For a while now I’ve been wanting to do some kind of YouTube or podcast series of some sort, commenting on things, just little dumb episodes for fun. Trouble is, I’m neurotically camera shy and I never really figure I’d have anything worthwhile to talk about that people would listen to.
I’ve been watching a lot of past YouTube episodes done by Doug Walker (The Nostalgia Critic) where he critiques films (mostly bad) from the 80s and 90s, but he’s also done some well-versed and—frankly—very moving reviews on classic Disney films.
Then I got an idea…what if I did something similar, reviewing films and stuff, but MUSICALS? That way I wouldn’t have to technically be ON screen, it’s something I know a lot about, and it’s interesting.
So my question is this—IF I were to actually put this little germ of an idea into action, what classic musicals (preferably in the 1930s–1960s range) would you guys like to be reviewed?
- notmyera answered: Royal Wedding. I LOVE that movie, but it never gets any attention.
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- icouldgoonsinging answered: I’d start out with a recognizable classic like The Wizard of Oz, Singin’ in the Rain, Meet Me In St. Louis or An American in Paris maybe.
- gonewithclass answered: You could try starting out with the popular/well-known ones, like Singin in the Rain and The Wizard of Oz. Then you could narrow it down.
- fiveoclockangel answered: 1940s-50s - social changes were interesting
- climbthroughthetide answered: The Pirate!
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