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Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds is a touching, bittersweet, and ultimately charming love story that serves as a poignantly effective tribute to the strangely complicated, uniquely resilient mother/daughter duo.
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Ms. Fisher is brainy and salty and hilarious, and she's frank and eloquent in describing being bipolar.
This is the film we have - one that is likely to leave those who loved Reynolds or Fisher loving them even more.
The film transcends utility. It's a sober yet gracious cautionary tale about fame and fandom and a powerful portrait of love in action.
Bright Lights plucks [Fisher's] star and that of her mother down from distant heights and lets us gently hold them for a time, reassuring us that their brilliance and humanity was real, their mutual endearment unbreakable.
Bright Lights is a much better way to remember them. It wasn't supposed to double as a requiem, but who knew at the time?
No matter how unsinkable you are, no matter how hard you try to use The Force, it's impossible to look at that image of mother and daughter, fiercely by each other's sides, and do anything other than cry.
Beneath the glitz and glamour, Bright Lights told a story of family wounds that run deep - a tale we mere mortals can relate to as well.
So many surprises and revelations, this intimate visit in their homes and heads is pure genius and a wonderful tribute to these ladies who clearly were the loves of each other's lives.
A gentle, minor tribute to one of Hollywood's greatest loves that proves how lucky we were to have them, and how much luckier they were to have each other.
For 90 minutes, we forget they're gone, spending valuable time with two very different but well-bonded and equally charming Hollywood icons.
Many of those mourning the deaths last week of "Star Wars" icon Carrie Fisher and her mother and Hollywood legend Debbie Reynolds feel as if they've lost good friends. The HBO documentary ... helps explain that grief.
Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds is an exploration of this unusual relationship and a celebration of the beautiful lives left behind.
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