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Reviewed 6.8.19 A teen movie with a positive message about the power of creativity, and the importance of following your dreams, no matter how scary that path may seem. It isn't doing anything new and you can predict every plot twist. But the characters are likable, and their exuberance is contagious. Set in Ireland, in 1985, it nails the music and style of the time period. Cosmo (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) is a 15-year old boy dealing with family fall out and the recessive economic period in Irish history. Along comes a muse, in the form of wanna-be model Raphina (Lucy Boynton). Together with a rag-tag group of kids, they create a possible escape from it all, with music in the lead. Supporting actor Jack Reynor delivers a crucial assist with a stellar performance as Brendan, Cosmo's brother born into missed opportunity. With youthful enthusiasm, young love, and a brotherly hand, almost anything seems possible.
My favorite all time movie. The music is incredible but not too incredible to make it unbelievable. Relatable to people that lived in the 80s or young people. Best achievement of the message to follow your dreams out of any movie.
Just an all round great movie.
A feel good, happy, exciting, and entertaining look at escapism and the way music can help you break free of your own personal boundaries, Sing Street succeeds in all of these things and more.
Every man has a Raphina tuck away somewhere in their hearts. "Love, is happy sad." A Must See!
One of the very best films I've ever seen.
Absolutely love this film, would recommend to all ages
Heartwarming and touching movie. Catchy 80s inspired pop songs.
Great movie in every way! You fall in love with the characters even the bully! Great music too! Funny, sad, heartbreaking all at once. Beautifully done.
Lucy Boynton is a revelation and believable muse #DVDNation #ad