The Guy Who Didn't Like Musicals

Movie • 2018 • Music  Report
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smudgerkat
No dogs die during the show, but a character mentions eating a dog.
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Does an animal die?
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KennedyKelly
“Her cat is dead”
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thenumbereleven
Not shown, but briefly mentioned in "Show Me Your Hands".
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Are there bugs?
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simon
No explicit addiction but one minor character is described as a “hardcore stoner”
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simon
A brief scene depicting smoking weed, and a minor character is described as a “hardcore stoner”
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45fl
At the start of the musical in the office, Charlotte is seen smoking and drinking because of her marriage problems.
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RowanOakley
No one has limbs amputated, but be aware that there's scene where a character's leg is broken, and there's a (simulated) piece of shrapnel piercing her leg.
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fromagenator
In the song La Dee Dah Dah Day a man briefly mentions “snacking on a dead man’s face”
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simon
However, it’s worth noting that a head is hit so hard that the brain falls out
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um_actually...
Okay, so it is a fake bone in Emma's leg after the helicopter crashes. It is either a bone or a piece of shrapnel from the wreckage.
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eLixa
Bill is shot and killed by his daughter, Alice.
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IWannaBeAStarshipRanger
Professor Hidgens kidnaps Emma and Ted, but for the conceivable purpose of protecting them.
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eLixa
17-year-old Alice may still be moving around, but she has become infected by the musical aliens, and thus can be/is considered dead.
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45fl
(Spoilers) Charlotte cheats on Sam with Ted, and Sam cheats on Charlotte with one of the girls from the coffee shop.
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simon
No real jumpscares but there are a couple instances where someone’s entrance/actions could be mildly startling?
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Jess is proud of EMMY WINNER DARREN CRISS
By aliens
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thenumbereleven
A character accidentally spits blood into another character's face. There are also discussions of spitting into other people's food, and sometimes the actors get a little carried away with their lines + visibly spit during delivery.
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Jess is proud of EMMY WINNER DARREN CRISS
At the very end Paul kind of gags and sticks his fingers in his mouth but doesn't vomit
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eLixa
The ending scene takes place in a hospital, though the only indication is that there is a nurse present, and a hospital monitor beeps in the background.
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lily
1:15:08- A character is drugged using a syringe.
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iamconstantine
Paul gets very shaken up over the course of the plot, but it's treated humorously and doesn't last long.
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lily
1:11:46- A character attempts suicide, but is stopped almost immediately. Another character's death can be considered a suicide, as he plans his own murder. This is drawn out for a while, and is hard to give an exact time stamp.
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IWannaBeAStarshipRanger
There are some strobe affects, particularly at the end of “Let It Out”, when they’re used to simulate an explosion, as the main character Paul has just pulled the pin from a grenade.
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RowanOakley
No one is assaulted, but one song has one character vividly describing his choking kink to another character who is visibly uncomfortable. It's played for laughs.
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45fl
There is quite a lot of sexual themes and language throughout, especially during “what do you want Paul” and in scenes with Charlotte and Ted.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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simon
(MAJOR SPOILERS FOR THE ENDING) lgbt characters are killed, but doesn’t fit the bury your gays trope since pretty much everyone dies
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Elash
IWannaBeAStarshipRanger is incorrect, multiple characters die onstage before Bill.
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KennedyKelly
Spoilers: Literally every character dies lol
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hyperjenb
A character is emotionally abused/neglected by her husband, but not physically abused. Said husband does try to shoot her, but only because he is possessed.
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fromagenator
Brief mention of a character dying in a car crash
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iamconstantine
The climax ends with a bomb going off, but this is only presented by the lights going out and some explosion sounds.
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hyperjenb
"What Do You Want, Paul" has a character sing at length about wanting to be choked during sex.
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lily
Multiple guns are used throughout the show, and several characters are shot to death.
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simon
Worth noting that it’s pretty obviously fake, but still pretty graphic
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simon
Helicopter crash
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simon
worth noting that a character does mention their sister dying in a car crash in the past
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