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Classic, but overcooked film noir. The whole driving motive for the hero's downfall makes little to no sense, and things just get crazier from there.
Logey, disconnected, and a bit thrown together, but very interesting look into the Laurel Canyon music scene of the mid to late 1960's. Jakob Dylan (Bob's son) features himself A LOT even though there is little reason to do so. Good cinematography by a group of different people.
Excellent documentary of one of America's greatest moments in history. Far better than the sleepy, anesthetized "First Man" by a wide margin. I have seen both the full version, and the shortened "First Steps Edition" shown in large-screen museum, etc. theaters. The original gives the doc much more room to breathe, and I would recommend that version. But, even if you have seen the shortened version, please get the Blu-ray, Video-on-Demand, etc. You will see the version that gives full life to the story.
Strange that this, out of so many movies, is getting a re-release.
Hilarious reminder of how great Gilda Radner was!