Pain and Glory (Dolor y gloria)
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Yet another Sister Act film that focuses on my real-life job. This time, Doloris gets to share my joy of teaching music to high school students.
With the premise clearly established, the twist of the film is that it revolves around reluctant high-schoolers, rather than stodgy nuns. We still get to see some of our favourite nuns return as teachers, but the new blood of the film revolves around the young people and their musical journey.
As someone who works with young people, they change their attitude a little too quickly, but what are you going to do with a 106-minute runtime? It's fun, just not as tight as the first.
Much better than the first. Soundtrack is amazing, vocals from a young Lauryn Hill. Doesn't take itself too seriously. Quotes that'll stick with you for the rest of your days
Inspired me to become a teacher!
Loved it, the songs were good too
Wow just wasted two hours of my life. This must be one of the worse movies i have ever seen.
Definitely not as good as its prequel. That seems to be another Newton's law.
absolute classic. it’s more of a nostalgia thing with me. i remember watching this movie at my friends house.
this move is a fuckin classic
"The sequel is never quite as good" holds true with this movie, but it's still entertaining.
We got spoiled with Glee a few years ago, but if you loved that, you'll enjoy this!
I love this movie, and the original. It was definitely enjoyed, throughout my childhood, and into adult hood. I've seen both of these movies, at least 500 times. And that not an exaggeration, probably more.