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Little Shop Of Horrors

PG-13 In Theaters 07/2/1986 , 94min.
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Viewer Score
94%
Viewer score based on 7 ratings
81%
Critic score based on 15 reviews

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September 02, 2011
wimpykid2000
he's mean and green
June 23, 2011
jordanstudios
great movie
June 22, 2010
hrodi007
I really liked this movie. My favorite part was the dentist song.
July 20, 2008
Katiekata
I loved this movie! The music was the kind that gets tuck in your head but not in a bad way.

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Washington Post
The pleasures of Little Shop carry you past its dull stretches -- you enjoy its quick-witted wordplay, inventive sketch comedy and the Broadway- and Motown-influenced music (by Alan Menken). And most of all, you enjoy watching a story told through song, as the Hollywood musical, with its glitz and sass, is reborn. Full Review
Gene Siskel
Chicago Tribune
The songs are joyful, and the plant is a foul-mouthed wonder when it begins to talk. Director Frank Oz deserves credit for staging a musical in classic form, creating nothing less than one of the year's most entertaining films. [19 Dec 1986, p.A] Full Review
Gerald Nachman
San Francisco Chronicle
Little Shop of Horrors is consistently amusing and churns with non-stop musical momentum, plus a few old-time Disney touches. This time, it's easy being green. [19 Dec 1986, p.79] Full Review
James Berardinelli
ReelViews
This is the kind of charming motion picture that can be viewed repeatedly without ever wearing out its welcome. With several triumphant musical numbers, an original villain, a smart and witty script, a cute romance, and a new, upbeat ending, this Little Shop of Horrors offers countless delights during its 94-minute running time. Full Review
Janet Maslin
The New York Times
Little Shop of Horrors isn't uniformly entertaining, nor is its score always entirely audible; the musical dubbing is at times very awkward. But its best moments are delightful enough to make the slow stretches unimportant. Full Review

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