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All of us have heard these names of hate, but let me get one thing straight: I'm gay, I'm gay, but not in that way / Musicals move me and touch me in ways I can't say.
Liz Silver, Sheila Kerry, Bethany:
He's gay, but not in that way.
I sleep with women but musicals make me feel gay!
I'm gay, I'm actually gay. I don't get hard when I see T and A / Could be my DNA or how I was raised.
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We don't distinguish here at Center Stage.
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After seeing the trailer a month or so ago, I was excited to see this film. I thought it looked like it could be a real hoot of a horror comedy. Unfortunately, I saw it last night, and it was a dismal waste of time. First of all, to call it a comedy is a huge stretch, as there are maybe a couple of jokes in the very first song at Musical Camp at the beginning. That's it. No other jokes or humor to speak of. It IS a musical slasher film, with tons of songs. In fact, except for a prologue murder, there is no killing until the last third of the movie. In between is lots of lifeless teen camp drama and songs. Because there are only a few main characters, it does not take a genius to figure out the final "surprise" revelations. I knew the answers before the movie was half-way through. The gore is minimal and uninventive. The acting is okay, I suppose. The writing, though, is really weak. The homages to classic horror films are trite and thoughtless.
I really want my time back. Neither funny nor scary. Just dumb.
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