Eddie and the Cruisers is a well-known American musical film made in 1983 by the famous director Martin Davidson through a screenplay written and directed by Arlene Davidson. The film was released on the 23rd of September 1983 in the United States of America. The movie was made with a massive budget of 5 million US dollars, but the movie box office collection was 4.7 million US dollars. The film was not very successful at the box office. Still, when the movie’s television release happened, people got to know the primary reason for the movie’s success and why the storyline was famous. After the website release of this film, it also received a lot of recognition and success.
Storyline and Premise of the movie Eddie and the Cruisers
The Plot of the film Eddie and the Cruisers was based on a woman who used to read news on television and was taking up a story of 1960 related to a rock band whose leader was Eddie Wilson. He was lost, and the major review of The reporter was that the leader of the band is still alive, and while the search for the missing tapes has been done, the tips that were never released for an album to the band. It is said that the band will never die, but suddenly the band’s lead artist vanished in 1964. His body was also never found despite a massive search by the police. After 20 years of the leader’s disappearance, the band’s songs became very successful and famous again and received a lot of fame.
Characters and Cast of the movie Eddie and the Cruisers
The film’s lead characters are very famous and successful, and the actors who represented the characters did an exceptional job in portraying the roles. Tom Berenger described the lead character of Frank Ridgeway. The character of Eddie Wilson is an essential character represented by Michael Paré. Joe Pantoliano represents the character of Doc Robbins in the film. Matthew Laurance played the character of Sal Amato. David Wilson was seen playing the character of Kenny Hopkins. These were the lead characters of the film. Apart from these, they have been recurring characters in the film that would be essential parts of the film.
Development Details of the movie Eddie and the Cruisers
The development of the overall film was gradually done through the director of the film Martin Davidson itself, who loved music for a long time and wanted to make a film through the music itself. The director of the film personally selected the movie’s lead cast and wanted to make the movie successful and exceptional by making proper investments in it. The producers produced the film successfully and received many successful reviews regarding its productions and the places where the shooting was done. The film was also renewed for a second edition religious in 1989, and the other life of the lead character of the film Eddie Wilson was described.
Release and Overview of the movie Eddie and the Cruisers
The movie Eddie and the Cruisers were successfully released on the 23rd of September 1983 in the United States of America. The movie received a budget of 5 million US dollars, and the box office collection of the movie was 4.7 million US dollars which is regarded as a loss for the producers of the film. In 1984 the film also received then additional audience after it was released through HBO, so a re-release of the film was also done for one week based on the successful screening of the movie on the cable channel. Still, the film again filled to make proper collections and performances at the box office, and the director of the film mentioned that the picture won’t have been that successful in the theatre but would be successful on a television channel.
Critical Reception and Reviews of the movie Eddie and the Cruisers
The movie was not very successful in terms of the reviews provided by the critics, and the critics eventually gave the film four stars though it consisted of very good cars and terrific ratings. The Rotten Tomatoes rating of the film was 38% which was very low. At the same time, the other responses to the film were also very low, making the movie not very successful in terms of the reviews provided by the critics and the audience; on the other hand, how the movie was made and provided editing of 6.9 out of 10 to the film making the film a bit successful. The website release of the film became successful, and the reviews provided through the cable channels were successful.