Posted by: da_nibbler | April 3, 2009

Review: Nick and Norah’s Inifinite Playlist

What sounded like yet another teen flick turned out to be the best teen film I have seen since Juno. Utterly adorable and tongue-in-cheek in its approach the film shows us the events of one night in the lives of a few teens, that didn’t necessarily know each other beforehand.

More than just a vehicle for stars Michael Cera and Kat Dennings this film has it all. Two protagonists you root for throughout the entire film, great supporting characters, funny moments and most of all – one of the best soundtracks out there.

Music plays an integral part in the story of this film and director Peter Sollett really managed to deliver. As everyone knows sound is more important for a film than its visuals and to create the atmosphere that makes Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist stand out the way it does is mostly thanks to its soundtrack. The adorable story with our music lovers and the beauty and craze of New York City along with the funny supporting characters make this a must see.

This film reads like a love poem for New York City. The Before Sunrise version for the teenage and early twen age group. Underscored by an utterly fitting soundtrack, Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist plays to all our senses. Do not miss!


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