(Yeah, I dreamed of the boss saying I still needed to fix a particular work thing, even after getting fired. Huh, Subconscious? Not being that Sub.)
I also had to not think too much about the story's pop-culture baggage; it deserves to be viewed on its own terms, not on the terms of all the references, parodies, and sing-alongs inspired by it. (But I did think about Douglas Adams's point that "La -- a note to follow So" sounds like a placeholder lyric that Rodgers and Hammerstein could never find a proper substitute for.) I liked the film's elegance, its sense of humor, and its gentle way of handling a few different love stories -- and, of course, the film looks great. West Side Story is still probably more My Thing when it comes to that era of musicals, but I'm glad I saw this.