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Her family assumes she's a contestant, and burdened by the weight of their expectations, Meena doesn't have the heart to correct them. Ultimately, Buster will help her overcome her anxiety, face her fears and deliver the show-stopping performance her family always believed she had within her. Ash Ash is a prickly teenage porcupine with a punk rock attitude. She auditions for the competition with her egotistical, unsupportive jerk of a boyfriend Lance, but only Ash makes it as a finalist. In rehearsals, her rebellious nature continually puts her at odds with Buster, who envisions her as a pop star princess while she wants to write her own authentic rock songs that reflect her unique style. She'll have to go through a painful breakup, but in the end she'll prove her integrity and sing on her own terms. Mike Mike is a greedy, self-centered mouse with a Napoleon complex. His saving grace is that he's also a classically trained jazz musician who sings like Sinatra. Impressed by money, power and ostentatious possessions, Mike is constantly trying to be a part of a crowd that doesn't want him. His unwaveringly high opinion of himself will consistently be his downfall. Eddie Eddie is the black sheep of his wealthy family. After years of being spoiled and pampered, his parents have recently forced him to live in the pool house in a desperate attempt to make him more independent. There, he spends most days swimming, playing video games and begrudgingly doing mandatory household chores assigned to inspire maturity. Despite his rudderless existence, Eddie's a lovable and loyal friend who will help Buster get back on his feet at his most desperate moment. Special features The Making of Sing Finding the Rhythm: Editing Sing Character Profiles "Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing" Music Video Making a Mu
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There's also incredible lessons of trust, love, and believing in yourself. Not only is this movie a Must-See for everyone, but all ages will be absolutely swept away and have a fantastic time!!!
I see a lot of animation and, indeed, I seem to be enjoying it far more than live-action.
Well, if you measure true liking by how likely I am to purchase it on DVD.
I think this has something to do with /actually telling a story/, which many animated films do quite well but most live-action films currently being produced which I choose to see do not do well at all.