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I loved how accurate it looked as far as representing the era of the 80s. However, it also felt as if it had been filmed in the 80s too. Some scenes went way too long and it was quite cheesy at times.
The acting was good.
Uplifting, happy story
Feel good movie! As an avid Springsteen fan this fulfilled my fix of Springsteen music but it was so much more. A coming of age, a poignant telling of the racism faced by the son of immigrants looking for a better life for their family and touched with plenty of humor and a few tears. My feel good movie of the year
GREAT ACTING AMAZING MUSIC HUMOROUS AND HEART-WRENCHING STORYLINE.
Great story with amazing music!
Great - I want to see it again!!
A nice, fun, touching and thought-provoking movie. It seemed to bring a tear to the eye of everyone in the theater, judging from the sniffing sounds I heard from audience members.
Its being based on a true story made an implausible story entertaining. Strong cast and enlightening insight into that period of British history added to the film.
A touching story that will resonate well with baby boomers!
Love Bruce music, beautiful story and great acting! Loved that it was based on a real story and we got to see them at the end with Bruce.