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Sing 2

I don’t even care mate, I loved it. I’m a pretty easy audience emotionally – if a film wants to make me laugh or cry I’ll usually be doing both – and I’m not ashamed to say I shed a tear at this. 

I think the thing I like most about it is that the central character is deeply flawed, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t worth anything. Despite his own struggles he’s able to bring a bunch of different personalities together and have them believe in themselves, and he means something to their stories even if his lack of self esteem leads him to do silly things because he doesn’t realise it. That’s basically what The Greatest Showman should’ve been if it was written competently.

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