The Rocky Horror Picture Show follows Brad (Barry Bostwick) and Janet (Susan Sarandon) after their car breaks down and they are force to take shelter in the twisted home of Dr. Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry). The events that follow have their ups and downs but in the end, everything turns out good.
Probably the most important part of any musical is, of course, the music. And thankfully, Rocky Horror's music is some of the greatest from a musical. "Time Warp" is the one everyone remembers (and rightfully so) and is seen as the movie's signature song. "Hot Patootie" as sung by Meatloaf, is also a very fun song. If I had to pick a favorite though it would be Curry villainous "Sweet Transvestite". Funny and ominous at the same time, it was great. The weakest songs would probably be the ones toward the end, as they seem to run out of steam by then.
In the end, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a fun, entertaining movie with a great cast and great music. However, it weak plot dtracts from the film's enjoyablity. Overall, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is 5 out of 6. Now, if you'd excuse me, I have to go visit Camp Crystal Lake.