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Take That: Look Back, Don't Stare

2010

Documentary

8.1

Synopsis

A documentary telling the story of the newly reformed Take That. Global mega star 'Robbie Williams' rejoins his former band mates for the first time in over 15 years to record Take That's sixth studio album 'Progress'. 'Look Back, Don't Stare' gives a brutally honest account of how Williams return to the group has affected the other four members and shows how the pressures of fame and the relentless power struggle for artistic leadership between Williams and Barlow contributed to the break up of one of the best selling bands of the 90's.

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Reviewed by studioAT 4 /10

Look Back, Don't Stare

A fascinating documentary about the road to the album/tour 'Progress', not to mention Robbie's return to the band.

Reviewed by jboothmillard 6 /10

Take That:

Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Robbie Williams, Jason Orange and Howard Donald as Take That were one of the biggest boy-bands of the 1990's, with great songs like "It Only Takes A Minute", "A Million Love Songs", "Could It Be Magic", "Pray", "Relight My Fire" featuring Lulu, "Everything Changes", Back For Good" and "Never Forget". After the devastation of Robbie quitting the band, and after an attempt as a four piece, giving us the song "How Deep Is Your Love", a year later they all parted ways trying to make it as solo artists, Robbie of course having the highest success. Then 2006, with a Greatest Hits album released, Gary, Mark, Jason and Howard decided to reform, and came back with fantastic songs like "Patience", "Hold On", "Shine", "Rule The World" (for the film Stardust), "Greatest Day", "Up All Night", "The Garden", "Said It All", "Up All Night" and "Hold Up A Light". It looked like Robbie wasn't going to come back, despite a hiatus of three years in rehab, and coming back with hit songs "Bodies" and "You Know Me". But everyone was surprised in 2009 when the song "Shame" with Robbie and Gary together was released, and this ignited the hope for most people of the full reunion, and it happened. This documentary was a good look back to the old days with stock footage, reunion footage including a visit by Sir Elton John, a chat with each member of the band about how they feel being a full band again, and seeing them record their new album "Progress", with the great song "The Flood". Good!

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