Sing Street
Sing Street
| 11 March 2016 (USA)
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A boy growing up in Dublin during the 1980s escapes his strained family life by starting a band to impress the mysterious girl he likes.


The Age of Commercialism

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A Masterpiece!

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Matylda Swan

It is a whirlwind of delight --- attractive actors, stunning couture, spectacular sets and outrageous parties.

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what a terribly boring film. I'm sorry but this is absolutely not deserving of best picture and will be forgotten quickly. Entertaining and engaging cinema? No. Nothing performances with flat faces and mistaking silence for subtlety.

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Best Music Movie i've ever seen. Good acting, great characters and of course lovely music :)

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Gray Fox

This is one of the most fun and genuine movies I've seen in a while. The most basic and tried concept of a guy starting a band to impress a girl is executed with such freshness and color. And when the music starts playing you will wish Sing Street was a real band. Easily one of my favorite movie bands. The acting was surprisingly good and Lucy Boynton performance was fantastic. Sing Street is an absolute gem and I promise you will feel younger by just watching it.

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As a beautiful movie, to achieve dreams, that's fine. Now, as a film in itself, cinematic, it is a little scarce. It's nice, but little else.The director does not know how to finish it, the end is a little I want and I can not, when you see that it's coming, you start to ask yourself. See how you're going to do it? And for my pleasure I do not know how to take it.While it is true that there is a sequence that I will explain in the spoiler zone, I almost get something I have always wondered how you could roll well, like saying that dreaming is bad because then comes the sad reality.The actors are all very well. The romance between the two is beautiful, although I think it would be better if I had not managed to conquer it. For my taste is spent in the locker room, but you can accept.Photography, no big deal, is a white camera video and does not care much.The direction aside from not knowing how to finish it and not know how to do a staging and not know how to take advantage of the concert moments to make beautiful plans that accompany the splendid soundtrack. But at least he likes to see her. You are drawn to the story.He has a music, which is the best thing unlike the movie.Spoiler: In the sequence of the concert at school, when he starts to dream, it almost gives you the feeling that it is bad to dream, it lacks a little rise and fall of blow but it is quite well achieved.

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I'm about 40 years older than the demographic this is aimed at, but I really like this. It's not only a love story, it is a story of love between brothers, and a love song to 80s pop music. Solid acting, pacing, sounds, writing...really not a thing to complain about here. It's your life/ Drive it like you stole it not only deserves the song awards it got, it's a great piece of advice. I like the bit at the end with the ship. It makes the ending more than a simple, sappy thing. But you're still left with a smile.

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