A Mighty Wind
Comedy • PG-13 • 2003 • 1 hr 31 min
One of the best of the Christopher Guest mockumentaries…the music is so good
Anything Christopher Quest constitutes amazing
My 2nd favorite Christopher Guest film (after Guffman). Excellent mockumentary with amazing music. Great bittersweet love story as well.
Guest is the undisputed king of mockumentaries. A Mighty Wind is filled with the same type of Best in Show Comedy but also has amazing music
Great movie made by the makers of Spinal Tap in the same vain as well. Mockumentary style ruby times.
Ensemble cast (same as Spinal Tap and Best in Show) & dry humor done well. Don't have to follow too closely to catch a chuckle out of it
This movie is as funny as the day I saw it. Christopher Guest has the best dry sense of humor.
as a music lover, this is especially funny. the sentimental parts work too.
More gold from Guest and Company. Everybody plays their own instruments for real. Jane Lynch is Hysterical.
Another absurd satire & parody from this comedy group. Makes you think of folk music in a new way.
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