Green Day, Tony Hawk on Punk Documentary

Published: 2007-04-05
Punk rock was super hot in the 1990s and Robot Academy Films will be acknowledging this fact by creating a documentary on the 90's punk scene.

The film is titled One Nine Nine Four, and is set for release in 2008. The documentary will consist of interviews from the people who lived the punk rock experience full fledged during the 90's, from fans to bands. It will also consist of live footage of classic live gigs.

Bands contributing to the memory of punk are Green Day, Bad Religion and Blink 182. Hand in hand with punk rock is skateboarding, so it fits that acclaimed skateboarder Tony Hawk will narrate the flick.

Writer: Lindsey Peterson

   

 

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if you are going to make a punk rock documentary actually get some punk rock bands. Greenday are posers and blink 182 are emo, Bad religion is the only thing close to punk rock.Get bands like the exploited the casualties the germs the ghouls or some good punk rock bands
Posted by: Anonymous on April 08, 2007
greenday n blink r sum of the gr8est bands that wer eva made they r tru punk rock!
Posted by: Anonymous on April 10, 2007
Nofx is a good choice but have we given any thought to Lagwagon, Or Me first and the Gimmie Gimmies?? I also agree with the other comment about Green Day and Blink 182. When they first arrived on the scene they were good punk rockers but as the fame hit it seems that they became sellouts.
Posted by: Anonymous on August 02, 2007
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