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  1. Do we not have a thread for this amazing concert documentary? The closest thing I could find is this thread about Byrne and Eno collaborating, with some comments about how incredible this film is. I was expecting it to be good, as far too many people had sung its praises, but I'm not sure I could have anticipated it being this good. I'm not super familiar with Talking Heads' music besides the more popular well-known stuff, so I didn't imagine I'd be so profoundly moved by the film, but there's just a prodigal amount of joy and generosity here. I'd love to hear others' thoughts on this film; I'm still in recovery mode, trying to discern just how and why it struck me the way it did.
  2. Just watched this on Netflix this evening, since I needed something fun today. And boy is it ever. I'm not usually big on concert films, but it's a great show. Visually stunning. Timberlake's music benefits from the visuals and the dancing. The musicians themselves are just having so much fun. Of interest to those at A&F might be that JT and his crew pause in prayer together before going on stage, and it actually seems like more than just affect, like they really do believe they are blessed to be doing this. Calum Marsh was onto something in his review. http://news.nationalpost.com/arts/movies/why-netflixs-justin-timberlake-concert-special-is-incredibly-one-of-the-best-films-of-the-year
  3. Tyler

    Ricki and the Flash

    The Wrap: Can't say I ever expected to see those 3 names in the same sentence.
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