It's All Gone Pete Tong

2004

Action / Biography / Comedy / Drama / Music

4
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 77%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 88%
IMDb Rating 7.4 10 17787

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Kate Magowan as Sonja Slowinski
Paul Kaye as Frankie Wilde
Neil Maskell as Jack Stoddart
Steve Oram as Blinky
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by capone666 8 / 10

The Vidiot Reviews...

It's All Gone Pete Tong

Any music that you need to be near-death in order to listen to cannot be that good for you.

Mind you, it's not the mollies that are ailing the DJ in this dramedy, well not entirely.

Informed by his doctor that he is slowly going deaf, cocksure DJ Frankie Wilde (Paul Kaye) refuses to listen to him, continuing to abuse drugs and carrying on with recording his new album.

When he finally bottoms out, Frankie gets help from a lip-reading instructor (Beatriz Batarda) who shows him how to make music through the use of sight and touch.

A darkly humored character study of an unlikeable jerk that also happens to be the quintessential EDM DJ movie, this Canadian-made Independent film strikes the perfect balance between goof- ball antics, deep-seated personal issues and a sick soundtrack.

On the bright side, as a deaf artist you no longer have to listen criticism anymore.

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Reviewed by juneebuggy 9 / 10

hilarious, edgy, dark, tragic, shocking,hopeful and then there's the badger

Oh, this is a brilliant movie, an absolute favourite of mine. It's hilarious, edgy, dark, tragic, shocking and hopeful as Frankie reinvents himself. Pete Tong has a definite Trainspotting vibe to it and has been cheekily filmed as a sort of mockumentary, with real DJ's being interviewed about the genius of Frankie Wilde and their theories on what happened to him since his disappearance from the scene. The movie then follows the legendary British DJ as he works the club circuit in Ibiza, loses his hearing, succumbs to drug addiction, fights the coke badger (awesome) and comes out the other side a very different person.

Paul Kaye, Wow, what a performance he gives. His take on addiction is so real that at times its hard to look at, and that freaking badger (metaphor) brilliant, hilarious and scary. His agent Jack -what a pig, sweaty, obnoxious and a heart attack waiting to happen. Loved it when Frankie tuned him out- refusing to hear him just by turning away. Absolutely fantastic soundtrack too. 6/14/14

Reviewed by oragex 10 / 10

Something is attaching

No, it's not a 10/10 movie, but sometimes it's about the liking, not the rating.

So what's with this movie? It's funny, it has a happy ending with a beautiful Portuguese women and a baby. And a guy who got the bling but ends poor and with a happy family. Would someone comment? A dj at Ibiza submerged in drugs and party has found what everybody is hoping for? I don't believe in love at Ibiza or similar summer places. It's just an illusion to go there for it (as most do), but still those holidays can't be forgotten. Now, the movie is not like a holiday, party adepts might be disappointed.

I feel this movie gives hope. So it's a positive experience. Paul Kaye is credible and an captivating actor. He seems so at ease in this role.

On the other side, I might be biased. Well, I am biased. For some reason, Beatriz Batarda it's just so, mmm... my type in this movie.

And still like that Reflekt "Need To Feel Loved" song once in a while.

By the way, the movie is usually posted somewhere on Youtube. Enjoy.

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