‘The High Note’ Review: A Tepid Drama That’s Frequently Off Key

Nisha Ganatra’s new movie The High Note starts off fairly promising.

It’s about an assistant who wants to be a producer and an acclaimed singer who’s torn between the safety of a Vegas residency where she’d only play hits and taking a gamble on a new album.

That’s a great premise, especially when you have the opportunity to watch two women collaborate on an artistic project.

But then Flora Greeson’s screenplay decides that’s not enough, so really the assistant has to pose as a producer to help an aspiring artist.

From there, you’…

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