CSNY Déjà Vu (2008)
Critic Consensus: Half concert doc, half political exposition, CSNY: DeJa Vu straddles the old and new slant on politics in music with diligence and not a little self-promotion.
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Critic Reviews for CSNY Déjà Vu
It is a good, strong documentary.
Many come to the shows unprepared for the heavy sermonizing. Others call for it. The documentary seems equally divisive.
CSNY Déjà Vu has some delicious moments, but you never quite shake the feeling that it's documenting a tempest in a teapot.
The band's harmonies have crumbled and their new songs sound like paint being chipped off an aluminum shed with a garden rake. Their hits would sound better on the next eight-track you see at a yard sale.
Young, who directed the movie, compares today's climate with the Vietnam era, and doesn't bother hiding his disappointment in the present.
Audience Reviews for CSNY Déjà Vu
I like Neil Young and to a certain extent CSN. I do like the Deja Vu record a lot. Neil Young is one of those musicians where maybe he has a few good albums and a lot of good songs but not someone who I get excited when I hear that they have new records. This just missed the mark and was very weak
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