Chicago movie
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  • It definitely destroys any sense of realism in a scene

    • by shawn the writer
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      Chicago” is a 2002 film that won a ton of awards, including the Academy Award for Best Picture of the Year. It is a musical featuring Richard Gere, Renee Zellweger and Catherine Zeta-Jones, and it is really top notch. The music, singing, and acting are great.

      Pros: This is a very smooth, very


      even production. All of the stars were chosen very wisely. Gere is smooth and charming while still retaining a sense of sleaziness as a corrupt attorney. Zeta-Jones and Zellweger shine in their roles as two women competing with one another to get to the top. John C. Reily is wonderful in ...

      • a supporting role as Zellweger’s character’s clueless husband. The musical numbers are engaging, even if you typically do not like that sort of thing.

        Cons: In the end, it is just fluff. You can only get so involved in a story line when people just break into song. It definitely destroys any

        sense of realism in a scene. I guess that is my biggest complaint about the movie. It is basically a play put on film.

        Overall: If you like musicals, you will love this. If you do not like musicals, you will still probably find yourself liking it. I give it an 8 out of 10.




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