Hearts Beat Loud

Hearts Beat Loud
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Nicole avatar

Loved this sweet and smart film. Great acting and story line and music too! I like films about relationships that have endings that don't make me regret watching them. I'd watch this film again!

Anna avatar

One of my favorites of 2018! Loved the music and the father-daughter relationship. Also, Ron Swanson.

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Velos y

Eeegads...zzzzzzz. Boring, cliche characters. Too much boring, cliche Brooklyn. Too much boring, cliche hipster. Too much... all of it. And the mom's cause for departure? Sigh. One big Brooklyn cliche. Which is really quite boring, if I haven't mentioned that already.

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Loved the movie! Does anyone know what song was playing at 1:12:03?

EDIT: FOUND IT! Luke Temple — Hard Working Hand

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This was a super charming film about the bonds of family and friendship, and art/music's power of expression -- a definite feel-good film in the same vein as those of John Carney (ONCE, BEGIN AGAIN, SING STREET), with great performances! :)

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Agree. I really enjoyed this one--start to finish. I can see how some other reviewers found it too precious but it didn't strike me that way.

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Very sweet film. Meaningful to me since I worked in Red Hook for about two years. Sunny's, Baked, Pioneer Works, Hope and Anchor, and Van Brunt St. were my old haunts. Miss it very, very much.

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Two years. Wow.

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Ok, so its basically one big commercial, Apple is just 1 of the many brands... I have to stop.

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Apple's product placement in every other scene was very distracting for me. (Sometimes in every scene).

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I enjoyed the movie - and especially the music. I have been singing with my dad my whole life so I think it really struck a chord with me, if you'll excuse the obvious phrase.

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I enjoyed it - the music, the references, the actors - I did not feel compelled to finish it, like others have, but had fun with the story. Nick and the rest of the cast were great together and I look forward to more from them all.
Oh, and as a fan of most of the 'preened about' ...Read more

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Sweet movie with a quietness to the character development and relationships that is rare and wish more directors embraced. Really liked it and the music.

Danielle avatar

pretty lame. acting was flat, emotionless, music was pathetic. ho hum, yet another time waster. Even my dog was bored

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So agreed.

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awful, simpering, wimpy garbage.
oversinging in the music, just to make things worse.
hated every minute of it. had to watch it in three separate sessions, i found it so wretchedly grating.
wouldn't have bothered finishing if i hadn't felt like i'd waste the ...Read more

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Barbara E

lovely & sentimental good music

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it was so bad it made me uncomfortable

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not my kind of feel-good stuff-- wouldn't have even chosen to watch this!

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Super cliched story and music.

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Excellent story and music.

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Melissa Adylia

Very sweet. A "feel good" movie for sure. I really enjoyed it.

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So sweet and precious it nearly induced a diabetic coma. Nothing fresh or original. In fact, it's one sappy sentimental cliche after another.

Daniel avatar

an endearing, heartfelt picture that is very honest and fresh

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Awesome is sometimes over used but think it must apply to this one. I really think the acting and music were wonderful. Enjoy

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love this sweet movie

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The music is great in this movie. The acting is superb.

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loved it ! made me cry with joy and tenderness for the father and daughter.the music . the words. could feel my heart opening more and more as the movie moved on. thank you.

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Betty avatar

Enjoyed the dtr-dad relash n reminded of the value of art when things in life dont go as smoothly as we like.

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Not an action movie. But then, I hate action movies.

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Lovely little movie

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Sorry -- it's sweet, I grant you; but I FF'd through it after the first five minutes. Predictable and a little precious.

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Such a gem, loved this movie!

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Loved it! Had to stand up and dance and sing. So beautiful!

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Awwww, honest and simple with a soul and heart.

Lauren avatar

This film is so sweet and lovely. The cast is just fantastic, I was already in love with Nick Offerman, Ted Danson and Toni Collette but Kiersey Clemons was also perfect. The relationships were very realistic and it was emotionally honest. Now I want to check out The Hero, another one of ...Read more

Rene avatar

Five stars, just five stars that is all, nothing more to add. Just watch it.

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What a beautiful, musical, love song of a movie. I loved it.

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