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Ratings & Reviews

  1. mpho3's rating of the film Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey

    The "Slumdog" narrative is compelling, but Diaz shies away from anything meaty. Pineda's hurt when chastised for being too energetic on stage, but Diaz doesn't probe when he wonders if/how his own artistry will come through. When he meets Chicago's replacement singer, we don't get to see them commune. Beyond praising him as a clone, his Journey bandmates offer him no camaraderie. The film lacks any grit. 3.5

  2. Zach Franks's rating of the film Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey

    Brilliant. One of the most truly uplifting docs I've seen in a while. I do not consider myself a devotee of the band by any means, but you can't help but dig this guy's story. And it is told so well. This is an excellent movie. I dare you not to smile.