Adam’s review published on Letterboxd:
I mean, there isn't anything more to say about Stop Making Sense that hasn't been expounded upon with much more skill. There's something almost entirely intangible about just how appealing this is to watch. In the execution of the direction, camera movement, and editing choices, this kind of humanist narrative starts to unveil around the entire production, but in the most sincere, unpretentious way imaginable. It's Demme's narrative love of humans at its most heightened, perfectly tuned, and infectious. I've found myself going back and just choosing bits and pieces to watch because it's so cozy to watch.