Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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The film's strength is in its ability to bring the experience of Burning Man to its audience, evoking not only the heat, dust and fatigue, but the sheer awe of its enormousness and generosity of spirit.
Reduces a complex social environment to a trifling spectacle of fakery, peopled by faux-hemians who offer up trivial confessions as if they're earth-shattering.
Fails to convey what brings thousands of people to this place every year. Guess you had to be there.
I emerged charmed by some characters, a bit more informed than before about Burning Man as a whole, but decidedly non-immersed.
It's more like a routine home video with arty pretensions.
An incoherent documentary about the annual Burning Man arts festival in the northern Nevada desert.
Everybody gets naked and plays electronic Hacky Sack or something. All attendees are required to keep a video diary of everything they do.
...tries to personalize the event by focusing on three participants, who unfortunately happen to be rather boring.
Consider it your all-access pass to the imaginative desert maelstrom without the nasty sunburn or sand in your hair.
Maybe it does as well as anyone could with this rambunctious but extravagantly self-indulgent festival; unfortunately, that isn't much.
There are interesting characters in this documentary, but unfortunately, it's not the people that are the focus of the film.
It's refreshing to see people who willingly and eagerly forego commerce to use their time making art and seeking spiritual meaning.
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