Atom User Reviews for David Crosby: Remember My Name

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I know he’s not well liked, but he’s iconic and I found it interesting to see the progression of his life. He’s still an amazing singer.

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Metacritic

90
Jul 18, 2019

The heart of the film, though, lies in what remains closest to Mr. Crosby’s heart—not the bum one with the eight stents but the musical one that has been churning out new songs and albums with improbable, unquenchable zest. True to its subject, who has been true to his muse, David Crosby: Remember My Name is about music in a revelatory way.

Metacritic review by Joe Morgenstern
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
80
Feb 1, 2019

Remarkably, it never comes across as fawning or hagiographic. Instead, Crosby and his interviewers collaborate to create something that feels honest and insightful.

Metacritic review by Leslie Felperin
Leslie Felperin
The Hollywood Reporter
85
Feb 1, 2019

As much as the film celebrates his creativity and gazes unflinchingly at his failings, it also functions as a valedictory, almost a requiem of sorts. Think of it as the film version of the final albums made by Leonard Cohen and David Bowie, who made wrenching final statements that they likely knew would be their last.

Metacritic review by Steve Pond
Steve Pond
TheWrap