Newsies (1992)
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Newsies (1992)


Genre
:
Family | Music | Drama
Rating
:
6.6 / 10
Release Date
:
10 April 1992
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
2 : 1 minutes
Spoken Language
:
English
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
A week in the life of the exploited, child newspaper sellers in turn-of-the-century New York. When their publisher, Joseph Pulitzer, tries to squeeze a little more profit out of their labours, they organize a strike, only to be confronted with the Pulitzer's hard-ball tactics.

Cast Overview :

Jack 'Cowboy' Kelly
by: Christian Bale
Bryan Denton
by: Bill Pullman
Medda Larkson
by: Ann-Margret Olsson
Joseph Pulitzer
by: Robert Duvall
David Jacobs
by: David Moscow
Les Jacobs
by: Luke Edwards
Racetrack Higgins
by: Max Casella
Spot Conlon
by: Gabriel Damon
Crutchy
by: Marty Belafsky
Mush
by: Aaron Lohr
Snitch
by: Dee Caspary
Oscar Delancey
by: Shon Greenblatt
Kid Blink
by: Trey Parker
Skittery
by: Michael A. Goorjian
Bumlets
by: Dominic Lucero
Pie-Eater
by: David Sidoni
Swifty the Rake
by: Kevin Stea
Sarah Jacobs
by: Ele Keats
Mayer Jacobs
by: Jeffrey DeMunn
Esther Jacobs
by: Deborra-Lee Furness
Kloppman
by: Marc Lawrence
Weasel
by: Michael Lerner
Snyder
by: Kevin Tighe
Seitz
by: Charles Cioffi
Judge Movealong Monahan
by: William Boyett
Captain McSwain
by: Shay Duffin
Bunsen
by: Tom Finnegan
Policeman
by: Frank Novak
Boots
by: Arvie Lowe, Jr.

Member Reviews :

Enjoyed this. I've noted before that musicals aren't my favourite (the more I watch, the more they grow on me to be honest), but I had a fun time viewing 'Newsies'. It manages to maintain the entertainment whilst keeping strong focus on both the music and storyline, a lot of the musicals that I've seen tend to focus on the tunes first and almost forget about the plot, this doesn't. I thoroughly liked seeing the premise unfold. Talking of song and dance, I rate the musical numbers. I wouldn't say I'll remember or revisit any of the songs but that's not really important, the fact that it all suits the onscreen stuff is what matters most. I do like "Santa Fe" by Christian Bale, who is excellent by the way. Best actor on display, though David Moscow (David), Bill Pullman (Bryan) and Robert Duvall (Pulitzer) are good too. This overtakes 'Babes in Toyland' as my standout Disney strictly live-action musical so far; not including films like 'Mary Poppins', which is a live-action/animation mix.
  r96sk