I think the marathons work great when you’re already familiar with the episodes. It then almost becomes like a liturgy or a concert by an old recording artist.
“It’s just a show. I should really just relax.”
Peace sells, but who’s buying?
“This was clearly choreographed.”
“While you were singing, I got stabbed in the head by a Puerto Rican.” Still missing Norm.
It’s cool Spielberg is giving this a shot but his update can’t hold a candle to the Jacobs/Drucker version:
First BMW destroyed its design language, now it destroyed the M(otorsport) division by forcing/allowing them to produce a monstrously ugly useless SUV that has nothing to do with Motorsport. It’s a complete travesty and hope it’s not rewarded with record sales. I just hope AMG does not feel the need to follow this…
Duh. She broke up the B Sharps.
Here is your Crab face
The band’s begun to fall apart, and Epstein’s on the moon,
John’s on drugs ‘n concept art, and Epstein’s on the moon,
maybe if they had recorded in Dubly
The Get Back is an obvious example, but it was equally great during Don’t Let Me Down when Paul tells John that the “I’m in love for the first time” bit serves better as a middle-8/bridge, instead of as a verse. John just accepts it immediately and shifts the song. It was such a great example of how those two helped… Read more
This comment has big “Principle Skinner insisting to himself it’s the children who are wrong” energy.
That’s how I saw it. It’s kind like a baseball game in that you just put it on in the background and then perk up when something exciting happens. I’ve also found that it’s really hard to stop when you put it on because it just has an incredible vibe to it.
This is an interesting thing to review — it’s definitely in the realm of a B as something to watch: it’s definitely a lot, it drags to a crawl at points, and it’s best watched in the background while doing something else. But more than most documentaries, this thing isn’t meant to be a piece of entertainment, it’s… Read more
Well it was the 80s, and he was a successful musician, so all of it?