The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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It's less a social history than a commercial for alternative healing.
Though sometimes clumsy or nostalgic, the film is an engaging oral history of Leary and Dass's friendship.
The talk often involves death, which doesn't make it any less involving.
We can feel the bond that these two men had for each other - and it makes for a genuine love story.
Electrifying and enlightening. It will captivate and nourish the minds and souls of audiences both young and old
A pensive documentary shedding light on death and dying, inner space exploration and the sweet fragility of life.
Hopefully Dying to Know will help to rehabilitate the image of hallucinogens from being just the domain of hippies and Burners.
There's not a lot of new information in this affectionate portrait, but anyone interested by the history of the counterculture in this country should find it worthwhile.
Documentarians are eternally fascinated with the '60s, cycling through the same tie-dyed tropes each time a few moments of new footage appears, but these particular icons seem uniquely undeserving.
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