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Shut Up and Sing (2006)

A group of guys who sang together in a college a cappella group reunite 15 years later to perform at a friend's wedding and discover how their lives have progressed -- and in some cases regressed -- since their college heyday.

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A group of guys who sang together in a college a cappella group reunite 15 years later to perform at a friend's wedding and discover how their lives have progressed -- and in some cases regressed -- since their college heyday.

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Comedy | Drama | Music

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Rated R for sexual content and language | See all certifications »

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Sing Now or Forever Hold Your Peace  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)

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$15,598, 29 April 2007, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$21,908, 11 May 2007
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Had to be re-titled "The Wedding Weekend" after a legal battle with the Weinstein Co over the use of "Shut Up and Sing" for the Dixie Chicks' documentary Shut Up & Sing (2006). See more »

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References Scared Straight! (1978) See more »

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I've Got the World on a String
Music by Harold Arlen
Lyrics by Ted Koehler
Performed by Brian Evans
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Couldn't watch more than 20 minutes...
13 March 2012 | by See all my reviews

I never review movies, but this movie got on my nerves so bad, I felt compelled to write about it. You may think me unfair to rate a movie so harshly after only seeing 20 minutes of it, but that was all it took to see that the dialog was horrendous (i.e. pretentious, annoying, irritating and unbelievable.) I wonder if the screenwriter was purposely making the characters douche bags, or if he thought he was making them hip and cool. The acting was not great, but it may, again, be the fault of the script. I would never be friends with people like this, and therefore, had no absolutely no interest in investing myself in their lives for one more minute.


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