Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé (2019)

Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé (2019)

BeyoncéJoe BrownMarvin BrownNirine S. Brown
Beyoncé,Ed Burke


Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé (2019) is a English movie. Beyoncé,Ed Burke has directed this movie. Beyoncé,Joe Brown,Marvin Brown,Nirine S. Brown are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2019. Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé (2019) is considered one of the best Documentary,Music movie in India and around the world.

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

Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé (2019) Reviews



    I keep seeing bad reviews for this documentary and I wondered why until I realized that most people who leave film reviews are middle-aged white men. Don't listen to them. Homecoming is inspiring, entertaining, joyful and most of all, honest. Not only do we get the chance to see a high quality video of Beyoncé's Coachella performance, we get to see all the hard work her cast and crew put into the production. We learn that it took 8 months of meetings, vocal practices, dance rehearsals, and plain old perseverance for it to come to fruition. And it shows. I cried a few times watching this documentary because Beyoncé's performance was so much more than just a concert, it was history. Beyoncé is the first African American woman to headline Coachella and she states that what was most important to her was bringing culture to the festival. Because of this, she hired a predominantly black cast and emphasized the importance of historically black universities. The film quotes DuBois who states that, "Education must not simply teach work, it must teach life." I hope that people give themselves the chance to broaden their perspective and see this documentary for more than what it seems. It isn't simply a behind-the-scenes look at a Coachella performance, it's an ode to all the young black men and women out there persevering and following their dreams. That alone deserves more than just a 1 star rating.

  • People are missing the point


    Just because she is celebrating her heritage and black culture, does not mean she hates white people . . . This movie shows all the hard work that goes into creating an epic performance. Kudos to everyone involved in its production.



    Great job Bey!! Not sure what some of the hate is about, but remember this film documents Beyoncé's 2018 Coachella performance. If you're not a fan of her music, you may want to skip this. For the die hard fans, aka the "Beehive", this is your inside look of the show and what it took to get to Coachella. If you saw the show on YouTube last year and was impressed, this is a better representation. The title of this review is "Historic", because that's what Beyoncé's 2018 performance was and you can Google the "why".

  • This woman's ego knows no bounds.


    The thing is. I love Beyoncé's songs and she has brought a lot of musical influence into my life. But I have to say. This documentary has only made me realize how dangerously large this woman's ego is. In this documentary, she paints the story a struggling mother who had to "sacrifice" looking after her newborn twins for a an over the top Coachella performance. Just. No. She is worth $355 million, she didn't have to do it, stop with the victim narratives. Also her performances had so much charged political undertones (predominantly feminism, black lives matter, male beratement) as just desperate ploy for Beyoncé to stay "woke" and relevant. Overall can't believe people fall for these false pretenses about these celebrities, as if they are genuinely doing good for the world. The reality is, they are simply performers with dangerously large amounts of power, self worth and entitlement and this documentary sugarcoats this, badly.

  • Stunning


    We are watching the work of an artist at the peak of her powers and will never see the likes of a performance or production like this for many years to come.

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