Spielberg (2017)

Susan Lacy directs Steven Spielberg, Richard Dreyfus and George Lucas in this documentary following the career and life of the director of Jaws, Indiana Jones, Schindler’s List and Munich.

A 130 minute celebration of the blockbuster wizard that only gives his expert team of collaborators the spotlight in the final moments. Offers very little new insight to those of us who already cherish every release from the undisputed weaver of big screen dreams. Also the order it covers the productions in is chronologically nonsensical. We rush right into Jaws and then backtrack and as his oeuvre unfolds the order takes matching regressive loops. Strange? An above average DVD extra.


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