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Joyful Noise (2012)


G.G. Sparrow faces off with her choir's newly appointed director, Vi Rose Hill, over the group's direction as they head into a national competition.

Joyful Noise (2012)

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Released Year: 2012
Runtime: 117 minutes
Genre: Comedy, Music
Directors: Todd Graff
Writers: Todd Graff

Storyline


G.G. Sparrow faces off with her choir's newly appointed director, Vi Rose Hill, over the group's direction as they head into a national competition.

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Reviews


67
Tampa Bay Times - Steve Persall
Joyful Noise is a good movie when it lifts up its heart and lets people sing.
67
Entertainment Weekly - Owen Gleiberman
The movie's musical numbers are catchy and rollicking and, in their bright sunshiny way, rather soulful.
63
Observer - Rex Reed
Grousing aside, this is a disarmingly sweet movie, enjoyable to the hilt, with music that really stomps.
60
Time Out - Keith Uhlich
More stupid movies should leave you with such a blissfully stupid smile.
50
The Hollywood Reporter - Todd McCarthy
Staggeringly cornball and squeaky-clean even when flirting with such issues as interracial sexual rivalries.

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