Jacob Hollis’s review published on Letterboxd :
This film emulates it’s subject well because I can’t really find any flaws with it. The entire audience laughed and cried throughout and this is pretty much as feel-good as a documentary can be. The legendary humanitarian and his revolutionary little show deserved a proper film and Morgan Neville’s filmmaking style fits this subject perfectly. The excellent footage often just speaks for itself and Neville makes wonderful use of the hundreds of hours he had at his disposal. The stories told to us are just so charming and I spent almost this entire movie with a giant grin on my face. A beautiful film about a truly magnificent person.