One facet of Pine’s abilities that wants additional dialogue is his wonderful set of pipes. In fact, most followers will know him for his extra Frank Sinatra-inspired vocal performances, however Pine is arguably at his musical greatest when he will get to sing extra conventional Broadway materials. Take, for instance, his work within the 2014 movie adaptation of Stephen Sondheim’s basic, “Into The Woods,” a fairytale-related challenge that allowed Pine to flex — impressively — his singing voice.
Elevating the camp issue to 11 and past, Pine takes on the oft-forgotten function of Cinderella’s prince with a comedic confidence that defies logic. Should you want proof, look no additional than the “Agony” sequence, during which Pine and Billy Magnussen, as Rapunzel’s Prince, aggressively splash water whereas singing about their romantic frustrations. It is a quantity that serves up Pine’s abilities on a theatrical silver platter. Certain, this incarnation of “Into the Woods” has its flaws because it heads towards its last vacation spot, however Pine makes the movie’s good instances shine even brighter.