Everybody's Everything

critic Reviews

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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Todd JorgensonCinemalogue
    You don't have to be familiar with Lil Peep or his music to find an emotional entry point into this documentary biopic that also works as a heartbreaking portrait of mental illness and the perils of celebrity.
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    Kimber MyersLos Angeles Times
    Devotees will appreciate a different look at their fallen idol, while those who aren't familiar with his music might find the film a bit long at nearly two hours but will see what the appeal was to those who loved him.
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    Monica CastilloTheWrap
    It's as if the documentary is a wake, a chance for people to swap stories and memories while the subject is lying in a coffin in the next room.
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    Ken JaworowskiNew York Times
    Nevertheless, the documentary, which counts Terrence Malick among its executive producers, is an engaging account of Peep's life and the alt-music scene.
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    Marc SavlovAustin Chronicle
    It's a cautionary, melancholic tale of the incessant demand de rigueur of 24/7/365 internet celebrity.
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    Andrew BarkerVariety
    ...quiet ruminations on mortality and manhood land with shattering force.
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    John FinkThe Film Stage
    For those seeking to understand the Lil Peep phenomena, especially as his work continues to reach radio stations, it's a fairly comprehensive document.
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    Audra SchroederThe Daily Dot
    But this isn't a document of judgement or blame. It's a family's meditation on grief and loss; it starts with chaos and ends with calm.
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    Jordan RuimyWorld of Reel
    A historic account of an impeccable talent that was part of a counter-culture movement which signified the immense problem that is occurring with today's disassociated youth. You can feel Peep crying for help in every frame.
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    Ryan OliverThe Playlist
    Everybody's Everything is truly sad, due to the tragic circumstances at the center of the story, but also poignant and made with the utmost of love.
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