Feel the Noise

Feel the Noise

After a run-in with local thugs, aspiring Harlem rapper Rob flees to a place and father he never knew, and finds his salvation in Reggaeton, a spicy blend of hip-hop, reggae and Latin beats. Puerto Rico, the spiritual home of Reggaeton, inspires Rob and his step-brother Javi to pursue their dream of becoming Reggaeton stars. Together with a dancer named C.C., they learn what it means to stay true to themselves and each other, while overcoming obstacles in love, greed and pride, all culminating in an explosive performance at New York’s Puerto Rican Day Parade.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:86 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:English,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   parade,   ring,  

A young man from the South Bronx dreams of making it as a rapper, until a run-in with local thugs forces him to hide in Puerto Rico with the father he never knew. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Feel the Noise torrent reviews

Spencer H (kr) wrote: This movie was really not that terrible, yes, most of the jokes fell flat, but the movie surprisingly developed the characters and brought in a pretty good romance in the midst of all the craziness and complaining.

Matt P (es) wrote: Wouldn't the world be a better place without money. Good movie, just slow moving.

Michelle D (ru) wrote: Sounds interesting...

Jackson D (nl) wrote: ...Well............uhm.....At least the plot was original. Well, original in the sense of the side plot thing that isn't related to the sport part of the movie wasn't a copy of the first two movies. I'd say the most original out of the four movies to follow Air Bud. Sports part of the movie is bad though.

Dean M (gb) wrote: Awesome action film stars muscle-bound Dolph Lundgren as a mercenary assigned to "convince" a group of islanders it's time to move to the mainland (so greedy developers can exploit the island's abundance of guano). Lots of action and machismo make up for great of story.

TheScarlatescu R (mx) wrote: a bad attempt on the Cruel Intentions movie

John B (es) wrote: Another beauty by Ken Loach. Powerful and effective in delivery. The viewer is forced to pick up the hidden nuggests of meaning embedded.

George P (au) wrote: An incredibly complex movie. I have no idea what it was about but it was fun to watch because Jack Nicholson is cool

E L (de) wrote: An otherwise conventional horror/action flick is livened up by Grant's maniacal character.

Adam D (nl) wrote: a good western movie nice horses to.

Brandon W (kr) wrote: Now before I even start, I am not going to preach to you in this review. I'm not going to tell you how to live your life or who to believe in and what came to my surprise, is that this film didn't really do that either. Before the film started playing, multiple trailers for other Christain movies were shown... and all of them looked really bad. All of them had pretty bad acting and they all seemed very preachy. So I was a bit worried going into Heaven is for Real. Turns out, this film brought me to tears. Really, it did. This story isn't really about a boy who went to heaven, saw Jesus, his unborn sister, and his great grandfather, this is a story about a father trying to understand what his son is going through. There is a line in the film where he says something like, "I've been preaching for so many years and I don't even know if I believe it." This story doesn't have little Colton come back from heaven and the whole town erupts in praise and joy and cheer, Colton and his father are faced with skepticism. Everyone from counselors, members of the church and Colton's own mother. That's the reason why I loved this movie. When Todd (Greg Kinnear) is looking through old photos of his grandfather, he gets emotional and questions what does this all mean. I think every human goes through that stage of questioning what comes after this life. Some people say you are reborn while some say you can go to heaven. For a film titled, Heaven is for Real, it doesn't preach to you what is the truth, it simply shows a family man's journey about discovering it. If you are a hardcore atheist who has no doubts in their mind that church is a place for nutjobs, then I would advise against this film. On the other hand, if you are a faithful Christian or anybody that is on the fence on what they want to believe, I say you should see this movie. For me personally, it gave me hope that maybe one day I will see my two grandfathers again. That why I believe this film succeeds. It could start you on the path of your own journey to find something.

Leon B (ag) wrote: Review:Pompous! Pompous! Pompous! This movie just left me feeling extremely angry because these bunch of spoilt brats, got away with such a dreadful act. It really does prove that there isn't any justice in the world and that money really does talk. Anyway, the movie is about a club in Oxford University which is for the privileged students who act like spoilt idiots. After bringing in 2 new students, the Riot Club decide to have a night out in a pub, which gets totally out of hand. Because they are rich and totally above the law, they end up destroying the pub after loads of drinking and some class A drugs. This doesn't go down well with the landlord who has had to turn away customers because of there load and abusive behaviour. When the landlord decides to take matters into his own hands, the bunch of annoying students get violent after some persuasive encouragement from one of the students. Although I found the movie quite entertaining, I really couldn't see the moral behind the story. I was hoping that there was going to be some justice towards the stuck up bunch of assholes but the director made it look like they were really above the law. The one student who had any morals, didn't speak up when he had the chance which made me feel even more angry. I wanted to knock that smug look off of the student who walked free at the end because he ended up as a Riot Club legend, even though he caused the whole ugly problem in the first place. Anyway, there pompous voices and terrible behaviour got on my nerves after a while but from an entertainment point of view, it wasn't bad. Average!Round-Up:Douglas Booth, who starred in Noah, Jupiter Ascending and Romeo & Julie has made some big movies in his short career and at 23, I'm sure that he has more to come. The only problem is that the movies haven't been that great so he has to make some better choices once he can pick and choose which projects to take on. Sam Claines, who played the riot starter, has also starred in some big movies like the Hunger Gamss franchise, Pirates of the Caribbean On Stranger Tides and Snow White and the Huntsman and he has a role in the new Star Wars movie so he really can't complain about his career so far. The film was made by a Danish director called Lone Sherfig who also made One Day and An Education. Personally, I think that she should have rewritten the ending because they really needed to shut that awful club down.Budget: N/AWorldwide Gross: $2millionI recommend this movie to people who are into their dramas about an exclusive club in Oxford University (Riot Club) who take there celebrations of initiating 2 new students, a bit too far. 3/10

Bradley G (de) wrote: Did you see Sleepless in Seattle? Because if you did...this is the same movie.Good acting......"Meh" story

Jeff B (ru) wrote: Often hilarious (unintentional, I think) martial arts film starring David Carradine as a blind spiritual guide (and a few other characters) who helps Cord the Seeker on his quest to find the Book of All Knowledge that lies in the hands of Zetan the Wizard. The story was from Bruce Lee (who intended to star in it before he died) and James Coburn(!) and it??s pretty hilarious. It??s a typical 60s/70s kung fu movie with a lot of crazy location and fights. Killer monkeys, dickless men in tubs of oil, Roddy McDowall, martial artists with awesome mullets, Buddhist KKK members, this film??s got it all. The crazy thing is, supposedly this film is being remade soon. Maybe Eli Wallach and Christopher Lee could play the same roles, that would be priceless.