I'll Go with You tells you the story of three sisters who've been living their lives and love lives in a complete different way.
Runtime: 65 minutes
I'll Go with You - I'll Stand by You - Netflix
“I'll Stand by You” is a song recorded by The Pretenders from their sixth studio album, Last of the Independents (1994). Written by Chrissie Hynde and the songwriting team of Tom Kelly and Billy Steinberg; it was the Pretenders' last successful single in North America. The song pledges love and faithful assistance in times of personal darkness. Since its initial release, “I'll Stand by You” has also become a major hit for British girl group Girls Aloud in 2004 and American country singer Carrie Underwood in 2007, both times recorded as a charity single. Colombian singer Shakira performed the song for the live charity telethon Hope for Haiti Now in 2010; her cover version was released on the charity benefit album of the same name.
I'll Go with You - Critical reception - Netflix
Girls Aloud's version of “I'll Stand By You” was not well received by most contemporary music critics. It was called “a particular soggy area” on Girls Aloud's album. Alexis Petridis of The Guardian, who praised Girls Aloud's album, said that “I'll Stand by You” was “a thing of death-dealing tedium.” BBC Music felt it was “arguable whether this cover adds much to the Pretenders' original.” Sam Shepherd of musicOMH bluntly stated “perhaps the children most in need, are those that part with their pocket money for this drivel [...] This is a sub-karaoke version, limp, tired, and uninspired.” However, Stylus Magazine actually commended the song, comparing it to Shakespears Sister and calling it “far, far better than anyone gives it credit for.”
I'll Go with You - References - Netflix