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as Mark Ronson
as DJ Premier
as Pretty Lights
as John Densmore
as Ray Manzarek
as Robby Krieger
as Erykah Badu
as Martha Reeves
as LeAnn Rimes
as Ralph Stanley
as The Berklee Symphony...
as Zigaboo Modeliste
as The Funk Brothers
as Trombone Shorty
as The Dap-Kings
as Crystal Method
as Mos Def
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Critic Reviews for Re:Generation
A well-meaning but overreaching documentary that strains to make a Theory of Everything argument about power and powerlessness in America. Ultimately, it fails to convince about much of anything.
The film includes a disappointing amount of the mutual-admiration fluff that show-business types traffic in; everyone thinks everyone else is great and blah blah blah.
Music fans of all stripes should appreciate Amir Bar-Lev's entertaining documentary - and in fact, that's the very idea he's aiming for.
Pleasant but pointless, "Re:Generation Music Project" is a commercial in search of a product.
The process recorded by helmer Amir Bar-Lev holds attention with its peek at the widely ranging personalities, work methods and expertise demonstrated by musicians of different generations and varying experience.
Audience Reviews for Re:Generation
Just finished. This was kinda cool. Interesting watching artists of a specific genre creating music of another genre. Big fan of Mark Ronson but I really really like what Pretty Lights did for the country song Wayfaring stranger. And who knew rapping over classical-ish music could be so engrossing.
No matter what words I type here, my opinion's going to seem somewhat biased. I've become an electronic enthusiast, but this film brings great appreciation to any genre of music and the hard work put into making great songs. As cheesy as it sounds, true magic was made in these 90 minutes of cinema.
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