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: The Extra Terrestrial DM: Airplane II: The Sequel 1983: The King of Comedy Features a darkly comic Robert De Niro back when he was method , and a deadly serious Jerry Lewis, playing against type Either make a play at realism, or go impossibly big
Scorsese explores celebrity obsession at a time when it was just beginning to be a hot button issue The idea of naming a favorite album for every one of your years on Earth has been kicking around the internet for a little while now

When the show attempts to advance its plot, it mostly fails.

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Across the Universe, a Beatles themed jukebox musical, went the other way, providing an unabashed fantasy with elaborate production numbers that could never prove functional in any other medium
هاشتاغ مكبرات يعود بقوة.. ومغردون يبدون انزعاجهم من أصوات الحفلات الصاخبة (فيديو)
When the actors performed the songs, the play works as delightful, escapist fare
حقيقة عودة مكبرات الصوت في المساجد
Film and TV Online• Honorable Mention s : Raging Bull, Airplane! HM: E In which one man attempts to view every summer blockbuster for the entire season, regardless of taste, genre, or Remington Steele trying to sing
In a stage musical, actors are cast with their singing voices as the main showpiece, with their acting ability a secondary concern In an era where the Hollywood sheen can make a phony genre like the musical seem even phonier, a successful movie musical needs to go in one of two directions

1980: Caddyshack In a pretty strong year for movies, the irreverent slice of life at Bushwood Country Club comes out on top.

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Mamma Mia! Pages• On stage, the pure spectacle of the musical number is enough to engender a great deal of goodwill in the audience
هاشتاغ مكبرات يعود بقوة.. ومغردون يبدون انزعاجهم من أصوات الحفلات الصاخبة (فيديو)
Granted, it would be impossible for a story like this one to go for a realist structure, but it certainly could have gone for overblown fantasy
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I would have like to have seen this film not take itself seriously at all, but it felt alternately too weighty and too thin