Take That - Look Back, Don't Stare. A Film About Progress details
|Formats:||15 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Genres:||Documentary - Music, Music/Musical - Music - Rock/Pop|
Take That - Look Back, Don't Stare. A Film About Progress
|Rental release:||13 Dec 2010|
Most helpful review
Take that - Look Back, Don't Stare. A film about progressBy a customer from Nottingham , 14 Jan 2011
[Highly rated reviewer]This is an open and honest, behind the scenes documentary film shot in black and white, which is ultimately the story about the making of 'Progress'. Very interesting to see the background to the story of how Take That as a five made progress - if you have seen any of the Take That or Robbie concerts, this is one to watch for you!
Great Little DocumentaryBy Deeleeds (65 reviews) from Leeds , 17 Aug 2011Good documentary went to see the boys last year love them ,if you love Take That you will love this you will not be disappointed.
Take That docBy DvsRaz (8 reviews) , 03 Jul 2011Very good documentary about the reformation of one of the greatest pop bands in the world. a must see for any Take That fan.
Totally honestBy cptrooikop (5 reviews) from Preston , 26 Jun 2011After recently going to see their Progress Tour twice and falling back in love with the fab five I really wanted to see how they all got back together and is it all just a money making farce. The documentry is fab - totally honest, warts and all. I loved it!
Fascinating and insightful documentaryBy lord_flashart (4 reviews) from Weymouth, Dorset , 20 Jun 2011
[Highly rated reviewer]This is a genuinely honest and in-depth fly-on-the-wall documentary surrounding last year's reunion between Robbie Williams and the other members of Take That. It's refreshingly straightforward and each member is interviewed individually, offering their true feelings on the Take That phenomenon and the band's future. It also doesn't just focus on Robbie's issues - it covers all the rest of the members' ups and downs, including Mark's recent scandals and Gary's admitted dominance of the band. For those interested in the music-making process, it covers the conception and recording of the 'Progress' album and ultimately simply shows 5 men trying to deal with the past and move forward. My only criticism is that the black-and-white format can be a little oppressive at times; however, this is a minor gripe and all-in-all, this is a masterful and accomplished film that has a lot to offer, even if you're not a Take That fan.
Take That Don't Look BackBy a customer from Littlehampton , 29 Jan 2011Absolutely excellent documentary following Take That and Robbie's return. We were glued to it from start to finish. Recommended to all. Leaves you wanting more........................