Suzanne Leon . Los Angeles from New York, New York
WILL NOT LAST
Having loved the movie was excited to see this sadly the excitement was short lived . Nothing new here and not one song to remember , there is so much originality on broadway that this looks even worse , my date and I didn’t even make it to the end of the show . Don’t make the same mistake as us . I should have read the customer reviews not the critics . Using an 80s pop start to write a musical was a waste
Bruce Allen from Vancouver
A hit movie does not make for a surefire musical . Choice of songwriters totally wrong doubtful they have ever seen a musical , avoid at all costs as there are so many great musicals to enjoy . Could not remember one song and the lyrics must have been written by a five year old , loved the opera piece wish there had been more . An expensive waste of time re watch the movie
Carl Leighton Pope from London
A MUSICAL SHAME
If you loved the movie and who doesn’t AVOID the musical as it is an expensive night out , songs were not even catchy or memorable not one song , replace the songwriters , needs to complete overhaul will not last .
Lawrence from New York, New York
Samantha Barks is amazing. But Andy Karl a total disaster. Couldn’t be more miscast. He belongs in Jersey Boys on a motorcycle with a leather jacket not a sophisticated businessman. The play took a perfect movie and butchered it. Totally amateurish. The ensemble looks like the rejects of Broadway. How sad!
Paul Enerstein from Providence
BORING AT BEST
Lousy see at your own peril Who wrote the songs simply banal
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