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Summary: "Dr. Horrible" is about a man who considers himself a villain and is only waiting to receive his official acceptance into a league of villains, though to do that he must succeed at an evil plan or most specifically, kill someone, neither of which he has been able to do. (IMDB Comments)
Despite the bigger "name" stars like Harris & Fillion, & getting better as it goes, this still plays like a throwaway lark. 1 imagines it was mainly inspired by Joss Whedon's desire 2 help his musically talented brother break in2 the biz. No doubt overrated b/c of its small scale, it's no surprise a musical comedy this generally light on laughs debuted on the internet. Song-wise, the solid, but mostly uninspired lyrics & almost entirely hook-free music won't leave u very much 2 sing along to.
Very funny. A clever spoof of the superhero genre while simultaneously spoofing musicals. I enjoy the subtle sight gags that warrant going back to find them, such as NPH pouring-but-not-actually-pouring the soup in the soup kitchen in the background.
Original, solid, and just pure fun......This is one of the best musicals ever produced. Great songs that I found myself hum to, and Neil Patrick is golden. Not perfect, but severly enjoyable, and it tackled by heart until I was beaten into submission. I would reccomend watching the first two episodes, and skipping the third, as it's pretty much all filler. Great series all in all.
Totally hilarious. I don't really consider it new like some though, it runs like a mockumentary except with a blog in place of the documentary. Still it's still an absolute laugh riot. Neil Patrick Harris is hilarious and Nathan Fillion is fantastic. If you're a Whedon fan this is, without a doubt, completely essential viewing. If you're not but you enjoy goofy comedies that don't take themselves too seriously then this is still essential viewing.