While 65 Revisited, which runs a little more than an hour, essentially feels like the DVD extra it was designed to be, it nonetheless well deserves its exposure on the big screen.
Elizabeth Weitzman, New York Daily News
Originally made to supplement a new DVD release, this is one extra worth watching on the big screen, thanks to additional, and extraordinary, concert footage that never made it into the original film.
Manohla Dargis, New York Times
The great relief of D. A. Pennebaker's 65 Revisited is that this time you can hear Bob Dylan's songs in their entirety.
Camille Dodero, Village Voice
Not fake: Dylan's staggering talent as a solo performer, which 65 Revisited showcases far better than its A-side antecedent.
Eric Monder, Film Journal International
For Dylan fans, 65 Revisited will be a treat; for others, it gives a positive glimpse into the world of the folksinging wunderkind.
Ken Fox, TV Guide's Movie Guide
While not as revealing as the original film, there's some great stuff here!
Bill Weber, Slant Magazine
Where the original was defiantly not a concert film, but a chronicle of the astonished hubbub surrounding the first hipster folksinger, the follow-up's treasure lies with seven intact live performances.