Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
It Might Get Loud offers a thrilling personal tour of three exceptional electric guitarists' careers that's equally appealing to musicians and rock enthusiasts alike. Read full review
You'll never see a more tactile expression of the intimacy between artists and their instruments than in Davis Guggenheim's elating It Might Get Loud. Read full review
A marvelous rock doc that manages to be wistful, tasty, and jam-kicking at the same time. Read full review
Does this sound like rock heaven? It is. Read full review
With varying degrees of success, the filmmaker gets each musician to talk about the personal and musical roots that blossomed into his technique. Read full review
The moments when the guitarists teach the others their best-known riffs are fascinating. Read full review
It's a pleasure to watch these men perform. These are real-life guitar heroes. But it would have been a treat to see more of them talking shop. Read full review
As documentary, it’s low concept. But it’s never dull. Read full review
Few of the parts harmonize properly, leaving us with provocative fragments rather than an electrifying whole. Read full review
An empty exercise. Read full review
This is spinal yap.
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