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Monday, January 12, 2015

The Identical DVD Review and Giveaway

The Identical, starring Ray Liotta, Ashley Judd, Seth Green, and Blake Rayne is a redemptive movie about a young man, the son of a preacher, who rejects his father’s desire for him to join the ministry and instead embarks on a career as a rock singer. As he struggles to pursue his dream and rise to stardom, he finds love, pain, success, failure and ultimately uncovers a hidden family secret that reveals who he really us. The Identical is a captivating story about a family restored and a life discovered that lifts your soul and warms your heart.

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OBM says:  I was really, truly, pleasantly surprised with this movie.  See, I "grew up" in Memphis, and so Elvis is kind of "been there, done that, got the t-shirt" for me.  And I was confused about this movie when I first saw information about it because it's not Elvis, but clearly he looks like Elvis, and sounds like Elvis, and his story (except for the whole twin thing) is similar to Elvis.  So I was afraid I wouldn't really care for it.  I was wrong.  I really, really liked The Identical.  I'll admit here and now that I still don't get why they went with making the main character so similar to Elvis (even living in TN-but Nashville-and with a home called Dreamland, not Graceland) when he could have had his own unique look and sound and it wouldn't have detracted at all from the film.  But other than that, it was excellent.  Ray Liotta was excellent as a preacher man, and Ashley Judd did a nice job as "The Identical's" mama.  But Blake Rayne as Ryan Wade/Drexel Hemsley-he is a remarkable talent.  The Identical did an excellent job of capturing the era as well, and the original score was authentic to the time period but refreshingly new.  It was a sweet, tender, entertaining, plausible movie that found me shedding a tear or two, and I'm so glad I had the chance to review it.

Now you have the opportunity to see it too.  It will be released to video on January 13, 2015.  And one lucky reader can win a copy for themselves by entering below.

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Sonya Caskey said...

I have not seen the movie at the theater.

Glogirl said...

No, I didn't see this movie in theaters. Today is actually the first time I have heard of this movie.

Emily said...

I didn't see it in the theater, but did see the trailer. It looks like a good movie.