THE RIGHT CHORD Lifestyle magazine praises Summer’s innovative musical approach.
A FAN of the novel on which Something Like Summer is based reviewed the film for Hypable.com, calling it a faithful adaptation that “absolutely blew me away.”
‘TENDER AND SWEET’ Ahead of Something Like Summer‘s West Coast premiere in San Diego, EDGE Media Network reviewer Kilian Melloy said the film “strikes emotionally resonant chords, finding spots of surprising tenderness and sweetness.”
With Something Like Summer‘s West Coast premiere just around the corner, Rage Monthly, a Southern California magazine, proclaimed the film “a winner that’s shaping up to be one of the most popular entries on this year’s LGBT film festival circuit.”
Demonstrating continuing international interest in Something Like Summer, an Italian cinema website found some merit in calling it “the gay version of La La Land.”
Miami Art Zine called Something Like Summer a “charming wish fulfillment fantasy [that’s] pretty difficult to resist.”
Queerguru, a Miami-based culture and entertainment blog sang the praises of the musical, Something Like Summer, on the eve of the film’s April 22 Southeastern U.S. premiere at the MiFo Film Festival.