I watched a sneak peek of it a while ago, and I just remember thinking, dang, I wish I could see this on the big screen.
Now, I am a showtunes/musical geek (among my other geeky habits). But I was seriously singing along. First Asian American musical since Flower Drum Song. How can you beat that?
I also loved the fact that the story is about Colma - but I don't think you need to have ever been to Colma to like it.
I have been to Colma several times in my life - thrice to have dim sum at Koi Palace, once to drive a driver at the driving range, and once to visit a friend who rented a pad there (though he's since moved away). Anyway, I thoroughly enjoyed it.
For those of you who saw it, what did you think? And what is it about the musical genre that is so damn entertaining? For those of you don't like musicals but saw Colma: The Musical anyway, what did you think?
And does anyone know if the people who made Colma are actually from there?!