Join the Fun at a Swanky Sing-Along for Moulin Rouge
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Featured review from Steve Leibson
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Moulin Rouge is a groundbreaking rock musical tragicomedy featuring terrific performances by Nicole Kidman, Ewan McGregor, Jim Broadbent, and a very talented cast. the movie was originally released in 2001. The Retrodome has now recast this movie as an audience-participation event with song lyrics appearing above the screen for singing along, top hats and green glow-in-the-dark necklaces to twirl during the Green Fairy sequences, a noisemaker to shake every time "love" is mentioned (140 times), and money to throw around just like the wealthy patrons of the Moulin Rouge in Paris, 1899. If you enjoy audience-participation movies, this might be your night out.
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Overall, I enjoyed the Moulin Rouge and all of the fun and celebratory the management provided for us all - Top Hat, noise makers, bendable light stick and free Cider drinks. I brought a few friends with me to share the experience and it was fun...continued