Mary Poppins Returns
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There is so little posturing attitude at the Royal Albert Hall that you wonder if rock music really needs any of it-if the couture and surliness couldn't just go back where they belong, which is pro wrestling.
It offers a special 'something' for everyone who ever appreciated the Quiet Beatle's musical gifts and spiritual explorations.
It's a must-see for Beatle completists and an unexpected treat for casual fans.
Like the man himself, the entire thing is just too beautiful.
Unlikely to join the ranks of the great concert films, but it does provide both deep musical pleasures and a touching farewell to the former Beatle.
[A] moving documentary.
the performances of these great songs are truly heartfelt and emotional (I got chills more than a few times).
It's not only terrific music, but a terrific send-off.
Director David Leland crafts an evocative and entertaining concert film that captivates the heart and mind, regardless how familiar you are with the incredible repertoire of the "quiet Beatle."
Chris Menges' cinematography helps make this a superior concert movie--warmly photographed with strong colours and close-up camera work.
Anyone who remembers Harrison fondly will enjoy this musical tribute, though it assumes a level of familiarity with Harrison's associates that not all viewers will have.
It's made with such unobtrusive expertise that it is truly the next best thing to having been there.
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