Jem and the Holograms 30-Second Summary
In 2015’s much maligned Jem and the Holograms, we find our shero, orphaned eighteen year old Jessica Benton, living with her aunt Bailey, her sister Kimber and her two foster sisters. Bailey is struggling financially, and their house is about to get repo’d.
The ever so shy, ultra-talented Jerrica dons a disguise and, using the nickname her late father gave her, pours her heart out in a song recorded on Kimber’s video camera. Kimber, being the social media savvy one of the group, finds the video and uploads it to YouTube where it goes viral.
The newly minted “Jem” is suddenly and quite reluctantly in the limelight. Enter our villain—Erica Raymond, head of Starlight Productions, a record label attempting to sign Jem to a solo contract. Jem refuses to leave her sisters behind and they travel to Hollywood to debut as a band with Jem in the lead.read full summary
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