Buster (Matthew McConaughey)and Miss Crawly (Garth Jennings) from "Sing."
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With a satisfying ending that packs an emotional punch, it's hard to imagine you won't exit the theater smiling, if not singing.The story, by writer-director Garth Jennings, revolves around Buster Moon, the koala in question. Buster is a theater owner, and his dedication to live entertainment will be touching to lovers of musicals.So Buster decides to stage a singing competition.This amusing scene gives Jennings a chance to pull out all the stops – until the end of the movie, when he really pulls out all the stops.Meena (singer Tori Kelly) is an elephant with a bad case of stage fright.Will Buster manage to make his theater solvent?
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