Drama • PG-13 • 2001 • 2 hr 8 min
Great romance, great musical. Simply Spectacular, Spectacular!
Amazing performance, great story told in a different way. The only thing bothering me is all the pop songs and the movie is set in 1900s.
Felt like I was on drugs for the first half. Maybe that was purposeful. Maybe it was just my pain medication.
A great musical that really capitalized on the dramatics.
I'm a sucker for the music and spectacular look for this flavour of Baz movies
Like a fever dream. A really fun one. One that I always want to keep coming back to. Comedic yet serious, light and dark. Very whimsical !
Great chemistry between the leads, a fun movie musical
One of my favorite movies. Great soundtrack, wonderful acting, it’s such a classic movie. a must watch!!
Watch it for McGregor alone. His performance is spectacular ;) Incredible movie musical, songs are perfect in a beautiful chaotic way
Glittery, feeling, fantastical, fun, immersive, emotional. The shine of the setting doesn’t eclipse the love story. A beautiful film.
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