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Cabaret (1972)

5 Ratings: 4.4
Musicals & Performing Arts movie directed by Bob Fosse

Winner of eight Academy Awards, including Best Director (Bob Fosse), Best Actress (Liza Minnelli), and Best Supporting Actor (Joel Grey),Cabaretwould also have taken Best Picture if it hadn't been competing againstThe Godfatheras the most acclaimed … see full wiki

Director: Bob Fosse
Genre: Music, Musical
2 reviews about Cabaret (1972)
review by . July 04, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
It can be a big mistake to rewatch your favorite films from the 1970s, assuming you saw them first run. A lot of the humor has faded as badly as the color, and a lot of the themes seem as dated as the hair-dos. That's NOT the case with Cabaret. It was a great film when I saw it first in 1972, it was better last night when I watched it again after 38 years, and I'm glad I bought it because I predict it will still be great when I play it for my grandchildren a few decades from now.    The …
review by . April 26, 2001
posted in Movie Hype
CABARET has never looked better, remastered for it's 25th anniversary, with additional features.Liza Minnelli gives the performance of her career as the singer Sally Bowles, on a self-imposed exile in Berlin, entertaining at the seedy Kit Kat Klub.Into her life comes Brian Roberts (Michael York), a mild-mannered English bisexual who falls in love with her. Both are seduced by the wealthy Maximillian (Helmut Griem) before Sally falls pregnant, aborts the child and Brian leaves Berlin just as the …
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