JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS movie review

Millennials would be able to remember the musical animated series Jem with the live adaptation of the Hasbro hit. During the 90s, techno music, lights and bright pink costumes with rhinestone embellishments, we followed Jem in her adventure to fulfill her dreams. In this adaptation, we revisit the adventure and look and traveled to the present time with Jem and her friends.
I don't know if I forgot or am I really unaware of calling the band as Holograms until I've seen it last night. Believe me, all I remembered was Jem and her musical career. Bit by bit I slowly remember the details like 51N3RGY. It may be the fault of the local channel not showing the animated series on a daily basis.

In general, the movie is good and fit for the current young generation. Social media, video selfies and viral videos are included in this. Famous stars also got to cameo. Songs are fresh and the Jem's make up are still achieved patterned from the animated series. The musical experience is good and you can empathize with the characters of the story, especially to the adventure.
Jem and the Holograms opens on November 4, exclusively in Ayala Malls Cinemas. Directed by Jon Chu and Watch the trailer here:

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