Critic Review - New York Times

There is a dazzling array of talent on display here, and the film surely has its memorable moments. But it articulates so little of the end-of-an-era feeling it hints at.

May 20, 2003 Full Review Source: New York Times | Comments (3)
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Henry Krinkle

Epic fail.

Apr 11 - 07:26 PM

Shane Scala

Shane Scala

Screw you, this Martain Scorsese film has the best end-of-an-era feeling you will ever see in a music film or any film. It has Neil Diamond, Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Muddy Waters, Joni Mitchell, The Staples ,Emmylou Harris, and of course The Band like Garth Hudson, Levon Helm, Richard Manuel, Rick Danko, and Robbie Robrtson. You just do not understand music, it is very hard to believe you are a critic. This is The Last Waltz.

Nov 18 - 05:57 PM

Stewart Evans

Stewart Evans

I know it's all opinion, but i find it hard to believe that this critic when given the choice of either liking or disliking the film (which is pretty much what the fresh and rotten mean) that they would dislike it. It's like they wanted to just be argumentative, because even with its flaws, it's almost impossible not to at least think this movies is more fresh then rotten.

Apr 21 - 11:29 PM

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