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Curtis Edward Jackson
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Weak introduction but strong ending. A lot of character development
The introduction was awkward but as it progresses it becomes better. The plot was loose but the character development was strongest. Benjamin became this desperate person who ends up to not wanting anymore. Tim was a person who is still learning about his identity. Allison and Jace were static characters but their whole role was to support Benjamin. I didn't like the movie at first but when the characters matured it was easier to watch. Another comment is the music. The songs are good but transitioning into the songs is a bit messy and is not your average musical.
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