Posts Tagged ‘musical’
The joy in watching, and rewatching, “Little Shop of Horrors” is that the cast has fun right along with the audience.
Forty years after the release of Robert Altman's country classic "Nashville," Austin tells us his thoughts once he sees it for the first time!
Striking a funky, daffy, multi-genre, low-budget sweet spot, “The Last Dragon” takes an inner-city poke at the hero’s journey without taking the piss out of it.
Disney's big-screen adaptation of the Broadway musical "Into the Woods" has plenty of charm and charisma to cover the tiredness of the film's premise.
"Never slow your roll," Annie is told in this modern-day update. Here's hoping Quvenzhané Wallis heeds the advice, too. She's all that treats instead of tricks.
This look at the making of "Mary Poppins" is the charming confection you expect it might be, but here, spoonfuls of salt make the medicine go down.
Rock of Ages is a bloated, indulgent musical more reliant on cheap nostalgia than creative performances.
Like its predecessor "Bring It On", this sweet and snappy female-driven flick is smarter than it has any right to be.
This adaptation of the 1979 stage musical is easily Burton's grimmest work.
The rule of thumb this week is if it doesn't involve dancing, it's not a good movie. I know, I thought "Thankskilling" would be a winner, too!
"Sparkle" manages to be both overly flashy and exceedingly dull, with too much Jordin Sparks and too little Whitney Houston.
This week, Austin takes on a caveman who never died, a family that never backed down and a sexy Jeff Goldblum?
One part "Burlesque," two parts "Country Strong," this glittery train wreck has one watchable Part(on).