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Unable to make up its mind whether it wants to be a Pearl Jam concert film or sports documentary, Let's Play Two succeeds at neither.
The passion behind its creation, along with the passion of its frontman, allow one to look past its flaws with relative ease.
As an affirmation of one famous fan's dedication, "Let's Play Two" works well enough. As a Pearl Jam documentary, not so much.
It shares a side of Mr. Vedder his fans will enjoy: the baseball aficionado who fills out a scorecard and treats Wrigley sod as holy ground.
A shotgun marriage of Cubs history and powerful performances, including a casual Pearl Jam session on a pub roof that fills the streets below.
Pearl Jam: Let's Play Two will bring nothing exploratory or particularly fresh within the realm of concert film documentaries to indifferent outsiders that do not harbor any allegiance to either Pearl Jam or The Chicago Cubs.
If you're a fan of Pearl Jam and have never seen them perform live --and absolutely if you think you may not --Let's Play Two is a must view.
[Let's Play Two] does it so perfectly. It truly has to be experienced.
A decent concert film but also a touching tribute to Eddie Vedder's childhood love for the Chicago Cubs, which should make it a favorite among Pearl Jam and Cubs fans alike.
Eddie Vedder's Ferris Bueller connection was never clearer than in this easy-going play a show, root for the Cubs documentary.
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