Ralph Breaks the Internet
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A toothless ode to a still-living celebrity, it's a film that may appeal to very young children and very old ladies, but seems sure to bore everyone in between.
A range-constricted slog through the dreariest of showbiz-ascension clichés.
It's the cinematic equivalent of listening to opera in an elevator.
This blah trudge from cradle to stage will be catnip to his fans and Ambien to everyone else.
A compendium of self-help clichés, of melodramatic anecdotes about an artist who surely did not deserve such a stale production. [Full Review in Spanish]
Everything is well enough made, but without any feeling of authenticity. [Full Review in Spanish]
The Music Of Silence lacks emotional weight, developed characters, a coherent linear story, and sufficient enough acting to make a passable biopic of a living legend.
The film, directed by Michael Radford, moves along parsimoniously... [Full review in Spanish]
Michael Radford directs, but his effort is more to show off the music than to delve into the souls of his characters with much complexity.
Mild Andrea Bocelli biopic lacks momentum.
... takes a mostly hagiographic approach, eschewing subtlety while traversing familiar territory about overcoming obstacles.
The Music of Silence is the story of a talented man ... who simply waits for success to come to him.
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