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Dio: Dreamers Never Die 4K 2022 Ultra HD 2160p

Dio: Dreamers Never Die 4K 2022 Ultra HD 2160p
Genre: Documentary 4K
Ronnie James Dio, Wendy Dio, Mick Wall, Dave Feinstein, Dick Bottoff, Sebastian Bach, Ron Wray, Rob Halford, Eddie Trunk, Roger Glover, Glenn Hughes, Lita Ford, Craig Goldy, Rudy Sarzo, Dan Lilker, Geezer Butler, Bill Ward, Tony Iommi. (Actor)
Don Argott, Demian Fenton (Director)
IMDB: 8.4


Country: USA
Language: English
Release Date: September 28, 2022 (Germany)

Technical Specs

Runime: 01:55:39
Video Codec: HEVC / H.265 (56.0 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
Aspectratio: 2.39:1
Audio: English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
Subtitles: English, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Romanian

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Dio: Dreamers Never Die 4K 2022 Ultra HD 2160p

"Dio: Dreamers Never Die" (2022) in 4K is a captivating tribute to rock legend Ronnie James Dio. This documentary explores his iconic career from Rainbow and Black Sabbath to his solo work, all in stunning 4K detail. It delves into Dio's life, highlighting his resilience and passion.

The film's storytelling is both emotional and compelling, providing a personal view of Dio's journey. It features his timeless hits like "Holy Diver" and "Heaven and Hell," showcasing his unparalleled talent and stage presence.

"Dio: Dreamers Never Die" celebrates Dio's influence on the music world and his connection with fans, paying homage to his heavy metal legacy. In 4K, it offers a visually stunning and emotionally resonant experience, ensuring his music never truly dies. A must-see for Dio fans and rock enthusiasts.

Dio: Dreamers Never Die 4K Review

As you may have guessed by my tagline, I am a huge Ronnie James Dio fan and have been since my early teens and it was so great to FINALLY see a documentary on this great singer and icon.

I was only able to see it for the first time today. I missed the initial limited theatrical run as the person I was going with got sick with Covid only days before we were due to go and out of solidarity with him, I decided not to go either knowing his disappointment about not being able to go.

It was then released on Showtime in America, a streaming service not available here in the UK. Thankfully, I was able to catch it this morning and I found it a really good retrospective of his life and music.

So, why have I not rated this a 10? This is because I felt that it breezed through too many Iconic periods in his life much too fast. They actually spent more time talking about his cameo in Tenacious D's - Pick of Destiny movie, than they did about his entire time in Rainbow and his first stint in Black Sabbath.

They also completely glossed over the period from 1986-2006. Sure, the 90's were a dark time for Ronnie as it was for most Hard Rock and Metal artists that made their bones in the 70's and 80's, but the period was not without its merits. Some great albums came out during this uncovered period. Maybe not Strange Highways or Angry Machines, as they were just a bit too industrial for my European neo-classical rock tastes, but certainly Dream Evil, Lock Up the Wolves, Magica, Killing the Dragon and Master of the Moon and of course the brief Black Sabbath reunion album from 1992 Dehumanizer all could have been talked about more as these are albums although maybe not as iconic as Rainbow Rising, Long Live Rock N Roll, Heaven and Hell, Mob Rules, Holy Diver and The Last in Line, they're certainly nothing to sniff at and all of them are really worthy of the Dio name and should have been given the respect that they deserved too.

However, one part really struck a personal chord with me and that was when they were talking about the relationship Ronnie had with his fans and how he would always remember you. I had the absolute privilege of seeing Ronnie 16 times over the years and from the late 90's onwards, and through the kindness and generosity of Wendy Dio, (Ronnie's wife and manager), my best friend and I were always able to procure after show passes whenever he played the English Midlands so I got to meet him about 7 or 8 times in all. The last time I saw him was following a Dio concert in Birmingham in 2008 and when Ronnie saw me and my friend he walked over to us, smiling broadly and gave us both a hug and said "I knew you two would be here tonight, you've always been here for me". The guy was just pure magic as an artist, and human being.

I was thoroughly moved by the final 10 minutes of this documentary that detailed his declining health and sad passing from cancer in 2010 and my thoughts went straight back to that day and the emotions I felt then and I still feel whenever I think about a world without Ronnie James Dio.

I'm glad I've finally seen this now and I enjoyed it immensely, but I just wish it could have been a lot more thorough as a career spanning retrospective of such a great talent.

He was the best and he still IS the best as his music will always live on.

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