Cadence’s parents have always believed that she has musical talent, especially since they own a record label, but she has never been sure of herself. However, when she and two of her friends discover that they have an ability to play music together, they decide to pursue this ability secretly. However, the time comes when they have to reveal their secret if they want to make a difference, so they’ll have to decide what they’re going to do.
Production Quality (1.5 points)
As a first-time production, A Perfect Chord is mostly average, which is fine for beginners. Video quality is fine, and camera work is pretty good. Audio quality is what is should be, but the soundtrack is quite silly. There is some odd lighting throughout, and sets, locations, and props are slightly limited. Finally, editing isn’t perfect, but it isn’t horrible either. Thus, the bottom line is that this is a fine starter production with some definite areas to build off of in the future.
Plot and Storyline Quality (0 points)
Unfortunately, this plot is as silly as the description suggests. It lacks any real focus and is really just a collection silly scenes of activities of daily living and forced comedy. The conflict therein is also very forced and fake. There are too many montages that stunt character development. They need further deepening since they are based on awkward dialogue and a bunch of silly high school conversations. Basically, this story feels like it belongs in a short film rather than in a feature length one. This idea is much too thin and really has no purpose behind it. It’s hard to see how the creation of this film was justified.
Acting Quality (0 points)
This cast is amateurish, but they don’t really have much support. They are too awkward and lackadaisical in their performances. Line delivery is underwhelming and emotions are not believable. Also, makeup is all wrong. In the end, this film has a lot of areas for improvement that should have been worked out before it went to distribution.
It’s likely that Kingdom Sight Studios means well, but their work has a lot of refining to do. Production is off to a good start, but it needs to be developed further. They need to determine the purpose behind their plot ideas and clearly communicate this purpose. Finally, they need to employ some acting coaching to draw out the potential in their cast members. In the end, time will tell how much improvement this studio undergoes.
Final Rating: 1.5 out of 10 points