Pearl Jam 20 Movie Review: It Rocks!

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With Cameron Crowe and his music sense, we could think of no better creative mind to tackle the documentary Pearl Jam 20. The Seattle rock band is marking 20 years in the music business with a doc that chronicles their beginnings out of the tragedy that was Mother Love Bone through their triumphs over the next two decades.

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I owe Pearl Jam who i am right now. I love them, i love Eddie. I love Pearl Jam amd what it did to me. I think m fangirling wouldn't be complete without watching this film.

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I owe Pearl Jam who i am right now. I love them, i love Eddie. I love Pearl Jam amd what it did to me. I think m fangirling wouldn't be complete without watching this film.

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Pearl Jam still got it! I am not as much of a fan of the post-grunge stuff, but just the fact they still mgeaand to still be together and survive puts them on the level with the greats :D

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We loved it! The film exceeded my expectations, and now I am a bigger fan than ever. And my brother mocked them as a 90s grunge band. Ha! His loss, I say!

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Way to go, Pearl Jam! And nice one, Mr. Crowe! We all love you here in the Phils and in Vancouver!