I first watched Sing Street in 2017 and my brain has been playing Drive It Like You Stole It nonstop ever since.
As I grow older I find myself more and more captured by movies like this one. Movies that don't necessarily contain never seen before plots and out of this world characters, but yet manage to capture the true essence of life in a unique way that moves me immensely. A magnificently captured collection of little moments that were as sentimental as they were hopeful and that made up a small window into the lives of these amazingly curated characters.
I had the joy of watching this movie in a theater full of people. I'm telling you there was not one person left unaffected by what was happening on the screen.
Rarely does a movie succeed to make you feel all of the human emotions, let alone a movie based on a book of classic literature known to pretty much everyone.
Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh and Eliza Scanlen were the perfect March sisters, while Greta Gerwig made yet…