AWESOME; I FUCKIN’ SHOT THAT / FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT REVISITED

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AWESOME; I FUCKIN’ SHOT THAT

Sure, the Beastie Boys could have hired D.A. Pennebaker or Jonathan Demme to film their Madison Square Garden concert on October 9th, 2004 — or they could just give 50 attendees digital cameras, let them shoot the show and then see what comes back. Subtitled “an authorized bootleg,” this crowd-sourced performance movie technically lists Nathaniel Hornblower (a.k.a. the lederhosen-wearing alter ego of baritoned Beastie Adam Yauch) as the director — but it really is a fans-eye view of a great show and the ultimate testament of the trio’s belief in D.I.Y. empowerment. Plus you get to see the Beastie Boys at the Garden, cold-kickin’ it live. Rest in peace, MCA. —Rolling Stone

Directed by Adam Yauch. 2006. United States. 90 mins.

 

FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT (REVISITED)

Following the conclusion of the storyline in the “Fight For Your Right” music video, the Beasties break into a liquor store, drop acid with groupies, and get into a breakdance competition with time-traveling future versions of themselves.

Directed by Adam Yauch. 2011. United States. 30 mins.

 

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