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26th Jul '16 3:43:37 PM Anddrix
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* BaseBreaker: The stage adaptation. Plenty of fans of the original movie can and will admit that they consider the stage adaptation to be good, and even better than the source material. Some fans like both equally. But there's a group of fans of the original movie who will get pretty vicious over the stage musical and the amount of love it gets, plenty of them complaining about how nobody likes the movie anymore. There's also an equally vicious section of the musical fans who consider the movie vastly inferior and deride its fans.
** Sarah and Katherine. Better off to just not talk about them. Sarah is still considered TheScrappy by most of the fandom.

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%% * BaseBreaker: BaseBreakingCharacter: Sarah and Katherine. Better off to just not talk about them. Sarah is still considered TheScrappy by most of the fandom.
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The stage adaptation. Plenty of fans of the original movie can and will admit that they consider the stage adaptation to be good, and even better than the source material. Some fans like both equally. But there's a group of fans of the original movie who will get pretty vicious over the stage musical and the amount of love it gets, plenty of them complaining about how nobody likes the movie anymore. There's also an equally vicious section of the musical fans who consider the movie vastly inferior and deride its fans.
** Sarah and Katherine. Better off to just not talk about them. Sarah is still considered TheScrappy by most of the fandom.
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15th Nov '15 7:55:28 AM twilicorn
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* VindicatedByHistory: Once a punching bag for critics, as time went on it became one of the biggest {{cult classic}}s of TheNineties that even warranted a Tony-winning ScreenToStageAdaptation.
11th Oct '15 9:44:39 AM twilicorn
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** "Watch What Happens" from the ScreenToStageAdaptation.
11th Aug '15 6:06:48 PM mutents
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** Can we also take a moment to mention David in that last scene? When he's down to just his undershirt... ''mmm''......
13th Jul '15 5:42:11 AM nanakiro
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* AcceptableTargets: When trying to figure out which headlines would help them sell more papers, one newsie suggests a crooked politician. He gets shouted down because "that ain't news no more!"


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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: During the nuns scene in "Carrying the Banner", a woman walks through the crowd of newsies, looking for her missing son. She is never seen again and, according to the audio commentary of the film, serves no purpose other than to show how common it was for children to run away from home during those days.
28th Feb '15 9:16:50 PM LittleGwen
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** "I'm not used to having whether I stay or whether I go matter. But, umů does it? Matter?"
16th Nov '14 8:09:26 AM MagBas
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* UnfortunateImplications: To say that Weasel is a bit of a Jewish stereotype is putting it mildly.

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* UnfortunateImplications: To say that Weasel is a bit of a Jewish stereotype is putting it mildly.
11th Nov '14 7:38:53 PM inmylife
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** To be fair, the girls have their fair share of fans. And the stage musical added two female newsies (Smalls in the Broadway production and Sniper in the tour), who've become more popular than some of the boys with similarly sized roles.


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** In the stage musical, Jack and Crutchie open the show singing about how they're going to run away together, sleep together on the roof of the lodging house, and Jack's reaction to Crutchie being taken to the Refuge is [[HeroicBSOD pretty intense.]]
11th Nov '14 7:27:05 PM inmylife
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* BaseBreaker: The stage adaptation. Plenty of fans of the original movie can and will admit that they consider the stage adaptation to be good, and even better than the source material. Some fans like both equally. But there's a group of fans of the original movie who will get pretty vicious over the stage musical and the amount of love it gets, plenty of them complaining about how nobody likes the movie anymore.

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* BaseBreaker: The stage adaptation. Plenty of fans of the original movie can and will admit that they consider the stage adaptation to be good, and even better than the source material. Some fans like both equally. But there's a group of fans of the original movie who will get pretty vicious over the stage musical and the amount of love it gets, plenty of them complaining about how nobody likes the movie anymore. There's also an equally vicious section of the musical fans who consider the movie vastly inferior and deride its fans.
4th Nov '14 9:45:13 AM RisefromYourGrave
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** For one thing, while we have some CrowningMusicOfAwesome in the musical, with ''Seize the Day'' and ''The World Will Know'', the FinalLoveDuet ''Something to Believe In'' has got to be the worst-written and most generic song of the soundtrack, with such lyrical gems as "We [were] never meant to meet/And then we meet, [[ContrivedCoincidence who knows why]]?" and "I thought I knew what love was/Now I'm learning what is true:/That love will do what it does.".

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** For one thing, while we have some CrowningMusicOfAwesome in the musical, with ''Seize "Seize the Day'' Day" and ''The "The World Will Know'', Know", the FinalLoveDuet ''Something to Believe In'' has got to be the worst-written and most generic song of the soundtrack, with such lyrical gems as "We [were] never meant to meet/And then we meet, [[ContrivedCoincidence who knows why]]?" and "I thought I knew what love was/Now I'm learning what is true:/That love will do what it does.".
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