AC/DC - AC/DC - No Bull

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  • NR
  • 2016
  • 2 hr 14 min
  • 8.2  (708)

AC/DC - No Bull is a high-energy rock concert film that captures the Australian hard rock band AC/DC performing live in Madrid, Spain in 1996. The film is directed by David Mallet and produced by Rocky Oldham, and features all five original band members - lead guitarist Angus Young, rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young, lead singer Brian Johnson, bassist Cliff Williams, and drummer Phil Rudd.

The film begins with a haunting, Spanish guitar intro that sets the stage for an explosive AC/DC performance. The band emerges from a giant bull's head on stage and launches into their hit song "Back in Black," immediately engaging the audience in a pulsating display of high-volume rock and roll.

The concert features all of AC/DC's classic tunes, including "Thunderstruck," "Highway to Hell," and "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap," as well as lesser-known tracks like "Shot Down in Flames" and "Hail Caesar." Throughout the performance, the band is bathed in a sea of flashing strobe lights, smoke machines, and pyrotechnics, all contributing to the electrifying energy of the show.

Angus Young steals the show with his frenzied guitar solos and signature schoolboy outfit, complete with shorts and a blazer. He shreds through fan favorites like "T.N.T." and "Let There Be Rock," performing back-to-back solos with his brother Malcolm and eliciting screams of excitement from the crowd.

Brian Johnson's signature gravelly vocals are in top form, belting out classics like "Whole Lotta Rosie" and "You Shook Me All Night Long." He engages with the audience throughout the show, encouraging them to sing along and pumping them up with his infectious energy.

Bassist Cliff Williams and drummer Phil Rudd hold down the rhythm section with precision, laying the foundation for the raucous guitar riffs and vocals. Williams delivers a thunderous bass solo in "Bad Boy Boogie," while Rudd keeps the beat driving with his exceptional drumming skills.

In between songs, the film features stunning shots of Madrid and the surrounding area, including the famous bullring where the concert was held. These scenes provide a momentary break from the high-octane performance, allowing the audience to catch their breath before the next onslaught of rock and roll.

Overall, AC/DC - No Bull is a must-see concert film for any AC/DC fan or rock and roll enthusiast. The energy and excitement of the band's live performance is captured flawlessly on camera, thanks to Mallet's expert direction and the band's exceptional musicianship. This film is a testament to AC/DC's enduring legacy as one of the greatest rock bands of all time.

AC/DC - AC/DC - No Bull is a 2016 music movie with a runtime of 2 hours and 14 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.2.

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    8.2  (708)