Blues Brothers is a famous American comedy film made in 1998 and was the sequel to the very favourite film made in 1980, The Blues Brothers. The Second Edition of the film was very successful and received a lot of success not only at the box office but also received famous reviews in terms of the critics and got a response from the audiences who watched the movie. The film was successfully released on the 6th of February 1998 in the United States of America. The lead producers of the movie produced it together to make the film very successful for both the critics and the audience.
Synopsis and Storyline of the film Blues Brothers
The storyline of the film Blues Brothers was very successful, and one of the primary reasons for the film’s overall success was that the movie’s story revolved around Elwood. He was successfully released from prison and is again listed by Mary Stigmata in her latest perceptions of raising funds for all children in the hospital. Again, from the road of United, the band also win Big prizes at the band’s battles, which are pursued across the country by the corps led by Curtis’s cable. The movie’s synopsis has been very successful and has been famous across the audiences making the movie successful.
Cast and Exclusive Characters of the film Blues Brothers
The cast of the film Blues Brothers has also been very successful and famous and successful, and the lead actors in The United States of America of the generation were taken in the movie for performing, who did a very exceptional job as well. Dan Aykroyd represented the lead character of Elwood. Erykah Badu represented the character of Queen Moussette. Eddie Floyd played the Character of Ed. The actors like Kathleen Freeman, Steve Lawrence, Frank Oz, and Shann Johnson have been an important part of the movie and gained a lot of recognition through the pill, making the movie very successful as well. The cast of this particular film was similar to the first edition of the film and helped the movie to be very famous and successful.
Development and Production of the film Blues Brothers
The Blues Brothers began development after the release of the first edition of the movie in 1980. Since then, the producers of the film started planning the Second Edition of the movie and the movie was successfully developed after that itself. The production and development of the movie were very successful, and the movie also made a record of destroying the most number of cars in any course of production. The total number of cars destroyed in the film was 112 cars. The film’s cast was finalized within a very short amount of time, and the work of the movie also began on time to release on a particular date.
Release and Box Office Collection of the film Blues Brothers
The first edition of the movie was released 1980 on the 20th of June 1980 in the United States of America. The film was made with a 28 million US dollars budget and successfully collected 115.2 million US dollars. The Second Edition of the film was successfully released on the 6th of February 1988, and the film gradually collected 14 million US Dollars at the box office. It was also screened at a film festival through which it received much recognition. A video game was also designed through the series and was released on November 17th, 2000. The movie has become very famous and is one of the major reasons for the franchise’s overall success.
Critical Response and Reception of the film Blues Brothers
The first edition of the movie received a very successful response from the critics, and one was one of the major reasons for which a second edition of the movie was made. The first edition of the movie received a rating of 7.9 out of 10 on IMDB, and the movie also received an overall rating of 73% from Rotten Tomatoes. The Second Edition of the movie did not becomes as successful as the first edition of the film because the Second Edition of the movie received an IMDb rating of 4.9 out of 10, which was very decent. The film’s overall rating from the critics on Rotten Tomatoes was near 47%, which was also very decent, so the overall movie did not directly succeed based on the audience.