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Naturally, it all comes down to the night of the big pageant. If she doesn’t Amber, will win the crown -- much to the chagrin of almost everyone involved.
Bubbling over with entertainment effervescence and a wealth of award wining performances, Hairspray is the perfect example of cinematic synchronicity -- flawless casting, amazing material, brilliant production design, stellar songs and directorial magic all rolled up into one big wad of motion picture cotton candy.
She hates school, and along with best friend Penny Pingleton (Amanda Bynes), she rushes home every day to catch the locally produced dance extravaganza, The Corny Collins Show.
Among the series regulars are The Council, a group of talented teens that are supposed to symbolize clean cut American values.
See more » ] Oh, oh, oh, woke up today, feeling the way I always do. A must see for musical lovers--or anyone who just likes to have a good time.
It radiates an energy and a joy that’s beyond infectious.
The first, and least noxious, is her daughter Amber’s future career.
This is impossible as on that same night, Edna has been shown wearing a purple top and purple skirt, and later her purple road. It could be that I am just dizzied by the dashing good looks of Zac Efron, but the magic that was produced on stage by the original Hairspray cast has transfered flawlessly to the big screen. Nikki Blonsky premiered beautifully as the spunky and voluptuous Tracy Turnblad. The candy colored costumes and thrilling choreography were so enjoyable, and even the more serious parts of the film (though there are very few! The only thing I wished had been included was the song "Mama I'm a Big Girl Now." While it would have been a great addition, other big song and dance numbers carried the film along just fine.