Moulin Rouge!

2001

Drama / Musical / Romance

196
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 76%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 90%
IMDb Rating 7.6 10 251,142

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Cast

Ewan McGregor as Catcher Block
Jim Broadbent as Terry Perkins
John Leguizamo as Manny
Nicole Kidman as Herself
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851.13 MB
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English
PG-13
23.976 fps
127 min
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1.70 GB
1920×1080
English
PG-13
23.976 fps
127 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by katiefanatic-791-306918 9 / 10 / 10

nearly perfect!

I came back over to this page after i had heard 'the greatest showman' was the third most successful musical of all time, after 'la la land' and 'enchanted'. i love all three films but thought 'what about moulin rouge'? then i come and see it's a 7.5! WHAT? did the camera movements affect your opinion of the film THAT much? this is a perfect story, with beautiful cinematography, gorgeous sets and costumes! what more do you want? I admit, i took half a point off for the camera movements and the first quarter of the movie being on SPEED, but that's it. the other half a point came from 'roxanne'. that is just a terrifying song/sequence i still have to change the channel for because i can't handle it, but that's it. There's no reason for this movie not be an 8 or 9.

Reviewed by a_santos-73099 10 / 10 / 10

A classic!

A great movie, that happens mainly on the french Moulin Rouge (hence the name), and which talks about love on a very musical way. 17 years have past, and I think this should be considered as a classic by now, and surely if you like musicals mixed with romance, this film is a must see.

Reviewed by Hjr Jr (Hjr41) 10 / 10 / 10

Moulin Rouge

Moulin Rouge is a tour de force of artifice, a dazzling pastiche of musical and visual elements at the service of a blatantly artificial story. Lumpish biopic, historically laughable as it pursues Hollywood's perennial view of the artist as solitary and star-crossed in both life and love. What taste can do, Huston does, abetted by Paul Sheriff's set designs and some fine colour camera-work from Oswald Morris. But playing Toulouse Lautrec on his knees, Ferrer could equally well be begging for mercy from the script. Best bit is the first reel, which evokes the spirit of Paris in the Naughty Nineties in a swirling mass of colour and movement.

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