ack, thank you bun bun!!! that's amazing!! I've wanted to see this so bad! cant wait to see how cute neil looks!!
thanks so much for sharing that bun bun! it was so great! im so glad I got to see it! I love those boys. neil is the cutest, but I love them all. I actually think I prefer neil now to when he was young. he was too much of a whippersnapper then, now he's an elegant refined gentleman. brett too. I like brett a lot more now after seeing this. in interviews he always seems kind of like a lump with no personality (albeit a sexy one), so it was nice to see how quick he is to break into a smile or a laugh. nice boys, the lot of them. <3
he does have a nice head of hair. he has such a nice silhouette too that I think he'd been attractive at any age. he has my favourite male body. I don't mean that in a lascivious way. he's just so elegant looking.I agree, they come across as very decent, likeable people. It’s an honest account of the band’s rise and fall and rise, the friendship between them and their emotional growth. I like the tone of the documentary - it could have easily become either mawkish or too self-critical, but didn't. It's just right. Very good work. Gold stars all around!
The scene in which Brett talks about his drug use and takes responsibility for the Head Music disaster is quite moving, as is the rest of the band admitting they weren't there for Neil during his illness as much as they should have because they didn't understand his illness.
Brett has aged incredibly well. I wonder if that's his hair and what brand of hair dye he uses...