Raise Your Voice [DVD]
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Teen drama starring Hilary Duff as Terri Fletcher, a small-town teenager with a great musical talent. Following the death of her brother, Terri decides to make the most of her life and talent for singing and heads off to spend the summer at a performing arts academy, even though her father is against the idea. Terri soon realises that following her dreams isn't always easy.
Perky teen starlet Hilary Duff wholeheartedly embraces the kind of earnest innocence all parents wish their daughters had. In Raise Your Voice, Terri Fletcher yearns to go to a prestigious music conservatory in Los Angeles. Her father won't let her because L.A. is a bad place, but her loving mom and kooky aunt sneak her away. Once there, she gets a sassy roommate-of-colour, geeky cool friends, a snooty rival, and a sexy British boyfriend. Of course, all conflicts with family and friends come to a head at a big competition at which Terri rediscovers herself. Formulaic? Yes. Bland? Yes. Will preteen girls enjoy it anyway? Maybe, because Duff plays it so sincere. --Bret Fetzer, amazon.com
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Top Customer Reviews
My daughter (13) has enjoyed watching this movie 4 or 5 times already over the last few months, so the underlying sad theme obviously didn't put her off, and clearly the storyline attracted her - whereas she found the far classier film 'My Girl' great, but simply far too sad to watch again. This film is pretty much a rip off of FAME (no bad thing) with perhaps a shallow hint of 'Ordinary People'. It's tolerable enough for adults in their daughter's company though, jolly enough for repeat viewing by the kids, and obviously hits the spot for the intended audience. Like many others here, I preferred 'Cinderalla Story' and perhaps even 'Cadet Kelly', but my daughter found this DVD to be £5 well spent as well. The DVD also has the usual few 'behind the out-takes' bits as well. So as a young Andy Hardy used to say many years ago 'Lets put on a show'...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is my third copy of this film as I used to watch it all the time. The story line and the music content is brilliant.Published 5 months ago by Caz Roberts
This movie was great and it was very good to watch I would recommend it to anyone else who likes this genre of movie.Published 8 months ago by Chris B.