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Plot Summary:
The story of music legend Terri Hooley, a key figure in Belfast’s punk rock scene. Hooley founded the Good Vibrations store from which a record label sprung, representing bands such as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts.
Director
Lisa Barros D’Sa
Top Cast
Jodie Whittaker as Ruth

Liam Cunningham as Davy

Richard Dormer as Terri Hooley

Patrick O’Kane as Hatchet


Good Vibrations 2012 720p.BluRay

809.93 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 43 min
Seeds 1.

Good Vibrations 2012 1080p.BluRay

1.64 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 43 min
Seeds 7.

Good Vibrations review

Reviewed by Red-Barracuda

7 / 10

An entertaining music biopic
This is a biopic about Terri Hooley, the owner of Good Vibrations record shop and record label. His biggest claim to fame was in getting The Undertones seminal single Teenage Kicks to DJ John Peel. Considering that this became Peel’s favourite song of all time, this is something of note. I hadn’t heard of Hooley, or Good Vibrations but this isn’t too surprising seeing as – aside from The Undertones who were only involved with him briefly – the other punk bands on his label were very minor players such as The Outcasts and Rudi. It’s probably fair to say that the movie overstates the significance of Hooley and of Belfast as a punk capital.

Nevertheless, this is still a good film. It successfully illustrates how punk rock served a different purpose in Belfast compared to most other places. It happened during the height of The Troubles and music was a means of bringing people together from both sides of the fence, while the youthful anger of punk rock tapped into something very relevant in a population living in grim times with the fear of violence a constant situation. To help give a better feel for the times there are actual newsreels from the period spliced into the story. Although the politics always hover in the background and never really move into the central ground of the story. This is above all a story about the love of music and its power to overcome wider concerns. Although, admittedly it failed to bring an end to the civil war, seeing as it lasted for a further twenty years.

The story is a fairly standard feel-good biopic with a little bit of adverse drama thrown in about two thirds of the way in. In fairness, it’s only being true to its source material which is fairly slight to begin with. The period setting is captured quite well in its beige horror although there were some (very) dodgy wigs on display. This will connect most with folks who remember the punk times, especially ones who were in Belfast at the time. But it is a good film about a minor piece of music history.Read More