Film: Stars Fell on Alabama
Starring: Jason Burkey, Ciara Hanna, James Maslow
Director: V.W. Scheich
Reviewer: George Sylex
Overview - Stars Fell on Alabama is as delicate and affable as the sentimental blue grass tune that gives this unobtrusive, enchanting film its title. This anticipated sentiment may incline toward its sort shows, yet it is so forcefully healthy that obstruction is practically pointless. Of course, skeptics can jeer, and haters are going to despise, however this film is simply made for pre-teenager young ladies or grown-ups who nestle up and watch Lifetime.
At the point when we initially meet Bryce or Dixie as his school companions know him, he is chipping away at booking customer Madison Belle (Ciara Hanna) for a blockbuster job. In the interim, hit or miss, demigod beau Zane Thomas (Zebedee Row) needs to visit and fix things out. Not long after this and keeping in mind that trusting that the studio will settle on a choice, Bryce "books" Madison for a couple of days in Alabama. From one viewpoint, she can utilize the interruption from Zane. However, then again, there are power elements at play here and I'll discuss this quickly. Bryce is basically constrained into doing this since he's actually single and the entirety of his secondary school companions are hitched with youngsters. What alternate way spells accomplishment than by getting back a Hollywood star? Being Jewish, the pressing factor is something I'm all around acquainted with.
In spite of the fact that the film should be set in Alabama, it chiefly happens in Beaufort, South Carolina, which with its Palmetto trees covering its notable Bay Street, turns out only great as a foundation for a couple to begin to look all starry eyed at and cause a difficult situation. Bryce, otherwise called "Dixie," is extremely close with his secondary school companions despite the fact that he has not gotten back in longer than ten years. As southerners do, he is chastised for his absence of southern convention. Nonetheless, Madison acts the hero and has her impact, as she is an entertainer blasting on the scene, however subtly wants the job she is playing. Bryce gives Madison the Alabama code of "God, nation, and football," however not really in a specific order, to begin their end of the week in Willow Valley.
First thing, the something tricky I saw is the force elements in the film. Bryce Dixon is a Hollywood specialist. Madison Belle is Bryce's customer. Bryce carries Madison to the gathering under misrepresentations however I saw that when they do understand what's going on, he discloses to her that she'll have to get another specialist. Both screenwriter and chief are men so please think about this as some something worth mulling over. Be that as it may, when you set this aside, the film is a beguiling lighthearted comedy with an upbeat completion. Notwithstanding coordinating the film, VW Scheich additionally alters the film. There's some sly work particularly during a gathering football match-up with numerous camera points being used here. In any case, beside this, nothing too extravagant is going on.
Stars Fell on Alabama projects Bryce in what Hollywood specialists may call the Tom Cruise job. He is vain and living the L.A. dream, yet passing up the real world (and genuine affection) since he generally puts work first. Maslow is completely satisfactory in the job, seeming shirtless as regularly as the content by Robert Windom permits, yet he isn't extremely persuading as an old fashioned Southern kid. Unquestionably more great is Ciara Hanna as Madison. She delightfully grasps playing Bryce's better half and never causes it to feel like she is acting the job.
Final Word - Stars Fell on Alabama to a great extent plays inside kind standards without wandering far if by any means. Anxious to sustain provincial generalizations and classification sayings, this implausible lighthearted comedy joins recognizable thoughts regarding fame and millennial tattle to unremarkable impact.
A Cliched Rom-com Without Much Comedy or Romance!