Movie Genre: Drama and Suspense
Rating: R (contains strong language and violence)
Starring: Miles Teller, J.K Simmons, Melissa Benoist and Paul Reiser.

Movie Information: Andrew (Miles Teller), a freshman drummer gets chosen to be in the top jazz orchestra of the country, which is mentored by a ruthless and cutthroat instructor, Fletcher (J.K Simmons), that uses harsh and brutal methods.

Movie Review: An extremely intense and immensely electrifying film that had astounding and amazing acting from both Miles Teller and J.K Simmons. This movie is highly unpredictable and very fast paced, with an incredible music score and fantastic camerawork! The humor in the movie is rather more dark and rough, but it still sometimes can be shamefully funny. The story also goes much more deeper and darker than just a film about the music and jazz industry, but a story about how people will go the distance to achieve their ambitions and dreams. Definitely a great watch, a high recommendation to check out the film, if you are looking for a good pulse-pounding experience and great music symphonies!

Bite by Bite Movie Details Score!
This is my originally created list of movie details, all having the maximum score of 10, and a minimum score of 0. These are just my personal scores on how I felt about the details of the movie, if you have any objections, disagreements or agreements too, feel free to comment back, let’s have a discussion!

Story: 9/10
Character Development: 9.5/10
Intensity and Climax: 10/10
Originality: 7/10
Discovery: 9/10
Emotional Connection: 9/10
Script: 8.5/10
Camerawork: 9/10
Soundtrack/Score: 10/10
Message: 9.5/10

Total average score: 9.05 out of 10 Popcorn Bites! 😀
Personal Grade: Awesome Sauce! A+


I’m serious when I say this is one of the best films I have watched, and for that I really think that there is no harm using 2 hours of your time to give this movie a chance! and I promise you, the ending is an extraordinary finale that you won’t wanna miss. So – Get Popcorn and Get Comfy, this is Captain Popcorn!

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