Aging British rockstars go back out on the road in order to relive former glories. And no, this week’s film is not a documentary. But it does capture the desperation and longstanding battles and inner conflicts that would inevitably crop up if it were real. Credit to a great collection of actors, who managed to keep a film that could have easily tipped into broad parody reasonably grounded. If you liked Spinal Tap but felt it could have used more pathos, then here you go…
Cloudy With A Chance Of Charcuterie by Free Will Brewing Co.
Josh the Guava King by Clown Shoes
Sarah: Gerald’s Game (1992 book)
Glenn: The Fly (1958 film)
Cameron: The Blacklist (TV Show)