When Beyoncé took the stage back in August for four electrifying nights at the famed Roseland Ballroom, only 3,500 lucky fans per night, who bought those tickets in a record 22 seconds, ... See full summary »
Two American outlaws speed through the Californian desert in a dusty 1960s Pontiac GTO with a manifest poise and stylish swagger that could only be embodied by the world's foremost musical couple: Beyoncé and Jay Z.
Beautiful documentary, little moments all strung together.
I feel like I've just seen a different film than a lot of the other reviewers here. I found it to be really warm, open and positive. It's a beautiful series of little moments all strung together, or a joining of the dots as Beyonce likes to put it. She's got a beautiful conversational tone throughout that feels like catching up with an old friend, there's a definite generosity of spirit there. What I found really interesting was her courageous approach to her life, she lets herself be vulnerable, questioning, fierce, sensitive, hard-edged and celebratory. She embraces all of herself in a very honest way. I really just enjoyed it for what it was.
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