Re: [mythsoc] Moulin Rouge???
- I saw it on video the day before the Oscars. I found it to be an awful lot
of fun. Nevertheless, I think I require a second viewing before I can say
whether it was satisfying, or successful. I, like Susan, was greatly put
off by the trailers and things I'd read about it. That's why I didn't see
it in the theater. I rarely enjoy musicals, but I try to give things I
don't like a new go every now and again, The farcical quality made it a
very different type of musical than those of the golden age, which usually
leave me scratching my head or are so sugary as to make my tummy hurt.
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> I thought it was so original I have trouble evaluating whether it was
> successful. Let a few other directors try to make something like it and then
> I'll be able to tell whether it was a first-rate film of its kind. Its
> originality alone was enough to make it one of the top five or so films of
> last year, but I don't know whether I think it was completely satisfying.
> Wendell Wagner
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