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Grammy Award-winner and rock legend Bob Dylan stars in this hard-driving "A Star is Born"-like, music-infused film about a striving musician (real-life pop star Fiona) drawn into the raw-edged lifestyle of fast-lane rock 'n roll -- and torn between two men and the different ways of life they represent. Written by Joe Eszterhas ("Basic Instinct," "Flashdance") and co-starring Golden Globe-nominee Rupert Everett ("My Best Friends Wedding"), this features appearances by Ron Wood (The Rolling Stones), Richie Havens, Ian Dury and Terry Williams (Dire Straits), with rockin' soundtrack written by Dylan, Neil Young and John Fogerty.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 5
- Fresh: 2
- Rotten: 3
- Average Rating: 4.2/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: Dylan performs well, though he looks a mite uncomfortable during the musical numbers. He certainly appears fitter than Everett whose voice is as wet and stilted as his performance.
Rotten: A half-baked rock'n'roll fable.
Rotten: Dylan's participation in such tosh should anger fans more than when he went electric.
Cridicts were haters
Me as a bob dylan fan i loved it i ve read about this movie the actors said the dialog in this movie was bad and there one part were they dont take it seriously and they laugh and bob dylan and rupert everett tried to change the some of the lines to the script to make it better but it is a good movie espiacally if u like bob dylan or fiona hope itunes put the soundtrack out soon u have to movie but no soundtrack com on i rather pay 10 buck than 120 bucks off of a webite just for a cd and im trying to collect all of dylan songs he has released so hope to see it soon but thanks for putting it on itunes
BE AN ANTHROPOLOGIST
This film is "Top Shelf Cheese" at it's best. It's fun to watch Bob act. He's so cool. How can anyone say anything bad about Bob? If you don't care for this film, you're missing something. It takes a lot of work to make a film. I say "Watch it."
Nice to See Fiona Here!
Cheesy movie that's badly written and badly acted by Dylan. But he songs a song at the end that makes it all worth it. And the three leads have real charm - if not much chemistry together.
Four stars for glorious cheese factor. This one is a rare time capsule.