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Rick Aragon @ Rick’s Texan Reviews
Excerpt: I aspire now to be a Healer not a Hurter, thanks to Mr. Rogers.
David Bax @ Battleship Pretension
Excerpt: With Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, Neville gives us a portrait of a man who seems to be like no one else who has ever lived and then pleas with us to not let that be the case.
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat @ Spirituality & Practice
Excerpt: An inspiring portrait that reveals how Mister Rogers showed children that they are loved and capable of loving.
[New] | Bavner Donaldo @ Cinejour [Indonesian]
Mark Hobin @ Fast Film Reviews
Excerpt: Mister Rogers was goodness personified and that’s the uplifting feeling you’ll get when exiting the theater.
Courtney Howard @ FreshFiction.tv
Excerpt: Once the tears start flowing, and assuredly they will, they won’t stop.
Jared Mobarak @ JaredMobarak.com
Excerpt: With a world and administration dead-set on alienating those who are different from an aging and increasingly irrelevant status quo, we need Rogers’ lessons more than ever. Here was a lifetime member of the Republican Party that understood the values of Christianity above its potential to be politicized for evil. Here was a man that led with kindness and understanding that all humanity was equal and deserving of love no matter what.
Kristy Puchko @ Riot Material
Excerpt: Won’t You Be My Neighbor? turns from feel-good bio-doc to a beguiling battle cry.
Bev Questad @ It’s Just Movies
Excerpt: This award-winning documentary, with interviews with his wife and two sons along with his TV associates, is a precious reminder of what being a good neighbor means.
James Roberts @ Glide Magazine
Excerpt: The farther we get from the light of his life, the more it feels that we’ve let him down. That we have collectively failed Mister Rogers.
Betty Jo Tucker @ ReelTalk Movie Reviews
Excerpt: This wonderful documentary is more than a movie. It’s a spiritual experience.
James Wegg @ JWR
Excerpt: The most naïve man in the neighbourhood
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