Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé (2019) - Documentary, Music

Hohum Score

28

Watchable

This intimate, in-depth look at Beyoncé's celebrated 2018 Coachella performance reveals the emotional road from creative concept to cultural movement.

IMDB: 7.5
Director: Beyoncé
Stars: Beyoncé, Joe Brown
Length: 137 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-MA
Reviews: 8 out of 79 found boring (10.12%)

One-line Reviews (26)

Waste of time.

Pretentious, bland and unfulfilling .

A waste of real movie watching time.

Absolutely terrible, don't waste your time.

Most boring documentary and music i have ever seen in my life.

Absolutely stunning.

horrible music and boring documentary .

Legendary iconic breathtaking inspirational ground-breaking

By far the worst most boring documentary I have ever seen!

If the boredom didn't make you want to turn it off, the pretentious and uber privileged Beyonce will.

Don't waste your time.

Boring and repetitious comes to mind.

It's a great insight into what goes on in Beyonce fast paced life.

I appreciate how political Beyoncé gets with her music and every single detail of it, and that quality is perfectly immersed in this film.

But this what she is doing now is tiring , annoying and totally pointless.

The empty promise of this film and the content echo the emptiness of Beyonce, as she is now.

It was blan, boring, and just a plain waste of time.

Both heartwarming and entertaining, Homecoming is a must see.

Moving, Entertaining and Educational .

This film is as pretentious and bland as they come, and the only reason it is rated higher than 2 is thanks to the army of Beyoncé fans who would smack ten stars on a CD with sounds of dogs puking as long as it has her name on it.

Her music is bland and mediocre, at best, and the worst of commercialized (except not even great and memorable pop or R&B/hip-hop) music.

A year of development, eight months of rehearsals, over 200 performers plus another 150 crew members, endless sacrifices, hundreds of hours of work - it's awe inspiring.

This show was amazingly thought out, entertaining, and educational.

She celebrates HBCU's in this riveting documentary while sharing intimate glimpses of her life and family.

Stunning .

Homecoming is inspiring, entertaining, joyful and most of all, honest.