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A cheerfully rambling documentary that's much more thought-provoking than the sum of its parts.
A moderately ingratiating, none too probing and largely predictable essay on the way people fear and embrace their senior years.
Wexler gets tired of his own movie near the end of it. The viewer will get tired in 15 minutes.
Wexler, whose father is the brilliant cinematographer Haskell Wexler - still filming movies at 89 - wisely focuses on the personalities as well as the anomalies.
If someone could give you a pill that allowed you to live for 500 years, would you take it?
A wry, hopeful yet enigma-appreciating documentary about the perils and possibilities that come with growing old.
An expert documentary, a responsible yet lighthearted film about the absurd things that folks do in the face of death.
I don't know "How to Live Forever," but I can say you're better off not wasting the time you have watching the documentary with that title.
The doc's presentation of its information-overload is scattershot and prosaic.
This documentary on longevity is more jaunty than illuminating.
Serving as a portal to personal reflection about aging and death, How To Life Forever is a highly relevant documentary with wide appeal. Read my full review.
An entertaining and thought-provoking documentary that offers a global examination of longevity, centenarians, and the growing market for anti-aging products.
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