Sunday, March 31, 2002

Moulin Rouge was made for the big screen; it's a shame we didn't catch it there, particularly for the choreography. Parts of it recalled the wacky Hong Kong movie that was a wacky and over-the-top Phantom of the Opera derivation complete with Cantonese pop songs. Jim Broadbent was the true star. Thanks to Moulin Rouge, we now have another song that refuses to leave the mental jukebox and that isn't one you want to be caught singing in an elevator where there are people to hear you: Nat Cole's version of Nature Boy. The Wash was fun, and Snoop Dogg was funny. .


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