New ‘Joyful Noise’ Movie Delivered A Ton Of Drama,Highly Emotional Perfomances & More
New ‘Joyful Noise’ movie delivered a ton of drama,highly emotional performances & more. Warner Bros. Pictures released their new musical/drama flick “Joyful Noise” into theaters this weekend. I just watched it,and thought it was ok. It delivered some very emotional and entertaining performances,along with a lot of drama. It stars: Queen Latifah, Dolly Parton, Keke Palmer, Courtney B. Vance, Jeremy Jordan,and Kris Kristofferson.
In the flick, a character named Vi Rose Hill (Queen Latifah) gets the position of choir director over Dolly Parton’s character G.G. Sparrow in the Divinity Church Choir. However, a conflict arises when Vi’s old tired songs keep causing the choir to lose the National Joyful Noise Competition.
When G.G.’s grandson Randy Garrity comes to town,he quickly weaves his way into the fold of the choir and Vi’s daughter Olivia Hill. However, stubborn Vi doesn’t like Randy,and is constantly trying to keep him from dating Olivia throughout the movie,thinking he’s nothing but trouble.
This also causes major conflict between Olivia and Vi,delivering some very,jaw slapping,intense drama scenes between the two characters. However,even through all that,the choir,Randy,Oliva,and Vi are able to come together to make some beautiful music after Randy is finally allowed to make a few adjustments to liven up the choir with some unconventional beats and rhythm sets. Unfortunately, they faced opposition from their paster,who threatens not to sponsor them unless they go back to the old,tired songs they did before.
This all leads up to a great conclusion that has them unleashing their new,hype,songs at the very last minute. I thought the movie was pretty entertaining to watch,overall,especially towards the end when they rocked out a great Christian musical set to some very popular songs.
I thought Queen Latifah did a great job,playing the high strong mother that didn’t take crap from nobody,and Dolly did great playing opposite of her. They got into quite a few showdowns. I gave the movie a solid C+ grade. Follow us on Facebook by Clicking Here. Follow us on Twitter by Clicking Here.