I got so tired of the Marco Polo character, I deleted my season pass after Episode 1. For whatever reason,neither Marco nor the rest of the show resonated with me. Guess Game of Thrones spoiled me. Perhaps I need a little magic to leaven series set in olden times.
Yeah...I couldn't get into it through three episodes. Seemed a little dull.
Good catch! Despite Stage Fright's abysmal 5.2 Stars out of 10 rating among IMDb voters, I decided to give it a shot anyway because I never met a musical about which I didn't find something to like and Stage Fright proved the point.
The film was so silly, it gave the word "camp" a bad name and the singing voices of its mostly young cast ranged from mediocre to awful. Nevertheless, some of the songs, written by the film's directer and writer, Jerome Sable, were very clever and often funny enough to make me laugh out loud. As you said, it's not for all tastes but for musical theater fans, at least those of us who are hard core enough to rise above its many weaknesses, Stage Fright is well worth spending the time it takes to sit through its 89 minute runtime.
It's on my list but haven't watched it yet. "Supernatural" recently did a musical spoof of the show and it was wonderful. The songs and performance caught the style of the characters especially Castiel. A couple years back the local theater put on a performance of "Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Musical" which I meant to go see but didn't get to it. Had to be a hoot.