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Sing (1989)




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In this tuneful teen drama, two disparate high school students, he a street-wise Italian rebel and she a sweet naive Jewish girl, fall in love while preparing for the annual "Sing," a competition between seniors and the other grades attending Brooklyn schools. It is the caring school music teacher who involves the street-tough, for he sees tremendous talent in the youth. With the help of the teacher and the affection of the young woman, the angry youngster, mends his self-destructive ways and makes the annual musical a smashing success.
Drama , Musical & Performing Arts
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TriStar Pictures


Lorraine Bracco
as Miss Lombardo
Peter Dobson
as Dominic
Jessica Steen
as Hannah
George DiCenzo
as Mr. Marowitz
Patti LaBelle
as Mrs. DeVere
Susan Peretz
as Mrs. Tucci
Rachel Sweet
as Cecelia
Jank Azman
as Mr. Frye
Sabrina Boudot
as Cheap Chick
Adam Kositsky
as Nathan
Sam Moses
as Murray Bloom
Indrani de Souza
as Cheap Chick
Sabrina Boudout
as Cheap Chick
Justine Campbell
as Cheap Chick
Indrani DeSouza
as Cheap Chick
Kiki Moritsugu
as Cheap Chick
Christine Donato
as Cheap Chick
Leonard Chow
as Wilson
Lloyd Adams
as Black Dude/Specialty Dancer
Randy Lutterman
as Clarissa
Marilyn Peppiatt
as Mrs. Simonides
Rino Romano
as Blade
Phil Jarrett
as Stanley
Ilan Rosenberg
as Greasy Guy
Stacie Scott
as Senior Girl
Johanna Spektor
as Junior Girl
Bunty Webb
as Old Jewish Lady
Gino Marrocco
as Mr. Abaldi
Mark Terene
as Cab Driver
Reg Dreger
as Guard
Elena Kudaba
as Grandma
Peter Manierka
as Grandpa
Murray Cruchley
as Insurance Man
Marcia Diamond
as Jewish Mother
Ellen Horst
as Italian Mother
Krista Bridges
as Pretty Girl
Lou Pitoscia
as Lou the Janitor
Doug Bain
as Mr. Tucci
Steve Susskind
as Store Owner
John Carrafa
as Specialty Dancer
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Critic Reviews for Sing

All Critics (7) | Top Critics (1)

Attempt to recreate "Footloose" fire in Brooklyn doesn't work; a few good songs, though

July 24, 2003
Kalamazoo Gazette

Audience Reviews for Sing

[font=Comic Sans MS][color=white]I absolutly love this needs to be on DVD. I would also LOVE to find the soundtrack on cd.[/color][/font]

Jamie Brookhart
Jamie Brookhart

Cool teen film with a commendable twist: no car chases! Actually, this is a cross between Lady and the Tramp and Fame.

Dean McKenna
Dean McKenna

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One more time, I'll sing a song. There's a power in my voice that's hopeful and strong. Years from now somewhere down line, and we'll all sing one more time. That's what a remember, and I always get it stuck in my head. I loved this movie as a kid.

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