The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Naked Boys live are a hoot. Frozen on celluloid, they're tacky.
The songs generally are quite fun, with the contributing stamp of famed comedy writer Bruce Vilanch quite evident. And the strong-voiced performers deliver them in engaging fashion.
Few of the songs, which range from gleefully raunchy to gratingly sentimental, are truly memorable.
It's obviously not for all tastes, but there's going to be an appreciative audience for any musical whose opening number is 'Gratuitous Nudity.'
In Naked Boys Singing! 10 grown men (including one natural redhead) go full monty while belting out show tunes and high-kicking like muscular Rockettes.
the whole exercise can't help but feel a bit zoological, as if we're watching exotic specimens on display.
Naked Boys Singing! is the biggest waste of d**k since Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger in Brokeback Mountain.
A restaged version of the long-running Off-Broadway revue of the same title, Naked Boys Singing delivers exactly what it promises.
It's an unexpectedly boisterous, giddy show kicking down the taboo of the male body with a collection of toe-tappin' songs and enough full frontal to power 300 consecutive bachelorette parties.
Handled matter-of-factly, the ubiquitous nudity becomes the norm ... and the music takes the spotlight ... it's here where the show becomes a matter of taste.
Alternately silly and shocking, yet ultimately moving, this raunchy musical revue cleverly reveals the vulnerability of ubiquitous nudity as a window to the human soul.
Without the nakedness it wouldn't be as entertaining. The numbers were good, loved the simple plot, but I think the nakedness is unnecessary. HOWEVER, the biggest downfall of this... musical is the vulgar humour that is not very funny at all.
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