For One Brilliant, Shining Moment...The American Dream Came True.
Selena Quintanilla was a major figure in Tejano music, a Grammy-winning recording artist, a beloved star in the American Southwest and Mexico, and seemed poised to cross over into mainstream popularity on the U.S. pop charts when she was murdered on March 31, 1995 by the president of her fan club. Written and directed by Gregory Nava, this biopic concentrates on Selena's relationship with her fami
A fun, safe, and light-hearted biography with a rushed ending that derails the whole film. However, because I loved Jennifer Lopez as Selena and the music portrayed, I give this a pass. Good entertainment at best.
Selena is one of my favorite movies of all time and favorite singer. Her voice and how she grew famous is all beautiful. Please watch!!!!!!
I may not like a lot of Selena's songs, but I do find some biopics to be interesting.
Selena however wasn't a very interesting movie for most of its runtime. The performances were well done, and especially those done by Jennifer Lopez and Edward James Olmos. Some of the scenes were shot a tad quick, but they were at least shot well.
Selena isn't entirely interesting, but it's probably the best biopic with Selena. But that's mostly because it's the only biopic involving Selena.
I loved Selena and will always adore this movie.
A+ A+ A+ out of A+. (A+)
You can't deny that Lopez does a fine job of bringing a character with such a sad story to the screen, but, in the end, it just wasn't all that compelling.
I get angry at the ending every. single. time. Why, Selenas? Why?