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Comments about the soundtrack for Moulin Rouge (Craig Armstrong/Various)

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Re: The word "vulgar" has been redefined by this movie/music
• Posted by: Meg   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, May 5, 2002, at 4:47 p.m.
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• In Response to: The word "vulgar" has been redefined by this m... (Ted DeCatres)

> Anyone with pictures or music from the movie Moulin Rouge is a subscriber
> to filth and prostitution!

> I've seen many hundreds of movies in the last 40 years, and Moulin Rouge
> was the first one I walked out of. I was embarrassed that I had asked
> other people to see it with me. I can't imagine who would take their
> 13-year old to see this movie. Why was it rated only PG-13?? The songs
> were taken from their original context and forced into vulgar sexual
> references. Disgusting!

You're retarded, did you even give the movie half a chance? If you had, you would have realized that the sexuality had nothing to do with being offensive and rather demonstrated the themes of the movie-how the life of a prostitute is. But beyond that, the movie showed how she OVERCAME that. You suck for not opening your eyes.

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