Graffiti Bridge

Graffiti Bridge

DVD - 2004
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Prince is back as "The Kid" in a music-filled story featuring songs from the platinum-selling album of the same title. He and his co-owner of a nightclub struggle for control in a classic good vs. greed confrontation.
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, [2004]
Edition: Widescreen
Copyright Date: ©2004
ISBN: 9780790792163
0790792168
Branch Call Number: DVDM GRAFF
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (91 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in

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suomynona
Jun 21, 2016

Possibly the worst project Prince was ever involved in. I've been a fan since I was 13 -- and this "movie" -- if you can call it that -- is abysmal. Watch "Purple Rain" again. Or even UTCM -- for the humorous moments. Maybe soon the library will have the concert film "Sign O' The Times" -- which is his best film, by far. As big of a fan as I am of Prince, I have wished for the last 26 years that I never saw "Graffiti Bridge." I've seen endless amount of movies in my lifetime -- and for me, "Graffiti Bridge" is by far and away the worst film of all-time. You have better things to do with your time. Anything at all, really, would be a better use of your time.

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jacksongreg81
Dec 02, 2016

The plot continues with The Kid, living future life as an upbeat performer and co-owner of a club, Glam Slam - which was willed to him from Billy, who was the owner of First Avenue Club in the first film. Solitary and lovelorn, he spends his personal time composing songs, and writing letters to his deceased father. The other co-owner who was included in the will is Morris (Morris Day), his rival who now also owns his own club, Pandemonium, while desiring control of the other two clubs in the Seven Corners area - which are Melody Cool, and the Clinton Club. Needing to pay the mayor of Seven Corners $10.000, Morris attempts to extort The Kid - by threatening to take full ownership of Glam Slam. Making matters more interesting is the arrival of Aura, an angel sent from Heaven to sway both Morris and The Kid into leading more righteous lives - while dealing with their attraction to her. As The Kid continues to show resistance, Morris begins to embarrass him by way performances with his band, to steal The Kid's customers. Losing clientele and having his club defamed by Morris's henchmen, The Kid decides to challenge Morris to a music battle for ownership of Glam Slam.

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