Can a Song Save Your Life? (2013)

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Can a Song Save Your Life?: Directed by John Carney. With James Corden, Keira Knightley, Mark Ruffalo, Hailee Steinfeld. A chance encounter between a down-and-out music-business executive and a young singer-songwriter, new to Manhattan, turns into a promising collaboration between the two talents.

“First, I love that you put the song, Thinking About Your Love, by Skipworth and Turner, in this movie! Iu0026#39;ve always loved their songs, beat and talent. Great choice. The original music was also quite good! Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightly were great, as well as his wife, Catherine Keener, who is always great, and the daughter, Hailee Steinfeld. I love the whole idea of the movie. I could imagine it was fun from the moment John Carney wrote it and set about making it in to a movie. The idea for an album is too clever. Toying with love interests also kept the movie intriguing as did the creative process that was always at work, throughout the movie. My number one judge of a good movie is did it hold my interest and this movie definitely did. I think another way of putting it would be, did the movie seem like it did not seem long, whatever the length of the movie, if it didnu0026#39;t seem long, then it worked, because you lost track of time by being drawn in to the story and characters. Great story and movie! I definitely recommend people go see it and hope it catches fire, because itu0026#39;s much better than most of the movies that are out this summer.”

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