I can’t fault director John Carney for sticking with his trademark formula; he is, after all, batting 1,000 with “Once” and “Begin Again.” “Sing Street” adds to his holy trinity of exemplary music themed tales.
This musical coming o... Read the full review »
Sing Street stands as one of my favorite films of last year, and a great musical adventure. Yes, it is the cliche "boy fights for girl" story. However, it feels like so much more. It works very nicely in its 80s backdrop. With interesting characte... Read the full review »
Sing Street is your classic "do anything for the girl" movie, heck it even says it on the cover. But the beauty of this movie, is that it's undeniably nostalgic and heart warming. A teenage boy being introduced to the mainstream music of the 1980'... Read the full review »
Director John Carney (Once, Begin Again) brings us yet another musically-rich and heartfelt drama comedy. With SING STREET, Carney opens it up and doesn't just focus on the protagonists, but on the ensemble. We are introduced to the main character... Read the full review »