In this military drama romance, two people who live on opposites sides of the political spectrum find love while in a state of desperation.
The Musical tag features both those who burst into song in front of you on stage or from the comfort of wherever you are.
“Rap Sh!t” may start a little rough as the lead eclipses a lot of the show’s potential assets with her insecurities, but once her best friend does some course correction, it takes off.
From the perspective of Elvis Presley’s manager, “Elvis” chronicles the rise of a king and his imprisonment in Las Vegas.
Better than the first, Grace VanderWaal returns as Stargirl, but now in Los Angeles, and as she crafts a new community, she hopes her mom’s instability doesn’t ruin her new home.
The story of the Sex Pistols begins with a sad, lonely, but charming boy named Steve Jones trying to prove he is more than his molester says he is.
In the musical Sneakerella, you get an almost DCOM vibe from the latest Disney+ release.
Mixing a lead with an unfortunate personal life, musical numbers, and this borderline jubilant magician makes for a sometimes strange experience in The Sound of Magic.
Until We Meet Again is a little bit all over the place. Mainly due to how it plays with the different genres it pursues.
Belle touches your heart in every which way possible. Be it through song, exploring a person’s trauma, or by instilling hope that one day you may not move on but at least heal.
While the performances, choreography, and singing are top-notch, and many of the changes welcomed, the central relationship remains a struggle to sit through.