enough that the film will be playing — for probably one night only — somewhere near you, according to the film’s Facebook page.
How is this film not huge? Why are fans having to demand they be allowed to see it?
This is too depressing.