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The following are the opinions of critics regarding American singer Beyoncé’s recently released concert film, “Renaissance.”

Following its weekend of release, Beyoncé’s latest film, “Renaissance,” has been the talk of the town. Her most recent music, which was motivated by her need to flee during the COVID-19 pandemic, served as the inspiration for the movie.

After her tour ended in Kansas City, Missouri, Bey unveiled the film and negotiated a distribution deal with AMC Theatres. In addition to her family members Jay-Z, Blue Ivy, Rumi, Sir Carter, and Diana Ross, there are cameos from Cardi B, Kendrick Lamar, Diana Ross, Megan Thee Stallion, and actress Tracee Ellis Ross in the concert film.

Since its December 1 debut, it has garnered largely positive reviews from both reviewers and fans, grossing over $27 million at the box office.

News 24 writes, “The film celebrates black queer joy, and Queen Bey flaunts her fearless artistic form as she explores themes, including identity, self-expression, acceptance, balance and rebirth.”

The Huffington Post called the film a love letter to the Beyhive. An excerpt from The New York Times review reads, “She’s bringing the past with her into the present, communing with both an audience and her ancestors, accepting stewardship as a rite of longevity.”

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