David Crosby: Remember My Name Reviews

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July 18, 2019
A.J. Eaton's documentary captures Crosby's commitment to making his final years count ("time is the final currency," Crosby says) as well as the singer's candid admission that he has failed a great many people over the years.
July 18, 2019
In essence, it serves up the myth and a necessary corrective to it simultaneously.
July 17, 2019
Fans will enjoy the backstage access, the home movies, the snapshots and the reminiscences, but the movie keeps you at a distance, while implying that it may be just as well not to get too close.
July 17, 2019
While he may look like a white-haired hippie shaman on his last legs, the David Crosby of today may be more musically vital than ever before.
July 17, 2019
That said, Remember My Name still works magnificently as a tragicomic character sketch.
July 17, 2019
It's this crystal-edged, often cutting honesty that makes legendary music man Crosby as fascinating, prickly, bracingly entertaining as he is, for better or for worse. But he's always willing to direct that honesty right at himself, too.
July 18, 2019
Remember My Name is less about the grand life of a rock star than about a man stubbornly refusing to change, even in the face of death.
July 18, 2019
The film captures a man haunted by his past mistakes and nearly certain that he doesn't have the time left to begin making up for them.
July 18, 2019
With A.J. Eaton behind the camera and producer Cameron Crowe also at the helm, they are the perfect people to get answers out of Crosby.
July 16, 2019
Too busy slotting [Crosby's] life into a tediously archetypal baby boomer narrative to make space for the elephant in the room: Crosby's talent, rampaging away just offscreen.
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