Billie Eilish: The World's A Little Blurry Reviews

  • Billie Eilish: The World's A Little Blurry
    • Genre : Documentary,Biography,Music
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    • Studio : Apple Studios
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  • the trials and tribulations of Billie Eilish ..are laid out in "Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry," the intimate, engrossing documentary that tracks the teenage sensation's meteoric rise to the top of the music industry
    Review rate : B+ by Tom Long [Detroit News ]
  • the film provides a fascinating and uncontrived look at a dead-eyed downer-pop artist who is the antithesis of the typical commercial music phenom
    by Brad Wheeler [Globe and Mail ]
  • the documentary captures everything -- it's as much of a warning of the dangers of fame as it is a celebration of Billie Eilish's undoubted stardom
    5 of 5 by Jochan Embley [London Evening Standard ]
  • of course, fans will be most interested in getting to know Billie herself, and the film shows her in all her quirky glory
    by Leslie Felperin [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • at its best, though, it's as compelling as its highly original subject
    3 of 5 by Kevin Maher [The Times (UK) ]
  • an absorbing and refreshingly unvarnished look at one of our most distinctive rising stars
    4 of 5 by Sydney Urbanek [Little White Lies ]
  • a year-in-the-life documentary that observes Eilish's meteoric stardom in such extreme close-up; RJ Cutler's epic yet bracingly intimate "Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry" knows that whatever makes its subject so.. interesting
    Review rate : B+ by David Ehrlich [IndieWire ]
  • a thrilling and intimate documentary on a global star. A little too long in places, it nevertheless does much to solidify Eilish's presence in the cultural sphere, and is the perfect film for her fans
    4 of 5 by Alex Clement [HeyUGuys ]
  • a respectful look at the rise of the world's biggest musical sensation, from her own perspective and those closest to her. A treat for fans, but too conventional to fully do justice to the extraordinary phenomenon
    3 of 5 by Ella Kemp [Empire Magazine ]
  • a fascinating look at an artist and idol; Its strongest element, aside from Billie Eilish herself, is the generosity and empathy afforded to the experience of fandom
    4 of 5 by Adrian Horton [The Guardian ]
  • a fascinating if occasionally frustrating portrait of a remarkable young artist attempting to live out her own idea of radical honesty in an era of endless information and relentless image-shaping
    Review rate : B+ by Leah Greenblatt [Entertainment Weekly ]

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