Oasis: Supersonic

2016

Action / Documentary / Music

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 83%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 91%
IMDb Rating 7.9 10 7235

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Reviewed by lopezmelinal 10 / 10

This is how a documentary should be

It has a lot of unseen footage and audios with great anecdotes, it's beautify edited, is very long but very entertained, I enjoyed it very much. I found in this documentary many anecdotes and stories I didn't know about the band, told by their own voices, it was a lot of fun. If you were an Oasis fan when they were big this will take you back automatically to those wonderful years, and it would make you realize just how big they were and how much they changed music. They are the last rock and roll stars.

Reviewed by CosmicPrune 8 / 10

Truly fascinating documentary

I have never been a big fan of Oasis, considering them to be a simple rehash of old musical ideas spiced up with a heavy dose of Manchester attitude, but I found this film to be utterly compelling. It was shown on TV in the UK at 10pm when I was ready to retire to bed but my wife and I ended up glued to it and watched the whole thing.

I played in a Manchester band in the early 90s and I thought I knew everything I needed to know about Oasis but this film revealed a new perspective. Rather than the snarling, foul-mouthed oaf he is depicted as in the UK media (and by his brother) we see Liam as a far more three-dimensional character, projecting glimmers of genuine charisma and talent alongside the sweary outbursts. It's a PR job of course, but a very good one nonetheless.

And that's where the only real problem with this film lies; it is an advert for brand Oasis and it is very kind to them. The film sees us through to the peak of their fame with the massive sold-out shows at Knebworth, but we don't get any insight into the wasted opportunities and rapid decline which followed. As impressive as the band's rise was, the story arc doesn't feel complete.

I would recommend this film to anyone interested in rock music though, even if they don't particularly like Oasis. In fact, if you don't know their story already that probably just makes it all the more interesting.

Reviewed by nameismike69 7 / 10

The pre internet British version of Nirvana.

In retrospect. The internet ruined many things and technology ruined many. One of the things was authentic rock music. As you can see what it is 2018. It's absolute severe crap. Nirvana ( which was a excellent innovative band ) was around much longer in the beginning and then died because of Kurt Cobain and now we have the success of the drummer called Foo Fighters which continued to be successful for over 20 years but why ( I think they're lousy ) ? Yes Oasis for two albums and three years made a album or two and then boom was extremely successful practically from the day of formation, they were lucky the time was right. The difference is I didn't really like Oasis. And what happened to them from 1997 to 2007. Did they continue their popular success or did Brit Pop turn into The Spice Girls and pansy Brit pop boy bands and then the internet ruining everything slowly in the process. Was Oasis any good after Knebworth. Probably not cause they didn't mention it. So ok it was a three year ego trip with two LP's. Beatles ? not even close by infinity . However I did watch this entire documentary. Reminded me about those times when I was in my 20's and their hits are good but how was 1997 to 2007 did the hits fade did the popularity fade. It had to by that point they were hit with competition all around them. And I'm sure their music didn't change much just rehashing .... Again in retrospect.

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