Mary Poppins Returns
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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It's when the viewer's response mirrors that of the filmed audience - jaw dropping as terrifying clowns urge you to 'get high' - that Smith's ability to connect becomes inarguable.
The visuals never achieve the immersion they're after. In fact, the screen frame winds up circumscribing the experience, rendering the audience voyeurs.
A fine showcase for the musical prowess and showmanship of the Chemical Brothers, yet lacks the heat, sweat and heart-pounding, universal intensity of the live festival experience.
A concert movie with a difference, director Adam Smith captures The Chemical Brothers' live show in all its psychedelic splendor. Blistering, cinematic ecstasy.
If you're a fan of the Chemical Brothers, this will be be an incomparable treat. If you're not, seeing this will make you believe.
'Don't Think' is probably the best encapsulation ever recorded of the clubbing generation's live experience. That feeling of the senses being overwhelmed and reality becoming unhinged is at the heart of this movie.
Like any truly great gig, it's all about being in the moment.
Some fantasy interludes prove distracting but the ecstatic experience of the Chems' psychedelic spectacle is brought to thrilling life by Smith's fluid, fizzing direction.
An absolutely epic performance from the legendary Chemicals! The only thing I did not like was not having as good a TV and sound system I would have liked to do this real justice - stunning!
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