Ralph Breaks the Internet
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Light of Day flounders because of Schrader's simplistic symbolism: the rebellious children, the unhearing mother, the lifeless father. The story limps from one predictable scene to the next.
Mr. Fox is very appealing here... Miss Jett is good too, snapping her way angrily through confrontational scenes and musical ones alike, and taking a sentimental turn just when the story does.
Light of Day is told like a short story by Henry James or Raymond Carver, in which the last few moments and the final words throw everything else into focus.
The movie stands as an admonition that making great movies isn't merely a matter of talent, but a matter of will.
A pure time capsule of '80s rock 'n' roll energy. Joan Jett is perfectly cast.
Your typical 80s nightmare. Fox does NOT work as a rock star.
Not bad for a movie tainted by "workin' man" Springsteen.
The "Back to the Future" sequel couldn't come any sooner
A rare film, apparently and one that showed us all what Michael J Fox could do. Joan Jett though deserves a mention too for one of her rare movie appearances and for providing the soundtrack.
A fantastic drama with a great cast and a realistic story. One of my favourite drama films of the decade. Plus it's interesting to see Joan Jett in a movie. I highly recommend it.
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