Thumbs up, without a doubt the best documentary I've seen. And let me tell you it takes a lot for me to watch a documentary. I'm always weary and aware that these things usually come packaged up one sided. Buuut, since I completely side with the Chicks on this issue of free speech, I just had to go watch.
I will tell you this if you were one of the people boycotting and burning their CDs, you may want to skip it.
If you're avoiding because you think it may be all about Bush-bashing, so not the case.
And never ever have I ever felt compelled to clap at the movie theater; but I found myself clapping, I believe twice. I wasn't the only one.
And it was HILARIOUS.
Best part of the movie...okay there were too many for me to share without recanting the entire thing to you guys.
But I do have to tell you one of the best parts is whenever the girls start discussing blow jobs as ways to get their husbands to take care of the kids and their houses.
And I am not going to get all political here. But I do believe in the freedom of speech. And think that if you don't like what someone is saying, turn off your television, don't listen to them.
If you don't like it; then don't you do it.
What made me so upset is when an X-fan of the Chicks interviewed said: I believe in freedom of speech, just don't say something like that in a foreign country and don't say anything in public.
What? The? Seriously.
But it wasn't all about what Natalie said. The cameras followed them in creating their next albums, the tour, and their home life. And can I tell you how presh their babies are. They take them everywhere and during their break it was Halloween and they had on some cu-ute costumes.
Go see it if you can & want and don't live in San Antonio
*Ironically enough there are more shout outs to San Antonio, and its local country stations than anything else in this film. I'm a wee bit confused why they are not showing it, for Beverly.