Re:Generation Reviews

  • The film includes a disappointing amount of the mutual-admiration fluff that show-business types traffic in; everyone thinks everyone else is great and blah blah blah.

    Neil Genzlinger — New York Times

  • Music fans of all stripes should appreciate Amir Bar-Lev's entertaining documentary - and in fact, that's the very idea he's aiming for.

    Elizabeth Weitzman — New York Daily News

  • The process recorded by helmer Amir Bar-Lev holds attention with its peek at the widely ranging personalities, work methods and expertise demonstrated by musicians of different generations and varying experience.

    Dennis Harvey — Variety

  • An astounding exploration of the corrupt media that has shaped today's society into a mindless behemoth that knows more about Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton than it does the C.E.O.s who have made greed into a "positive" trait.

    Brandon Judell — indieWIRE

  • Pleasant but pointless, "Re:Generation Music Project" is a commercial in search of a product.

    Mark Olsen — Los Angeles Times

  • A well-meaning but overreaching documentary that strains to make a Theory of Everything argument about power and powerlessness in America. Ultimately, it fails to convince about much of anything.

    Tom Keogh — Seattle Times

  • Recalls It Might Get Loud in capturing an experiment done for no reason other than to see what happens when creative minds smash together.

    Matt Pais — RedEye

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