It wasn’t necessarily disappointing because it had some moments that you’d expect from Cameron Crowe, some of those moments that make me love his movies. But it still felt like something was missing. It didn’t really go anywhere. There didn’t seem to be a definitive moment like there was in Jerry Maguire or Almost Famous, the latter of which is my favorite of all his movies.

The performances were good, and the music, of course, was awesome. I swear I could just sit and listen to Nancy Wilson play her instrumental compositions. They are simply lovely.

I don’t regret seeing it at the theater; it was a matinée, after all. But most people might want to wait to see the DVD. Unless, ladies (or the fellas that are so inclined… not that there’s anything wrong with that… 😉 ), you wanna see Orlando Bloom (mrawrr). Then, by all means, go see him on the big screen! 😀


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