However, the past will not die, it is screaming for resolution. Why is it that most sequels are never as good as the original movie? If you like the music of the 80's, you might do the same. The premise is that Eddie has been hiding out in Canada for twenty five years, cleverly disguised to look like Robert Goulet, while everybody back in the lower 48 who loved his music thinks he's dead. Eddie's problem, as the girl recognized on the street, is that he doesn't just love music -- he's searching for musical perfection. Cela cinéma est remplid'action, drame, romance, suspense et un humour.
This movie takes a questionable premise at best and makes it even more so; for instance, the gung-ho guitarist of Eddie's new band -- a band of scrappy, mostly '80s glam metal rockers who are rough around the edges and seem to be there to ensure that all the bad haircuts of the era are present and accounted for -- books a tour without telling anyone else in the band. The funny thing is that there I was playing with the greatest. It stars Marina Orsini, Bernie Coulson. You and Wendell coming here to play twenty years ago. When there are only two characters from the original movie who agree to be in the sequel, you know you're in trouble. It's pretty much straight Springsteen, with occasional flashes back to the simpler Rock of the early 60's. And equally mysteriously, they just accept his moods and dictatorial manner.
Why do they get made? For his part, Eddie likes her well enough to get jealous when she dances with another guy, so you can see where this is headed too. His relentless desire to make music pulls him back to the stage where he forms a new band and an even better sound. The film gives Eddie a love interest in the person of an artist who approaches him on the street, asking if she could paint his portrait because his face is so intriguing -- that of a guy forever looking for something he can't have, she says. Â Twenty-five years after his mysterious disappearance, EddieÂ experiences a sudden resurgence in popularity, thanks to the discovery of a previously unreleased recording. . However, the past will not die, it is screaming for resolution. She's not a big success as an artist, although she certainly has an expensive wardrobe, hairdo, and apartment.
This is a ludicrous and unnecessary sequel. Ceci directeur parvient à garder l'histoire cohérente, ensuite vous-même non perdez jamais la trace avec celui dont se passe. So they practice and practice, and eventually you knew this was coming, right? There is one sex scene, a montage with no nudity. In the early 1960s, legendary rock star Eddie Wilson disappeared from the limelight when he drove his car off a New Jersey bridge. Synopsis : Le cinéma dure 104 minutes, néanmoins celui-ci rien se sent pas avec cette façon lequel ceci cinéma est véloce puis celui ya plus de suffisamment de parcelles en même temps que vous tenir accroché. Trying to escape his past, Eddie changed his name and has maintained a quiet life in Montreal as a construction worker under the name Joe West.
He has a good day job in construction, where he seems to be a foreman, but even after so many years, music still calls to him. His relentless desire to make music pulls him back to the stage where he forms a new band and an even better sound. Meanwhile, record company executives release newly-discovered tapes from Eddie's last album and promotes a worldwide search for the mysterious rock star. Joe West has become both mentor and nucleus for his new band that dreams of making it big without knowing their mysterious leader is the real Eddie Wilson. But she's there for Eddie when he needs her.
This brings us to the ultimate mystery here -- why do artist girl and the boys in the band put up with him? I found it both comforting and enjoyable. Around the same time, his old record company is reviving his 1960's music, so you can see very early on where this is going. Even though this was made in the 80's, there is no disco, no rap, and none of what passes for music today. The band -- including construction worker Eddie and his new girlfriend -- somehow manage to go and immediately play packed houses on every stop. The film's content : A Montreal construction worker joins a band and turns out to be a long-lost rock star from 1960s New Jersey - none other than Eddie Wilson, who mysteriously disappeared after a road accident. Meanwhile, record company executives release newly-discovered tapes from Eddie's last album and promotes a worldwide search for the mysterious rock star.
Look, Wendell knew these guys that had a recording studio here. Everyone thinks rock star Eddie Wilson died in a car crash, but in fact he's started a new life in Canada as a construction worker. Perhaps the only positive thing to say about this movie is that it does attempt to convey the amount of time, effort, and practice that goes into writing and performing songs. Suspension of disbelief is put into serious question in nearly every scene. Like some Hollywood musicals of the 30's and 40's, without a great plot or really believable characters a film like this lives or dies on the music it offers, and fortunately, the music in this one is pretty good. As his new band hits center stage, Eddie finally comes to terms with his past, himself and his music. Eddie and the Cruisers 2: Eddie Lives! Joe West has become both mentor and nucleus for his new band that dreams of making it big without knowing their mysterious leader is the real Eddie Wilson.
It channels Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band very effectively. On bar televisions and construction site radios, Joe must continually be reminded that he used to be a rock star named Eddie Wilson, the leader of Eddie and the Cruisers, until he faked his own death 25 years ago after his record label hated the music he was trying to make at the time, music that is now seen as groundbreaking. For example, the scene where Eddie reunites with Sal, the former bassist of the Cruisers, by approaching him out of the blue on the beach 25 years after faking his own death, is an incredible monument to preposterous dialogue and bad acting and characterizes the ineptitude that defines this movie as a whole. Furthermore, whereas Eddie in the original movie came off as a kind of tortured artist with Olympian ambitions of making timeless music, the Eddie in this movie comes off as a bully and a tyrant in his dealings and behavior with his new band -- a band that doesn't have a name, by the way, even as they're booking shows left and right. Joe West Michael Pare is a Montreal construction worker with a secret past.