Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 20:52
I love classic rock, especially the 80s and early 90s. Since this movie was released in 2007, I never have had the opportunity to see it. I did check out the DVD a couple years ago and it was one of the best B-movies I've ever seen. I saw a fan who had never seen the movie and he was amazed at the quality of the film. It was an enjoyable film. I enjoyed it very much. From the start, the film followed the stereotypical story of a rock band who are about to go on tour and they cannot afford any new gear. When they are in the studio, they go to a garage sale to buy a new guitar. They then break it and put it in a song and realize the new owner doesn't have much money so they decide to take the money to a charity concert in Nashville. They do a dance for the money and they also have a dancer. The two girls go to the mansion of the wealthy millionaire who owns the music business. They play a game with him and he calls them a bunch of stupid names. One of the girls is supposed to find the guy, but she has to go to the hotel. The millionaire then makes her his mistress, and she realizes the value of money. The band do not show up for the concert and the millionaire sends his people to destroy the group. The millionaire decides to go after the group again, and the girls must defend themselves from the millionaire. This film is not perfect. It could have been better, but the musical selections made the movie enjoyable. It is a good movie and I recommend it. Some of the characters were repetitive, but that is not a bad thing. It just meant the film was not a big time one. Overall, I would give it an 8/10.