Music Review: “Chained to the Rhythm” by Katy Perry

When I saw the music video Chained to the Rhythm I got hooked with it from its odd theme park. We are visitors traveling in Katy Perry’s theme park in this video, which gives us strange rides to ride in. Everyone moves in ways not any average person would want to. Strange moves. There is also dancing. The lyrics are awesome and exciting to hear. There is a ride called The Great American Drop, but you have to go in, in order to experience it. The them park is called Oblivia I think. The song and music video is very entertaining and impressive in strange neat ways. I give this son four stars out of five. Four stars.

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Music Review: “Yesterday” by The Beatles

The song Yesterday by The Beatles is a great song. You feel like the past day you were in doesn’t matter anymore. All that matters is right now in the present. Once you think of yesterday you have to think of good memories you’ve shared with friends and families. The good times that you have had. The most important moments of your former past day. If you have had a bad experience yesterday forget about it and create a new good day. So, you can say that the next yesterday did feel like a good memory. Yesterday is a song to remember about happy times and then creating new ones. I give this song four and a half stars out of five. 4 1/2 out of 5 stars.

Music Review: “Young Guns” by George Michael

Young Guns is a song where girls misjudge some guys as jerks who are not. Their friends back them up by telling them that they didn’t do anything wrong. Boys go out with girls as cool young guns. This a cool bad image of a bad boy style. This song is real fun to dance with, because it is the right kind of wrongful. Maybe, to most women that the bad boys image isn’t cool, but to others it is. It is simply only for fun, and not to make it into a reality. I picked this song because it is cool in a dark bad image. I give this song three stars out of five. 2 thumbs up!

Music Review: “The Man Who Sold The World” by David Bowie

This song is mysterious in a creepy way. In the song, The Man Who Sold The World we get to see how the singer gets to meet this man and witnesses the bizarre stuff he does. He tells us that he had deep personal conversations with this man. We get to know The Man. He explains to David Bowie why he sold the world. This song was sung by another artist named Kurt Cobain from the alternative rock group Nirvana. However, the two versions from these two singers are different in styles and music. I love this song. It is my favorite David Bowie song. I also love the version from Nirvana. Both versions are awesome! I give this song three and a half stars out of five.

Movie Review, “Star Wars: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”

Star Wars: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is the movie prequel, that sets up the epic battle to the film, Star Wars: Episode 4: A New Hope. It is about a group of unknown rebels joining the Rebel Alliance on a mission to set out to steal the plans of the Death Star to haveimage any chance to destroy it. Actress, Felicity Jones portrayed very well as the character Jyn Erso in this Star Wars film.  This is an excellent movie prequel to the follow-up to, Star Wars: Episode 4: A New Hope. You see two short cameos from Darth Vader, and the only one cameo from Princess Leia is at the last scene of the film. I give this film 4.5 stars out of 5. Excellent film.

Music Review: “All I Ask Of You” by Jackie Evancho

I love the music from The Phantom of the Opera soundtrack. This song that Jackie Evancho has sung is beautiful and it brought many memories of the Opera play. She sings it very well. She is a true talent. Raul is the Phantom Opera who tries to seduce a woman he loves, but he’ll never get her. It is about how much Raul in the movie loves for that woman so much he can’t have her. So, he is uniformed as the Phantom of the Opera. At the beginning no one knows who is the mysterious phantom, but that is the beauty of the movie. This song I like the most, because you feel the compassion and sorrow of it all. I give this song three stars out of five. Three thumbs up!