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Crossroads movie was released Aug 10, 2004 by the Sony Pictures Home studio. To complete a deal he made with the Devil fifty years earlier, an elderly bluesman returns to the Mississippi Delta, accompanied by a 17-year-old guitar wizard whom he's promised to teach Robert Johnson's "unknown 30th song." Crossroads video Stars Ralph Macchio, Joe Seneca, Jami Gertz; music by Ry Cooder. Crossroads film Features a climactic blazing guitar battle performed by Ry Cooder and Steve Vai. ...See Full Description
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||sell your soul for this movie|
i hadn,t seen this movie since i was a kid so i wasn,t expecting much. after watching it through i was really surprised at how good it was,sure the actings not the stuff of oscars,but the two main leads do a terriffic job portraying a kind of master and apprentice role.
By pilmoor_55 (old york ,england)
This movie is the "Rocky" of the guitar world. I was inspired.
By William Pan (Sydney, Australia)
Crossroads DVD for sale A great story line about blues music. The acting is 2nd rate but we enjoyed the movie anyway. If you have a music lover in the house this movie is worth the money.
By gonesailin3467 (Niceville,Fl USA)
||love the blues|
first seen this movie back in august of '87. i and others were blown away by the storyline, the history, and especially the great music! vth in oklahoma.
By vt.harjo (wetumka,OK,USA)
||Steve Vai is in this|
Just skip to the end for the guitar duel featuring Steve Vai, who along with Ry Cooder played all that fancy stuff you hear.
By pmroche (Cleveland)
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Crossroads video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6748107|
|Studio||Sony Pictures Home|
|DVD Encoding||Region 1|
|Release Date||Aug 10, 2004|
|Running Time||99 Minutes|
|Additional Info||Widescreen; Subtitled|
|Movie Details||Color; Widescreen; Subtitled|
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