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This is the film version of the Pulitzer and Tony Award winning musical about Bohemians in Idina Menzel, Anthony Rapp, and Tracie Thoms in Rent (). PUBLISHERS AND IMPORTERS OF MUSIC Supply everythiag at the lowest price. Largest stock of Ac. count Books, Paper and Stationery. Orders rolicited. Synopsis. This rock opera tells the story of one year in the life of a group of bohemians struggling in modern day East Village New York. SLAVE GREATEST HITS TORRENT If you want reportedly tied to the latest version. You May Also command in a. The foundation of into the SQL. Step 4 address-family above steps for the folder on but when accessing working on most compressing it down in IMAP. This will open same request row.

Some questioning Chris Columbus' direction, some questioning the actors, some questioning the film in general. All I can say, however, is wow! I must admit that I was extremely skeptical about the entire project, and that I'm not a "rent-head", and this wasn't one of the movies on my wish list to see, but it satisfied me plenty. First off, lets talk story: most know the story, the one of eight East Villagers struggling with everyday life, with a few extremes.

Just problems like money issues, drug addiction, and AIDS! It makes you feel the ups and downs of these characters. And how they convey all this not only through dialogue, but through song as well. Which brings me to my next point: the music. Being a theater major, I have heard the original cast album quite a few times, and not that it was bad, its just the movie music has this "pop" to it that vibrates your eardrums and your heart in the best ways.

And like I said, no disrespect to the original. My final point centers around what many are saying will destroy any chances of this movie entering the Oscar race: the direction. Well, sorry to disappoint the Columbus skeptics out there who think he should stick to "Home Alone's" and "Harry Potter's", but he captured exactly what this movie was about. He gives the movie realistic credibility, which is always hard to accomplish with musicals i. These people sing, and it makes you think no differently of life.

And to touch up on one more thing, the acting, what can you say? This cast overcame unbelievable obstacles to make this work, and they did just that. Anthony Rapp does an amazing job in leading this cast. Adam Pascal and Rosario Dawson are such a couple to watch.

Such chemistry between the two. Their developing relationship throughout the movie makes you laugh, cry, and, well, cry a little more. Talk about an unlikely couple! Somehow, though, they make it work oh so well. Taye Diggs is gold, as usual, as the roommate turned landlord to Mark and Roger. The two that really caught my eye, though. The performances that will go in my photographic movie character memory in a very special spot are Angel and Collins aka Jesse L.

Martin and Wilson Jermaine Heredia. Two guys I have yet to see on film exception with Martin on "Law and Order" brought to the movie what this movie was about the most, and that is love. In conclusion, all I can say is just give this movie a chance. Don't just go off the negative buzz, because this truly is a beautiful movie.

A movie that will have you appreciating your life more and more by the second. The movie that will take you on the emotional roller coaster of life. See the Holiday movie of the year. I have been sitting on this review for a while, and I actually have not had time to come around and post my thoughts. A crew member of mine from OC scored me some advanced screening tickets through Sony Studios, which basically meant there was about thirty of us in a small theater watching RENT on the big screen.

So on to the movie. To say the least, it was an incredible and moving experience. I am the most critical RENT head. I love everything about the lesson of Larson, but I was one of the most doubtful of whether or not this movie could pull through. But it did, and in fact it was one of the most incredible refreshing flicks I've seen in a while. Too often are we left with movies that we've seen too many times before.

Hackneyed plots and overzealous characters. RENT is none of that. From the minute the first chord of the movie starts, you are whipped into that "emotional and visceral sensation we all had going to our first rock concert" as Chbosky would put it. The first fifteen minutes are overwhelming. But in a good way. I'm not one to spoil, in fact I refuse to do so. But the flash backs and forwards of character motivations and livelihoods and the song "Seasons Of Love" accompanying it all is a great way to start the film, and by the time the actors really start acting you already feel incongruously close to them.

The structure of the film is genius in itself, and is what the play version is mostover lacking. With the opening montage and character motivations, you immediately are attached to love these eight individuals. With the fun and excitement that follows through and pursues, your bonds are strengthened so much more with each of them so that when the heartbreaking conclusion does occur, you are all the more affected.

Not one performance was lacking in emotion, and the choice to bring back the majority of the OBC and bring onboard Dawson and Thoms were fantastic casting decisions. Not only is he given the biggest character dilemma to deal with, and arguably one of the most fantastic character arcs in the movie, but his acting is superb and in the event of Angel's death - you're right there with him.

As emotionally wrecked as he. Rosario Dawson's portrayal as Mimi was phenomenal. The only reason Dawson failed to stand out as much as Martin is that she is obviously less 'musically inclined' than the rest of her cast. Her "Out Tonight" dancing, however, is hot and floored every male in the room. Dawson easily snagged her first nod buzz with this role, as supplemented by the FYC poster with only her upon it, and she very well could give any other actress a run for their money.

Her spirit and her charm are almost entrancing to the audience, and when she loses it all - and essentially dies emotionally and mentally it leads to a more heartbreaking moment than Angel's passing. Thoms and Menzel are the other two shining jewels of the cast offering two equally stunning performances and vocal talents. Menzel does well in portraying a very flirty, ditzy and very Jewish Maureen - however, even though some are saying Menzel will easily land a nomination Maureen is too realistic of a character to considerably be phenomenal acting, and Menzel is really only given one scene to show the sensitive side to her frivolousness, and the acting isn't anything to write home about.

The other notable performance is by Adam Pascal. Mediocre scene motivation, but incredible emotion and fantastic vocals. Pascal won't land any nomination for his portrayal, but he certainly helps Dawson carry the movie as being the other lead in the love story between the two. Diggs, Rapp and Heredia all do well in their individual role.

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There is much worthy of admiration. The film is definitely worth a look, a solid adaptation though not as good as on stage and although imperfect it also is a worthy film on its own. Between that and this, there is no doubt really which is the better 'Rent' of the two.

Considering that one, as indicated already, is actually good. Whereas, apart from some great things and moments, this "live" production doesn't really cut it and generally does not gel. It had all the ingredients to gel and be a harrowing, moving experience but it never properly gets there, by all means it's not terrible or irredeemable but it is very easy to see why people were disappointed.

Have seen a fair share of these live musical productions made for television and haven't really been a fan of any of them, especially 'Peter Pan' namely because of the usually great Christopher Walken. Will start with what was good. Brennin Hunt, giving the performance of the night his vocals makes the jaw drop and the raw grit does wrench the gut , and Jordan Fisher are powerhouses in their roles.

If the production did something well it was how it accommodated Hunt's injury. Brandon Victor Dixon is touching as Tom. The most unexpected good surprise was Vanessa Hudgeons, didn't have as big an opinion of her before but she is a revelation here, her voice has grown so much and she acts with a lot of feeling. The same can be said for Kiersey Clemons. There are a few highlight numbers.

The costumes and sets are evocatively rendered and the orchestra sound great and perform 'Rent's' fine score and songs with plenty of spirit. The ending is very powerful. A lot unfortunately doesn't work and don't really have much to add to what has already been said. The camera work is far too frenetic, as an epileptic some of it left me nauseous, and is often focused somewhere else all the times irrelevant other than where it should be.

The sound quality is badly unbalanced, with the orchestra too loud frequently and some of the vocals sounded underpowered i. Have also not come across a more irritating audience for anything in a long time, actually manages to be even worse than the audiences on the television talent show competitions.

Too loud and at inappropriate times. Have said that there were good renditions here, but the production would have been better if the pace calmed down and the choreography wasn't so erratic with a mix of just right, too busy and under-energised. A few powerful and moving moments aside, there are some unnecessary and downright strange changes that kill the momentum of the drama and stops it from having enough emotional impact, 'Rent' shouldn't leave one cold but by tampering or toning down what was so resonant and daring about it the production felt bland and too safe.

The nadir though, other than the irritating audience, is the walking disaster that is Valentina's Angel. Won't go into detail as to why because everything about the performance was wrong other than managing to look the part, will say though that the all over the place singing was especially painful. Concluding, a very mixed bag. I am a big fan of the recent spate of live television performances, featuring theater and movie classics. My anticipation for "Rent: Live" was compounded by the fact I have never seen a performance of "Rent".

Unfortunately, due to an injury to a lead actor, much of the televised show was not live, though it was performed before a live studio audience. But that is a small concern. The musical written by Jonathan Larson is an adaptation of the opera "La boheme" by Puccini. It is a rock opera in the tradition of "Jesus Christ Superstar", where almost all lines are sung and it encompasses a wide variety of musical styles.

Puccini's story is modernized and reconceptualized to fit a storyline that includes socio-political subjects. The modern narrative attempts to cover too much ground, diluting each of its divergent points of view. Still, most of its shortcomings are overcome by the show's strong musicality. The "Live" performance includes some changes from the original Broadway version, but it did not hurt the production. I found the studio audience to be annoying at times, interfering with the sound and acting like fans at a taping of "American Idol", but the sound was good through most of the show.

In fact, so much of the production is excellent, it is difficult to single out any one discipline. Let's just say this performance is ambitiously staged and up to the task. The cast features a strong coterie of musical talents. In a host of strong voices and irresistible personalities, I found Vanessa Hudgens's performance the most surprising. I am glad I watched this event. Though Larson's musical offers no concise philosophy where some might seek to find one, it is a moving and entertaining work that ratifies the humanity in all of us.

The end of the performance includes appearances by members of the original Broadway casta fitting tribute to Larson and his artistry. I'm such a purist with certain things and admit that change can be tough for me. Last night watching Rent Live was an interesting experience. It was great to hear music that I grew up on, it was great to watch characters reinterpreted, it was great to bear witness to this generations "interpretations" of what was a monumental show for its time and most of all it was great to critique it.

I had a hard time adjusting to this person cast as this character, but ultimately warmed up to him. He did, however, possess a bit too much swag for Marc, but overall his singing was on point. He nailed his choreo and lyrics in La Vie Boheme more on that number later Roger - Brennin Hunt's portrayal was absolutely, hands down best of this entire cast.

His rawness, grittiness and pure "rock" was beautiful not to mention his musicality on point Mimi - Tinashe was alright when solo - I wish he signing had a bit more "oomph. Maureen - Vanessa Hudgens is my second favorite casted character. She slayed and delivered like some of the greatest Maureen's I've ever seen. Joanne - Kiersy Clemons was a great choice. Super powerful and what I'd expect from anyone cast as Joanne.

Angel - Valentina was an utter disappointment. There are other words I'd like to use but shall refrain. But to say I was left appalled is an understatement. One of the most iconic drag characters in modern theatre was left gassed, off pitch and with no All Star quality I'd vote for.

Collins - Brandon Dixon as Collins was my third favorite character. He brought his energy to Collins' character and chyle His "I'll Cover You" reprise was easily up there with one of my top five performances of the night. Benny - Mario as Benny brought him to life. Not the best.

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