Should be in some kinda double feature with Dreamgirls. The ridiculous part of that onewas how the obstacles to success were so wispy, with all the tension coming from the personal interplay. Here the interplay and the (failure to achieve real) success are logically linked, if still not quite perfectly realized. And, well, the music's much better (though much of that is non-Runaways) than the limp stuff that followed the opening talent show in DG. And there did seem some gratuitous bits in here (and Lita Ford doesn't even get a mention in the 'what happened'), but it's fun.