The catchy hits by The Four Seasons are indelible, but Jersey Boys, the drab movie based on the Broadway musical about those tunes, is sadly forgettable.
Everybody remembers it how they need to, asserts the tagline. Yet the only memorable aspects of the movie about the formation, success and breakup of the 1960s pop group are those falsetto-tinged songs that burrow into one's consciousness and refuse to let go. All else fades away (* * out four; rate...
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