Play It Loud!

Play It Loud!

The year is 1981, the German New Wave is at the peak. Harry, otherwise Sparkasse trainee, wants to make it big as a manager of the band of his friends, Apollo Schwabing. He has booked the ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:97 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:German,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   circus,   jealousy,  

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Lewis E (ca) wrote: A Flick in the sense that it made me flick the channel over within seconds. Since 'Don't be a Menace' and 'Scary Movie', the Wayans brothers have been swiftly falling from the funny tree and I think 'Dance Flick' is a sign that they have hit the ground.

Tish (au) wrote: Fun movie to watch..

Mike W (kr) wrote: This movie is about life, love and money! Love it.

Juli N (nl) wrote: Bjork's performance had a genuineness about it you don't often experience in cinema!

Michael C (nl) wrote: Did not really understand this movie.

Jacob F (us) wrote: Really touching film. With fantastic performances all around.

Ken D (gb) wrote: Vincent Price was decent in this, but this did have too many flaws.

JeanFranois L (mx) wrote: J'ai ador ce film et l'extraordinaire prestation d'Isabelle Blais. Le montage est galement excellent. A voir absolument.

Abdulmalik A (kr) wrote: At times with this movie the art overpowered the film.

L N (ca) wrote: The plot was kinda cliche, and the violence possibly a tad excessive, but I wouldn't say it was a -bad- movie.

Allan C (jp) wrote: A smart, high-tech update of the Jules Dassin style heist film. The film is greatly aided by a terrific and eclectic cast that includes Robert Redford, Dan Aykroyd, Ben Kingsley, Mary McDonnell, River Phoenix, Sidney Poitier, David Strathairn, Timothy Busfield, Donal Logue, Eddie Jones, Ben Kingsley, Stephen Tobolowsky and James Earl Jones. Although it's a small part, I'd forgotten how good an actor River Phoenix was. The only thing holding this film back is the somewhat ponderous, over serious baby boomer meditation on their activist youth and their roles in the current world. But other than that, the film is a lot of fun. And co-writer, director Phil Alden Robinson had three good films in a row, this, "Field of Dreams" and "Sum of All Fears" but inexplicably hasn't made anything of note since then. I really hope he starts making some more films soon.