Thin on plot and character development, but carried by a sense of fun and some great music, especially the stunning Eurovision Final performance. Probably understood only by those who know the history and kitsch tradition of Eurovision.
Neatly done, the tension builds nicely as the crew contemplate their future, or possible lack of it. The film is believable and avoids the usual psychotic episodes attached to most space dramas. Includes a mind boggling 10 minutes of end credits!
A deserved documentary, if you will rockumentary, about the Brothers Gibb. Some interesting interviewees such as Noel Gallagher, Chris Martin and Justin Timberlake, make the point about the longevity of the group's work. Some good analysis about the technical elements of their songs, and how they were put together in the studio. The section on the Disco Sucks movement was interesting. I found it a workmanlike rather than moving film, lacking any real emotional revelation about Barry, Robin and Maurice.
Dreadful in so many ways. The movie felt like a first draft; undeveloped characters, weak plot lines, ludicrous scenes such as Katherine flirting with the workers and then being seduced by Sebastian, their grubby leader, or the guardian of the little boy being outraged when her missing son is restored to her by someone who she hasn't been introduced to.. The acting and directing was so amateurish and superficial, suggesting no depth of thinking. Characters were one dimensional and didn't progress or change. No explanation given for Katherine's ambitions and as a viewer I couldn't have cared less about the characters. As so often, the stunning reviews are a puzzle to me.