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  • Roxie Hart (Zellweger), Chicago's new favorite jazz killer, along with the infamous Velma Kelley (Zeta-Jones), team up to form the greatest jazz killing duo ever to hit Chicago

    • by Emily Valentino
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      Winner of six Academy Awards, this Rob Marshall masterpiece is just that, a masterpiece. At the height of Chicago’s jazz world, and all that goes with it, crime has become an art-form, or so says the slick Billy Flinn

      (Richard Gere).

      Crime has become sensationalized, and murder is no exception.

      Transforming a common murdress to Chicago’s sweetheart, Flinn works wonders in the courtroom and the media.

      Roxie Hart (Zellweger), Chicago’s new favorite “jazz killer,” along with the infamous ...


      • Velma Kelley (Zeta-Jones), team up to form the greatest jazz killing duo ever to hit Chicago!

        Marshall does a pheonomenal job bringing this Broadway hit to the big screen.

        The brilliance of the colors truly imprints the emotional conflict

        and dramatizes the scenes.

        It’s fabulous.

        The music is flawless, with hits from Gere, Zellweger, Zeta-Jones and Queen Latifah.

        The ‘Cell Block Tango’ is particularly impressive, with dance, music, color, and lighting all perfect.

        From start to finish this film will impress you.




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