Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis' jukebox musical brainchild could deliver prime feel-good vibes without scrimping on some pertinent moral questions.
"Something's coming, something good..."
No, Shallow isn't number one.
He was an enigmatic wonder, but that's precisely why his songs can -- in jukebox musical form -- teach volumes about the politics of identity.
The smash hit musical generally has the right fixings for a timely feature film, but it needs some grit to balance out its feel-good nature.
This tech-infused coming-of-age story has all the makings of a big hit outside its homegrown fan communities online.
Fisher's softly nuanced performance in 'Eighth Grade' won our hearts and she will undoubtedly bring that same quietly powerful charm to this musical biopic.
This unpredictable musical adaptation keeps us on our toes with star-studded casting regardless of its inherently strange premise.
Mussorgsky, ‘Metropolis,’ and Magicians — oh, my!
Our enjoyment of popular movie musicals is one that seems to never fade away over time. But which came first: the musical or the movie?