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Sinatra: All or Nothing at All: Season 1 (2015)
Critic Consensus: Sinatra: All or Nothing at All tackles its challenging subject with spectacular clips and interviews, offering a gratifying homage to a cultural icon.
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Gibney delivers a beautiful follow-up, a four-hour examination of the life of Frank Sinatra, which proves to be as mesmerising as it is flavourful.
The exhaustive but thoroughly enjoyable four-hour film... is a deep dive into the life, loves, and - most stunningly - the music of the hero of Hoboken, N.J., who would have turned 100 this year.
New and previous reminiscences are interwoven with archival footage to present an affectionate although not unsparing portrait of the man whom many consider to be the greatest crooner of all time.
With impressive clips and first-rate commentators like Hamill, Jonathan Schwartz, Terry Teachout and John Lahr, Gibney has explained why, like him or not, Sinatra mattered so much.
What's best here are those clips, and songs. Even better, the closing minutes.
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