Springsteen & I


Action / Documentary

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 88%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 79%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 1350


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Bruce Springsteen as Himself
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bettycjung 6 / 10

Crowd-pleasing rockumentary

1/15/18. If you love Bruce Springsteen, then this rockumentary is for you! A nice mix of fan love and concert footage meant to please fans of all stripes and sizes.

Reviewed by kosmasp 6 / 10

(For) Springsteen fans

I think it's not really a secret that you have to be really a fan to get this. Because most of the movie is other people (mostly private persons) talking about what Bruce means to them, how they cherish him and how they show it to others. Little anecdotes of course come up all the time and some people are even featured a couple of times throughout the movie and most do the describe in 3 words "game".

All that gets "interrupted" by performances by Bruce from time to time. This is kind of refreshing and you get to hear what you love too. But this isn't a concert nor is it about Bruce in a sense. But about the impact he had and still has of course on many people. Not every-ones cup of tea, but with a title like that, it should be clear, if this is something you want to spend time on or not

Reviewed by shaughne1 10 / 10

Makes you feel like you're among friends

This movie is probably FUBU: For Us By Us. I doubt this movie is useful to people that weren't Springsteen fans going into it. It doesn't explain what Bruce did, where he came from, or anything like that. It just tries to show you how much he means to his fans. How much we look at him as part of our own identity. This isn't about understanding Bruce, it's about understanding us.

I've been a fan for most of my life, since I was listening to Live 75-85 on the cassette player in my dad's car. This movie just killed me. It was the closest thing to seeing him live. Not that the live footage they used was actually that good, that wasn't the point. It makes you feel like you're a part of a community. And it lets you revel in that sense of community, and feel connected to some people who approach Bruce a little different than you, but probably feel the same thing... I was crying like half the time.

If you've ever been at a Bruce Springsteen concert and hugged a stranger for the first time in your life, this movie wants to explain why. "Springsteen and I" resonated to me as a Bruce Springsteen fan in a huge way. I can't evaluate it objectively as a film, but it rang true in the most important way for me.

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