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It Might Get Loud -- A documentary on the electric guitar from the point of view of three significant rock musicians: Jack White, the Edge and Jimmy Page.
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Release Date:
27 August 2009 (Germany) See more »
A documentary on the electric guitar from the point of view of three significant rock musicians: the Edge, Jimmy Page and Jack White. | Full synopsis »
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Jimmy Page ... Himself

The Edge ... Himself

Jack White ... Himself

Link Wray ... Himself (archive footage)

Bono ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Michael McKean ... David St. Hubbins (archive footage) (uncredited)

Larry Mullen Jr. ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Robert Plant ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Meg White ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Directed by
Davis Guggenheim 
Produced by
Peter Afterman .... producer
Erica Beaney .... associate producer
Michael Birtel .... associate producer
Lesley Chilcott .... producer
Diana Derycz-Kessler .... associate producer
Bert Ellis .... executive producer
Davis Guggenheim .... producer
Rebecca Hartzell .... associate producer
Michael J. Mailis .... executive producer (as Michael Mailis)
Ned O'Hanlon .... line producer: Dublin
Jimmy Page .... associate producer
Jay Pollack .... associate producer
Alba Tull .... associate producer
Thomas Tull .... producer
Cinematography by
Guillermo Navarro 
Erich Roland 
Film Editing by
Greg Finton 
Production Design by
Donald Graham Burt  (as Don Burt)
Production Management
Lucy Booth .... production supervisor: London
Chris Choun .... production supervisor
Jeanette Heindel .... production supervisor: Austin
Tina Moy .... production supervisor: Detroit
Tara Mullen .... production supervisor: Dublin
Susan E. Novick .... post-production supervisor
Emily Wolfe .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Cas Donovan .... first assistant director
Laura Lyons .... second assistant director
Art Department
Jerry A. Chavez .... property master
Eric Hull .... assistant property master
Angela Messina .... props
Sound Department
Johnna Chism .... assistant sound editor
Joel Dougherty .... sound editor
Chuck Fitzpatrick .... sound mixer
Tim LeBlanc .... re-recording mixer
Skip Lievsay .... sound
Oliver Machin .... sound recordist
Jeremy Mazza .... boom operator
Thomas Morrison .... location sound mixer
Jeremy Peirson .... sound effects editor
Bryan Pennington .... dolby sound consultant
Charles Tomaras .... sound recordist
Byron Wilson .... dialogue editor
Special Effects by
Steve Newquist .... special effects
Visual Effects by
John J. Budion .... visual effects
Tim Farrell .... visual effects
Carson Hood .... visual effects producer
Gavin Miljkovich .... visual effects artist
Michael Stolzenberger .... visual effects
Steve Tozzi .... title design
Camera and Electrical Department
Erik Anschicks .... gaffer (segment: s)
Dwayne Barr .... dolly grip: Los Angeles
Christopher Bell .... camera operator
Kim Bird .... camera operator
Ron Coe .... assistant camera
Scott Dale .... digital imaging technician
Matthew Devitt .... best boy grip
Des Doyle .... focus puller
Eric Felland .... set lighting technician
Pat Fitzpatrick .... assistant chief lighting technician: los angeles
Ryan French .... best boy electric
Jason Garcia .... first assistant camera
Billy Gierhart .... camera operator (as Bill Gierhart)
Wayne A. Goring .... first assistant camera (as Wayne Goring)
D.J. Harder .... assistant camera
Kevin D. Hewitt .... steadicam operator
Timothy James Kane .... assistant camera (as Tim Kane)
Vince Klimek .... gaffer
David Lee .... gaffer
Eric Lee .... still photographer
Andrew Lemon .... tape operator
Eoin O'Hagan .... gaffer
Josh Rich .... key grip: documentary unit
Rick Stribling .... key grip
Alba Tull .... still photographer
Jeff Tungyoo .... utility camera
David Waldman .... camera operator
Kenny Yakkel .... dolly grip
Animation Department
Kate Anderson .... animator
Editorial Department
Mike Azevedo .... first assistant editor
Salvatore Catanzaro .... on-line editor
Tricia Chiarenza .... color timer
Ed Friesema .... assistant editor
Brett Konner .... apprentice editor
Troy Rackley .... second assistant editor
Erik Rogers .... senior digital intermediate producer
Rob Sciarratta .... digital film colorist
Jimmy Tom .... assistant colorist
Music Department
Alison Litton .... associate music supervisor
Jason Ruder .... music editor
Margaret Yen .... music supervisor
Other crew
Michael Birtel .... assistant: Lesley Chilcott
Susan Bliss .... post script services
Shannon Costello .... rights and clearances
Ethan Cushing .... production assistant
Kimberly Edwards .... production accountant
Ryan Gallagher .... researcher
Richard Grimshaw .... studio engineer
Cody Heller .... assistant: Davis Guggenheim
W. Michael Jenson .... assistant: Thomas Tull
Kenny Kayne .... utility
Katsuya Kobayashi .... japanese translator
Matt Kowalick .... assistant: Thomas Tull
Joey Mendez .... production assistant
Lynette Nazari .... assistant: Peter Afterman
Dan Olson .... production assistant
Deborah Ricketts .... archive researcher
Pete Rizzo .... technical director
Gerardo F. Santos .... production coordinator
Bethany Sias .... office assistant
James Singleton .... production assistant
Keegan Zall .... key set production assistant
Cheryl Engels .... special thanks
Jay Frasco .... special thanks
Jake Guswa .... thanks
Bomber Hurley-Smith .... special thanks
Suzanne Lindbergh .... very special thanks
Shan Lui .... special thanks
Steve Matthews .... very special thanks
Paul McGuinness .... very special thanks

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Also Known As:
"Приготовьтесь, будет громко" - Russia
"A Todo Volume" - Brazil (imdb display title)
"A todo volumen" - Argentina (imdb display title)
"Bedzie glosno" - Poland
"Gürültü ustalari" - Turkey (Turkish title) (DVD title)
"Get Loud: The Edge, Jimmy Page, Jack White x Life x Guitar" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)
"It Might Get Loud" - Greece (DVD title)
"It might get loud" - Denmark (imdb display title)
"Možda bude glasno" - Serbia
"Võib valjuks minna" - Estonia
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Rated PG for mild thematic elements, brief language and smoking
98 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Argentina:Atp | Australia:PG | Canada:PG (Alberta/Ontario) | Canada:G (British Columbia/Manitoba/Quebec) | Ireland:PG | Japan:G | Singapore:PG | UK:PG | USA:PG (certificate #45083)
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Did You Know?

Jack White wrote and recorded his first solo single, "Fly Farm Blues," in 10 minutes during the filming of this movie.See more »
Factual errors: The section where Jimmy Page is talking about his first electric guitar is prefaced with a title card labeled "Jimmy's Strat" and showing a Fender Stratocaster. However, the pictures accompanying his story show a young Jimmy Page with a guitar that is distinctly not a Stratocaster, but a Selmer Futurama.See more »
[first lines]
Jack White:Who says you need to buy a guitar?
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Movie Connections:
Whole Lotta LoveSee more »


At one point Jimmy Page mentions that "the fourth album only got one paragraph review". Which album was this?
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56 out of 67 people found the following review useful.
It Might Get.... odd?, 21 July 2009
Author: rumbleinthejungle from New Zealand

As intriuged as I was with the idea of this film, the trio of guitar players cast together looked a little odd.... at least on paper anyways. One is a classic rock legend, the other is a very individualistic (and highly influential) sonic craftsmen and the last is a white kid from Detroit heavily influenced by black blues and the archaic recording techniques of yesteryear. On one hand, it makes sense to represent the very different approaches that all 3 have become synonymous with, but on the other hand it feels slightly unfair to team up two blues influenced guys with another player whose style relies on his manipulating and processing of sound to come up with what is essentially a 'less is more' approach. That contrast may have just been what the director was seeking, but it didn't stop me feeling sorry for The Edge when Jack and Jimmy are playing dirty slide on Zep's 'In My Time Of Dying' while The Edge stands there looking a bit lost. But then, Jimmy Page probably feels the same way when Jack and Edge are trying to get him to sing a harmony part in 'The Weight' and he protests that he "Cant sing, sorry!". Jack White, while not being directly humbled on camera, must nevertheless be aware of the immense legacies that the other two guitar players have left behind them while he is still very much carving a name for himself. He comes across well though - cocky and self-assured without being arrogant. His preference for the bare-bone expressionism of what rock n roll has been, and should still be, was clearly very heartfelt and honest. There are lots of great moments to behold in this film, even if it does feel ready to finish about 20 minutes before it actually does. Jimmy Page going giddy with excitement whilst listening to Link Wray's 'Rumble' in his front room or the looks on Jack and Edge's faces when he launches into the seminal 'Whole Lotta Love' riff are just two great moments. In truth, Jimmy Page steals the show - he's just such a strong personality when compared to the politely spoken Edge or eager to impress White. Also, seeing as both Page and White are coming at the guitar from the same kind of school of black roots music, perhaps instead of having White fly the flag for the contemporary guitar player, someone like Thurston Moore would've been a more daring and interesting choice? It's a tough call.

Highly recommended for fans of rock music and the electric guitar.

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