Chicago

Chicago

Chicago

The winner of Best Picture at the 2003 Academy Awards, director Rob Marshall adapts the hit stage musical written for the screen by Bill Condon (Dreamgirls) and starring Catherine Zeta-Jones in an Oscar-winning performance alongside Renée Zellweger, John C. Reilly and Queen Latifah (all three of whom earned nominations for their performances).

Best Picture, Supporting Actress (Zeta-Jones), Film Editing, Art/Set Direction, Costume Design & Sound, Academy Awards 2003; Best Picture - Comedy or Musical, Actress (Zellweger) & Actor (Gere), Golden Globes 2003; Best Supporting Actress (Zeta-Jones) & Sound, BAFTA 2003
2002Rating: M, Violence and mature themes113 minsUSA, Germany, Canada, UK
ComedyMusicalClassic

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

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The movie is a dazzling song and dance extravaganza, with just enough words to support the music and allow everyone to catch their breath between songs.

Variety

Variety

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First-time feature director Rob Marshall and Oscar-winning "Gods and Monsters" screenwriter Bill Condon have spun the dark tale of two murdering floozies into a widely palatable entertainment, but the long-gestating film comes up short in rhythm and personality.

The New York Times

The New York Times

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Who would have expected Ms. Zellweger --- and Miramax -- to come through in a musical? And it's one of the few Christmas entertainments to run under two hours. Who couldn't love that?

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

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The movie version of 'Chicago' is a screen triumph that should ride critical kudos and award recognition to significant commercial success.

Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

The movie is a dazzling song and dance extravaganza, with just enough words to support the music and allow everyone to catch their breath between songs.

Variety

Variety

press

First-time feature director Rob Marshall and Oscar-winning "Gods and Monsters" screenwriter Bill Condon have spun the dark tale of two murdering floozies into a widely palatable entertainment, but the long-gestating film comes up short in rhythm and personality.

The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Who would have expected Ms. Zellweger --- and Miramax -- to come through in a musical? And it's one of the few Christmas entertainments to run under two hours. Who couldn't love that?

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

The movie version of 'Chicago' is a screen triumph that should ride critical kudos and award recognition to significant commercial success.

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