Watch Raise Your Voice
- 1 hr 43 min
Raise Your Voice is a beautiful film that takes the story of a young woman trying to find her voice and make it big. The movie stars Disney actress Hillary Duff in a comedy, romantic, and drama film of reaching your dreams and continuing on with life. Raise Your Voice was created to teach people how to love your life and develop your confidence to help you reach for your dreams. This movie definitely takes you on a big ride that can make you feel as if every dream is possible to achieve. The movie begins showcasing how Terri Fletcher is a dedicated young high school student who loves to sing. She tries her best to go after her singing dream and hopes to attend a strong music program that can help her develop her voice and possibly win a scholarship of $10,000. She, however, finally gets accepted, but she has yet to win the money as only one winner can get the $10,000. Her father, however, is very reluctant of her plans, as he had hoped to be a performer when he was younger but didn't continue on with his dream because of the need to care for his ill parents at the time. He then feels resentment towards Terri's plans. Terri and her brother, however, are somewhat very close. Her brother fully supports of her dream, and he then gives her tickets to a concert of Three Days Grace and sneaks out of the house despite being grounded. On their way home, she finds out that her brother has died in a horrific car crash and she luckily survived. She feels bad about going to the school, but her Mother encourages her to continue on into the music program. As the story progresses, she realizes that music isn't exactly the easy career she had hoped for. She struggles deeply with her pursuit to try and win that $10,000. She meets a few people there who deeply care for her, and others who literally despise her. In the film, she later on finds out that the one who sent in her music pieces and homemade videos to get her into the program was her brother before he died. She decides to create a song in memory of her brother in hope that she would win the $10,000 with her brother's memory. The film is definitely a good one compared to other music related films, and it is a movie worth watching for the whole family.