Synopsis: A documentary on the life and career of revered heavy-metal musician Lemmy Kilmister.
Production: Lemmy Movie
  3 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
116 min

were from the London suburbs,

going to art school and shit.

So it wasn't that way at all.

The Beatles, I thought,

were the best band in the world.

- No, we don't.

- I knew you were gonna say that. OK.

'Melanie, line four.'

'Call on line one.'

The owner gave you hers.

You wanna go...?

$146.70. We don't take

American Express cards, man.

- Oh, you don't? Do you take Visa?

- Yeah.

I was like, "I gotta give it to him."

In the name of rock and roll.

And it sounds great.

Yeah, exactly. The original.

Sgt Pepper sounds amazing.

I think you'll really like it.

- Thank you. Thanks very much.

- All right. See you later.

D Dance,

girl, you gotta move your feet

d Dance, don't stop,

dance till you drop

d Dance to the American beat d

The Sunset Strip has seen a lot

of different movements and genres,

and musical versions

of the same thing, basically.

We had a bunch of

different musical movements,

Motrhead is one of those bands

that transcends movements.

It doesn't matter what's happening

in the community, in the rock culture,

Motrhead is still hailed

as being, like, king.

When he moved to LA,

became part of the scene,

he was already embraced.

Basically, his throne

was waiting for him.

- Sound is speeding.

- Two cameras. A mark.


Lem, someone I want you to meet.

Hank Moody, the writer.

He's not from LA,

but it's really interesting to see

how much of a staple Lemmy

has become, especially in Hollywood.

He's become a Los Angeles icon.

- And cut.

- Cutting.

I don't know if he does fit in LA.

LA's so fucked up.

But he doesn't really fit.

I think Hollywood has to fit him.

All we have to do is do that

another 147 times and we've got it!

A lot of people are LA bashers.

Especially people from up north

and San Francisco.

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