When Rock Star singer Alex Wonderboy is electrocuted he leaves behind a son who is raised never knowing who his real father is. Years later when the band Northern Light Orchestra is drafted...
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When Rock Star singer Alex Wonderboy is electrocuted he leaves behind a son who is raised never knowing who his real father is. Years later when the band Northern Light Orchestra is drafted into the Hall of Fame the band's manager Chuck hires Teresa to work out the contract for their new tour and induction. As the story unfold Chuck realizes that Teresa's son is the son of his friend Alex Wonderboy. Written by
It is not often that you see a rock and roll picture that captures two different eras the wild 80's and modern times. Hall of Fame does. Although it share a title with the Cleveland Rock hall of fame outside of actually being filmed partially in downtown Cleveland it has little to do with the actual Hall of Fame and more to do with the life of a rock and roller or more precisely the child of a deceased rock and roller. We have all seen the different rock star children as they have grown older Dylan's kid Joe Walsh's daughter Steven Tyler's daughter but what about the child who inherits his father's talents but never gets to meet him That is the subject of Hall of Fame is our talent something inherited like the color of our hair our eyes.. It is inevitably written in our DNA who and what we will be is this God's gift to us choosing us for a specific task at a specific time.
That is the beauty of Hall of Fame without judging others it present a great story and draws you in with great acting and music.
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