How your life ever been changed by music? Listening to and learning about music can change your life in so many positive ways. I received complimentary tickets to preview Sing, but all of the opinions are my own. It looked like a cute movie with funny dancing and singing animals, but it was so much more. The movie taught how music can change lives.
Sing it Loud | Music Can Change Lives
The beginning scene sets the stage (pun intended) for the movie. You learn why Buster Moon loves the theater. Even though the theater isn’t doing great, he still believes in the magic of entertainment. One of the best things about the movie is that it showed the importance of music in peoples’ lives. Music and music education has so many positive life changing benefits.
Music can help with self-confidence. Meena had a huge problem with self-confidence. Even though, she had a beautiful voice she was so scared to get on stage. I know creative arts have helped me with my self-esteem.
Music can help with emotional health. Ever had a song get you out of a depressed state? Had a movie make you laugh so hard, you forgot you were mad? Music is good for the soul.
Music can help people connect. According to Patrick Groneman, “Music is a language of energy, a “vibe” of emotions and joy. It speaks to our core desires and feelings. It speaks to our core desires and feelings. It spans language barriers and political borders, making it a powerful means through which humans can connect.” In Sing, relationships get mended and the community comes together for a common cause.
Sing Movie Review
Even though I was having Zootopia flashbacks because of the similar utopian animal community, I was presently surprised that I loved this movie. I was expecting just modern pop music, but Sing shows the beauty of a lot of different genres and time periods of music. The movie features 65 hit songs! You will want the Sing Soundtrack.
Sing has a lot of funny moments and a few where I was almost crying, I think the lady next to me was crying. Kids all over were saying that the movie was so funny!
The event film stars Academy Award® winners Matthew McConaughey and Reese Witherspoon, alongside Seth MacFarlane, Scarlett Johansson, John C. Reilly, Taron Egerton and Grammy Award-nominated Tori Kelly.
Released by Universal Pictures, Sing arrives in theaters on December 21, 2016. www.singmovie.com