It has a good beat, and you can dance to it.
Tom Hank’s directorial debut is a blast of pure fun, even in its more-serious moments, boppin’ along as small-town teens hit the big time.
The “Oneders” aren’t built for the long run, but they pack a sweet, fizzy high as they ride a brief wave of popularity based around a hit song they’re unlikely to ever duplicate.
Fame is a fickle mistress, and if the lads eventually go their own way, there’s always hope.
This is the 25th anniversary of the film – perfect time to stage a reunion tour.