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Why The F#@k Is Everybody Singing

A jovial ride of theatricality and comedy.
3/5

Review

Director Sonia Blangiardo-Goins delivers a charming and lighthearted musical comedy with her short film ‘Why The F#@k Is Everybody Singing’. Written by Brandon Goins, who also leads the cast as Logan, the film follows a hapless corporate employee as he navigates the bewildering world of spontaneously singing and dancing colleagues.

Featuring outstanding vocal delivery from the entire cast, the film has a wonderful energy that is sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face. The musical numbers are catchy and memorable, and the campy style of the production is perfectly executed. The film’s use of theatrical style acting further contributes to its comedic tone, and the result is an entertaining and amusing story that doesn’t take itself too seriously.

Despite the humor and whimsy of the film, the technical aspects are well-executed with nice cinematography that captures the energy and spirit of the musical numbers. And while the film is certainly not for everyone, it will appeal greatly to fans of musical comedy.

Overall, the short is a great work that showcases the versatility of the genre and how musicals can be used to tell unexpected and delightful stories. It is a testament to the power of the art form and a great piece of entertainment. Highly recommended for fans of musicals and for anyone in need of a good laugh.

Why The F#@k Is Everybody Singing

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