Going back to 1920s, where two women on death row desperately try to fight for the show business life. Directed by Rob Marshall in 2002.
Classic film directed by Ken Hughes in 1968 of a mix of comedy and music. When an invention of a magical car takes a family on an adventure where life is very different and the car is all the evil Baron wants and nothing will get in his way.
Travel back to 1978 where Danny and Sandy struggle in school life after a summer romance. Directed by Randal Kleiser.
Hugh Jackman brings P.T Barnum to life in this emotional route to building a circus. Directed by Michael Gracey in 2017.
Travel back to the 1960s and be a part of the changes happening in the Corny Collins Show. Directed by Adam Shankman in 2007.
The beginning of the High School Musicals, the introduction to the characters and the start of the romance and singing at East High. Directed by Kenny Ortega in 2006.
The second High School Musical film which moves away from East High School to Lava Springs, during the summer as they all struggle with their jobs on Sharpay’s turf. Directed by Kenny Ortega in 2007.
The final High School Musical film where we say goodbye to Troy Bolton, Gabriella Montez and the others in their Senior Year. Released in 2008 and directed by Kenny Ortega.
An aspiring actress and a struggling jazz pianist find a romance which twists and changes their lives in a series of songs and dances. Directed by Damien Chazelle in 2016.
Seymour turns to a plant in order to help the Flower Shop he works at, when he finds out the plant wants blood rather than water. Directed by Frank Oz in 1986.
ABBA classics are brought to light in this 2008 film, directed by Phyllida Lloyd with brilliant actors such as Meryl Streep and Colin Firth.
A penniless writer falls in love with a star of a night theatre show in which jealously strikes as the Duke has already named her his. Directed by Baz Luhrmann in 2001.
A newly-engaged couple find themselves in a castle and end up doing things they never would have imagined doing. Directed by Jim Sharman in 1975.