God Bless Ozzy Osbourne - 4 out of 5
I've seen Ozzy in concert three times in my life and the man can put on a show. He still knows how to rock, even in his sixties. Sure I can't understand a word out of his mouth that isn't the word "fuck" or one of its many variations when he talks to the audience in-between songs but that doesn't mean he doesn't melt my face off with the power of metal as he belts off "Crazy Train."
|No I didn't pause the documentary and took this still...Ozzy stood like that for|
30 minutes...and he claims to have ADD.
|Believe it or not...Ozzy was young once.|
|I'm not going to lie...I find Sharon Osbourne incredibly attractive.|
|Rhodes making that guitar his bitch.|
|Ozzy and his new beast on the six strings; Zakk Wylde, backstage.|
|Sabbath in their older days...or younger days depending on|
|That reads "Sir Paul McCartney" for those who can't read titles...but, then again,|
you probably can't read this caption either.
The only real complaint I had about the documentary is the fact that is was produced by Sharon and Jack Osbourne. The fact it was produced within the Osbourne clan and not from an outside party makes me slightly suspect if the film wasn't just a PR piece on how Ozzy turned his life around and I started to wonder what of Ozzy's past was left out because it may have been too awful...a scary thought when you consider what he admits to with a hint of a smile--or at least as much of a smile that Ozzy can accomplish. Of course, they could have just got the producing credits after the film was complete.
|If Ozzy and Sharon aren't a perfect example of what true love is, then love doesn't exist.|
Other than some mild suspicions of the genuine nature of the doc, it's really informative and interesting to sit through--not to mention there's great music to hear all the way through!