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Joyful Noise Movie Review

Joyful Noise Movie Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Jan 14, 2012
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

In the small town of Pacashau, Georgia, the Divinity Church Choir must break the mold if they want a chance at winning the National Joyful Noise competition! Kidzworld has the movie review of Joyful Noise, starring Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton.

Traditional Views

After the death of their choir director, Paster Dale appoints Vi Rose Hill to fill his shoes, even though G.G. Sparrow was the obvious choice. A stubborn woman, Vi Rose believes that the choir must stick to its roots, singing nothing but the traditional gospel songs. And her traditional views don’t stop there. She governs her teenage children with the same strict rules. But when G.G.’s grandson Randy (Jeremy Jordan) comes to town, all bets are off.

The Bad Boy

Randy is entranced by Vi Rose’s 16-year-old daughter Olivia (Keke Palmer). But his bad reputation makes Vi Rose nervous. He has ideas that could help their church choir finally make it to the National Joyful Noise competition. But Vi Rose would rather quit the choir than change her ways.

A Chance at Stardom

When their biggest competition gets disqualified from the championship, the Divinity Church Choir finally get their chance to shine. But Paster Dale refuses to sponser the trip to Los Angeles unless they keep with tradition, which means Randy will have no part in the show. G.G. must come up with a solution fast if she wants her choir to have a shot at winning the trophy.

The Bottom Line

The title says it all: Joyful Noise is a wonderful movie with moments that will make you laugh, moments that will make you cry, and songs that will send tingles down your spine. It’s a heartfelt film that the whole family will love.

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Joyful Noise Movie Rating: 5

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