Calvin Kemph 🤠’s review published on Letterboxd:
There’s genuinely not another movie I’d rather watch, none that provoke as full of a joyous mood, as this one. Stop Making Sense is a multilayered celebration of music and unwound creative energy. It expands and layers each new song until it builds into the most ingenious crescendo of expression. Not only is every song good and worthy of its stage production, but so many give me the chills, the way only the most ideal expression of something ever could. It hits like: that’s exactly what music means to me, and this is the best way I’ve seen it presented. Watching with a couple good friends makes an already joyous concert documentary, a special and connective experience, in all its inclusive glory. As good as any concert film can ever be, only one of them is Stop Making Sense.