Sing Street (review)

Sing Street (review)
Sing Street (review)
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Writer/director John Carney has previously helmed 2 films about musicians and their creative process (“Once” & “Begin Again”). This one revolves around a young teen in 80s Dublin who forms a band to impress a girl. The resulting group of misfits is cute in their awkward innocence, while the period style and music pervade the film’s atmosphere. The band performs a number of original songs (by Carney) that prove to be catchy pop fun. In addition to the musical treats, it’s a truly sweet story of a young man’s efforts to express himself and his love. Sure, you can bask in the nostalgia of MTV’s early days, but you’ll also find yourself charmed by the film’s buoyant youthful optimism.


4 out of 5 stars (4 / 5)


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