Summary Of The Movie Moulin Rouge

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Theaters are not the only place for musicals, the big screen has proven worthy of it as well. Almost everyone love to watch musical films. One of the reasons is that it involves catchy songs, that when you listen to it once, you would want to listen to it over and over again for the next couple of days, and even if the musical film is so old, it would make you want to rewatch it just to get into the songs. Another reason of course is the dance moves, musical films has songs on them, that involves amazing iconic dance moves that make it even more unforgettable and fun to watch. That is why we have listed down some of the best musical films of all time, if you haven't seen any of these films, then reading this would definitely make you want to get a copy to watch them over and over again. “And there's no mountain too high, no river too wide. Sing out this song and I'll be there by your side. Storm clouds may gather and stars may collide, but I love you, until the end of time.” – Moulin Rouge! MOULIN ROUGE!…show more content…
It is a musical romantic film that tells a story about an English poet/writer names Christian, who was portrayed by Scottish actor, Ewan McGregor, who fell in love with a beautiful courtesan, and the star of the Moulin Rouge, Satine, who was played by Academy Award best actress, Nicole Kidman. It was set in 1900, where Christian writes the story of how he and Satine fell in love in and overcome obstacles in the Moulin Rouge. Their short love story was definitely moving that made everyone who watched it fell in love, but unlike any other love story that has a happy ending, this film has a hint of reality into it. But of course, its songs and dance routines are what made it unique. Moulin Rouge, is one of the greatest musical films of all time, and it was proven when it was nominated for not just one but eight Oscars. However, it only managed to snag two awards: Best Art Direction and Best Costume
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