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| DVD (1)
It's Whoopi and the girls who keep this confection tasty.
The film trundles along, full of holy-poky, mayhem and one-liners.
The musical numbers really make Sister Act.
Light and fluffy as it is, "Sister Act" still has plenty of laugh-out-loud moments and some warm fuzzies as well as some believable action, and that makes it a 7 out of 10 in my book. But the sequel? It's more like a 5.
Nothing like a heartwarming Disney comedy with a body count to raise spirits.
A silly, harmless star vehicle for Whoopi Goldberg--sort of nuns on the run.
Terribly unfunny musical-comedy with nails-on-blackboard performances
About a lounge singer who finds a mission in life that transforms her.
Okay star vehicle for Whoopi
I love these films!
Why is this movie so popular? I've always wondered that. It seems like you can find it somewhere on TV at any time of the day. This movie isn't bad, it's just not that good. Goldberg just isn't that funny, and there are a lot of better movies similar to this one anyway.
A little boring in the beginning, but when Sister Mary Clarence got moved into a Covent and been assigned to handle the choir, the story gets more and more interesting for me.. Whoopi Goldberg show her best performance that she can in this movie, knowing that acting in a comedy movie was a little harder to keep your act quality on... The story was funny, and the song was a joy to behold... Love this movie!!
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