Gary M. Kramer
A well-rounded look at the man in full.
A rich and enjoyable look at an easily caricatured artist.
The movie is never uninteresting but is often surprisingly low-energy and, even more surprisingly, visually drab.
This documentary serves as a feature-length advertisement for the artist, and is about as daring as a billboard for skim milk.
A visually exciting but emotionally monotonous film.
Though visually expansive ... the film feels emotionally intimate.