“ONE DIRECTION. THIS IS US” MOVIE REVIEW. Groove, Gyrate, Go … It’s GREAT to be YOUNG.
“ONE DIRECTION, THIS IS US” PRESS PREVIEW
ONE CAN GET EASILY CARRIED AWAY BY THIS BUBBLEGUM POP GROUP CALLED “ONE DIRECTION”.
It’s a musical documentary spiced with loads of fun and is unashamedly crafted for a global young audience.
During the preview, you can actually sight the younger reviewers rooting for the band by stomping quietly to the beat.
“ONE DIRECTION, THIS IS US” cajoles you to rip off your facade cover, let your hair down, and revel in the merriment as an eager spectator.
You are ushered into the living room, the hotel room where the pop group is goofing around, inside the recording studio, the giant elaborate stage and the chauffeured cars that ferry them to and from the airport in countries where they perform.
The 5-boy group is called ONE DIRECTION.
This is their road movie,of course.
And this is their modern day success story, and they chime unanimously that it’s great to be young, as if we all don’t know.
All the pretty boy members of One Direction auditioned for the British talent contest “The X Factor” individually and were cut off individually sadly. But show creator Simon Cowell had ambitious plans and decided to have them compete as a group, whereupon they made it to third place before launching to global stardom.
If you’re not a teenager, you may not be too intimately familiar with One Direction, the world’s current reigning bubblegum boyband.
Now, they are living a public life where they are constantly hounded by screaming pubescent girls the world over.
ONE DIRECTION: THIS IS US is an intimate all-access look at life on the road for the global music phenomenon.
Weaved with stunning live concert footage, this inspiring feature film tells the remarkable story of Niall, Zayn, Liam, Harry and Louis’ meteoric rise to fame, from their humble hometown beginnings.