Critic Review - Chicago Reader

You could call it a self-serving film, were McCartney's complacency not so all-embracing: self-flattery requires at least a hint of self-doubt, but there's no trace of anything remotely that unsettling on McCartney's placid, Buddha-like brow.

January 1, 2000 Full Review Source: Chicago Reader
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