An intimate and revealing portrait shot over two years, The Weird World of Blowfly examines Clarence Reid’s personal and professional contradictions, explores his legacy and celebrates his musical and cultural significance as a rap and soul music legend.
So awful it hits the bottom of the bad-o-meter and bounces back up to be sort of good. I haven’t laughed this hard in a while. Of course it was in all the wrong spots and mixed with an underlying groan.
The Disney tween machine continues to plug along mixing sugar-pop ballads with the simple structure of summer camp in Camp Rock. The familiarity makes for something comfortable, nothing spectacular, but mindlessly enjoyable.