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The movie takes after Turo Moilanen, a singer who has a few feelings of trepidation since he was youthful. His band help him conquering those feelings of trepidation by driving them to the most sizzling metal celebration of Norway. There, they experience an energizing enterprise together and get into a progression of battles against an assembles of Finns.
This Finnish black metal comedy has its heart in the right place (severed from the body, of course, and served on a stake), but never quite transcends its quirky humor to become the epic it sets out to be.
Heavy Trip solidifies its place among other beloved metal genre films by summoning a dark comedy that even those who aren't familiar with Pantera, Children of Bodom, or Uruguayan grindcore can throw their horns up and enjoy.
While some folks might be turned off by a movie with subtitles (yes, those people do exist unfortunately), the themes and comedy in Heavy Metal once again proves that cinema might just be the greatest universal language there is.
The characters are agreeably quirky (except for the few we're obviously supposed to dislike), the music sounds authentically metal, the scenery is gorgeous, and there are plenty of small delights that make it worth watching.