Into the Woods
Fantasy • PG • 2014 • 2 hr 5 min
One of the very few musicals that I truly enjoy
It started out pretty good. I liked the intertwining of fairytales. Even the singing was ok (not a fan of musicals) 2nd1/2 took a weird turn
Meryl Streep's performance alone makes this film worth watching.
A well done movie with a lot of recognizable names and fairly catchy songs.
The storyline is very interesting, as you get to see multiple familiar characters set out to complete their wish/goal.
Music is enjoyable and the twists on the fairytales are fun, but it’s kind of slow.
I love the visuals. I love the music. My only real problem is how long it is, but the original is even longer so...
A very decent musical. I personally really enjoy it.
1 of the greatest musicals I've ever seen! Everything is wonderful within it! + As so many fairy tales R never filmed a sequel could B made?
I found the movie entertaining as a kid but now it's not that special, overall just an okay movie.
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