The Greatest Showman Movie Review

The Greatest Showman Movie Review

The Greatest Showman Movie Review today! Beyond The Trailer’s reaction & review 2017! Hugh Jackman! Zendaya! Soundtrack!

The Greatest Showman Movie Review today! Beyond The Trailer host Grace Randolph’s reaction & review of The Greatest Showman, the 2017 musical about PT Barnum starring Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron, Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson and Michelle Williams with a soundtrack by Pasek & Paul! Should you see the full movie? Enjoy The Greatest Showman in 2017 and make Beyond The Trailer your first stop for movie news, trailer and review on YouTube today!

PT Barnum Article

Intro – 00:00
(Not) Broadway – 1:13
Directing – 3:15
PT Barnum – 4:37
Ad Campaign – 6:02
First 15-20 Min – 6:43
Soundtrack – 8:11
Favorite Numbers – 9:05
Hugh Jackman – 10:24
Zac Efron – 10:46
Zendaya – 11:05
Rebecca Ferguson – 11:57
Ensemble – 12:32
Too Soon – 13:17
Conclusion – 14:14

Interact with host & creator Grace Randolph!



Beatness says:

That springtime for hitler comparison though- ouch!

Brian Carson says:

I found it a bit odd and distracting that Hugh Jackman plays PTB as a young man. Like seriously HJ is almost 50, granted he is a good looking guy who is aging well, but to play someone who was supposed to be in their twenties seemed off.

Damus Ravenwood says:

And i actually really liked bright and felt that it wasn't rushed at all :U

Damus Ravenwood says:

"If spring time for hitler was a really good musical" ????

Carla de Souza says:

Zac efron is so freaking hot

Harry Nelson says:

I loved it but watching the circus acts would be way more impressive live than filmed, also the movie felt like it was on fast forward especially in the beginning things just happened way to fast

Karn Phutanate says:

I don’t think the history should’ve mattered for the movie as much as people make it to be. It said inspired by a true story, not based. When it says inspired it means that some parts are true but the majority of it was not real

AnimatronicClover says:

You know what. I don't give two shits about the REAL P.T. Barnum. I went into the movie to have fun. Not compare it and I don't know WHY people go into something like this just to gripe about it later. I get SOME people do it for a living like you, but honestly…I don't care. I care about what Hugh brought to the stage and I wasn't disappointed unlike the rest of the world.

Namatama Taba says:

This movie is beautiful

Stephen Nguyen says:

Just saw this. Absolutely loved it!

Chloe Peifer says:

did you actually put PT Barnum “in the same circle” as Hitler???

John Wayne says:

Just seen this today, I was looking out for the dodgy camera work you mentioned, it wasn’t as bad as you suggested, thank god lol, but my my my, it was truly amazing, my friend cried tears of joy the entire film ?

Gabriel Vivas says:

I know you didn't like "This is me" when you first watched the trailer. But I'm curious on what's your opinion now? IMO, is one of the strongest songs of the movie, (the other being The Greatest Show. Such a great opening) and the strength Keala Settle gives to the song is amazing.

Mel Hyde says:

I loved this movie, and although it has its flaws, the way it played like a Broadway show I really liked.

Chanler Fitzpatrick says:

I love ur criticism but the movie is meant for every age to see even though they weren't accurate with the P.T Barnum.part it wasn't gonna PG if they put all of the things he really did it's supposed to be a fun enjoyable movie not a historical movie what's the point of a musical if u have all the history and Hitler type stuff u might as well call it a documentery

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