Feel the Noise


Drama / Music

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 11% · 27 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 42% · 100K ratings
IMDb Rating 3.0/10 10 4813 4.8K

Top cast

Zulay Henao as C.C.
James McCaffrey as Jeffrey Skylar
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820.12 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 29 min
Seeds 3
1.64 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 29 min
Seeds 4

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by tedthumb 3 / 10

3 because Zulay Henao

Feel the Noise was a joke. It earned a 5 because of Zulay Henao's hotness. I agree with other reviewers that this movie had no real plot or a decent script. I felt like I was stuck watching a long music video. Nothing about Feel the Noise was remotely believable. Omarion's character is wanted in NY by a Supreme McGriff type syndicate. The syndicate goes as far as trying to shoot him. He jams to Puerto Rico to hide out. When he comes back the syndicate threatens his mother. After all this build up Omarion ends up fighting one of the syndicate to make things okay. WTF? A NY crime syndicate tries to shoot him then decides a school yard street fight is good enough. LAUGHABLE nonsense. Westside Story had more urban action than this POS. Stay away unless you want see Zulay Henao who is a fox.

Reviewed by paul-darren 3 / 10

Instantly Forgettable.

Once in a while a Movie comes along that really stirs you. Inspires you to go out and realise your dreams. Or at least makes you glad to be alive. Unfortunately,this was not one of those Movies. I did make it through to the very end. Though this was mainly due to the batteries in my remote control having died and me having a bad leg. It was so instantly forgettable that when my partner came home and asked me what i'd done all day i was able to recall the ironing and clipping my toenails,but any semblance of having watched a Movie had completely disappeared from my mind. I only remember it now to write this because i've just had a phone call from the video store telling me it's overdue.

Reviewed by dbborroughs 3 / 10

Its not even worth seeing for the music

Guy from the Bronx wants to be a hip-hop star, however he's forced to flee to Puerto Rico when he has a run in with some bed guys. Generally it isn't a good sign when the selling point is that a film is produced by a movie star, in this case Jennifer Lopez. Done on the cheap I kept wondering why they couldn't get more money for a better cast and crew.The film is okay, but never really connected with me since its so specifically of a place and life style it fails to click as a story or larger importance. Whats worse is the music isn't very good, which is something I rarely say about urban dramas such as this. Its so abrasive and unremarkable that you don't want to watch the film simply so you won't hear the music.

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