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Jonathan Patrick Moore,
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It is one of the best movies that best movies i watched in 2012 till now.The story is completely different which brings the nicest musical feelings.And i'm sure you feel yourself falling in love with Music.This movie allows you to bond with some characters and as you follow those characters through your life and teach you to always be honest,stay true.'Rags' is truly one of those films that makes u feel happy about one's self for watching, and leaves you with the feeling that music can change the hearts, even if only through one heart.It's about working towards one's goals, commitment and believing in one's self.I think that this movie is great. The actors are very talented and look very smart and real, as if it happened really.I would recommend it to people of all ages.
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