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During the season, Kimmel made an alliance with Courtney Yates and Todd Herzog.In the end Kimmel finished third, behind winner Herzog and second-place finisher Yates, garnering only one jury vote from sixth-place finisher Erik Huffmann.let’s be patient." Audiences should keep this in mind, as "The Music Never Stopped" starts off very slowly and only comes into its own with the infusion of music—just as Gabe only begins to regain his vigor with tonal reminders from his past.One of the film’s best traits is its frequent use of ’60s music; Jerry Garcia, Bob Dylan, and Buffalo Springfield are key characters in Gabe’s story and add some needed spice to an otherwise predictable and sentimental plot.
When Gabe’s mother (Cara Seymour) asks him if he would like a sip of coke, he responds by saying, "it’s the real thing"—a line taken directly from a popular ’80s commercial.
Confronted with skepticism, he adds: "That’s what that means when you’re stoned." All in all, screenwriters Gwyn Lurie and Gary Marks have done a superb job transforming Sacks’ essay into a living, breathing human drama.
Early on in the film, Dianne Daley (Julia Ormond), the therapist who treats Gabe, tells his family that "humans are incredibly complex beings …
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Amanda Lee Kimmel (born August 3, 1984) is an American actress, model, beauty queen, and animal rights advocate who has competed in the Miss USA and Miss Earth pageants.She made the top eight in the international pageant, the highest placement by a delegate of the United States in the pageant's five-year history.In early August 2006, Kimmel crowned fellow former Miss USA competitor Amanda Pennekamp as Miss Earth USA, in the second live pageant held in the United States to choose a delegate for the Miss Earth competition.And remarkable as Gabe’s story is, the film’s account of a man’s progress toward regaining his health and the respect of his father feels too much like a mash-up of two of mainstream cinema’s most overused tropes: the uplifting tale of conquering illness and the struggle to overcome generational differences.