Monday, November 28, 2011

Review: God Bless Ozzy Osbourne

There are so many good documentaries being made these days and this is a more personal document of a man that has made a career of being the "Madman".

With interviews abound with Ozzy through this entire film and allot of his colleagues and other musicians the surprise here is that Paul McCartney joins in and reminisces about something other than "The Beatles"
Here we hear personal stories from Ozzy and his children tell the sad state of being risen in the house of a drunk.We meet his first children all in all both group of kids say he wasn't much of dad.

(left to right)Nikki Sixx, Vince Neil, Ozzy(dressed as a woman)Tommy Lee & Mick Mars(Motley Crue)

Tommy Lee and others share their days getting wasted with Ozzy, but the man shares his 60th birthday party with us-amazing he's made it this far.

Ozzy's latest album released 2010

I applaud the filmmakers Sharon and Jack Osbourne both produced the film, so there was very intense personal stories like I have never heard before from a person of his stature.

I thank you for reading this
Written by
Anthony Nadeau

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