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Fans will find this outing a bit old-hat, and newbies will probably be wondering what the fuss is all about.
Fans will get a brutal blood rush from the fight footage, but this brand hagiography is mercilessly one-sided.
If you're not a fan of McGregor, there's no real story here for you to get invested in.
Eschewing interviews and talking heads for a fly-on-the-wall approach, Fitzgerald submerges the viewer in McGregor's ambition.
The movie does a good job of providing highlights of each fight that tell the story of what went on in the Octagon, but as someone who's already seen these fights, it reinforces the biggest question at the heart of this movie: Who is this documentary for?
Unfortunately, an unseemly proportion of the running time of Notorious is wasted by its constant feeding of McGregor's monstrous ego.
"Though it doesn't dig deep, Notorious: Conor McGregor is exciting, energetic and occasionally revealing..."
For all his swagger, McGregor is more likeable than I thought and this watchable, if not especially illuminating, film will be warmly welcomed by his legion of fans.
... cringeworthy fluff piece...
[Conor McGregor's] never less that watchable, but the film is disappointingly one-sided.
Unfortunately, Notorious comes together flat.
Structurally, the film is pure sports fairy tale; the rise, fall and resurrection of a champion, achieved through hard work, self-belief and a lot of people telling you how great you are.
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