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Feel the Noise (2007)

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BoxOffice: $5.9M

MPAA Rating
Rated PG-13 for sexual content, violence, some drug use, language and innuendos.

Running Time
1 hour, 26 minutes

Country USA

Production Companies
Nuyorican Productions, Sony BMG Feature Films

Studio Columbia Tristar

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Genre: Drama

Tagline: Dream out loud.

Plot: The street beats of New York City and Puerto Rico meet in this film from Alejandro Chomski (TODAY AND TOMORROW). Born and bred in New York City, Rob (Omarion Grandberry) dreams of making it as a rapper. When he becomes a wanted man in his neighborhood, Robís loving mother (Kellita Smith) sends him to Puerto Rico to stay with a father he never knew existed (Giancarlo Esposito). In an instant, Rob not only acquires a father, but a stepmother (Rosa Arredondo) and a stepbrother (Victor Rasuk), Javi, who also has dreams of making it big in the music world. Together, Rob and Javi are determined to put their imprint on the widely popular world of reggaeton, a musical genre combining reggae, rap, salsa, and bomba. With the help of Robís love interest, beautiful dancer C.C. (Zulay Henao), the duo just might hit the big time.

Jennifer Lopez is one of the producers of this ode to Puerto Rico and its culture, which showcases reggaeton and hot dance moves. Grandberry shows the softer side of Rob, who has good intentions at heart even though trouble seems to follow him everywhere. But Rasuk is the scene-stealer as Javi, Robís guide to all things Puerto Rican and reggaeton, and a talented musician in his own right. James McCaffrey appears as a big-time record executive who has more on his

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 Directed by
Alejandro Chomski
Today and Tomorrow, In the Country of the Last Things, A Beautiful Life
 Written by
Giancarlo Esposito
The Usual Suspects, Ali, Do the Right Thing
Rosa Arredondo
On the One, Quejíos
Omarion Grandberry
You Got Served, Fat Albert, Somebody Help Me
Melonie Diaz
Be Kind Rewind, Lords of Dogtown, Raising Victor Vargas
Victor Rasuk
Lords of Dogtown, Raising Victor Vargas, Stop-Loss
Charles Duckworth
Thirteen, Phat Girlz, Fat Albert
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