“Feel the Noise” and See the Lack of Feeling


Genres: Drama, Musical/Performing Arts and Romance
Running Time:
1 hr. 26 min.
Release Date: October 5th, 2007 (limited)
MPAA Rating:
PG-13 for sensuality and innuendos, violence, some drug use and language.
Distributors: Sony Pictures Releasing

Directed by: Alejandro Chomski

JJ Rating: F

Boy steals something from a big wig gang person and mom fears for his life. Mom decides to send her son to his father he never met in Porto Rico. He goes and meets his unknown father and his family and bonds with his newfound step-brother. Boy loves to rap and step-brother loves to make music, therefore they worked well together. Feel the Noise.

See how short the movie is? Yes not very long about 86 minutes. I left before it was over. The movie was HORRIBLE. The dialog was vapid. The acting was nonexistent and the point was lost. There were moments when there was supposed to be a dramatic pause. Normally such pauses are fine but in this movie it was uncomfortable.

The storyline has been done before and that is not an issue. Doing a storyline over and over again isn’t a problem. The problem is when the storyline is supported by talent-less acting and dialog that drags the story instead of progresses it.

This movie shouldn’t have been made and I can’t believe Jennifer Lopez tagged her name to it. If she even saw how it was progressing she should have pulled her name out. This can’t possibly be great for her producing credit.

I will not own it. I will NEVER see it again. It’s not even a train wreck that you just can’t stop looking at it. It’s a train that you are waiting for it to past because you’re late for work. I walked out because it was so bad that I couldn’t find anything that would make me want to stay. I kept looking at my watch and the time never went slower. Feel the Noise lacked depth and intelligence and most of all that good movie feeling.

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