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London Town

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In '70s London, a 14 year-old boy is introduced to the Clash by his estranged mother. It changes his life forever.
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Los Angeles Times
"London Town," to borrow from a certain foursome, isn't "burning with boredom," but neither is it exactly "calling."
October 06, 2016
Under the Radar
The plot synopsis suggests a rather mundane progression of events, and that's exactly what London Town delivers.
February 28, 2017
Film Journal International
Bland coming-of-age story with poorly written characters.
October 06, 2016
New York Times
The era's skinhead riots and striking workers - and Strummer's biting, pro-immigrant lyrics - are never more than window dressing in a movie that would rather scatter fairy dust than grit.
October 06, 2016
The story of the Clash is a fascinating one, and spotlighting a kid inspired by, but not a part of, the punk milieu has plenty of potential. But "London Town" just never burns brightly enough.
November 30, 2016
The movie's impersonal, conventional telling of a reasonably standard male coming-of-age story almost tends to make the punk milieu it depicts beside the point.
October 07, 2016
Hollywood Reporter
The raw vigor and protest of punk get co-opted by the movie's coming-of-age story; it's not the heartfelt sweetness that's the chief problem, but how run-of-the-mill and derivative the plot is.
October 06, 2016