Sing Street (2016)
Critic Consensus: Sing Street is a feel-good musical with huge heart and irresistible optimism, and its charmimg cast and hummable tunes help to elevate its familiar plotting.
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Critic Reviews for Sing Street
As a testament to the power of music, the bond of brotherhood and the boundless possibilities of youth, "Sing Street" just plain works.
The film captures the earnestness and the silliness of the boys' efforts, but also how little that matters when you're discovering what it feels like to create something.
With its intriguing characters and exhilarating music, "Sing Street" is the best film about being young, gifted and Irish since "The Commitments."
A delightful film that is almost impossible to watch without a smile on your face.
Carney has an uncanny way of telling a story through music. "Sing Street" reminds us of being young and lost in a song, realizing with a jolt that someone else had the same feelings we did.
Audience Reviews for Sing Street
Pleasantly surprised. Quite deep for what seemed like it would just be a teen movie.
An under-the-radar, tour de force that's vibrant and meaningful. Sing Street strikes the right chords with its ambitious originality, adventurous tone and sentimentality for the rebellious hearts in all of us; not to mention its salutations to the UK music scene in the 80s. 4.5/5
"We can have a show, just us, right here!" This is yet another reenactment of that filmic musical musing, this time in Dublin. Where it succeeds is in that it doesn't fall flat, as so very many do.