ByEsteban Cepero, writer at Creators.co
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Esteban Cepero

The 1985 classic cartoon Jem and the Holograms has finally made its way to the modern world! The film was a really fun, musical adventure. It shows how this rock band from the 80's is portrayed in today's world; mostly by using social media to gain popularity.

Critics smash the film because they believe that it doesn't do the original Jem fans any justice, but I mean, forget about the 80s. Jem and the Holograms have brought to 2015! So here are three reasons why you should check it out in theaters.

3. The Music Is Just Too Catchy

When the hit Disney animated film Frozen was released back in 2013 everyone was singing "Let It Go". After the song made its debut on-screen, Frozen became a huge topic of conversation all around the world. Frozen reached out to little girls everywhere. This scenario may also work out with Jem and The Holograms. It's not just that the songs are catchy, but they have a very inspiring message.

Check out their main theme song right here!

2. It Sends Out An Inspiring Message

Jem and The Holograms teaches us to be yourself, and not give in to what people want or assume you to be. Who would expect a small-town girl to go from being an internet video sensation to becoming a global superstar? The film also teaches us that the most important thing in life is family; not stardom or wealth. Family comes first over everything. The message from Jem to "choose your own destiny" is what defines this movie.

1. All In All, Just A Fun Film To Watch

Jem and The Holograms will definitely not bore you! You follow the story of a girl that goes viral on YouTube and is joined by her sisters on a journey to L.A. to become positive-thinking rockstars! This film has the potential to gain a lot of attention from kids and teens. Take your family to see Jem and The Holograms which hits theaters October 23rd!

Watch the trailer!

What do you think about the new Jem and The Holograms? Comment down below!

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