ALMOST FAMOUS 4K Steelbook Review
Almost Famous is available tomorrow in a 4K Steelbook which is a thing of beauty.
I’ve been a fan of steelbook releases lately. There’s just something satisfying about the sound of the case clicking and the sturdiness of the case.
Almost Famous has a nice matte finish with beautiful artwork that any movie collector will love. The inner artist looks great too.
I can say for certain that Almost Famous was influential in my exploration of a diverse range of music. It also reminds me of the various concert experiences I’ve had.
Live performances are everything. There’ve been many a musical group that have been hurt by poor live performances.
I’ve personally seen some awesome performances. My personal favorites include Harry Connick Jr., Beastie Boys, and The Rolling Stones.
If you are a movie fan, a music fan or love Cameron Crowe films, the Almost Famous 4K is a must-own. The sound and picture quality was wonderful.
I’m a huge fan of this disc because it also features a “Bootleg Cut”, which I had never seen.
The special features are listed below:
· Filmmaker Focus—Cameron Crowe on Almost Famous—NEW!
· Casting & Costumes—NEW!
· Rock School—NEW!
· Extended Scenes—NEW!
· Odds & Sods—NEW!
· Audio Commentary with Cameron Crowe and Friends (Bootleg cut)
· Intro by Cameron Crowe
· The Making of Almost Famous
· Interview with Lester Bangs (optional audio intro by Cameron Crowe)
· Cameron Crowe’s Top Albums of 1973
· “Fever Dog” music video
· “Loves Comes and Goes” (optional audio intro by Cameron Crowe)
· Rolling Stone Articles (optional audio intro by Cameron Crowe)
· B-Sides (optional audio intro by Cameron Crowe)
· Cleveland Concert (optional audio intro by Cameron Crowe)
· “Small Time Blues”
· Stairway (optional audio intro by Cameron Crowe)
· Theatrical Trailer
· Hidden Talent (Unhidden Easter Eggs)