Written on: 22/01/2012 by DebzM24 (9 reviews written)
Unbelievable! Was gripped til the end! Everything was included and was beautifully written, love, hate, jealousy, truth, freedom, song, dance & humour! If I was ever in a film I'd want to be Nicole in this one (read more)
Written on: 14/09/2009 by emmamalakian (40 reviews written)
Great film, great plot, great cast and great music.
What more could you want?
Moulin rough leaves you wanting to date Ewan and wanting to be nicole.
Really good film.
The ending is rather sad and leaves you with a sour taste in your mouth.
But the rest of the film makes up for it.
Must see movie. (read more)
Written on: 05/03/2009 by sabriana (7 reviews written)
I think I already watched Moulin Rouge for tens of times. The music, the way the story was told, all the symbols and the images were just amazing. It is one of my favorites!
Written on: 26/09/2003 by scatman (7 reviews written)
Nichole has wasted her talents on a film which should not have even got past the writer pitching his idea. (Media speak for a meeting with a producer/director)
This film was sooooo bad, when it had big name actors it should have been better. Don't get me wrong it was not the acting it was the film idea.
If you havent already seen it DONT WASTE YOUR TIME it will be a waste just go and help the old and infirm or something. (read more)
Written on: 18/01/2003 by Jade.
Moulin Rouge is the best film ever made! The very first time I saw it I cried my eyes out. I also fell in love with Ewan Mcgregor, who plays Christian the struggling writer in the film, also Nicole Kidman is fantastic as Satine the beautiful courtisean. The dancing, music, singing, characters, and script are absolutley brilliant. I'm a very BIG fan of the film, I have the video, collectors edition soundtrack, the script, songwords and pictures of Ewan and Nicole. I give Moulin Rouge 10/10. (read more)
Written on: 31/12/2002 by Mabel.
Moulin Rouge is my favourite movie of all time! A real tearjerker, you must have a heart of stone to not cry at the end! It has all the things a great film needs, love, heartbreak, tragedy, catchy songs that make you laugh and cry at the same time, comedy, close timings, amazing stars incl. Ewan McGregor, Nicole Kidman and cameo performances from people like Kylie Minogue! What more could you want? A great soundtrack, a must have for all fans of the movie and a great dvd with cool bonus... (read more)
Written on: 30/12/2002 by Jen and Heather.
We thought the movie was excellent, Ewan McGregor is extremely hot. We loved all of the characters except The Duke and Lily.
We do not like musicals - our first thought was since it is a musical it will probably be dumb- IT WASN'T. We loved it and have watched it everyday since we got it. Ewan McGregor is a wonderful singer and is really hot, him and Nicole Kidman make a good couple. Music scenes were really cool, especially the parts where Ewan sang. We loved it. Ewan McGregor is... (read more)
Written on: 10/03/2002 by xmaspast.
In the 1st 10 minutes of Moulin Rouge you will think what the £$&@'. After that, it is: 'what was this guy on when he wrote it'.
It is not my type of film but I was enthralled from begining to end. A real good fun movie, great singing and performances from great actors.
If you want the soundtrack buy the Double disk version, I can't stop playing the closing credits music, FAB. (read more)
Written on: 23/01/2002 by Amazon Customer.
I never thought I could be just so overwhelmed by a bunch of people singing. The hype made me see it at the cinema, but before I sat down I didn't even know it was going to be a musical, I mean I really hate musicals, but this was incredible. It wasn't so much that it was great singing, because it wasn't or even good acting but I was totally captivated by the great direction, camera work and incredible pace of the movie. For me Jim Broadbent's performance as the owner of the theatre, made... (read more)
Written on: 05/01/2002 by John.
We see many many films a year including many foreign French, German & Scandinavian origin. Many of the English speaking ones are well reviewed by Maltin and others but we do not particularly enjoy. On the other hand, some with lukewarm reviews do appeal to us, so our taste, like that of most, is personal.
In that context I can see why "Moulin Rouge" might not appeal to many. The opening sequences are very jazzy and the rapidly changing scene clips are overwhelmingly kaleidoscopic in effect... (read more)
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