A LITTLE PITCHY
A successful musical is almost a kind of miracle. Not only do you have a good script, a cast that could not only act, but also sing (or lip-synch) and dance convincingly. The songs have to be hummable, enchanting or kick-ass and they have to belong within the narrative. They have to have a reason for existing. The movies here did none of these things correctly. The pointless songs sucked and the actors struggled in vain. A bad musical is its own special kind of disaster.