After being accused of a triple-murder, a man films his every moment of his to provide an alibi. Things takes a worst turn when a detective suspects him and the tapes goes missing which can prove his innocence.
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In a musical, the song sequences typically move the plot along and help to tell the story. In Vacuums, there are several sequences where the 'Stomp' players do their thing. So the movie (story) stops while the stomping happens and then the movie starts again. Basically a movie wrapped around a series of Stomp-esque performances. Either the stomping isn't integrated well into the story or vice versa.
It's supposed to be funny but it isn't. If you liked Stomp, you might like this movie, but I didn't.
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