Not Rated | | Comedy, Musical
A failed Broadway singer who now works as a production manager must save opening night on his new production by wrangling his eccentric cast and crew.
At several points during the movie, Topher Grace's character stands in front of a fake play sign called "That 70's Play." A play adaptation of "That 70's Show" that Topher Grace starred in.
Look it's five minutes to show; why do we always have to cut this so close?
JC: Come here, okay? The secret to success... is *relaxation*.
Nick: I'm relaxed.
JC: No. You know there was another guy in my band who couldn't relax either? To be honest with you, he ...
At about 1h 30 mins when Nick is singing on stage, his voice switches to microphone in sync with the music, although he doesn't take the mic from CJ for another 10 seconds. Then when he steps off the stage singing and walking towards Chloe, his voice continues to come from the speakers even though he's wearing no sound equipment.
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