Dio: Dreamers Never Die

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    Chris WillmanVariety
    Dio had just enough curious career turns to justify the length of the movie that’s been made about him.
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    Robert PensonAustin Chronicle
    While up close and personal, the story of the Man on the Silver Mountain is as epic as his music.
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    Stephen SilverLiving Life Fearless
    A watchable exploration of the prolific frontman's life and career.
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    Lorry KiktaFilm Threat
    The documentary is made for big Dio fans and burgeoning metalheads. They’ll love it and maybe you will too.
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    Leo BradyAMovieGuy.com
    By the end it becomes more than evident that Dio is an important figure in music- whether you like his tunes is up to you- but what cant be denied is that Dio will rock long into the great dark night.
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    Ayeen ForootanIn Review Online
    Its an unassuming, respectful tribute, a genuinely feel-good story that serves as an appropriate salute to the life and art of Ronnie James Dio.
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    Nathaniel MuirAIPT
    Forgoing typical music documentary conventions, the look at Ronnie James Dio is more about his passion than a scandalous rise and fall. Great insight into the person who invented the devil horns but still manages to get overlooked.
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    Christopher CrossTilt Magazine
    Those with knowledge of the man already arent going to necessarily come out of DIO: Dreamers Never Die much wiser, but as a cursory overview of Dios career, its an absolute must for the unfamiliar.
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