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A starry-eyed would-be star discovers just how far the notion that "there's no such thing as bad publicity" can go in this screen adaptation of the hit Broadway musical Chicago, originally directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse. In the mid-'20s, Roxie Hart (Renee Zellweger) is a small-time chorus dancer married to a well-meaning dunderhead named Amos (John C. Reilly). Roxie is having an affair on the side with Fred Casley (Dominic West), a smooth talker who insists he can make her a star. However, Fred strings Roxie along ...

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BigOnStory

Feb 2, 2009

A terrific film version of the play

Wonderfully written by Bill Condon, Maurine Dallas Watkins (play), Bob Fosse (book of musical play) and Fred Ebb (book of musical play), CHICAGO was directed in the perfect hands of director, Rob Marshall. He didn't mess it up. He only made it better!

The movie was smart, sassy, sexy and, at times, sweet.

There are many stars in the cast who did an excellent job. Big points should go to Catherine Zeta-Jones and Renée Zellweger who did a fabulous job of acting and dancing.

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