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The Best and Worst Films of 2012 So Far
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Jul 23, 2012 9:56AM
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I really enjoyed this movie and thought the "story" was great....what are they talking about??  Dumbies
Jul 23, 2012 7:03AM
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I know i enjoyed some of the parts of this movie, but my mother enjoyed all of it
Jul 23, 2012 6:37AM
Jul 23, 2012 5:52AM
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I don't think Dolly's latest lift could have last long enough for her to wait for another opportunity.  She's pulled tighter than Joan Rivers, and I didn't think THAT was possible!  Woof!
Jul 23, 2012 2:24AM
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I wouldn't say it totally sucked, it was just very predictable and been touched on already. I liked the fact they had a mixed church. Always like to see that diversity.
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The Best and Worst Films of 2012 So Far

"Joyful Noise"

Featuring Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah as competing choir directors, "Joyful Noise" traded in cheap gags at the expense of its stars and also had a tired, star-crossed lovers plotline creaking up the film between the musical numbers, never mind killing Kris Kristofferson's character just to get the movie started. A crowd-pleaser that wasn't, "Joyful Noise" was a master class in how to make a buddy comedy with the accent on shrill, sour cacophony instead of harmony and heart. Dolly Parton made her return to the big screen with this film after a 20-year absence; would that she had waited a little bit longer.

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