Nick D'Alessandro’s review published on Letterboxd:
“Time isn’t holding us; time isn’t after us.”
This movie makes me feel alive.
Tina’s dancing, the costumes, the way the set builds, the lighting during What A Day That Was, the video projections, the Tom Tom Club segment, the back-up singers that steal the literal show. The glance between Alex and Bernie during This Must Be The Place. Every year, I notice something more special.
It’s hard being a person. This, for 90 minutes, makes it a little bit easier to be a person.
One of those things where I wish I could show this to everyone I love and let them feel precisely how this makes me feel, because no other art on the planet makes me feel this way.
Chris’ rapping is insane every time.