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You could argue that DJs ruin songs by altering their original production with endless scratching, clipping, and mechanical manipulation. Oh, and endless fooling around with headphone placement comes with the territory.
Talk to any working musician about the live work they lose to DJs, and you'll get an ear full.
Curating a cool song list used to be the province of Jones Generation music lovers who would make endless mix tapes (cassettes) to impress their friends. That was cool.
For as much of a nice guy as "One For All" paints its subject, Chris Villa's personal story comes across as mundane.
Villa's effort at winning the Red Bull 3Style World Championship, sets the movie's minimal narrative arc.
Clearly, there is a closed community of people who make the rules and harvest money for Red Bull, but we don't get any behind-the-scenes dirt.
Would-be DJs out there might get a whiff of inspiration from watching Chris Villa's story, but you won't learn any craft. That is if you consider rhythmically fiddling with faders and dials much of a craft.
Personally, I say get an instrument, like a guitar, and learn how to play it.
Music doesn't come from DJs.
Not Rated. 110 mins.