Critic Reviews for Bobby
Released to mark the 50th anniversary of England's World Cup triumph, this polished doc pays tribute to that winning team's golden-haired captain Bobby Moore.
Like a good solid four-four-two, it's all fairly conventional documentary fare.
The account of Moore's untimely death, aged only 51, can't help but bring a lump to the throat.
With the 50th anniversary of England's win fast approaching, this is a chance to revisit how Bobby made football a beautiful game.
If you can bear another blow-by-blow account of English football's finest hour, this is as good a time as any, and nobody could begrudge Bobby Moore his documentary closeup.
Blond, blue-eyed and coolly composed, whether calmly wiping his palms before shaking hands with the Queen ... or nervelessly tackling Brazilian forward Jairzinho, he always looked as though he'd stepped from the pages of Roy of the Rovers.
Audience Reviews for Bobby
One of the most iconic and influential English footballers gets a superb retelling of his epic life on the pitch. Sadly, it also shoes the sad demise too which only goes to show how special he really was.
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