It’s Friyay and I’m excited for another episode of my Friday/weekend movie recommendation.
If you have been following my blog for a while now, I’m sure you are very familiar with Friday movie night recommendation and today is another blog post on it.
Today I’m going to be recommending 3 old musical movies to watch this Friday night. I’m a huge fan if musicals and dance movies which are mu 2and best genres of movies while the first is ofcourse supernatural movies.
I love old movies a lot and one of the reasons is because I find them more enjoyable and really interesting to watch.
Without any further or much delay, let’s get right into the post for today.
5 Old Musicals You can Watch for Movie Night this Friday
1. SISTER ACT (comdey/musical 1992)
This movie is about a young woman Deloris, a lounge singer, who was persuaded to go into witness protection as a nun at a convent after she witnesses a murder. But once there, she has trouble adjusting to her new lifestyle.
This movie is Incredible and very interesting. This is the movie that made me love musicals. Also there is Sister Act part 2.
2. LOVESTRUCK: THE MUSICAL (Romance/musical 2013)
This Musical tells a story about a Broadway star-turned-choreographer Harper, whose daughter and star of her next production Mirabella makes the decision to quit the show in order to get married to playboy Marco. When Harper catches wind of her daughter’s new priorities, she is determined to show Mirabella that love does not always trump career. While on her way to stop her daughter’s wedding in Italy, Harper unknowingly drinks an elixir, turning her thirty years younger. This gave her the much needed confidence to destroy her daughter’s wedding with her charm and beauty.
I love this movie so much. It was very interesting.
3. HAIRSPRAY (musical/comedy 2007)
Tracy emerges from being an overweight teenager to a television superstar. However, her journey is interrupted when she becomes a victim of racial discrimination and decides to fight back.
This is the movie I got the phrase “The higher the hair, the closer you are to God”. I love this movie so much.
Zac Efron has always have a thing or more for musicals
4. THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (musical/romance 2004)
A disfigured musical genius, hidden away in the Paris Opera House, terrorizes the opera company for the unwitting benefit of a young protege whom he trains and is in love with.
5. DREAMGIRLS (musical/drama 2006)
After Curtis recognises the singing talent of three women at a show, he helps them attain stardom. One of the artists gets attracted to him but is heartbroken when he removes her from the band.
Which have you watched? Which is your favourite?
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