A rock'n'roll movie without sex and drugs? Tom Hanks' directorial debut is an anachronism and proud of it. This tale of 1960s teen-pop sensation The Wonders (as in "one-hit") is breezy and good-natured, with Steve Zahn providing most of the laughs. The title tune by The Knack's Adam Schlesinger gets heavy rotation; thankfully it's a Beatle-esque beauty.

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A rock’n’roll movie without sex and drugs? Tom Hanks’ directorial debut is an anachronism and proud of it. This tale of 1960s teen-pop sensation The Wonders (as in “one-hit”) is breezy and good-natured, with Steve Zahn providing most of the laughs. The title tune by The Knack’s Adam Schlesinger gets heavy rotation; thankfully it’s a Beatle-esque beauty.

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