Blinded by the Light (2019)
Critic Consensus: Like a life-affirming rock anthem, Blinded by the Light hits familiar chords with confidence and flair, building to a conclusion that leaves audiences cheering for an encore.
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as Ms Clay
as Javed (10)
as Shazia (Sister)
as Matt's Dad
as Young Matt
as Yasmeen (Cousin)
as Mr. Shah
as Colin Hand
as Lad 1
as Lad 2
as Robert - Eliza's Dad
as Frances - Eliza's Mom
as Reporter At Mosque
as Passport Official
as Mr. Singh
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Most of the film's emotional weight is undermined by cheesy sing-alongs with the lyrics visualized in such a garish way that the supposed thematic significance bashes the audience in the head.
The deliberately amateurish style of the musical numbers is supposed to engender spontaneity but too often looks merely cack-handed. Nonetheless, you come out on a high. Springsteen fever proves to be contagious.
Despite its predictability, it conveys what it's like to be enraptured by a rock idol.
Even when it feels as if we've seen this movie before, we've never seen it set to the sounds of the Boss, and we've never seen it from the point of view of this particular terrific kid and his family.
"Blinded by the Light" represents such a sweet, easy-to-relate-to story that it deserves to be seen, at the least, by anyone who has shown a little faith that there's magic in the arts -- either in music, or a darkened theater.
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