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Last updated on August 9th, 2017 at 04:51 am
The Washington Post’s Stephen Hunter reviews that new Dixie Chicks movie nobody is talking about:
One of the excellent attributes of “Shut Up and Sing” is that it lets the cards fall where they may and really doesn’t try to spin the Chicks themselves. It’s quite possible, then, to watch the film and come to the conclusion that Natalie Maines has a big mouth. Spectacularly talented, the young singer is also a spectacular blowhard, and documentarian Barbara Kopple almost subversively focuses on Maines blabbering away at meetings without a serious thought in her head, no impulse control anywhere in sight, and, for some reason, always supine, as if her great status grants her the right to encounter the world from bed.
The title now seems quite inspired, doesn’t it?