Rating: 6/10
Directed by: Jeff Tremaine
Starring: Douglas Booth, Iwan Rheon, Colson Baker and Daniel Webber

Synopsis: The misfits of Mötley Crüe rise from the streets of Hollywood to the heights of international fame in the 1980s

Personal Review:

The Dirt…an easy task for the Jackass director Jeff Tremaine who is used to films of this nature. If you can ignore the average acting, characters with no real depth and bad writing then this film is perfect if you’re looking for something to help you forget reality for a little while or something to keep on in the background for noise. As good as all the debauchery, sex, drugs and rock n roll scenes were, the scenes that required real acting ability or versatility weren’t as good. Often it was the actors and writer’s fault for not selling it to the audience. For the parts that were meant to be gripping and filled with emotion turmoil I was looking at my phone and for all the wild parts and funny scenes I was looking at the screen. I can sympathize with them though to pull off a movie this wild and outlandish is no easy task and although it wasn’t terrible, they could have taken a page out of ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ book with regards to debauchery and storytelling. It is watchable, it is enjoyable, it is mischievous, and it is easy to get lost in the world of the Mötley Crüe.