Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men - Season 1
The series features a series of documentaries about the Wu-Tang rap group who celebrates the 25th anniversary of their first album, Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), a documentary overview of their careers, combining interviews with each member The nine with footage and archive reflect the reality of this team and the challenges faced by their work.
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Los Angeles Times
May 10, 2019 But it's the old footage and artful vision of Jenkins that sets this retrospective apart from the countless other docs about rappers who changed the game.Read in Source
January 29, 2019 It shouldn't come as a surprise there's little to no comment on anything unfavorable.Read in Source
The Curvy Film Critic
April 08, 2019 In an industry incredibly cut-throat, it was refreshing to witness these brotha's reminisce and watch their lives play out on screen together. They seem to genuinely love each other in a self-created brotherhood that has spanned decades.Read in Source
May 10, 2019 Jenkins chronicles the group's origins and career, but also frames their story in the context of what it means to grow up black and poor in the public housing projects of Staten Island, New York City's forgotten borough until Wu-Tang made it cool.Read in Source
New York Times
May 10, 2019 The group members only convene as a unit for business purposes, they admit. But to call this tale cautionary is to miss the point. As "Of Mics and Men" makes clear, survival itself is a kind of triumph.Read in Source
The Daily Dot
May 13, 2019 Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men looks back on their legacy in their own words and doesn't shy away from the highs and lows.Read in Source
February 05, 2019 A joyous document of the history of one of music's most important bands.Read in Source
Consequence of Sound
May 12, 2019 Over the course of its four hours, Of Mics and Men reveals itself as a more pragmatic type of celebration of musical genius.Read in Source
Wall Street Journal
May 09, 2019 Wu-Tang is considered by many to be the greatest rap group of all time -- and, with nine members, a most unwieldy subject for an intimate documentary. But Mr. Jenkins turns their story into a first-rate, four-part, nonfiction saga.Read in Source
May 13, 2019 With Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men Jenkins honors the mythological aura the group constructed around itself and each individual member but refrains from being utterly seduced by it, which goes a long way toward securing its place as a classic.Read in Source
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