The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Jack Bond's engaging documentary about Adam Ant's comeback after years of mental health problems is helped immeasurably by its subject's rapport with Bond.
The music is still electric.
An upbeat comeback story for an enduring legend of British pop.
He's a controlling sort of fellow and this is what he wants us to see. Those interested in pop culture, of course, won't mind because what he chooses to hide is so very revealing.
Bond rightly concentrates on the new material and Ant's new persona, the Blueblack Hussar, whose live shows are splendidly eclectic and occasionally electrifying.
Adam Ant struts his stuff in this entertaining but unspectacular tour doc.
An engaging, intimate and illuminating look at music and style icon Adam Ant's current life and music career from filmmaker Jack Bond.
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