Band Aid


Comedy / Drama / Music / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 85%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 74%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 4,284


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April 7, 2019


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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by austin0731 7 / 10 / 10

A feel-good comedy about relationships and the meaning of being with someone

Band Aid is a musical comedy that starts off very light hearted, fun and quirky but ends up discussing genuine marital issues, what it means to be in a long term relationship with someone and getting over loss. All the while incorporating great, entertaining music. Starring Zoe Lister-Jones, Adam Pally and Ravi Patel the cast captures their respective characters very well, the two leads initially managing to capture the constant bickering of long married couples brilliantly in an almost too mundane but authentic way. While also managing the tenderness and genuinity of their relationship in several scenes that shows the love and care between the two. The film's first half is indeed quirky and fun as the characters from this band and begin singing about their arguments and what they hate about each other. There is a growing debate between the two as Pally's Ben considers himself a realistic and Lister-Jones' Anna is the 'dreamer' this conflict of characters drives most of the drama and conflict of the film but is also what ends up bringing them together towards the end of the film where the film takes a more serious turn discussing the ideas of meeting a middle ground and of compromise. Band Aid is a fun microcosmic view of human romantic relationships, a meditation of what it means to be with someone and issues of loss and the role of emotions. While also managing to discuss gender roles and the different ideologies that men as men hold and women as women hold, there is something very tender, soft but philosophical in the discussions of the film. Making Band aid a feel-good type watch that isn't taxing at all, a very easy watch.

Reviewed by courtney_london 8 / 10 / 10

Cute and Adorable Rom-Com with a great pair to lead the movie

This adorable little movie is a good, light watch on Netflix that stars some pretty great actors that make you laugh throughout the movie. Zoe Lister-Jones is actor, writer, director and producer of the film and also wrote some of the songs for the movie (how adorable right!?). The dynamic between Lister-Jones and co-star Adam Pally (who plays Peter Prentice in The Mindy Project, which is amazing) is funny, quirky and ultimately a good representation of a realistic relationship in current day. The movie starts with a simple "music will save our marriage" plot but as you discover more about the underlying issues the couple faces, the simple/unrealistic solution is avoided and a "more accurate" resolution of feelings becomes more pronounced. The drama/conflict in the movie, although realistic, is not all that dramatic (I mean this as it is not an over-the-top problem that you see in some rom-com's) so it does not make you HAVE to watch the movie. Corny and quirky at times, but has a cute, adorable nature that will have you enjoying the 91 minute story.

Reviewed by Laura Wood 8 / 10 / 10

Refreshing quirky down to earth engaging comedy

This film was such a pleasant surprise. It was really refreshing to watch two people who could be from my life and to have conversations that seemed real. Not clichéd or cheesy. The chemistry between the lead characters is incredible. I had to google to see if they really were in a relationship! Much enjoyed Friday night in, kind of uplifting film.

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