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The Beat Beneath My Feet (2014)

 |  Comedy, Drama, Family  |  20 July 2015 (UK)
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A teenage boy discovers his unruly neighbour is really a disgraced Rock God who "died" 8 years ago owing a fortune in unpaid tax. The boy agrees not to reveal his secret on condition that he teaches him the dark arts of Rock Guitar.


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Credited cast:
Verity Pinter ...
Simon Lowe ...
Christian O'Connell ...
Battle of the Band Host
Guitar Shop Man
Sally Vinyl
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Derek Allassani ...
Bouncer (as Derek Allasni)
Simon Allen ...
Council Worker
Saudiq Baoku ...
Patient in waiting room
Nathan Benson ...
Benjamin Colbourne ...


A teenage boy lives with his single mum in a flat in South London. Into the flat below moves an anti-social, former Rock God who faked his death 8 years ago. The teenage boy works out who the mysterious neighbour is and blackmails him into teaching him the dark arts of Rock Guitar. Written by Anonymous

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Tom: What happened to all your money? Don't you get royalties and stuff?
Steve: I lost it all.
Tom: You must have had such a good time.
Steve: I hope so, because I can't remember any of it.
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1If you like cheese and cringing and have no interest in good music you might like this film
18 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

Follows your standard battle of the bands plot and uses all the clichés that come with it. Which is fine because I had this expectation before watching the film. But what I was hoping for was something that would make the film stand out. Instead you get really mediocre music from the main character and so much cringe your face will hurt after watching this.

Every scene is just pure cringe and cheesy. I am talking people walking on stage one at a time to join in with his performance. The bully who has his own band throwing a fit in the crowd as his girl now flocks to the stage for the main character. Then paparazzi rush the stage to take photos of a boy doing a mediocre performance of a song consisting of about 4 chords... Roll into this some cheesy cliché songs with even cheesier music videos that the main character imagines in his head and this is everything this film has to offer.

It's pretty much the worst film I have ever seen! In fact I have never reviewed a film before but just had to after watching this I felt so strongly about how bad it was.

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