The original Rock’n’ Roll spectacle. The groundbreaking tour. The five original members of Alice Cooper group captured live. The 1973 Billion Dollar Babies show was the first of its kind. No other band had ever brought a more expensive, elaborate theatrical production to the rock stage – and rarely has any since. Good To See You Again, Alice Cooper – the film made during the Billion Dollar Babies tour that combines stunning concert footage with an outrageous story and also features the band’s acting debut
The documentary focuses on the captivity of the killer whale Tilikum, who was involved in the deaths of three individuals, and the consequences of keeping such large and intelligent animals in captivity. The coverage of Tilikum begins with his capture in 1983 off the coast of Iceland, showing how he was harassed by fellow captive whales and left in dark tanks for hours – incidents which Cowperthwaite argues contributed to the whale’s aggression. Cowperthwaite also focuses onSeaWorld‘s claims that whales in captivity live longer; a claim that the film argues is false.
While the Twilight movies were terrible, the Rifftrax treatment of them is pure comedy gold! It’s bittersweet that this is the last one of these.
The complete series is here: