The Greatest Showman: Sing-Along

The Greatest Showman: Sing-Along


The impossible comes true.

Sing along to the Golden Globe-winning original musical inspired by the life of U.S. showman P.T. Barnum (Hugh Jackman), founder of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum Bailey Circus. Features songs by Academy Award winners Benji Pasek and Justin Paul (La La Land).

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  • The sawdust and sequins are laid on thick, the period flashbulbs pop and the champagne flows in The Greatest Showman, yet this ersatz portrait of American big-top tent impresario P.T. Barnum is all smoke and mirrors, no substance. Full Review

  • "The Greatest Showman," for all its celebratory razzle-dazzle, in the end feels curiously lacking in conviction. Full Review

  • An amusement park version of P.T. Barnum is fine, as far as that goes, but if you are going to aim for family-friendly fun, you need to get the fun part right. Full Review

  • Amazingly, a virtuoso Hugh Jackman as P.T. Barnum, spare-no-expense production values and a score by Oscar (La La Land) and Tony (Dear Evan Hansen) winners Ben Pasek and Justin Paul add up to a shrill blast of nothing. Full Review

  • An old-fashioned musical with a none-more-zeitgeisty songsheet, it may not be a flawless piece of storytelling, but it's a pretty decent show. Full Review

  • "The Greatest Showman" wants to give you a splashy good time, and does, and it's got something that takes you by surprise: a genuine romantic spirit. Full Review

  • By the end, I found myself exhausted by the idea of wonder, not to mention the film's notion that critics - those evil, fun-hating critics - are immune to it. Full Review