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Seymour Krelborn is a nerdy orphan working at Mushnik's, a flower shop in urban Skid Row. He harbors a crush on fellow co-worker Audrey Fulquard, and is berated by Mr. Mushnik daily. One day as Seymour is seeking a new mysterious plant, he finds a very mysterious unidentified plant which he calls Audrey II. The plant seems to have a craving for blood and soon begins to sing for his supper.
Little Shop of Horrors is probably my favorite musical and this is coming from someone who doesn't like musicals (in general, there are always a few exceptions). My older sister was in a high school production so I remember a time where her taped performance and this movie were in constant rotation if she was in the living room, but surprisingly, her grumpy, mischievous and weird little sister didn't mind.
Last night I revisited the movie for the first time in many, many years and watching it on blu-ray was magnificent. The colors were brilliantly sharp and the director's cut is the movie that everyone should have been watching for all of these years. The original ending is a sight…
The greatest remake ever.
The best Rick Moranis film there has been.
All other musicals pale into insignificance.
Viewed the director's Cut on Blu-ray
Ladies and gentlemen, If you consider yourself a musical fan and you haven't seen this movie, then you aren't a musical fan. It's just that simple. In my eyes at least, this is THE musical. Combining a fantastic story, wonderful and mesmerizing songs, perfect and charming characters, smooth and seamless pacing; It's all capped off with some of the best puppetry ever to grace the silver screen.
If you're looking for a roller-coaster of a good time, then look no further than Little Shop of Horrors.
The story follows Seymour, played by Rick Moranis, who is an employee in a local flower shop located in skidrow. The film takes an interesting turn as the…
you know what they say about capitalism, gentrification & man-eating plants... they're, uh... not great, bob. (alternate director's cut ending is some of the best action spectacle ever committed to film.)
This ain't got nothing on Phantom of the Paradise or The Rocky Horror Picture Show, but neither does any other musical in existence.
audrey and seymour invented love
My namesake praise god
okay so my third time watching this and i actually nvr saw the original ending until today???! ive only seen the theatrical cut?
I imagined it so much better, I put it on a pedestal for so long it was a little but disappointing.
The characters are so over the top that I imagined the hole plot and story was going to be on the same level.
I mean the horror part is not really horror ... And I get that, but it didn't have me that rush or that exciment as in TRHPS for example.
The character are cartoony like, which you can totally expect being a musical but I don't know I imagined it better ... I think is just that.
I love the punch lines, is super funny but it's lacking something... I know know. Maybe more extravagant characters more show ... I don't know mmm
It felt flat, it does show society I get everything.
The esthetics are to die for but Meh!
I worshipped this one as a kid. I've now seen it twice as an adult and am glad to say it more than holds up. Only debit is the rushed and convenient reshot ending (which I still far prefer to the "director's cut" ending, though neither are 100% satisfying).
"I know Seymour's the greatest but I'm dating a semi-sadist."
I'm thankful towards everyone involved in this movie.
the plant was cute then it stopped being cute
The most perfect casting ever. No-one could be played better by a different actor. Such an important film and musical.
FAR FROM SKID ROW
I DREAM WE'LL GO
Help me out with this one guys.
I think Some Like it Hot is the one that marked me the…