August is a strange month for film. It’s when the few remaining “big” movies get released, some just pushed out the door in the hope that enough people will be bored. These are the films their parent studios are just a little unsure about. They could be good! They could be bad! They could be Suicide Squad (which is bad). But still, as always, we make the picks.
Sing Street is all about risks — in the film and outside of it. John Carney’s low budget flick probably has no business being as good as it is and yet there it stands, towering above almost every if not all other movies made this year so far as film quality goes.