The good: The framing device of the bus is brilliant. Carl Anderson and Yvonne Elliman are great. Barry Dennen’s Pontius Pilate strangely works because of how over the top it is.
The bad: The moments in the film without music kill it for me and it drags in places where it should just keep moving. What really bugs me is how quiet the score is while they’re singing. The film treats the score at times like it’s afraid of the music and what should sound like rock ‘n roll comes off as Gilbert and Sullivan.