A down-on-his-luck music manager discovers a teenage girl with an extraordinary voice while on a music tour in Afghanistan and takes her to Kabul to compete on the popular television show, Afghan Star.
Lena,a fresh graduate from university, launches a small candy shop in Beirut and realizes that her dream knight who broke into her life on a beautiful morning in spring by walking into her ... See full summary »
Ahmad Samir Farag
Jem mentions the term "Showtime synergy". This phrase was used in Jem (1985) to activate the holograms that transformed Jerrica Benton into superstar Jem. See more »
Jerrica's video on YouTube only has around 36,000 views. That would not be considered very much and would certainly not encourage a record label to sign her. Additionally Jem becomes a web sensation and gets a legion of fans after uploading only one video? See more »
Yes, Jem is glamour and glitter, fashion and fame.
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Part of the closing credits appear in the form of stickers seen on musical equipment. See more »
Why call a movie Jem and The Holograms but there's nothing close to the series at all.
The only quality of this movie was the song and the after credits, that's all. The actors were trying but the script didn't help them.
The direction of this movie was only good in the music parts because they were well choreographed, the other parts of the film the camera was shaky. The editing was horrible. There was no character development.
Please Hollywood don't ruin another great show.
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