Moulin Rouge User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.27

Current Rating: 4.27

based on 2652 votes and 111 reviews

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  • 1 stars I usually don´t stop watching movies at the beginning even if they are nothing special. But this was so weird and boring at the same time I couldn´t finish it.
  • you cant call something a musical when all they do is steal songs from other people! they hired 100 of the worlds best ballroom dancers only to not show them at all in the movie. i was completely let down by this movie, the only saving factor was the song roxanne. this movies version far surpased the police's original song.
  • SpeCtacular sPectacular!..the movie aMazed me...
  • a very good movie.Im a sucker for the song "Roxanne"
  • it is fantastic!!!
  • Amazing! I loved the music, singing, costumes...everything! It had a very unique and creative director. Simply amazing. Also, it teaches how love is the most important thing on Earth.
  • OBI-WAN-KENOBI SINGS!!! This Movie was MIND BLOWING! I`ll take his version of(`Your Song`-correct title?) over Elton Johns anydaY! And to that guy who said he got up after 5 minutes of the film; Than how do you know it sucked...? Wow...I still can`t get my head around Obi-Wan singing out, "The hills are alive with the sound of music....!"(Did anyone here correctly what the narcoleptic suggested before dropping back on the bed? "The hills are vibrant with sonic rythems..." or something equally outragious. I died lafin). My new most favorite musical next to the TRUE, ORIGINAL Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory & Chitty chitty Bang Bang(tha
  • c`est tres bien luv sophie and katie
  • this was one of the greatest movies of all time
  • it was wierd

Moulin Rouge

Genre:  Drama, Musical, Romance
Running Time:  126 min.
Release Date: June 1, 2001

Current rating: Rating: 4.27
based on 2652 votes and 111 reviews
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Cast: Ewan McGregor, John Leguizamo, Nicole Kidman, Jim Broadbent, David Wenham, Richard Roxburgh