By Iquo B. Essien
An undeniably fun ride, albeit with too much restraint here, too over-the-top there.
By Cynthia Fuchs
The decidedly uneven score embraces the music of its moment, from soul to Motown to pop to disco, all filtered through Broadway, which means it's all too watery and white.
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