Clint Eastwood directs this feature film adaptation of the multi award-winning Broadway musical about 1960s pop group The Four Seasons. John Lloyd Young reprises his stage role as Frankie Valli, who is discovered by guitarist Tommy DeVito (Vincent Piazza), and along with bass player Nick Massi (Michael Lomenda) and keyboardist/songwriter Bob Gaudio (Erich Gergen) forms The Four Seasons. They sign a contract with producer Bob Crewe (Mike Doyle) and gradually find success but relationships within the band become strained over time.
Narrated by each group member in turn, the story follows their rise to fame and eventual break-up, as well as the personal troubles they face along the way. The film features songs such as ‘Rag Doll’, ‘Sherry’, ‘Big Girls Don't Cry’, ‘Can't Take My Eyes Off You’ and ‘Who Loves You’.
- " The cast makes the most of every musical moment, singing their hearts out while doing a dance line number that the Four Seasons never actually used but should have; its powerful stuff, not just in terms of nostalgia, it's kinda sexy. " – Anne Brodie (What She Said)
- " The most likeable element in the film is not the people but the earworm-quality songs which, even after all this time, sound fresh and irresistibly catchy. You will hum Sherry for hours after the credits roll." – John Lui (The Straits Times-Singapore)
- " You'll likely be so caught up in the film's catchy music and spirit that you won't much mind occasional liberties and factual errors. " – Richard Propes (TheIndependentCritic.com)