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(282) 8.0 155 min 2019

42nd Street: The Musical is a movie starring Philip Bertioli, Billie-Kay, and Emma Caffrey. Peggy Sawyer, a talented young performer with stars in her eyes gets her big break on Broadway.

Billie-Kay, Emma Caffrey, Philip Bertioli, Danielle Cato
Mark Bramble, Ross MacGibbon

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Musical
Director Mark Bramble, Ross MacGibbon
Writer Mark Bramble
Stars Billie-Kay, Emma Caffrey, Philip Bertioli, Danielle Cato
Country UK
Also Known As 42nd Street: El musical, 42nd Street - The Musical
Runtime 2H 35M
Description Peggy Sawyer, a talented young performer with stars in her eyes gets her big break on Broadway.

Top reviews

Monday, 22 Jun 2020 12:11

It is a joy to see how the best-loved Broadway musicals can be updated to their modern world. And this is the best adaptation of "La Boheme" I have seen. It's wonderful to see the most famous of the musicals reinvented in a modern setting. It is very original, and it is very entertaining. But this is the kind of film you need to be able to enjoy the movie, and not expect a piece of historical fact. And the history is very interesting, as the musical is quite a part of the history of the theatre. The characterizations are great. I like the cast of Michael Crawford and Michael Quinn, and the two of them together make a very good team. And it is great to see the beautiful and talented Kate Johnson, who plays the role of the mysterious and beautiful daughter. She is a revelation. I really liked her performance, and her one-woman show is very touching. The music is wonderful, and the performances are wonderful. But there are a few things that bother me. There is the fact that the film is just too slow, sometimes to be boring. The film starts slow, and finishes slow, and I don't know if it is necessary to say it, but there are times when you can't see the movie anymore. The movie is about 100 minutes too long. And the production is good, and it is interesting to see the actors, but it is so slow and the movie seems to be stuck in the middle. I really liked the musical numbers, but I think they could have been better. The film does not follow the story in any way, except the ending. This is very disappointing. I really liked the story, and I really liked the characters. But the story could have been much better. I also like the movie because it is based on a musical, and this film is more of a comedy than a musical. But I think that the musical numbers are better than the others, and this is the best one I have seen. But I would have liked to see more of the musical numbers. And I think that the music deserves a little more credit than it is getting.
Monday, 25 May 2020 12:50

Like all the others reviews, this movie is one of those you'll either like or hate. I'm glad I watched it, and I'm glad it was successful in what it was attempting to do. The song and dance numbers were great, especially the "Shopping Mall" dance number, which is a little more outrageous than I would have expected. But it was a long time ago, and this film was a bit "out of place" when it was released. I was reminded of some of the songs from the video game and I was curious what the characters were singing and doing when the actors were singing. Well, all of the "Shopping Mall" numbers are really funny, and I thought that the others were pretty funny as well. My favorite was probably "What's My Name?" It was really clever and fun to watch, but I don't think it was in the same league as "Shopping Mall". I think it was probably the least memorable of the three numbers, but the others were pretty good. There are a few things that bothered me about the film, and I'll get to those later. One of the biggest problems I had with this movie was the portrayal of the mob, which was supposed to be all dark and menacing, but in reality was just a bunch of really obnoxious types. It really took me out of the movie. I think it was just a poor representation of the mob and the police. And I found it kind of disrespectful for the mob to take such a nasty approach to the police. I understand the police would have a tough job with all of the characters, but it seemed to me that the mob was taking it to a whole new level. The police and mob had almost no interaction during the whole film, and I really think it's because the mob was really focused on the police and making fun of them. I really did think that the mob was a little too mean and mean spirited at times. It was a bit too dark for my taste, and I think the one time I really liked the mob was when the mob was out in the water. It was fun, and it was one of those situations where it was almost like the mob was saying, "Hey, this is a movie. We're going to make fun of the police. Let's see how much fun we can have." I think the film could have been more enjoyable if it had a little more of an upbeat tone. But I really liked the songs, and I liked the dancing. The characters were fun and interesting, and I liked the storyline. I think the movie was great for young children, and
Friday, 22 May 2020 10:11

I had a lot of trouble getting into this movie. It was "born" in New York City (Lincoln Center, NYC) and it was filmed on location in South Central Los Angeles. The script was written by Charles Band, the same guy who wrote the novel "The Sting", which I believe was the inspiration for this movie. The original story, adapted from a novel by Ken Hughes, was called "Crazy In Love", and the director was David Weisz. Charles Band's script has an all-star cast. It is a great movie that is about a group of friends, who are trying to get a break from the musical theater. What makes it so great is the interaction of these "musical" artists. Their in-laws are a renowned opera director and his wife, who are performing at the opera house. This has everything a movie could ask for. And the actors do a fantastic job with their parts. After watching this movie I was a bit disappointed, as I felt that they could have done a better job with the story. The story had some parts that could have been better, but overall the movie was great. I also liked the way the director directed the actors to fit their roles. Charles Band did a great job directing this movie. There are many actors in the movie, but there are some that really stand out. I thought John Lithgow did an amazing job as a composer. I thought "Ginger" was played by a talented young actress, and that she did a great job playing a character that was extremely talented. This movie is definitely worth seeing, especially if you are a musical theater fan. It is not a "must see", but I thought it was very good.

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