sutton and emma


Broadway musicals from 2013-2014 that have since closed

"I would return the slap, if I took you for a man."
La La Land is the best film of 2016.

I would like to preface this very, very short review by saying I just reluctantly saw this movie today because it was free and I like hanging out with the guy who invited me.  I have almost no interest in movie musicals or romantic comedies.  Ryan Gosling does nothing for me and Emma Stone hasn’t been impressing me lately either.  The trailer did not light a fire under me and all the good ratings and critics reviews seemed like a bunch of old white people bestowing their good favor on a very white movie dripping with nostalgia released during the height of awards season.


I’m still giddy over it and I left the theater two hours ago.  This “review” is going to be short because I honestly feel like every person should have the experience of going into it without knowing what is going to happen.  A few things I can point out without spoiling the film:

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Damn resolution, the picture looks like shit

well, I don’t know if this is going to work but I will try:

I already follow like a lot of blogs, but my dash is still dead so I want to follow MORE AND MORE AND MORE blogs.

Reblog If you post:

  • Musical theatre in general
  • Sierra bogges
  • Ramin karimloo
  • Les mis
  • Laura Osnes
  • Hiddles
  • POTO
  • Hadley fraser
  • Aaron tveit
  • Julie andrews
  • Samantha barks
  • Norm Lewis
  • Cats
  • Lea salonga
  • George Blagden
  • A chorus line
  • Rent
  • Idina menzel
  • Disney
  • Josh Groban
  • West side story
  • Evita
  • The sound of music
  • Mary poppins
  • Vintage (real vintage, not hipster pics)
  • Emma Stone
  • Books and more books
  • ahs
  • Funny girl
  • Etc, (you know…similar stuff)

I WILL FOLLOW EVERYONE BACK (Only if you post what I said)