The first-ever feature documentary about Grammy® Winning musician, songwriter, actor, and New York Times best-selling author Rick Springfield and his ardently loyal fan base. Film focuses ... See full summary »
The first-ever feature documentary about Grammy® Winning musician, songwriter, actor, and New York Times best-selling author Rick Springfield and his ardently loyal fan base. Film focuses on some universal human desires, such as the importance of connecting with like-minded friends and the ability to create new memories as adults reminiscent of the carefree days of our adolescence. The film highlights Springfield's unique connection with his fans and how this relationship has been a source of happiness, comfort, and inspiration. Written by
I like music documentaries and this one was interesting and fun except there was too much of executive producer Melanie Lentz-Janney's friends Joanne and Sue. I was bored out of my mind watching these two privileged princesses tramp their way to the next Springfield concert and their constant mugging for attention greatly took away from the film. The bouncing on the bed scene was so phony it was painful; why Springfield ever consented to participate in it is beyond comprehension. Other fan stories were genuine and enjoyable, especially the married couple. I thought the minister's story was particularly powerful (not enough of any of them, cut some of the Mommies!) Dustin and Rick together were magical.That's one lucky young man to have Rick Springfield as his mentor! I thought the directing and editing were good. The sound was outstanding.
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