Yet another Netflix film about a high schooler who must overcome a lot of obstacles to fulfill her dreams. Auli’i Cravalho is good as Amber Appleton, a teenage girl with musical aspirations who has to juggle several jobs in order to get through high school. But 90 minutes do not do this movie any justice, which is part of the problem. There are a lot of things going on here, and as a series, this could have had potential. But as a movie, it just doesn’t work, at least for me. Still, there are some good moments here and there, but not enough for me to recommend it. Just like many other Netflix films of the same genre, “All Together Now” is easy to watch and just as easy to forget.
Categories: 2/4, comedy, drama, The Twenty-First Century
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