'Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey' -- 2 1/2 stars

<b>No Rating; 1:45 running time</b><br><br>He is a man with a golden set of pipes and a true belief in the lyrics contained in the Journey standard referenced by the title, the one heard at the end of "The Sopranos" to such memorably unsettling effect. It's easy to like the movie, though there's not much of a movie there. Writer-producer-director Ramona Diaz goes only so far into the nitty-gritty of Pineda's harsh childhood ("broke" and "angry" are two of the words Pineda uses to describe himself at a young age), his battles with drug addiction and alcoholism, his efforts to make his music pay. -- Michael Phillips<br><br><a href=http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/movies/sc-mov-0306-dont-stop-believing-20130307,0,1471578.column>Read the full "Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey" movie review</a>

( March 7, 2013 )

No Rating; 1:45 running time

He is a man with a golden set of pipes and a true belief in the lyrics contained in the Journey standard referenced by the title, the one heard at the end of "The Sopranos" to such memorably unsettling effect. It's easy to like the movie, though there's not much of a movie there. Writer-producer-director Ramona Diaz goes only so far into the nitty-gritty of Pineda's harsh childhood ("broke" and "angry" are two of the words Pineda uses to describe himself at a young age), his battles with drug addiction and alcoholism, his efforts to make his music pay. -- Michael Phillips

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