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Yes, it's a trifle slow, but that allows time for character development and the music.
Despite a charismatic cast and good music, Honeydripper feels dull and lifeless.
The performances are great but the pacing is off.
i need to watch again. i was distracted.
A great look at the music of that era, with fantastic performances from all the cast. However, at the end, I was left wondering what the actual point of the movie had been. There was no story as such, it was almost like a movie of the day in the life of someone. Could have been so much better.
Good performances, no story.
SkÃ¶n feel good-movie om ett sunkigt blueshak i 50-talets Alabama.
It wasn't an amazing movie, but Danny Glover gave a superb performance in this movie, and the soundtrack was magnificent.
all star cast bring this period piece set in the early 1950's to life-also look 4 cameo from the ditector
Historical while relevant. Deep, inspirational, yet not so glum and sour so as to bring down the mood of the movie. As accurate a depiction of life in the 50's for us's folk as has ever been filmed, with all of it's highs and lows, joys and sorrows.