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Marley

Marley
Marley Rating: 79 out of 100 based on 9 reviews.
Cast
Bob Marley

Himself (archive footage)
Lee 'Scratch' Perry

Himself (as Lee Perry)
Danny Sims

Himself
Bunny Wailer

Himself (as Neville Bunny Wailer Livingston)
Aston Barrett

Himself (as Aston Family Man Barrett)
The Wailers

Themselves
Lee Jaffe

Himself
Production
Director:Kevin Macdonald
Producer:Steve Bing (executive producer)
Chris Blackwell (executive producer)
Geraldine Hawkins (line producer)
Ziggy Marley (executive producer)
Suzette Newman (associate producer)
Zach Schwartz (co-producer)
Charles Steel (producer)
Reviews for Marley
The A.V. Club
Any respectable retelling of Bob Marley’s life has a lot to cover. In the 1970s, drive, charisma, and especially talent made Marley one of the biggest music stars in the world, but understanding his ascent and his music means understanding the...
Read review19 Apr 2012
Screen Rant
If there is one thing to be said about the new documentary Marley - which looks back over life and career of Bob Marley – it’s that it clearly demonstrates the reality that many of us who think we know Bob Marley still have a lot to learn about...
Read review20 Apr 2012
New York Post
Kevin Macdonald’s documentary about Bob Marley fulfills its great-man agenda. Go in convinced that this towering reggae artist had glaring personal flaws and that the music-documentary format is a bore, and it won’t matter.
Read review19 Apr 2012
RedEye
The anecdote-filled documentary “Marley” runs nearly two and a half hours. Perhaps that’s so if any viewers inhale their support for the late reggae legend before the movie and pass out during, the thing will still be running when they wake up.
Read review19 Apr 2012
Laramie Movie Scope
This documentary film seems to give the viewer a fairly complete account of the life, death and career of the best-known reggae artist in history, Jamaican-born Bob Marley. I say seems to because I'm no expert on Marley myself, so I can't judge what's...
Read review28 Nov 2012
Reviews for Marley
The A.V. Club
Any respectable retelling of Bob Marley’s life has a lot to cover. In the 1970s, drive, charisma, and especially talent made Marley one of the biggest music stars in the world, but understanding his ascent and his music means understanding the...
Read review19 Apr 2012
Screen Rant
If there is one thing to be said about the new documentary Marley - which looks back over life and career of Bob Marley – it’s that it clearly demonstrates the reality that many of us who think we know Bob Marley still have a lot to learn about...
Read review20 Apr 2012
New York Post
Kevin Macdonald’s documentary about Bob Marley fulfills its great-man agenda. Go in convinced that this towering reggae artist had glaring personal flaws and that the music-documentary format is a bore, and it won’t matter.
Read review19 Apr 2012
RedEye
The anecdote-filled documentary “Marley” runs nearly two and a half hours. Perhaps that’s so if any viewers inhale their support for the late reggae legend before the movie and pass out during, the thing will still be running when they wake up.
Read review19 Apr 2012
Laramie Movie Scope
This documentary film seems to give the viewer a fairly complete account of the life, death and career of the best-known reggae artist in history, Jamaican-born Bob Marley. I say seems to because I'm no expert on Marley myself, so I can't judge what's...
Read review28 Nov 2012
Birmingham Mail
I ALWAYS thought Bob Marley was Afro-Caribbean through and through, not the son of a white man.
Read review27 Apr 2012
The Sydney Morning Herald
In this case, the executive producers include Blackwell and Ziggy Marley, one of Bob's 11 or so children. The producer is the colourful Steve Bing of Shangri-La Entertainment, the American millionaire who produced and financed Shine a Light, Martin...
Read review21 Jun 2012
Time Out London
When the opening credits of Kevin Macdonald’s long-gestating Bob Marley bio-doc open with ‘A Tuff Gong Production’ – the name of Marley’s record label – viewers could be forgiven for fearing the worst. From Kingston, Jamaica to Kingston Upon Hull...
MovieXclusive.com
We don’t claim to be the biggest fans of Jamaican singer songwriter Bob Marley. What we know, however, is that he remains as one of the most widely known and respected performer of reggae music. Hands up - those who do not feel Zen whenever Marley...
Cast
Bob Marley...Himself (archive footage)
Ziggy Marley...Himself
Jimmy Cliff...Himself
Rita Marley...Herself
Cedella Marley...Herself
Lee 'Scratch' Perry...Himself (as Lee Perry)
Chris Blackwell...Himself
Cindy Breakspeare...Herself
Danny Sims...Himself
Bunny Wailer...Himself (as Neville Bunny Wailer Livingston)
Judy Mowatt...Herself
Aston Barrett...Himself (as Aston Family Man Barrett)
The Wailers...Themselves
Lee Jaffe...Himself
Constance Marley...Herself
Production
Director:Kevin Macdonald
Producer:Steve Bing (executive producer)
Chris Blackwell (executive producer)
Geraldine Hawkins (line producer)
Ziggy Marley (executive producer)
Suzette Newman (associate producer)
Zach Schwartz (co-producer)
Charles Steel (producer)
Cinematographer:Mike Eley
Alwin H. Küchler
Wally Pfister
Editing:Dan Glendenning
Production Management:Natalie Thompson (location production manager: Jamaica)
United States11 Mar 2012
United Kingdom20 Apr 2012
Netherlands10 May 2012
Germany12 Feb 2012
Ireland20 Apr 2012
Belgium25 Apr 2012
Canada18 May 2012
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Poland29 Jul 2012
KuwaitKuwait7 Jun 2012
Italy26 Jun 2012
France13 Jun 2012
Australia21 Jun 2012
IcelandIceland21 Jun 2012
Sweden15 Aug 2012
Spain29 Jun 2012
Czech Republic1 Jul 2012
Singapore23 Aug 2012
Japan1 Sep 2012
Russian Federation6 Sep 2012
Greece13 Dec 2012
Denmark4 Nov 2012
Taiwan9 Nov 2012
Turkey9 Nov 2012
Mexico14 Dec 2012
Argentina27 Dec 2012
Slovenia4 Feb 2013
Norway8 Aug 2012