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Sing Now or Forever Hold Your Peace

  • Film
  • 2 out of 5 stars

Time Out says

2 out of 5 stars

On paper, Sing Now sounds like a teensploitation romp. Seven college buddies spend a crazy coming-of-age weekend in the Hamptons; one guy can’t get laid, so his pals take him to a hooker, then to jail for a gay-panic interlude; a leggy Swede named Elsa says things like “I’m from Europe! We enjoy sex!” But the buddies here are neurotic, late-thirtysomething alums of an a cappella singing group, and the film is actually a whining, pseudosensitive look at men in midlife crisis. Their singing is pleasant, but the movie’s under pitch. (Opens Fri; Click here for venues.) — Adam Feldman

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