Lacks any of the socio-economic or political concerns of "The Big Chill." Indeed its shallowness is reflected in one character's abiding concern with his receding hairline. show more
A grab bag of sitcom jokes that work about 20% of the time. show more
The boys' laddish catchphrase -- "Shut up!" -- is particularly irritating, especially since they never do. show more
I was lucky enough to have seen this film, formerly titled SHUT UP AND SING, at last year's Genart film festival in NYC. I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a heartwarming experience. This film has enough humor and heart to entertain any audience and i can't suggest seeing it enough. Also I couldn't get enough of the soundtrack, the voices are amazing. I am so excited it is opening in theaters this month!!!!
I am soooo glad this movie is finally making it to theaters! I saw it at RI Film Festival and thought it would be fun because I sang in a college a cappella group too, and have many fond memories. I was totally surprised by how GOOD this movie was! I kinda knew the singing parts would be great -- if you're gonna do a movie about a cappella singing, you gotta have great singing in it! -- but I didn't expect that the rest of the movie would be so good. I laughed all the way through, and it had all the things that make good movies -- the story was great, the characters were really strong, and the actors made for a great ensemble. It was such an entertaining evening, I didn't want it to stop!I've told a lot of friends about this movie and they've been dying to see why I've been raving so much about it, so I'm just really glad it's finally getting released. GO SEE IT!!! Bruce Leddy did an amazing job with this movie and deserves to do more!