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Less of a movie then it is a haphazard collection of music videos mixed with the Purple One's religious sensibilities. As a film, it's terrible; as an album with related visual media, though, I dig it.
This sequel to Purple Rain is one of the worst movies I've ever seen. The story is boring, ridiculous and nearly incoherent. The acting is terrible. I know it is Prince, but even the music isn't very good. It was painful to watch.
The movie itself is just atrocious. But, as usual, the music stands out.
Teachable movie moment of what not to do in a film. Amazing soundtrack poor story poor technical moviemaking. Prince you get a pass on this one. Still love ya' but damn damn damn
If you just watch the music performances and remind yourself that this movie came out in 1990,you can get through it, great soundtrack!
I think this gets a bad rap. First of all it's insane, literally non-stop musical numbers with the barest minimum of plot. But it's so crazed and weird that you can't look away. Prince is almost a side character but that's okay, because Morris Day steals the show with his goofiness. It's hard to say if this is a "good" movie but it's incredibly watchable.
Mad whack. A couple good things in it, but most of the songs aren't very good and it's kind of incomprehensible in a Clive Barker-ish way. But not as good as Clive Barker's personal brand of incomprehensibility. Worth seeing if you're a die-hard Prince fan, probably should be skipped if you aren't. Definitely watch the Still Would Stand All Time part though, that's mad good, good song and good vibe.
Really don't get the point of this sequel
Unfocused,trippy hour thirty five minute music video.
While the soundrack was decent at best, Prince's loose sequel to Purple Rain steers away from the so-bad-it's-good charm of the original and goes into so bad it's horrible territory.