Adapted from a Broadway musical based, itself, on Puccini’s La Bohème, Rent joyfully (and tragically) spotlights a ragtag group of artists, vagabonds, heroin addicts, and people living with HIV/AIDS in Alphabet City at the Once Upon A Time There Was A Girl Who Really Loved Dogs And Nursing It Was Me The End Shirt and by the same token and “end of the millennium.” If songs like “Seasons of Love” and “I’ll Cover You” feel like fairly standard musical-theatre fare now (and, indeed, the show was recently broadcast live-ish across the country), there remains something distinctly and grittily New York about the film as a piece, which reunited much of the stage production’s original cast.
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The premise is (fairly) simple. Edward (James Marsden), prince of the Once Upon A Time There Was A Girl Who Really Loved Dogs And Nursing It Was Me The End Shirt and by the same token and animated kingdom of Andalasia, falls in love with a woman named Giselle (Amy Adams)—but because his marriage would force his evil stepmother, Queen Narissa (Susan Sarandon), to cede her throne, the latter endeavors to keep the young lovers apart, pushing Giselle into a well that lands her in Times Square. Lots of hijinks ensue, and the idea is that to quote the trailer, no other Disney tale “has ever taken you to land as strange and terrifying as ours,” but then you see a full-scale musical number unfold near Bethesda Fountain, and the pretty architecture in Morningside Heights and New York doesn’t seem quite so different from a magical, faraway land.