Great Story, Tons of Songs, Awesome 3D Animated Movie
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Much more than an animated casting show
If this wins anything for 'best animated feature' I will be livid. "But
it has a good message." This movie, along with Collateral Beauty
entices the viewer with the theme of naivety and simplistic
realizations of inner possibility. We all face our hurdles and discover
confidence in our life journey's. If your looking for optimistic life
in the upbringing of sizzling positively while seeping in inner doubt,
these kind of movies provide a place in the cinema to colour our hearts
What a pity...
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I fear ?Sing" has to be described as nice. Only nice. With this short
sentence I don't want to disappoint any fans or viewers, but it is the
best thing I can say about this ambitious music movie.With emotions, fun and great singers to perform hits and mashups to
entertain the audience like Sister Act, Pitch Perfect or other music
oriented movies, Sing should have been a great flick in the
pre-Christmas time. At least the trailer looked like this.In the end, we got an superficial, easy going kid...
Sensational dramatic experience. Full of joy, tears, laughter and pleasure
I did not like the trailer, nor the poster. I got a free voucher and I
had to use it. I was surprised that the movie got a high rating at IMDb
(>7), "what the hec" I said; I will just see it. From the 1st five
minutes I was attracted to the amazing characters and the plot. It was
a totally different experience to me than any other movie; I literally
burst in laughter in some scenes and cried in others; my feet were
dancing whenever they sing a song and it all reach a breath-taking
climax at the...
a mixed bag with a good message at the core
Sing is a mediocre entry in my opinion, although I must say it made
quite a recovery from its second act onwards. The entire first act
seemed more like cutscenes after cutscenes rather than a fluent
storytelling. I felt that the characters were very clichéd and two
dimensional which really makes the film lose compared to the high
quality of animation films we have gotten recently, yes 2016 is quite
the year for animations yet this film seems to have taken a couple
steps back. What tore me betw...
One of the Best, Feel Good films of 2016!
I got a chance to view "Sing" at a early Pre-Screening and it was an
absolute blast. Starring the film was an all star cast, too many to
name and they all did a spectacular job singing and acting, the main
star that gave me goosebumps singing was Tori Kelly, she can sing the
house down. The movie was a feel good movie and it had things for both
Kids and the Adults to enjoy. Me and the audience laughed throughout
and enjoyed the film, we even clapped when the end credits rolled. This
by far to m...
I have just seen Sing with Hubby and two 7 year old's we all thought it
was absolutely brilliant. It is rare for us all agree we all enjoyed a
film. In fact this is the only one this year.The music was first class lots of heads rocking to the beat, it had a
good variety of music and I am even considering getting the soundtrack.Rosita Pig was my favourite character and I thought Reece Witherspoon
had an amazing voice though really all of them were good singers.If you are looking to start the New...
Theater producer Buster Moon (Matthew McConaghuey) owns the most
glorious theater in town, but his many failures have brought the
theater gradually into almost falling apart. When the bank gives an
ultimatum to Moon has one last chance to reestablish the theater to its
former glory and he decides to assemble the greatest singing
competition ever put to stage.By reading that synopsis I don't think anyone would ever believe it
needed to have animals as characters and that cuts right to the
Illumination finally gives their formula the life and respect necessary for it to succeed
After wading in the water in terms of quality for the better half of
this year, Illumination Entertainment finally gets the above-average
film they deserve with Sing. The sad part about a film like this -
which is basically an animated variety show of animals covering
yesterday and today's pop tunes - is it's more likely to fail than
succeed on the simple merit that its narrative prompts for things like
humor based on recognition, general unevenness, and lazy screen
writing. While all of those ...