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Featuring street artists and top graffiti writers from five continents, Bomb It – The Movie updates the story of graffiti with a truly international perspective.

Bomb It, 8.4 out of 10 based on 29 ratings

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  • Imo Ohf

    Damn this is a really good documentary

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4LF5NMECNSJBQKOSIWD6MPHBOU Dracu,

    Yes, those poor graffiti “artists”(aka rebellious geniuses aka childish vandals aka …) deserve more respect and appreciation…This documentary like any other I’ve seen about graffiti seams to me to be a total waste. 

  • Peaceblaster

    By far the best graffiti documentary I’ve ever seen.

  • gomez

    Law breaking, creatively brilliant (except at finding legal surfaces) idiots who should be known only as criminals.

  • kotchpatts

    I like graf as art, but I can’t stand people who do it on beautiful buildings… like that guy who putting up stencils in a 10th Century castle in France… Get a clue you fuckin prick…. Graf kept on boring walls, spaces, trains etc where there is no beauty to found otherwise is great, but graffing castles and beautiful brownstones? Fuckin idiots…..

  • Dropkick Helen

    I like this documentary because it gives you various reason on WHY people do this.  Is this illegal and are they considered criminals? Sure.  But for example: the guy doing it in the sewers, look how much that meant to the homeless family he didn’t even know was down there.  Or in places like the UK where the people are under the constant eyes of “Big Brother” it is a form of rebellion.  And Io agree.  It’s a peaceful protest to many.  Don’t get me wrong.  Some graffiti isn’t art and is just a sloppy looking mess.  But that is the difference between graffiti and street art. 

  • Dropkick Helen

    I like this documentary because it gives you various reason on WHY people do this.  Is this illegal and are they considered criminals? Sure.  But for example: the guy doing it in the sewers, look how much that meant to the homeless family he didn’t even know was down there.  Or in places like the UK where the people are under the constant eyes of “Big Brother” it is a form of rebellion.  And Io agree.  It’s a peaceful protest to many.  Don’t get me wrong.  Some graffiti isn’t art and is just a sloppy looking mess.  But that is the difference between graffiti and street art. 

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  • AddNewComment1

    another group of where maybe 1% actually talented enough to do something that people would want to see….. the rest is forced upon society at taxpayers expense and an embarrassment to the community it winds up defacing.

  • R

    Writers dont care about what any of you have to say.

    • Whateverhardarse

      But you cared enough to comment

  • Misselle