Posted: January 3, 2017 | Author: Donald | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Christopher Lourdelet, Clay Liford, Gareth Jennings, Hannah Marks, Jennifer Hudson, Jennifer Saunders, John C. Reilly, Matthew McConaughey, Michael Ian Black, Michael Johnston, Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson, Seth McFarland, Sing, Slash, Taron Egerton, Tori Kelly | Leave a comment »
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Sing is an animated comedy about a koala bear producer about to lose his theater to the bank. To save his theater he comes up with what he seems to think is the most brilliant and original concept ever in the history of furrykind, though original and brilliant are very loosely defined here. He will hold a singing competition (now, I know that stories like this do take place in alternative universes, but it may still be a bit hard to believe no one has come up with American Idol, The Voice, or even Ted Mack’s Original Amateur Hour yet).
But actually, it’s not that bad an idea on the koala’s part. And in the end, there is nothing that wrong with the film. It’s perfectly pleasant and fun at times.
At the same time, it never really grabs hold of you either. Read the rest of this entry »