I'm watching it in 2016 (again)...and I've decided this deserves 5 stars. After more than 30 years of being the best band in the world, they keep being it. Long Life Radiohead, Masters of Sound of our Minds.
"meeting people is easy" not only allows for but embraces experiments, accidents, frustration, embarrassment, ecstasy, and most of all knows when to say enough.
sensational concert sequences : intimate et abrasive.
in all the right places
contains moments of sincerity and pomp (it's just what's happening) an'all'round beauty
grant gee demonstrates how to balance fragility with rage:: something precious
"Last year we were the most hyped band. We were number 1 in all the polls and... and it's just bollocks man. It's bollocks. It changes how... It's just a head-fuck. It's a complete head-fuck... Isn't it?" oooh Thom...
It would be really hard not to enjoy this film, from my favorite band and album. Seeing Thom Yorke's distaste for the limelight and attention for their critically acclaimed album makes me realize why the band went on to make Kid A.