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Shop Our Brands. I'll put it this way: If you're drinking on a plane, there's no better viewing choice. Forget about Pitch Perfect the mega-successful franchise.
Forget about the seemingly endless number of " Cup Song " covers you've suffered through. Forget about "aca-scuse" me. Go back to the first time you witnessed that magical riff-off, the sparks between Anna Kendrick and Skylar Astin, Ben Platt's breakout moment singing " Magic " Pitch Perfect was and still is a thoroughly enjoyable and unconventional movie musical grounded in female friendship and quite literally strong voices.
The overexposure of Pitch Perfect is nothing compared to Frozen , which became so unbearably popular that it's easy to forget what a solid addition to the Disney lineup it is. And here we arrive at the most talked-about movie musical in years, a film so popular that people seem to have forgotten that other movie musicals have been made over the past two decades. That's not La La Land 's fault — and in its defense, much of the criticism lobbed against it has more to do with the praise it's earned and the Oscar it likely will than anything else. On its own, it's a fairly straightforward but admirably poignant homage to classic movie musicals.
Hi, haters! Before you accuse me of trolling, do some research: I have a well-documented history of proclaiming High School Musical 3: Senior Year to be one of the finest movie musicals of our time. Yes, really. It's a cavalcade of certifiable bops performed by actual talent, and most importantly, it knows exactly what it is, leaning into its Disney Channel Original Movie status with admirable self-awareness.
In order to appreciate Across the Universe , you have to appreciate Julie Taymor, the film's visionary and divisive director. That is not always easy for some, which is probably why Across the Universe has at least as many vocal detractors as diehard fans. And, to be fair, the movie does at times indulge itself a little too much.
Still, it's great performance after great performance of Beatles classics, with gorgeous visuals and a distinct Taymor sensibility. Give in. But when it soars, it feels overwhelming in the best way. Anne Hathaway's visceral "I Dreamed a Dream" is a truly stirring moment, and while her awards season campaigning may have turned people off, she deserved that Oscar.
Disney showed its commitment to making more true musicals in the style of its '90s classics when it hired Lin-Manuel Miranda to write the songs for Moana. But it's the music that makes it magic. Tim Burton's recent output hasn't inspired much confidence, but he was the perfect choice to adapt Stephen Sondheim's macabre musical about a homicidal barber seeking revenge for the injustice done to him and his family with some very close shaves. If you like your movie musicals with happy endings, you'll want to avoid the relentlessly bleak Dancer in the Dark entirely.
It's easily one of the most depressing films ever made, and there are full-on song and dance sequences! Catherine Deneuve co-stars, which is a good reminder that even The Umbrellas of Cherbourg didn't make you cry this hard. The Princess and the Frog is both one of Disney's best films and one of its most tragically underappreciated.
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Bedknobs and Broomsticks. Delightful Disney charmer may be too long for youngest.
Let It Shine. Rousing rap-style musical has family-friendly themes. Peter Pan Leap-out-of-your-seat fun; great intro to theater. An American in Paris. Unforgettable musical is great for parents and kids alike. High School Musical. A modern-day Grease for tweens.
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High School Musical 2. High School magic strikes again. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Stage musical successfully brought to the screen. The King and I. A boisterous, big-costumed classic musical. Lemonade Mouth. Melodic Disney movie has great messages for families. Excellent singing and dancing on the frontier.
Glorious musical based on Dickens' Oliver Twist. Royal Wedding. Family entertainment doesn't get any livelier. Teen Beach Movie. Heavily marketed musical is wholesome fun for tweens. The Wiz. Jazzy, family-friendly musical remake of classic film. Yankee Doodle Dandy. Patriotic '40s classic charms, but some dated behaviors. Guys and Dolls. The Passion Live. Stirring modern-day musical retelling of Easter story. Viva Las Vegas. Vegas ad is a nonstop song-and-dance delight. Fiddler on the Roof. Epic musical story of Jews facing religious persecution.
Funny Girl. Dazzling musical romance is long but entertaining. Into the Woods.
leondumoulin.nl/language/comedy/websites-teaching-children-the.php Sondheim's fairy tale musical is dark, complex, sublime. Newsies: The Broadway Musical. Dazzling staged musical has some mild cursing. Ta Ra Rum Pum. Fanciful Bollywood dramedy fine for tweens and up. The Unsinkable Molly Brown. Debbie Reynolds is center stage in spirited musical. Hairspray