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1234 Reviews

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December 31, 2010
UK version of Singles on a low budget...they form a band,singer falls for the bassist,get record contract,love wins....good acting,great music,shit ending that makes you wonder if it was just a waste of time watching it......
December 11, 2010
Nothing special on paper, but the story is so well delivered that I can't help but love it.
½ September 5, 2010
This is all dumb drummers; loud guitars; cool glasses and skinny teens in skinny jeans. An unabashed celebration of indie in its most recognisable form, ??1234?? is unlikely to make many converts but will appeal to anyone who loves being in a record shop.

A simple tale of homemade rock ??n?? roll romance takes place in a series of rehearsal studios, pub back rooms and call centres. It??s heartfelt, nicely written, and entertaining, though the the hipper-than-thou namedropping is a bit tiresome (and goes over my head).
Super Reviewer
August 26, 2010
4 twenty sometings form a band and want to be noticed, learning there material and fighting in the band, along with personal friendships re opened up, a honest film with a brisk running time help this along grately, a low budget efort, filmed on dv, knows what it wants to say, the acting is naturally brought across, and the film never bores, a film dealing well with hardship of wanting to make it in the business in london
½ August 15, 2010
an interesting film about a guy trying to make into the big time by changing bands n ditching his friends so he can. worth the watch
June 13, 2010
Not bad. Just a watchable story about a band getting together and falling apart
March 4, 2010
Bright and engaging comedy... With its hip soundtrack and kooky outsider comedy, it has the feel of a feature-length E4 pilot; still, given some of the dross to have emerged recently from the lower-budget end of the Britfilm spectrum, it's encouraging to encounter a homegrown feature made with competency and real affection, both for its characters and the scene they inhabit.
February 26, 2010
An enjoyable low-budget British comedy about a group of friends trying to start a band in London, and, whilst the performances feel spot on, the plot dwindles as the film progresses, with the stakes failing to rise high enough to offer any involvement above that of merely feeling like a light diversion.
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