Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey Synopsis
Filipino musician Arnel Pineda is selected by Journey to be the band's new lead singer.
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Boston Globe

In the end, that debate might not matter, anyway. What makes Don’t Stop Believin’? work is that we’re along for every step of Pineda’s...
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Chicago Sun-Times

This is the main problem I had with Don't Stop Believing: Everyman's Journey. On several occasions, the most interesting human details are...
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USA Today

By Claudia Puig
It's a story that could only happen in an era of YouTube and American Idol. Well-chronicled and fascinating, Don't Stop Believin' is a...
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Frank Scheck
Although the overlong film skirts with hagiography, at times feeling more like a promotional DVD extra than an objective account, it...
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Chicago Tribune

By Michael Phillips
The best material in the film is the loosest, capturing the perpetually insecure and overcompensating Pineda in his early concerts,...
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By Scott Tobias
It's a cold-blooded business — and all sentiment aside, it's clear that Pineda is as replaceable as anyone.
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New York Daily News

It’s nice to watch the members marvel unendingly over their new find, while Pineda himself presents an ideal image of gratitude and hard...
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Mick LaSalle
Two things hold back Don't Stop Believin' as a documentary. The first is that it presents the world of Journey and the people in it through...
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New York Post

By Sara Stewart
Pineda is lovely, but I stopped believin’ in this documentary long before it was over.
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Slant Magazine

By Chuck Bowen
Sadly, those looking for any insight into Journey from Ramona Diaz's documentary are going to have to look elsewhere.
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Rated NR | For Some Language