Animated fable about good vs. evil rock stars in a postapocalyptic city, with songs by Lou Reed, Iggy Pop, Debbie Harry, Cheap Trick, and Earth, Wind and Fire. Voices...Mok: Don Francks. Omar: Paul Le Mat. Angel: Susan Roman. Aunt Edith: Catherine O'Hara.
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When Janet Hallson, the leading star of a big Broadway musical, walks out on the production, three hopeful, unknown girls battle to secure the vacant part. Featuring the work of Gower Champion and Ira Gershwin, this musical boasts a number of their songs.
Live-action retelling of the Disney animated classic from 1991. As before, this fairy tale centers on a young woman named Belle, who is forced to live in an enchanted castle with a prince who is cursed to look like a hideous Beast. In time, the pair fall in love as Belle learns to see the good man hiding behind the Beast's monstrous exterior.
Struggling actress Mia and aspiring jazz pianist Sebastian begin a whirlwind romance as they both pursue their dreams in Los Angeles. However, their blossoming relationship is challenged when their careers pull them in different directions.
Broadway's celebratory musical about rejection makes it to the screen in a fizzless adaptation by Richard Attenborough that misses the whole point of the Broadway show -- i.e. the dancing and the dancers. Instead, the dancers become a limp Greek chorus for the dead love affair between a choreographer, Zach (a pre-Gordon Gekko Michael Douglas) and his old flame, Cassie (Alyson Reed) the star dancer. Zach is holding try-outs for a new Broadway musical and, as armies of dancers are brought on stage to audition for Zach, he sits in the darkened recesses of the theater, puffing on a cigarette, as he winnows out hopeful dancers who want to become part of the chorus line for Zach's new show. Finally, Zach has reduced the dancers to 16 men and women, and he asks each of them to step to the footlights and tell him about their lives and their dreams. But backstage, while the dancers are confessing their pasts to Zach, Zach's past walks through the stage door. Cassie, Zach's ex-lover, whom Zach met, courted and broke up with in the theatrical environs, has returned. Once a big star, Cassie has returned to the theater -- not to see Zach but to audition for Zach's musical. She needs the work.