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Chicago (2002)

Commentaries on this disc:

Commentary 1: Director Rob Marshall and screenwriter Bill Condon Rating:7.3/10 (6 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by Pete on June 7th, 2004:Find all reviews by Pete
It covers all the essentials a commentary for a musical needs: wardrobe, music, choreography, babes (CZJ), and Harvey The Foreign Film Hater.
Reviewed by ipatrick on March 10th, 2013:Find all reviews by ipatrick
A comprehensive commentary, very interesting to listen to if you're into musicals, I guess, but still both director and screenwriter carry on constant conversation and they comment on everything, including of course the original anrevival Broadway productions. It has a few interesting notes on adaptating the show and the characters because the musical show does not have a "real world" part, so it's altogether very worth a listen, very well coordinated and informed.
Reviewed by Station51 on July 21st, 2016:Find all reviews by Station51
I watched this movie thinking it'd be more movie and less musical, it wasn't. It was all musical. Same applies to the commentary. Not quite interesting enough for me. Talking about costumes and dance wasn't as fascinating to me. Ah whatever. Could be just me.