Lemonade Mouth

Lemonade Mouth

The story follows five disparate high school students - Olivia, Mo, Charlie, Stella, and Wen who meet in detention. They realize they are destined to rock, and ultimately form a band that becomes a champion for students sidelined by the high school elite.

When five ragtag freshman first meet in detention, it seems they have nothing in common. But they realize they all are destined to rock, and ultimately form a band that makes their whole school go in a frenzy of people on their side and off their side. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jason S (de) wrote: Great film about growing up.

Ed S (br) wrote: I was lucky enough to catch this movie at Sundance and there was a Q & A session with the director afterwards. Great feel to this film - loved the vibe travelliing around France at night looking for bars etc.! It was a bit far fetched in parts, and possibly a bit long. Main character was so irrationally horrible that it was a bit hard to get over him, and that was probably the worst thing - all because his wife was a bit late! Not a bad watch though.

Cheryl C (de) wrote: This movie is often unrealistic and sometimes borders on offensive in its treatment and use of the mentally ill characters. However, it still has a lot of entertaining, funny, and sweet moments.

Pavan R (ru) wrote: An average...scary at times thriller !!!

Kevin M W (kr) wrote: Stephen King's story gets a once over but very little more as this adaptation is all about the fireworks. But once it's time for that ... hooboy, do things heat up plenty fast. George C. Scott is a smoothly contemptible villain as well.

Walter M (jp) wrote: "Salesman" is a very effective cinema verite documentary from the Maysles Brothers about bible salesmen operating in Massachusetts and Florida on the surface. Unlike Jehovah's Witnesses, they are not selling religion. The targets are already believers who gave their names at their local churches. What they are really selling is status with the $50.00 bibles that can be bought with cash, C.O.D or, my personal favorite, the Catholic Honor Plan. All dollar amounts are from 1967, so this is an especially pretty penny. If you are a believer, then it is the words that count, not the packaging, unless you are trying to convince somebody else that you are wealthy enough to afford one which most of the people the salesmen talk to cannot. For these salesmen, victory comes in small bunches in this frustrating profession with its long hours on the job and nights in cheap motels. Some succeed like those that make $35,000 to $50,000 but they are rare, even as the bosses urge them that success is within their sights. And Paul Brennan, the center of attention, wonders if maybe he should have taken his family's advice to "join the force and get a pension" during one particularly bad week.

Bobby K (br) wrote: Boring,stolen and harmless.