Romance • PG-13 • 2016 • 1 hr 46 min
I love all Carney movies. If you enjoyed this give the director's other movies a watch.
This is one of my favorite movies ever. It’s a beautiful Irish coming of age film with fantastic music and a bittersweet ending
Pure joy - I recommend this to everyone and I’ve yet to find someone who doesn’t fall in love.
Comedy. Drama. Romance. A killer soundtrack. What's not to love?
A movie about brothers and a girl with music that will stick in your head. Very refreshing and uplifting. You'll be happy you saw it.
A great gem for anyone who likes 80s teen films and wants to go past the American stuff. The soundtrack is killer!
The aesthetics and characters make the movie what it is and the music in it is fine too
Genuinely my favorite movie. It's simple and heartwarming, with good character chemistry and some bangin music.
Coming of age + Irish rock band = sleeper hit
Such a fun coming of age movie with a great original score and and compiled soundtrack
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