Maybe I'm just too easily impressed by people with musical talent (as I have none), but I thought this was amazing. We loved it: cranked up the telly and blasted all 01:46:00 of it.
Jack Antonoff is one of my favorite writers, The National (of which Aaron Dessner is a founding member) is one of my all-time favorite bands, and Taylor Swift—despite always performing in sort of the same note and range with limited variability—is rather remarkable to me. Consistency, after all, is not a bad thing. She may be 'one note,' but it's a great note! Moreover, she's a great writer and getting better all the time, finally venturing out to storylines beyond her own, including fictional songs based on fictional characters, or ideas alone.
Best of all, the vibe is peaceful, tranquil, and super chill.
Plus, a favorite aspect of music, to me, is the stories behind the songs, and here we get nearly two hours of explanations!
In short: right up my alley, and if you're a Swifty/Swiftie (sp?), it'll be right up yours, too. (Sorry, that came out wrong, but you get the idea.)