Last Days Here Movie Reviews
User reviews on Last Days Here
I did not like this doc**entary because it focused on a very dysfunctional and self-destructing individual who do not believe deserves this film. It is obviuos that the film is made by a loving fan because any other person would not be so forgiving towards Bobby Liebling. The film is not mocking and only a fan could have made it this way because Lebling is kind of ridiculous. The doc**entary is trying to suggest that anyone can be redeemed and it is a beautiful thought but it is completely unrealistic especially in the case of Liebling. Overall, if you are not a fan then do not see this film because it is not worth your time and money.
This is a doc**entary about Bobby Liebling who was a lead singer hard rock/heavy metal band Pentagram, the film is directed by Don Argott and Demian Fenton and stars Bobby Liebling and Sean Pelletier. I did not know anything about the band Pentagram but my frioend is a fan and he really wanted to see this doc**entary so i was dragged along with him. I thought the film was alright but I do not think it is worth the price of the movie ticket. The story was pretty interesting but i have seen it so many times before and even though I wanted to believe that Liebling can truly change his life I could not. He endured so many years of drug use and partying and in my opinion it is nearly impossible to come back from that but i hope i am wrong. Anyway, the film was kind of mediocre and I think you will be better off renting it when it comes out on DVD.
A very endearing film! This is NOT a "rock doc" at all. This is a
wonderful, gripping story about love and all it's power. It's also about the power of music and it's ability to redeem and, in this case, save more than one life
I recommend this one for certain. We saw it last year at SXSW, without planning on it, and it ended up being our favorite film at the entire festival. We can't wait to see it again.
The characters are endearing and will keep your routing for them all the way through. This is a special film and, in my opinion, deserves to be remembered up there with the best music-related films of our time. This in due in part to some really special characters, namely Bobby Liebling and Sean "Pellet" who my wife couldn't seem to stop talking about for a few days. I don't blame her. These guys, and this film, are memorable and will leave you thanking your lucky stars and pulling out all those lost albums you used to love as a teen. Neither one of us like heavy metal but we did enjoy a few songs in this film and even downloaded them afterwards. We hope that there will be a soundtrack!