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on 4 January 2004
Entertaining horror/comedy/musical directed by Frank Oz starring Rick Moranis (Ghostbusters) as Seymour Krelborn, an orphan who lives and works in a florist shop run by Mr Mushnik (Vincent Gardenia). Seymour dosen't have much going for him apart for his love of exotic plants and his secret love for shop assistant Audrey (Ellen Greene). One day he is sold a strange and interesting plant by a chinese man, after a total eclipse. Taking it back to the shop, he finds that the only way to make it grow is if he feeds it drops of blood! Soon the plant, named Audrey II, is growing and talking (!) and demanding more blood. Flesh, human blood. Seymour finds himself in a dilemna - should he give the plant what it wants and make all his dreams come true?
If you don't take it too seriously, which lets face it you can't, then its a very enjoyable, laugh out loud film. Some wonderful effects and brilliant casting including Steve Martin as Audrey's sado-masichist dentist boyfriend (just don't watch him work if you are afraid of the dentist!), John Candy as weird Wink Wilkinson the DJ and Bill Murray as a dental patient who just loves pain.
Some nice song and dance numbers will have you tapping your feet and put a smile on your face.
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