The Fearless Freaks
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The Fearless Freaks

2005
Documentary
TV Movie
1h 40m
This documentary offers an intimate look at one of today's most acclaimed alternative rock groups, The Flaming Lips. (Shout! Factory)
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The Fearless Freaks

2005
Documentary
TV Movie
1h 40m
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Avg Percentile 63.84% from 104 total ratings

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Rated 09 Jan 2011
70
79th
Most eccentric rock stars are half act, this is not the case with Wayne Coyne.
Rated 11 Aug 2013
81
77th
Exhilarating, no-holds bar expose of one of the most insane bands ever to stumble blinking into the mainstream. Even without much knowledge of their music it's filled with fascinating characters, and doesn't back away from any hard questions or tough subjects.
Rated 20 Jan 2016
40
23rd
I thought I was a fan of The Flaming Lips but having tried to watch this I'm not so sure - a few of their albums I love but this rambling indulgent mess made me want to just watch a concert film of The Flaming Lips performing rather than watch their back story which it turns out I really don't care for
Rated 14 Aug 2007
85
67th
Well, now I like the flaming lips, so mission accomplished I guess. Very well shot and edited, will put a smile on your face
Rated 14 Aug 2007
95
96th
An amazing documentary about an amazing band. Pretty much makes me want to hang out with Wayne Coyne all the dang time.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
70
52nd
A good film if you're a fan of the Flaming Lips, although I don't think it'd be quite as effective for the uninitiated.
Rated 02 Oct 2022
78
56th
A strikingly candid portrait of the Flaming Lips and their particular peccadillos and eccentricities – would no doubt land even better to fans, but it is a well-made, incisive portrait that straddles the line of hagiographic and revealing successfully, and benefits from its limited number of talking heads, rather letting the band members speak for themselves. Delves into some surprisingly dark and bleak subjects with tact and sensitivity, even subtly dispelling the “tortured artist” mythos.

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