Allan Arkush on THE DOORS
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Oliver Stone’s bio-pic about 60’s prog-rock band The Doors spent over ten years in development, running through several studios and potential leading men before settling on Val Kilmer as the band’s self-aggrandizing/self-destructive lead singer, Jim Morrison. Critical reaction was mixed and the box-office weak, but all of Oliver Stone’s films are passion projects and The Doors is no different: like Morrison himself, Stone’s movie is never dull or doctrinaire. As always, you can find more commentary, more reviews, more podcasts, and more deep-dives into the films you don't know you love yet over at the Trailers From Hell mothership: But wait! There's more! TFH has a podcast! It's THE MOVIES THAT MADE ME, where you can join Oscar-nominated screenwriter Josh Olson and his, ummm, "co-host" Joe Dante in conversation with filmmakers, comedians, and all-around interesting people about the movies that made them who they are. Check it out now, and please subscribe wherever podcasts can be found. Apple Podcasts: Spotify: Simplecast: Google Play: RSS: Follow us on Twitter: Like us on Facebook: Scroll through us on Instagram:
The Doors
The story of the famous and influential 1960s rock band and its lead singer and composer, Jim Morrison.

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