Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man Reviews

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June 21, 2006
Thorough it's not, but the concert documentary Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man gathers solid interviews, anecdotes, recitations and tribute performances that present a fairly engaging portrait of the wry, dark poet who became a distinct voice.
June 21, 2006
I'm not generally a big fan of tribute concerts, but this is a glorious exception.
June 21, 2006
Next to Cohen's castle of music, place this fetching little monument to the bard of rapturous bereavement.
June 21, 2006
Cohen's songs are both universal and deeply personal. Even when we're listening to him alone in our room, we still feel like part of the world.
June 21, 2006
No matter how much unique artistry they bring to their interpretations, something essential is lost when anyone other than Cohen is at the mike.
May 24, 2006
In the end, I had the feeling that I had been to church.
March 31, 2006
Captures the elegance, wit, spiritual longing and deep hum-ability of Cohen's work.
March 11, 2006
A funny, frank and incisive look at the philosophical singer and poet.
February 4, 2006
Cohen's songs have always had a epic quality ('Anthem' for the most obvious), and going in I couldn't imagine there being any way to elevate them higher... but the film does.
January 28, 2006
A moving and celebratory rock-doc that proves itself worthy of its subject.
October 14, 2005
A nice auto-portrait.
September 12, 2005
An affectionate and intimate celebration of the acclaimed troubadour in stirring music and words.
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