Who Do You Love? (2010)
Critic Consensus: It boasts an interesting cast, and the music remains unimpeachable, but this Chess Records biopic suffers from a workmanlike script -- as well as comparisons to its recent predecessor, Cadillac Records.
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It was muscled out of the marketplace by Cadillac Records, Sony's glossy, star-studded movie about Leonard. But it's clearly the better movie, earthier, wittier, and more intimate in its treatment of America's racial divide in the 1950s.
I think more edge is needed, more reality about the racial situation at the time, more insight into how and why R&B and rock 'n' roll actually did forever transform societies in America and the world.
In the end, the most striking thing about Leonard is that he never seems to stop smoking.
It's the terrific music and amusing array of characters that keep the picture afloat.
If you're really interested in Chess Records, why go to this film at all when you could be at home actually listening to Chess records?
Has neither the star power nor the epic sense of itself that infused Cadillac Records, the 2008 film on the same subject.
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