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The High Note-Reviewed

"Excited to see this. The film is actually opening at one my local drive-in theaters this weekend!" -George P

"Why does every mid-budget movies these days looks exactly the same. They seem to have no desire to look special. The same flat, overly-bright look that every other film like this has today. When your film *looks* direct-to-video..." -Glenn


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Eliza Hittman(Never Rarely)
Costume Designer(Joker)
Cinematographer(The Irishman)
Songwriters(Frozen II)

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May 28 2020

Review: The High Note

byChris Feil

Are VH1 Movies That Rock still a thing?The kind of movie that the VH1 programming gods connected through the vague thematic tissue of music, casual comfort viewing meant to be consumed on repeated Sunday afternoons, structured flawlessly to pause for snack breaks?It’s as if those gods had carvedThe High Notefrom gold for how much the film embodies that vibe.

The film centers around a music icon Grace Davis (Tracee Ellis Ross) and her assistant Maggie (Dakota Johnson).As Grace attempts another relaunch of old music, Maggie’s music producer ambitions clash against Grace’s tried-and-true formula for success - and the star’s wariness that her assistant might be using her coattails.But Maggie begins to grow her producer chops (and a little romance) with a fledging singer songwriter (Kelvin Harrison Jr.), and struggles to balance her goals with her loyalty to her demanding boss within an uncrackable industry...

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