Hearts Beat Loud

2018

Drama / Music

10
IMDb Rating 7 10 1781

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Nick Offerman as Frank Fisher
Kiersey Clemons as Sam Fisher
Toni Collette as Leslie
Ted Danson as Dave
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by adonis98-743-186503 4 / 10

I expected more in the end..

A father and daughter form an unlikely songwriting duo in the summer before she leaves for college. Despite a pretty good cast of talented actors and some pretty good music as well 'Hearts Beat Loud' just doesn't work as it might have or could have. The perfomances were mediocre at best and the characters didn't do much as well in my opinion. It just doesn't have the spark it needs to do within it's music or it's storyline about a father and daughter forming this bond within their music threw a Summer and just simply doesn't work either both in music and drama.

Reviewed by peeedeee-94281 6 / 10

A pleasant film about how to write and record a song!

At least, that's what it felt like the movie was about, that we were learning about how songs are written and fleshed out. Seriously, it was a pleasant film, with great MUSICAL performances from Kiersey Clemons and Nick Offerman. They had good acting too, but I feel the story and the directing was not very focused. The whole grandma-has-dementia angle could have been dropped completely. There were missed opportunities for drama, or that 'Oscar moment', like when Sam tells her father Frank that she had just learned to ride a bike and that's why she was late coming home. You'd think there would be a huge emotional outburst based on how biking had changed the family, but nope, it just kind of came and went. The movie has a great musical scene in the shop towards the end, but then kind of fizzles and it tried to find a good way to end. It should have ended sooner. I think in better hands, this movie would have been even better. It just felt like it didn't know what it wanted to be, trying to introduce too many ideas that weren't needed, and the pacing was not consistent. Still worth a watch if you like watching nice musical performances.

Reviewed by cockezville 4 / 10

And the Point Is

This movie had a terrific cast and the daughter/ father relationship just seemed unreal. It was a sweet enough movie but the whole musical presence was too much. And those songs were pretty lame. The Ted Danson, Toni Collette, and Blythe Danner characters had such meat, but they were left to rot. Major editing and writing flaws. Nick Offerman was engaging

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