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At times, Chicago has the feel of a revue, with the major characters taking turns at their own show-stopping numbers. If it's too much of a good thing, I say, bring it on. Read full review
The movie is a total blast, and what a surprise. Read full review
Chicago is the zingiest, most inventive movie of its kind since "Cabaret." Read full review
The usually quiet Zellweger is the revelation: Like her character, the actress seems happily amazed to find herself crossing a polished dance floor, sheathed in silk and diamonds, having the naughty, self-glorifying time of her life. Read full review
More than any other example in recent memory, Chicago shows how much the element of surprise is missing from today's movies. Read full review
Chicago, based on Bob Fosse's Broadway smash, kills. Read full review
Freshly transplanted from the stage, is a thrilling ode to the intertwined glories of sex, showmanship, and lying: what the film calls ''the old razzle-dazzle.'' Read full review
Throw bouquets at Marshall, who instead of dissecting it to death, neatly resurrects the Hollywood musical. Read full review
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. Read full review
By the end, though, the production is engulfed by barely controlled frenzy -- all decor and no air, music as lo-cal ear candy, scenes as merchandise to be sold, people as two-dimensional props. Read full review
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