Ned Lannamann, You must have fallen asleep during the movie and had to make this drivel up. If you are going to make it look like you listed every one of the stories then you should list them. There was a theater full of people that liked it when I saw it. They, at least, were awake. So were the hundreds who passed the word in earlier screenings and said it was good. Too bad they don't have the bully pulpit. The movie's stories are about the history of the Muscle Shoals sounds and the grit it took to bring it to the world. Maybe you just don't get grits...it's a southern thing. I saw it in Michigan at the 2013 Waterfront Film Festival with a professor of film who liked it. The audiences here were serious film buffs who had what it takes to appreciate the story and the film. I think your readers should make up their own minds since we obviously disagree here. Hopefully Portland moviegoers will ignore the critic there and be able to enjoy the story anyway. It should not be missed. I have no affiliation with the movie or with any of the people connected with the film. I just enjoyed it and think others will too if they are not misled by a critical review. I'm glad I saw it.
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