With AEW Revolution 2020, All Elite Wrestling (AEW) proved yet again why they are a wrestling company to not mess with as they are successfully bringing about a significant change to Sports Entertainment! Revolution, being their first PPV of 2020, saw the AEW wrestlers giving it their all, much to the thrill of the rambunctious Chicago crowd. The main event of Revolution, in particular, had wrestling fans buzzing as it saw Chris Jericho put his AEW World Championship on the line against the hottest wrestling commodity in town, Jon Moxley.
I've watched all three Bedrooms to Billions films this week and that may have intensified some of my negative feelings about this most recent entry. The Playstation Revolution starts off in much the same fashion as its immediate predecessor, with a deep and technical examination of the birth of the PS1. And crucially, as the filmmakers did so successfully with their Amiga film, the context in which this development took place is a key part of the story.But then that part of the story comes to an end and then we start to skip through what to my eye looked increasingly like promo (or even propaganda) for the Playstations 2 through 4. It's already a very long film so I understand why additional length might not have been desirable for anyone, but the story of the PS3's Cel processor, while touched on here, isn't really explored, so why include it at all? What made this chip so revolutionary but so hard to program for? I dunno, because it was... And if we pass beyond the era of PS1, surely we now need to bring Xbox into the story for context and comparison. By the time we reach the PS4 section we've descended into pure corporate promo.If you enjoyed BtB 1&2 you'll like the first section of this film. It's just a shame the filmmakers couldn't show more restraint and confidence in that aspect of this story as they ultimately morph from documentarians into advertisers.(All that said, I'd still watch a BtB4.)
Prince And The Revolution: Live was available to purchase and stream on 15 May 2020 (six months after the previous posthumous release, 1999 Super Deluxe Edition), and was released to coincide with a four-day video stream of the full show on YouTube to raise funds for COVID-19 relief efforts. The press release for the stream stated:
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