Into the Woods
Into the Woods

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A witch tasks a childless baker and his wife with procuring magical items from classic fairy tales to reverse the curse put on their family tree.... (Full plot summary below)

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A witch tasks a childless baker and his wife with procuring magical items from classic fairy tales to reverse the curse put on their family tree.

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New England Movies Weekly - 10/10 by Daniel M. Kimmel Director Rob Marshall... makes good use of Hollywood magic to make the fairy tale magic seem real in a way that is not possible on stage.
SSG Syndicate - 10/10 by Susan Granger Tuneful and enchanting...Dare I say it's even better than the stage version?Because Stephen Sondheim's intricate music and insightful, tongue-twisting lyrics are crystal-clear.
TV Guide - 10/10 by Perry Seibert Into the Woods is a grandly satisfying experience -- one rooted in old-fashioned storytelling, peerless songcraft, and a genuine respect for the viewer's intelligence.
Minneapolis Star Tribune - 10/10 by Colin Covert "Into the Woods" is a paean to the primal magic of storytelling.
ZEALnyc - 10/10 by Thelma Adams Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods, as directed by Rob Marshall, from James Lapine's screenplay, is movie musical bliss - better than Marshall's Oscar-winning Chicago and so much better than his miscast, misbegotten Nine.
Film Comment Magazine - 10/10 by Jonathan Romney Marshall delivers Into the Woods to the screen dutifully, but what's lost is the real point of the show as an exploration of storytelling-& the playfulness too, in both senses, for stage Sondheim is both ludic & fully mindful of its own status as play.
Tri-City Herald - 9/10 by Gary Wolcott A fun and authentically original and trip into your favorite fairy tales. Acts 1 and 2 are terrific. The third act brings it down a bit.
Lyles' Movie Files - 9/10 by Jeffrey Lyles With its creative premise, terrific ensemble, mesmerizing visuals and dazzling musical numbers, it's a dream come true for fans of the revered Broadway production.
The New York Times - 9/10 by Stephen Holden Into the Woods, the splendid Disney screen adaptation of the Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine musical, infuses new vitality into the tired marketing concept of entertainment for “children of all ages.” That usually translates to mean only children and their doting parents. But with Into the Woods, you grow up with the characters, young and old, in a lifelong process of self-discovery.
Movie City News - 9/10 by David Poland It's a shame that work as sophisticated as Sondheim's is left badly interpreted by a director who can't keep up with the subtext.
St. Paul Pioneer Press - 9/10 by Chris Hewitt (St. Paul) I'm a big fan of Stephen Sondheim so I suspect I'm an unusually tough audience for "Into the Woods," but I liked it a lot.
Salt Lake Tribune - 9/10 by Sean P. Means Sondheim and his collaborator James Lapine ... have to sacrifice a thing or two within the House of Mouse. But their vision, of children's stories reimagined for thinking adults, remains gloriously intact.

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