6 March 2001 | pkeets
This is a solid, good-quality movie with good production, direction and performances from everybody.
This is a solid, good-quality feel-good movie with excellent production, direction and performances from everybody. It is very conservative--has no (visible) sex or violence and doesn't take chances by making any kind of radical statement--but it still managed to hold my interest. The best thing about it is the Burning Prairie Band playing at the end: Roger Daltrey, Drake Bell, Carmine Appice, Kelly Keeling and Denny Laine. They sound great.
I'd recommend this for any of the gals--including young ones. It's interesting, unoffensive, and a great opportunity to watch some real musicians at work. The guys will like the guitar work there at the end.