The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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It's astonishing enough that these mumbling hellraisers grew up as the deeply believing scions of itinerant revivalist Christians, but when the camera is turned on their backwoods family and neighbours, the film strikes gold.
The boys return to this backwoods retreat for an annual family reunion that fascinates Mitchell, and it's here that the film discovers its distinctive flavor.
Talihina Sky unfolds somewhere between fan document and tantalizing expose, but this is a portrait of a bunch of young guys in various states of emotional flux and maturation.
Great rock docs need a great story if they're to be of interest to anyone other than a band's hardcore fanbase and that's the one thing Talihina Sky: The Story of the Kings of Leon lacks.
Their music is secondary to the story but underscores its behind-the-scenes, rather fractured style.
An insight into an America that many may associate more readily with Steinbeck than the 21st century.
Not bad. Interesting look at the 'Kings of Leon' rise and interviews with family and friends. I had no idea they were so rooted in religion.
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