I'm Not There - Bizarre. Not knowing much about Dylan, I was a bit lost at times. But in saying that, the more abstract Dylan's were the ones I enjoyed most (Richard Gere and Marcus Carl Franklin's "segements") whereas the more straight laced segments with Blanchett, Bale & Ledger where a bit poor for varying reasons. I actually liked Blanchett's performance, but she was in it for far too long and the 'story' didn't really grab me. Bale was, mercifully, underused as he was quite frankly a bit rubbish and his documentary style segment really didn't work for me and ended up just boring me.
On the plus side, the music was great.
3 out of 5.