Comments on: Cameron Crowe To Inflict Pearl Jam Doc On The World http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/cameron-crowe-to-inflict-pearl-jam-doc-on-the-world/ Movie Reviews & TV Show Reviews Wed, 22 Jan 2014 14:54:30 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.3.1 By: JBA http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/cameron-crowe-to-inflict-pearl-jam-doc-on-the-world/#comment-100205 JBA Mon, 24 Jan 2011 21:34:00 +0000 http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=17570#comment-100205 I agree with Kev - you're an outright clown and obviously you have zero musical knowledge or taste. If you had half a brain in your head you'd realize that Pearl Jam are still around 20 years later because they are a truly talented group of musicians who have continued to evolve and make relevant and elegant rock music while the rest of the industry belched out garbage like Lady Gaga and Coldplay and tried to pass it off as legitimate music. Let's see where Lady Gaga is in 20 years and if filmmakers like Cameron Crowe or Sean Penn remember her or would soil their works of cinema with her pathetic excuse for songwriting. How about you crack open a copy of Backspacer and watch as your brain gets rearranged by the force of Eddie's voice and the moving quality of their lyrics. Maybe next time you write a two-bit article for a half-assed website you do a little more research instead of spewing out some snarky comments about a band you clearly don't understand. If you had you might have seen that Pearl Jam have been touring with sold out shows on every continent of the globe for the last 20 years and have legions of dedicated fans who travel that same globe just to be in the same room with them and listen to their impactful music time and again. Hmmmm...I wonder why Sirius/XM just launched a 24/7 Pearl Jam Radio channel if PJ were a flash in the pan band with one notable album? That wouldn't make too much sense, would it? Seeing as the only other bands with their own f'ing radio station are Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band and The Grateful Dead...I think that clearly defines the importance of Pearl Jam as an American institution with countless fans that would be completely thrilled to watch a Cameron Crowe documentary, showcasing their talents and their impact on our culture as a whole. I hope that online degree in journalism you probably hold from Phoenix University serves you well otherwise because your commentary on this website was just proven as completely worthless. cheers. I agree with Kev – you’re an outright clown and obviously you have zero musical knowledge or taste. If you had half a brain in your head you’d realize that Pearl Jam are still around 20 years later because they are a truly talented group of musicians who have continued to evolve and make relevant and elegant rock music while the rest of the industry belched out garbage like Lady Gaga and Coldplay and tried to pass it off as legitimate music. Let’s see where Lady Gaga is in 20 years and if filmmakers like Cameron Crowe or Sean Penn remember her or would soil their works of cinema with her pathetic excuse for songwriting. How about you crack open a copy of Backspacer and watch as your brain gets rearranged by the force of Eddie’s voice and the moving quality of their lyrics. Maybe next time you write a two-bit article for a half-assed website you do a little more research instead of spewing out some snarky comments about a band you clearly don’t understand. If you had you might have seen that Pearl Jam have been touring with sold out shows on every continent of the globe for the last 20 years and have legions of dedicated fans who travel that same globe just to be in the same room with them and listen to their impactful music time and again. Hmmmm…I wonder why Sirius/XM just launched a 24/7 Pearl Jam Radio channel if PJ were a flash in the pan band with one notable album? That wouldn’t make too much sense, would it? Seeing as the only other bands with their own f’ing radio station are Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band and The Grateful Dead…I think that clearly defines the importance of Pearl Jam as an American institution with countless fans that would be completely thrilled to watch a Cameron Crowe documentary, showcasing their talents and their impact on our culture as a whole.
I hope that online degree in journalism you probably hold from Phoenix University serves you well otherwise because your commentary on this website was just proven as completely worthless.
cheers.

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By: JBA http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/cameron-crowe-to-inflict-pearl-jam-doc-on-the-world/#comment-100206 JBA Mon, 24 Jan 2011 21:34:00 +0000 http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=17570#comment-100206 I agree with Kev - you're an outright clown and obviously you have zero musical knowledge or taste. If you had half a brain in your head you'd realize that Pearl Jam are still around 20 years later because they are a truly talented group of musicians who have continued to evolve and make relevant and elegant rock music while the rest of the industry belched out garbage like Lady Gaga and Coldplay and tried to pass it off as legitimate music. Let's see where Lady Gaga is in 20 years and if filmmakers like Cameron Crowe or Sean Penn remember her or would soil their works of cinema with her pathetic excuse for songwriting. How about you crack open a copy of Backspacer and watch as your brain gets rearranged by the force of Eddie's voice and the moving quality of their lyrics. Maybe next time you write a two-bit article for a half-assed website you do a little more research instead of spewing out some snarky comments about a band you clearly don't understand. If you had you might have seen that Pearl Jam have been touring with sold out shows on every continent of the globe for the last 20 years and have legions of dedicated fans who travel that same globe just to be in the same room with them and listen to their impactful music time and again. Hmmmm...I wonder why Sirius/XM just launched a 24/7 Pearl Jam Radio channel if PJ were a flash in the pan band with one notable album? That wouldn't make too much sense, would it? Seeing as the only other bands with their own f'ing radio station are Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band and The Grateful Dead...I think that clearly defines the importance of Pearl Jam as an American institution with countless fans that would be completely thrilled to watch a Cameron Crowe documentary, showcasing their talents and their impact on our culture as a whole. I hope that online degree in journalism you probably hold from Phoenix University serves you well otherwise because your commentary on this website was just proven as completely worthless. cheers. I agree with Kev – you’re an outright clown and obviously you have zero musical knowledge or taste. If you had half a brain in your head you’d realize that Pearl Jam are still around 20 years later because they are a truly talented group of musicians who have continued to evolve and make relevant and elegant rock music while the rest of the industry belched out garbage like Lady Gaga and Coldplay and tried to pass it off as legitimate music. Let’s see where Lady Gaga is in 20 years and if filmmakers like Cameron Crowe or Sean Penn remember her or would soil their works of cinema with her pathetic excuse for songwriting. How about you crack open a copy of Backspacer and watch as your brain gets rearranged by the force of Eddie’s voice and the moving quality of their lyrics. Maybe next time you write a two-bit article for a half-assed website you do a little more research instead of spewing out some snarky comments about a band you clearly don’t understand. If you had you might have seen that Pearl Jam have been touring with sold out shows on every continent of the globe for the last 20 years and have legions of dedicated fans who travel that same globe just to be in the same room with them and listen to their impactful music time and again. Hmmmm…I wonder why Sirius/XM just launched a 24/7 Pearl Jam Radio channel if PJ were a flash in the pan band with one notable album? That wouldn’t make too much sense, would it? Seeing as the only other bands with their own f’ing radio station are Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band and The Grateful Dead…I think that clearly defines the importance of Pearl Jam as an American institution with countless fans that would be completely thrilled to watch a Cameron Crowe documentary, showcasing their talents and their impact on our culture as a whole.
I hope that online degree in journalism you probably hold from Phoenix University serves you well otherwise because your commentary on this website was just proven as completely worthless.
cheers.

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By: Kev http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/cameron-crowe-to-inflict-pearl-jam-doc-on-the-world/#comment-99746 Kev Wed, 19 Jan 2011 12:13:00 +0000 http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=17570#comment-99746 Maybe buy their other albums...you are clearly a clown. They are a great band and continue to release relevant music. You have used their name to bring attention to the fact that you are a twat. Well done, you have found success. Maybe buy their other albums…you are clearly a clown. They are a great band and continue to release relevant music. You have used their name to bring attention to the fact that you are a twat. Well done, you have found success.

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