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Ramones Film Review: End of the Century

Ramones Film Review: End of the Century

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In the mid 1970s, a bunch of outcasts from the New York borough of Queens severely and irreverently altered the course of pop culture with their amateur, genius bubblegum rock 'n' roll. Calling themselves The Ramones, they helped to kick-start the very concept of punk rock, proving beyond question it's possible to play timeless, catchy songs without being instrumental virtuosos. Though they changed the way the world thinks about and creates music, The Ramones remained an underground phenomenon for their entire decades-long career. The Ramones as People, Not Stars Assuming some familiarity from their viewers with the story of The Ramones, filmmakers Michael Gramaglia and Jim Fields leave out dry facts, opting instead to dig into the juicier human side of things. They provide a ...