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We got your advertisment in the mail and we got a little problem.
Amos Babcock Bellamy:
A love problem.
You two have a love problem? And you seek sympathy from our little band of outcasts? Well, what would you two be willing to do in front of an audience?
Amos Babcock Bellamy:
We're not talking about us. We're talking about our kids.
Who happen to be a boy and a girl.
Less challenging. Follow me.
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People who experienced this intimate musical off-Broadway, and in local community theater productions around the country, will rightly be disappointed and even horrified by this film effort.
Gone is the magic, the delight, and the imagination of a creation designed for small spaces, interaction with audiences, scant scenery and loads of beautiful melodies and poetic charm.
They've taken a concept geared for a cabaret and ballooned into a huge overblown, literate production that comes off as strange and even weird. They've juxtaposed and cut great songs, and tried to make a small ensemble effort into a large Hollywood extravaganza.
I agree this is one misfire that simply should have stayed on the shelf and not released--just written off as a tax loss.
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