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The central joke of “Boy Band” is one that’s been made before. The story details the efforts of a singing group trying to come up with new music long after their prime, dealing with changes in trends, personalities, and body shape as they attempt to recapture what was lost over a decade ago. Writers Stephen J. Levinson and Joel Levinson (who also directs) are walking in established footprints with this material, inspiring them to add as much absurdity as a possible in the no-budget endeavor, which primarily takes place inside a single recording studio. At its best, “Boy Band” reaches a few Lonely Island-style patches of wonderful weirdness, unearthing a certain level of craziness when dealing with fried egos and the literal undead. However, the movie struggles to maintain energy, lacking consistent madness and fresh air to truly come alive. Read the rest at


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