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All That Jazz [DVD] [1979] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: R (Restricted) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00003CX8U
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 290,485 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Scheider/Lange/Palmer/Gorman ~ All That Jazz

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Classic tongue in cheek musical razzmatazz of the stage musical scene. Roys classis cigarette in the shower and the musical deathbed scenes are brilliant and a pertinent anti-smoking jibe.
The raunchy dance scenes are a cut above any new muscial movies.
The production is brilliant and the phrase -"Bring on the dancing girls" (...) is now the common medical phrase used in my profession!
This is a classic film which so many have tried to emulate, mostly failing. It has to be seen to be believed - but you need some imagaination to see the plot; because it has a very clear message and good story line, not just an excuse to have girls dancing as in other movies.
Now converted to DVD for the popular market.
Get it and marvel.
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Classic tongue in cheek musical razzmatazz of the stage musical scene. Roys classis cigarette in the shower and the musical deathbed scenes are brilliant and a pertinent anti-smoking jibe.
The raunchy dance scenes are a cut above any new muscial movies.
The production is brilliant and the phrase -"Bring on the dancing girls" before Roy dies is now the common medical phrase used in my profession!
This is a classic film which so many have tried to emulate, mostly failing. It has to be seen to be believed - but you need some imagaination to see the plot; because it has a very clear message and good story line, not just an excuse to have girls dancing as in other movies.
Needs to be converted to DVD for the popular market, but at this price the cassette is very affordable. Get it and marvel.
CjW
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One of the most influential and innovative pieces ever. Required viewing for anyone serious about dance - whether as a dancer or a watcher.

I am not a dancer, but whenever I watch this, and however many times I do, I have to remember to breathe.

and when it is over it lingers

like all the very best musicals ...
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(THE FILM)Part tragic, part comic, this outrageous look at life in the fast lane is the Academy Award-winning musical about Bob Fosse's excessive life in show business ( Roy Scheider). Dazzlingly presented, this electrifying story about the perils of pushing yourself too hard is filled with Fosse's legendary song-and-dance choreography.
WHAT CAN I SAY?
The line between genius and madness is often thin, often exceeded. This was the case for the late Bob Fosse, a man of many talents and an even larger collection of vices. Director, choreographer, writer, womanizer, drug addict and alcoholic, this man embraced all that life had without any concern for restraint. Made eight years before his death 'All That Jazz' is a self indulgent man's look back at his life. Unlike many autobiographical works this one show its creator in the best of life. Fosse's screen alter ego Joe Gideon (Roy Scheider) is running out of time with so much yet to do. He has ruined his marriage to Audrey (Leland Palmer), practically ignores his daughter (Erzsebet Foldi), cheats on his girlfriend Kate (Ann Reinking) all while being the choreographer for his ex-wife's Broadway show and directing a film centered around a stand up comic. Throughout the film there is a running dialogue between Joe and Angelique (Jessica Lange), the mutual flirting, the painful revealed truths and the revelations of memories, you see Angelique is not a typical girl of the week for Joe; she is the angel of death. While Joe lies to almost everyone else his is brutally honest with Angelique. Joe, aka Fosse, is a man capable of much passion but his tragic flaw is the man is completely self absorbed. He turns his wife's production from a child-like musical into one of the most steamy, erotic dance numbers every presented on screen.
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By Tim Kidner TOP 500 REVIEWER on 24 Nov. 2010
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I understand that 'All That Jazz' was Bob Fosse's tribute to himself, rather like Fellini's 8 and a half was to him. Whilst this inevitably results in touches of self absorption, pity and narcissism, Mr Fosse has given us some of the greatest and most admired musical films, ever, where he combined human tragedy with artistic spectacle and the sense of really getting the most from his stars.

The star in this is the choreography and its interpretation. Running alongside and crossing between outer body experience and real life but that line being somewhat blurred, Roy Scheider is always at loggerheads between his artistic and excess-all-areas lifestyle, with the results thereof introducing themselves in various forms.

The censors, producers, doctors, lovers, cast members and cigarettes all have a big role in his daily battles, but at the end of the day, we are all immortal and are just a body with a brain in its skull. Don't let me put you off...it's largely entertaining, hugely at times but never too dark or morose. Just don't expect all sweetness and light with joyous numbers.

It's Cabaret without Liza Minnelli, but with a somewhat bitter genius who doesn't sing, or dance. Enjoyed the former? Then you'll get a lot from 'All That Jazz'.
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Delivery was very prompt - The film itself is a biographical account of Fosse's life in his later years. . If you are a fan of Fosse, then you will probably get this but if you think the DVD is from start to finish a display of his choreographic genius displaying all the well known musical numbers with dancers then this might not be for you.
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