Fifth about The Seventh

Jersey Boys

Jersey Boys: most of the entertainment value of Clint Eastwood’s film (which, at least, is existent) comes from the music; otherwise, as a film experience, this is surprisingly flat. The main problem lies in the story and most of the character gallery, which are nondescript and unfocused; another issue is that the film meanders among many genres without convincing at any of them. The performances are usually too broad, theatrical (betraying the origin of the material in a different way than usual, since visually the film is cinematic and unconstrained, well-shot by Tom Stern).

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