A Chorus Line details
|Starring:||Janet Jones, Audrey Landers, Terrence Mann, Vicki Frederick, Alyson Reed, Michael Douglas|
A Chorus Line
|Run time:||1 hour 52 minutes|
|Rental release:||20 May 2002|
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Show biz snazzBy a customer from Belfast, Northern Ireland , 07 Jul 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]'A Chorus Line' is, surprisingly, a film I come back to more frequently than any other. I don't think it's the greatest film out there, but I touch base with it for several reasons. I do love the song-and-dance numbers, including 'Tits and Ass', 'She's the One', and 'I Can Do That'. Maybe this last song is the clue to the film's appeal for me: the idea that even the members of a show's chorus can do extraordinary things, that their ordinary human spirit is 'special'. This movie cheers me up.
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Interested in 'Dance'? GreatBy a customer from Cheshire england , 16 Oct 2006If your interested in dance - this is a film for you. I did enjoy the dancing up to a point then found I was bored..... I did stay with it and my interest came back a little -just
It was good to see Michael Douglas as a young choreographer but did not see the point in him sitting in the auditorium asking for personal information of the dancers who made it to the final auditions. The arrival of his ex-girl friend turning up desperate and prepared to audition for the chorus seemed incidental.
My review on 'A Chorus Line'By a customer from London, England , 17 Jul 2006This is a light hearted film of a stage rehearsal. I have given a rating of 4, as I found it funny, a little sad but sweet film. This not a film I would normally go for, but I enjoyed it.
O.K. in partsBy a customer from Martlesham Heath , 28 Mar 2006I thought I would get into this film by learning about the characters as they sing and dance throughout the film, but I could not feel anything for any of them.
The Dance routine and camera work are excellent. A big budget film, which made me want to see the stage production.
Bright and cheerfulBy crispin40 (562 reviews) from Stirling, Scotland , 03 Feb 2006Haven't seen a musical for ages so this one was a delight.
It added something bright and cheerful to a cold winter evening. Dancers and singers excellent. Plot was practically non existent but that didn't really matter.
Tended to drag a bit in the middle but the closing scene was excellent
good for a Sunday afternoonBy a customer from london, england , 30 Jan 2006the first time i watched this film I remember to have liked it, but that was before I had the chance and age of attending real musicals. Now, I must say that it's beeing a bit disapointing.
Interesting acting (besides Michael Douglas) and of couse great music.
watch it if you have nothing else to do in a ~Sunday afternoon.