30+ films in biographical order. Compulsively watchable, and way more perceptive than I thought it'd be about what always made Spielberg's "entertainment" the work of an artist and his challenges/limitations he faced when it came time to try more grown-up material. A treasure trove of footage, but once history hits Schindler's List, it becomes talking head hagiography. Points deducted for treating A.I. as an aside.
This is one of the most narcissistic, self-centered works I've ever seen. It's inaccurate, stupid, conceited, & vain. Making this is the equivalent of having a surprise birthday party to yourself while having others pretend to act surprised trying to surprise yourself.
Although he has both masterpiece and worst movie in his career, we all know that director Steven Spielberg is one of the most influential filmmaker out there. With this documentary director Susan Lacy made a celebration to the Mr. Spielberg's career in filmmaking. SPIELBERG maybe give some informations that other people already knew from another sources. Still, SPIELBERG is an interesting, yet informative documentary