Walking on Sunshine (2014) - Comedy, Drama, Musical

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Set to the music of popular hit songs from the 1980s. A beautiful coastal village, present day Italy. After a whirlwind romance, Maddie is preparing to marry gorgeous Italian Raf, and has ...

IMDB: 5.4
Director: Max Giwa
Stars: Greg Wise, Annabel Scholey
Length: 97 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 6 out of 35 found boring (17.14%)

One-line Reviews (15)

The story is your standard rom com boy meets girl, girl leaves boy etc. don't waste your time.

In other words, the plot, such as it is, is flimsy and contrived.

In fact, it's dancing merrily into theatres, so intent on recreating the unexpected blockbuster success of Mamma Mia!

It is a completely enjoyable film from the first moment to the last.

As you shouldn't with the predictable outcome of the movie.

This film is hopelessly twee, predictable, soul destroying and awful.

Worth watching!

With beautiful Italy for the backdrop and lots of fun costumes, this is a predictable but vibrant, enjoyable, summer chick-flick.

Fabled songs, good scenery, great choreography, entertaining storyline.

They weren't trying to make the movie the next big thing, they were trying to make it a happy, fun, enjoyable movie.

The storyline was very predictable and again Gilulio good looks made it bearable, as you had to wonder what he saw in either of the sisters...

The bad points are that it is completely predictable, the dance routines are pretty obvious (even as a non-dancer I can spot that they are not especially challenging) the cast includes two funny fat people (despite giving good performances, they are included solely for the sake of being funny fat people which, as a not particularly funny fat person, I object to), and the hot Italian blokes are indentikit and interchangeable (I accept that those who are fans of the male sixpack may feel differently).

Music was OK - storyline totally predictable, acting pretty rubbish.

Over all, story is very dramatic enjoyable, and some well-known songs successfully doubles its feature.

Semi-enjoyable summer flick .