What's the critical consensus on this film/album tie-in? I've always found it disappointing - I heard the album a few years before seeing the film and even then, my impression was of a tired band going through the motions with a set-list that had ceased to stimulate them. Plant over-sings, Page over-plays, Bonham over-thrashes; only Jone manages to impress throughout, I feel - tellingly, 'No Quarter' is the only track on here that manages to oustrip the studio version (I actually wish it went on for at least twice its length). I didn't rate the film much, either, though I was more impressed with the DVD reiussue of a few years back: the fantasy sequences are not as irritating as I originally found them and a couple of them do actually add something to the performances. Altogether, though, I don't think it's a good memorial to LZ as a live band: the 2003 DVD was much better in this respect. Any other opinions?