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Feel the Noise

Rated PG-13 for sensuality and innuendos, violence, some drug use and language.

PG-13 In Theaters 10/5/2007 , 88min.
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Viewer Score
80%
Viewer score based on 9 ratings
36%
Critic score based on 9 reviews

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May 22, 2008
lanorewash1
Omarion looks sexy,cutie,and handsome in this movie!Don't be drinking any haterade because he is sexy!
May 22, 2008
anjeaune21
this esta a fuego!
May 22, 2008
thesweetnessofli
This Cd is really great. I don't have the first one, but their songs are really unique and my favorites are lonely one, this is who we are, I will hide myself away, the second art to if i were to write the song, wasted, the fortunate, and tonight
May 22, 2008
annababieeee
The pastor of the church claims to have the same authority as the Apostle Paul. He specifically teaches his leadership to close their minds and not discuss viewpoints from alternate Christian philosophies other than his own. He has a very sophomoric and worldly understanding of the Scriptures. He uses "love bombing" to gel the loyalty of his congregants, and expects those who attend to
May 22, 2008
bianc124
Well, we left the movie early after they started to make a song becaus they heard a frog noise. The fight between Rob and someother retard whose name i dont know was stupid and the movie was predicatabe thank you for wasting 40 dollars of my money and 50 minutes of my time.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

The New York Times
It's the subtexts -- about minority kinship and Hispanic self-actualization -- that resound. If only its fable (and leading man) didn't keep getting in the way. Full Review
Andy Webster
The New York Times
It’s the subtexts -- about minority kinship and Hispanic self-actualization -- that resound. If only its fable (and leading man) didn’t keep getting in the way. Full Review
Chuck Wilson
L.A. Weekly
Inane uplift tale for teens. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
The plot is contrived, the performances are all over the board, and Chomski's camera ogles his actresses just a little too much. Full Review
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
No one will mistake director Alejandro Chomski's Feel the Noise for great drama. But there's an undeniable sweetness to the characters, the performers are highly appealing, and the music sizzles. Full Review

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