Bowie
The Man Who Changed The World

Bowie - The Man Who Changed The World
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Kalonica

Hmmmm. Without the songs, the overall feeling of this film was a bit heartless and cheap, and the gossipy and judgmental tone made me embarrassed, as if I was too much in his business. Not respectful enough for my taste, even though there was true acknowledgment of the scope of his fame at ...Read more

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Michael

Poorly pieced together.

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Christine

Learned some new things. I really enjoyed this.

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Steev

Awful film. No Bowie music, large gaps in career, awful guests and chasing his celebrity more than anything else. Not worth the time it took to watch, which I continued hoping it would get better.

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Kalonica

Me too. I watched it through and didn't feel very good about it afterward. (My apologies, Starman.)

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maria

It was good. I was expecting more music!

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