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I gave it a two for costumes and it's rocky horror. But this sucks. What were they thinking with the changes to the music and the unnecessary voice changes? The only actor they got right was riff raff. How can you possibly do worse than the original? Completely lack any sort of spark, put a woman in the role of Frank, place it in an old movie house, and have some of the worst acting I've ever seen.
Why would they bring in Adam lambert and not make him frank? And do tell me why Columbia isn't falling all over Eddie.
It's actually painful to watch. And I'm seriously not sure how much more I can stand.
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