Sing Now or Forever Hold Your Peace
Sing Now or Forever Hold Your Peace (2006)

SING NOW or Forever Hold Your Peace is an ensemble comedy about a group of men who sang together in an a cappella group in college. Fifteen years later they reunite to perform at a friend's wedding. During a long weekend rehearsing… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: March 8, 2006
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Consensus: An unconvincing retreat of The Big Chill, Sing Now lacks empathetic characters and good tunes.

Bill Goodykoontz
Arizona Republic

Take out all the elements of The Big Chill that made you like that film and keep the ones that annoyed you and you've got The Wedding Weekend.

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Jack Mathews
New York Daily News

Molly Shannon, as the raunchy wife of the group's most reserved member, is the best-known actor in the cast and its most obnoxious.

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Jason Heck
Kansas City Star

It's an inoffensive and unchallenging little film.

Tasha Robinson
AV Club

The title is the least of the film's problems; far more significant is its failed attempt to make its protagonists endearing instead of obnoxious.

Kevin Thomas
Los Angeles Times

The actors are well cast and effective. As a film, Sing Now, shot on location, is as attractive as its cast.

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S. Jhoanna Robledo
Common Sense Media

Indie buddy comedy hits too many wrong notes.

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Stephen Whitty
Newark Star-Ledger

One long sour note.

Andy Webster
New York Times

Its dramatic freight lurches, and intriguing characters (a sex savant, an Indian human beat box) are sold short; a thinning of the ranks might have helped.

Ted Murphy
Murphy's Movie Reviews

The cast veers from overly theatrical (Rogers) to amusing (Molly Shannon as Ted's wife Shannon, a woman who speaks her mind without thinking about the consequences) to spot on (Harbour, DeWitt, Basche, and several others).

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