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Comments about the soundtrack for Chicago (Elfman/Kander/Ebb)
Chicago, the movie

Nicholas Tomeo
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Chicago, the movie   Friday, July 23, 2004 (12:57 a.m.) 

I think that Chicago not only showed a great passion for music but it totally changed the entertainment world and its companions. I have never seen a movie with such great actors and actresses (not to mention the beautiful Catherine Zeta-Jones), with such vibrant and sohpisticated songs, and with great theme and much realisticness to it. My favorites were All That Jazz by Catherine and the Cell Block Tango for many reasons; All That Jazz gave you a big feleing of the Jazz Era during the Great Depression and the moves just are incredible and the cell block tango also had a sort of movie magic to it that also sparked yuor imagination and the moves, once again, were incredible and the acting was awesome. So, my advice to you is to continue with moves like CHICAGO because, you know what, this movie has started a new era of entertainment. So, good luck on your careers all yuo actors and actresses, for CHICAGO'S producers will go far! Good luck to all! NICHOLAS TOMEO!

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