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One of the best film musicals in years -- exuberant, sexy and life affirming in equal measure. Read full review
The movie is literally a series of showstoppers, unified by the impulse to turn life, at its scruffiest, into theater - into a rhapsody of the everyday. Read full review
It's a pretty good version of a pretty great stage phenomenon. Read full review
Now a vastly larger audience has the chance to experience the masterwork of a prodigiously talented man who died far too young. Read full review
Columbus' schizoid approach works more often than not. Read full review
As a conventional drama, Rent would be a pretty corny soap opera. As filmed theater, it's only slightly more convincing. The saving graces - and there are many - are Larson's original songs and the comfortable fit of its ensemble cast. Read full review
Chris Columbus' relatively faithful and intermittently affecting adaptation boasts the boisterous vitality of its performers, particularly Jesse L. Martin and Wilson Jermaine Heredia as lovers Tom and Angel. Read full review
It's pedestrian. Read full review
With heavy HIV subtext and a couple of actors who have scored in other films, this La Bohème spinoff about fatal illness, drug addiction and eviction ought to be less of a slog than it is. Read full review
Heart-breakingly awful -- slow, lugubrious, and misconceived to the point of baffling amateurism. Read full review
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