‘The Prom’: prime reazioni della stampa Usa al musical Netflix con Meryl Streep e Nicole Kidman

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Di Simone Fabriziani

La stampa Usa ha avuto la possibilità di vedere in anteprima l’atteso musical The Prom, ispirato llo show omonimo di Broadway di Chad Beguelin, Bob Martin e Matthew Sklar e diretto da Ryan Murphy. In arrivo esclusivamente su Netflix a partire da venerdì 11 dicembre.

Ecco alcune delle reazioni maggiori per il film con protagoniste le giovani Jo Ellen Pellman, Ariana DeBose, attorniate da un cast di veterani tra cui Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidmna, James Corden, Keegan Michal Key e Kerry Washington.

Fonte: IndieWire

Was surprised by how much I loved the Broadway musical The Prom; so was Ryan Murphy, who made a quick round of calls to the stars he wanted to work with and landed Meryl Streep & Nicole Kidman, who shine in this entertaining, escapist @netflix diversion. Multiple Globes for sure!

— Anne Thompson (@akstanwyck) November 29, 2020

Every element of Ryan Murphy’s THE PROM is so inflated & exaggerated. All of the dialogue feels like an emotionally manipulative wink at the camera. Disguised as an exuberant joy, it desperately wants you to love it but its inconsistent tone, performances & pacing held me back. pic.twitter.com/3R0p1g2Bec

— Matt Neglia (@NextBestPicture) November 29, 2020

‘The Prom’ is just pure joy. A welcoming entry into a year that has seen its fair share of tragedy, it’s great to see a film exude so much positivity. The cast is collectively outstanding and standouts are Jo Ellen Pellman, Ariana DeBose and Keegan-Michael Key. Loved it. #TheProm pic.twitter.com/5k4xmAE2A2

— Clayton Davis (@AwardsCircuit) November 29, 2020

The Prom is the best stage to screen musical adaptation in years. A feel great musical extravaganza that is exactly what the world needs in 2020. Wholly entertaining, hilarious, touching, & very relevant. #TheProm is brilliantly cast with terrific performances across the board. pic.twitter.com/ZCaX2PaoiR

— Scott Menzel (@ScottDMenzel) November 29, 2020

I think if you like musicals you will like The Prom. If you don’t like musicals it will be a struggle. The two young female leads attending the prom are great.

— Sasha Stone (@AwardsDaily) November 29, 2020

Really liked #TheProm. A gorgeous and vibrant production. Streep is hilarious and commanding. Keegan-Michael Key is dreamy. Kidman, Rannells and Washington are fun. Ariana DeBose is winsome. But it’s Jo Ellen Pellman who has my heart in a wonderful, star-making turn.

— Erik Anderson (@awards_watch) November 29, 2020

Meryl Streep singing “It’s not About me” is the greatest gift she has given us since “The Winner Takes it All.” Y’all aren’t ready for this triumphant performance. @promnetflix #theProm pic.twitter.com/Q56JYapw4U

— Jazz Tangcay (@jazzt) November 29, 2020