As usual The Shmata Queen’s questionable taste has led to a disagreement about the value of The Sound of Music in the modern world. In short I think that if film could be used in a similar fashion to newspaper there would be great value in wrapping fish in The Sound of Music or constructing hats out of said material.
Certainly it would make a great liner for a bird cage or do quite well as a tool to help housebreak a dog. Zookeepers would find it to be useful in cleaning up after the rhinos, hippos and elephants and mechanics would be pleased to wipe the grease off of their hands onto their Sound of Music film paper.
Sadly there is no such way to use it and the world is a lesser place. It is Mary Poppins without the pop and I would be happy to have seen the Von Trapps get trapped in a small room without windows than to have been forced to listen to such warbling and yodeling.
Blame this distaste for the movie upon my three younger sisters who used this movie the way some people require kleenex or toilet paper. Feh, phooey and blech to this drek.