Sunday, October 6, 2019

Insta Scoop: Lea Salonga Issues Advice Prior to Watching 'Sweeney Todd,' Definitely A Play Not for Kids


Images courtesy of Instagram: msleasalonga

22 comments:

  1. Google is free. Research research dn before getting tickets

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  2. It is a parent’s personal responsibility to research about the play/ movie/show you will bring your kids to. Sweeney Todd is gory please do not take your kids there

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  3. Exactly! Nakakaloka lang na as we become more high-tech, lalung nagiging sabaw ang tao... tama si 12:30, google is free naman! Nakakapagtaka lang, during the 70’s naman hindi ganyan kasabaw ang tao 💁‍♀️💁‍♀️

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    1. Nagiging tamad na eh, wala nang kusa sa pagreresearch. Gusto na iniispoonfeed na lang.

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    2. Sad to say ganyan epekto ng technology. Tamad na mga tao at hindi na nag effort.

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  4. They should see the Johnny Depp version din. So graphic!

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  5. Yung movie nga nitong Sweeney Todd e ako mismo na adult na nakapanood noon e na-shock pa ako sa story.

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    1. True. I even regretted watching it. Nakakadiri, morbid

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  6. after ko mapanuod movie ng Sweeney Todd hindi na ko kumain ng meat pies.

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  7. Hmmm.....If you are a theatre person you would know that for sure. Sweeney Todd has been around for decades.

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  8. Kaloka naman yan. The parents don’t even bother to read about the show before deciding to buy the tickets. Many broadway shows are for adults only.

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  9. May pera pantheater pero walang common sense yung ibang parents.

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  10. My mom let my 3 year old brother watch CANDYMAN in her room while she was dressing up for a party in her walk in closet and chatting with her friends on speaker phone thinking it was a kid show. He just started screaming when he disemboweled people with his hook hand. Poor kid had nightmares for 3 months. Could not look at mirrors and scared to go to the bathroom alone

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    1. I'm 38 and I haven't forgotten Jaws, The Exorcist, and a zombie movie I've had to watch with babysitting teen aunts. I was around 5 that time, and movie ratings (PG, SPG) weren't really given much regard. So yeah, I still remember the gore, and the horror. And similar to your brother, I couldn't sleep much, and I've dreamed about it, too for weeks.

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    2. Awww poor kids!

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  11. May pambili ng tickets pero hindi man lang magawang mag research 😂

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  12. Pero ako gets ko naman kahit di ako magresearch na may pagka violent ang play kse based pa lng sa trailer na napapanood ko when watching Eat Bulaga laging advertise ang play nila,obvious nman ang theme.. Nakakatakot ang mga itsura nila

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  13. Jusko libre lang ang Google. For me, nas magiging maganda ang musical experience mo if you read up on the story background first bago ka pumasok ng theatre. I go as far as studying the characters and plot pa hehe. Mas worth it for me that way.

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  14. there's a Sweeney Todd movie kaya hindi ko alam bat hindi nila alam na for adults yung play? Saka sa poster palang ang dark na ng dating noh pero I want to watch it

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