It's a light weekend at the movies, unless you're a big fan of Frankie Valli.
"Jersey Boys" is a slow-paced adaptation of the hit Broadway musical that chronicles the ups and downs of Valli and his chart-topping group, The Four Seasons. John Lloyd Young, who won a Tony for playing Valli on Broadway, returns to the role — with a perfect rendition of Valli's amazing voice. Alas, director Clint Eastwood doesn't integrate the music with the story in any interesting ways, and there's a stagebound quality to the story.
The only other studio movie opening this weekend is "Think Like a Man Too," the sequel to the 2012 relationship comedy inspired by Steve Harvey's self-help book. The sequel has the first movie's four couples going to Vegas for a wedding, with reportedly hilarious hijinks. The movie was not screened for local critics.