Mary Poppins Returns
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Slightly woolly overall, though you might find yourself buying the CDs. I did.
There's not enough about the conflicts between Paul and those who controlled his records but this is a fan-like yet not too oleaginous tribute.
A touching story, relatively well told with the bonus of a fine backing track and eloquent interview subjects.
It all boils down to a complete lack of focus on the part of the film-makers. Not only do they fail to get their questions answered, they also run out of material so disastrously.
Philadelphia's soul legend Billy Paul takes centre stage in this intriguing documentary, which teases out the nuances of his complex and often painful career.
The film succeeds in making us want to check out the singer's back catalogue.
The old fella's still got it, but you'll wish you knew more about him.
It's clear that there isn't enough imagery to cover the narrative. This is a 50-minute radio programme stuck in 90 minutes of pixels.
The feeling that the film's subject has been over-stretched isn't helped by some crass overdubs of Paul's live performances. Authenticity starts at home.
This illuminating doc looks back on the Philly singer's life and times. It reveals a vast talent who lost his way through a combination of drugs and bad business decisions.
An intriguing documentary.
Am I Black Enough for You is a brain-curdling essay in docu-sycophancy.
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