Blinded by the Light
Drama • PG-13 • 2019 • 1 hr 58 min
Fun movie with great music. I’d highly recommend this movie to any Bruce fans. It’s no masterpiece but still a fun watch!
i like the vibe, the style, the music but it is a little cheesy as i expected. feel good movie
This was pretty much what I expected. It was entertaining, moderately inspiring, and taught me a bit about Springsteen.
A standart coming of age story with a beautiful soundtrack by Bruce Springsteen. The story doesn't feel its potential. Pity.
Heartwarming and uplifting story about finding yourself through the power of music.
This is such a heartwarming film, if you're not a huge fan of Springsteen you will be at the end of this wholesome story.
I was frustrated with the wooden acting and TV movie-style directing. It seemed that no scene was as rich & touching as it could have been.
La vi por la música de Springsteen, sin embargo carece de todo el corazón que tiene su música. Mal dirigida y sobreactuaciones.
So corny, but so is Bruce. I did not expect to love this movie nearly as much as I did. Raw, real joy.
A fun enough inspiration coming of age story.
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