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I enjoyed the first film and was excited to see they created a fresh one along the same lines, but was disappointed after watching it. I had hoped for some originality but it seems they just replaced the Devon hero with a woman who does the same things that got him in problem and acts out during performances. I also don't understand why they couldn't test scenes of the band now testing the melody instead of testing some soundtrack over their movements that didn't mesh with what they were doing. As someone who marched in marching band and drum corps, it was distracting to tell the least that the melody and the action didn't match. I would have expected better from a film about marching.
To begin off, I do not think it was absolutely horrible, but it also wasn't very nice either. One of the nice things they did, your eyes won't be sorry you watched this movie, there is plenty of sexy eye candy for women and boys. Overall this film seemed a lot lighter than the first. Some of the acting was either over the top or below the bar. The actor testing Kevin Taylor- they could have picked someone else, he just doesn't fit the role. Nickname Cannon's short reprisal of his role felt forced and fake. The storyline was method too predictable, you knew that ANT was going to win, you knew that the white man and black woman would receive together, you knew that the gay guys crush was on the down low, etc. But I guess what else is there to expect from this kind of movie, originality? Also, a lot of the band melody and step moves were just watered down copies of the first movie. There a several nice moments like when the lead actress is trying to support her boyfriend receive past family drama. Also the role they had for one of the characters testing the butthole/meathead, he didn't wish a woman on the line, they never resolved this, the hero did not repent of his methods or receive his comeuppance. This was type of annoying, a terrible hero just stays terrible with no consequences? One of the nice things about the first film was seeing how Nickname Cannon's hero went from an arrogant punk to being a squad player. Well that's my 2 cents, take it or leave it, you won't miss anything if you don't watch this movie.
The original Drumline was a surprising tiny gem, given its existence was mainly to propel Nickname Cannon's career forward. The movie was a touching movie that showcased exceptional marching band choreography alongside a main hero whose actions and faults were because of the choices he made rather than justified by the things he lacked, such as a father figure and a stable homelife. Given its cute thin plot and foreseeable turnout, the movie made arriving to that end conclusion fun, all thanks to writing that went above and beyond.On the another hand, Drumline: A Fresh Beat shows exactly the type of movie the original Drumline could've been if it was written without the themes and wit that made it a movie to resonate and embrace. Caught up in a series of vague internet articles about the potential its creation and release - and whether or not its original star Nickname Cannon would even be a part of it - before finally arriving twelve years after its predecessor, the movie is a perfunctory mess of proportions that are unfortunately expected given its relatively low-key release on primary cable, with that specific channel being VH1 nonetheless.The movie revolves around Dani Bolton (Alexandria Shipp), an well-off woman from Brooklyn, who goes vs her parents by attending Atlanta A&T University and testing in the school's renowned marching band over going to medical school. As a result, she's slash off in terms of finances and has to resort to getting a job, which is a large deal in the first half of the movie but a nonexistent trouble in the second half. Moreover, Dani's participation in the A&T drumline warrants her becoming one of the several female members of the drumline and the first female section leader, much to the dismay of the upperclassmen drummers; even her cousin Tyree (Jeff Pierre) finds his tiny cousin a threat and a potential distraction to the band.This causes problem for marching band coach Sean Taylor (Leonard Roberts), who struggles to maintain any type of control of his marching terrible amidst conflicts of interest between the marching band members. At one point, when the squad turns violent vs a competing team, he brings in Devon Miles (Nick Cannon), the actually rich and popular percussionist whose roots began at A&T, for a pep-talk in the film's most entertaining scene.The word for Drumline: A Fresh Beat is incredibly perfunctory, as it feels like it is simply cycling through important emotions and plot points in order to transport from mission A to B in the simplest manner. Not to mention, the movie has an usually brisk pace to its narrative. At the fifteen minute tag in the film, we are already watching Dani run into her first conflicts within the drumline at college, after watching her graduate, war with her parents, arrive at college, meet her roommate and her friends, and receive acquainted with the drumline in the previous minutes. The movie moves unusually quickly, and tries to tackle far too many bases on emotional, conflicting, and relationship levels, including a terribly corny relationship between Dani and Jayven (Jordan Calloway), a fellow drummer.Even the choreography in the movie is decidedly-lesser than the original film, maintaining a lvl of interchangeability when the first movie not only remained entertaining in the structure of its percussion numbers but its editing. Drumline: A Fresh Beat's highest mission in terms of musical performance and choreography is when the A&T marching band performs an infectious ver of The Gap Band's "You Dropped a Bomb on Me," but even then, it's too late for the movie to reach any lvl of buoyancy after the abundance of monotony we have seen.Drumline: A Fresh Beat's coffin-sealing nail comes in the form of how desperate of an attempt this feels at garnering momentary views and generating some sort of social media buzz. Throughout the film's premiere on VH1, incessant adds pop up urging fanatics to visit VH1's site to further promote or endorse the film, "#Drumline" appears in the corner of the screen for the whole film, and even the characters in the movie feel like simplistic millennial archetypes, taking selfies at random times and testing on their smartphones throughout the film, as if they are their parents trying to remain relevant. The movie feels like nothing more than a shot fired from a flare gun, attempting to create some sort of noise, if momentary, just to test and catch your attention. You have a choice as a consumer and a viewer; you can either give it unnecessary, unwarranted attention, or give your undivided attention to one of the many winning movies in your local multiplex this awards season. The decision, as always, is up to you.Starring: Alexandra Shipp, Leonard Roberts, Jordan Calloway, Jeff Pierre, Lisa Arrindell Anderson, and Mario Van Peebles. Directed by: Bille Woodruff.
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