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Documentaries thrive on candor and intimacy, two qualities the film fatally lacks. Weir has a reputation as a wild child and a loose cannon with little concern for propriety, but he's awfully cautious here about what he reveals about himself.
If you're not already a member of the "Johnny's Angels" fan club, you might wonder why other equally outrageous athletes weren't bestowed with their own cinematic tributes.
One part hagiography and two parts psychotherapy.
Pop Star on Ice doesn't so much follow figure skater Johnny Weir as offer him a platform on which to mouth off, punctuated with practice and competition footage.
Weir is indeed the epitome of the pop star, embodying a bubble-gum histrionics too addicted to any kind of adulation to ever actually take sides.
Where's Brian Boitano when you really need him?
Filmmakers David Barba and James Pellerito have made the best promo for the [Olympic] games (NBC should be thankful).
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