Movie Review: Jem and the Holograms (’15 Jon M. Chu)

I couldn’t really fault the film since I haven’t seen the original. So the comparison isn’t really part of my perspective when I decided to take a good seat for the film. Look, Jem and the Holograms isn’t perfect. At times, it lacks humor and entertainment value. But it still – for me – a decent flow. The phasing was okay. The writing is flawed but it had potential. The leads and actresses were fine, sometimes annoying. Ryan Guzman is freakin’ hot and a gorgeous human being. The film is a fine piece with parts that are arguably senseless and underbaked. 5


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