The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Fire is a fascinating, often terribly compelling failure. Much like Lewis's life, I suppose.
Underrated Dennis Quad performance as rocker Jerry Lee Lewis.
Quaid is surprisingly good and has plenty of fun in this musical biopic.
Dennis Quaid actually manages to make Jerry Lee Lewis likeable.
Vastly entertaining biopic.
Quaid nails it. Just nails it.
Ryder and Quaid seem to be in two different movies, but Baldwin is brilliant.
An outrageous bio-pic with Quaid over the top as Jerry Lee Lewis
Not a total success, but it does have a sense of style
Dennis Quaid is amazing, this could be the film of his career
Surely contains some quality components, but the movie as a whole may leave an unpleasant taste in your mouth.
I loved this biography movie, and I don't usually like biopics that much. The actors are fantastic, and it's full of all the great songs from Lewis. I highly recommend this movie to both fans of the actors and Jerry Lee Lewis.
OK, but unlike biopics where the actor "tranforms" into the character (Coal Miner's Daughter, Ray), Dennis Quaid didn't BEGIN to convince me that he the "Killer" Jerry Lee Lewis. Yeah, he had the moves and the energy, but the passion for the music was fake. Quaid didn't 'feel" it like Jerry Lee. Oh and his central Lousiana accent sucked balls. And Quaid is from right down the road in Texas. He should know better.
Movie about the life of Jerry Lee Lewis from his rise to stardom and his downfall after marrying his 13 year old cousin. He wanted to be bigger than Elvis but his own arrogance and poor judgement stops him in his tracks. Great performances by Dennis Quaid and a young Winona Ryder.
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