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sucafrutpi
12-23-2003, 02:34 AM
yes i have to confess, normally i find musicals hammy, but this one i really liked. anyone else see it?
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Lara Emily
12-23-2003, 03:02 AM
No it does not


Yes I did see it. I liked it as well.

Triple A
12-23-2003, 03:08 AM
I hated it.

BCWWF
12-23-2003, 03:28 AM
Lara must be gay as well

sucafrutpi
12-23-2003, 03:31 AM
Lara must be gay as well

lol. i got it last week and i have watched it no less than 5 times since then and got the sound track today. :shifty:

thebitch
12-23-2003, 10:17 AM
First off, if watching the film makes you gay, then all of the actors must be gay for being in it, right?

Chicago was a decent movie. The musical itself is great, but they just didn't portray it up to it's potential. From a person who's actually been in Chicago before, the singing wasn't up to par and it just wasn't that great.

But, as for making you gay, no. I love musicals. Phantom of the Opera is the greatest ALW musical ever. Into The Woods is a great musical. As is Greese (not the movie, the actual musical. The movie sucked). Just because you like a musical doesn't make you gay.

The Mask
12-23-2003, 10:31 AM
yes

Jordan X
12-23-2003, 10:59 AM
It rules

The Mask
12-23-2003, 11:11 AM
WTF IS UP WITH EVERYONE LIKING MUSICALS.

YOU'RE ALL A DISGRACE

fonzy
12-23-2003, 11:54 AM
<center><font color="#0080FF" face="Arial" Size="2">yes, it makes you big, flaming, limp wristed, fudge packer</font>

Kane Knight
12-23-2003, 12:26 PM
I'm not gay. Just because you enjoy musicals doesn't make you gay.

Yes it does. Now sit down, shut up, and sweat to the Oldies with Richard Simmons, QUEER!

Azriel
12-23-2003, 01:07 PM
I liked Chicago, and I'm not gay.

thebitch
12-23-2003, 01:17 PM
WTF IS UP WITH EVERYONE LIKING MUSICALS.

YOU'RE ALL A DISGRACE

Well, there are some things that you like that I'm sure I don't....doesn't mean that I'm going to call you gay. Musicals are a large part of the performing arts. I've been in numerous musicals, including but not limited to, "Chicago", "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat", "Phantom of the Opera", "Grease", "Into the Woods", "Little Shop of Horrors", "Mamma Mia!", "Oklahoma", "Guys and Dolls". Does that make me gay? No. It just means that I get paid for doing what I like. And I get to work with very, very flexible girls.

Lara Emily
12-23-2003, 01:20 PM
Lara must be gay as well
Well yes I am actually but Chicago had nothing to do with it.

el fregadero
12-23-2003, 01:51 PM
Little Shop of Horrors

:y: :y:

Ian
12-23-2003, 01:55 PM
Liking musicals doesn't make you gay, liking bum sex makes you gay. :shifty:

sucafrutpi
12-23-2003, 03:04 PM
I'm not gay. Just because you enjoy musicals doesn't make you gay. I love watching musicals. "Chicago" is absolutely wonderful. Catherine Zeta Jones and Renee Zellwigger were extremely hot looking in the film. Lots of hot women in the movie. If you dislike a movie because you think it's a chick flick, then you must be gay. This movie is made for everyone. The music and all the singing is really good too. My three favorite songs in the movie, "All That Jazz", "Mr. Cellophane", and the one with the marionette puppets I forgot the name of the title. Brilliant movie and I watch it all the time. I have even seen it in theaters on opening night before everyone didn't know about the movie.

"Chicago" was originally an obsecure movie which didn't play in many theaters when it first came out. But once it got the Oscar nod, the movie played everywhere in theaters and now it hit mainstream. From the very beggining I knew it was going to get Picture of the Year.

i liked "All that jazz," "roxie" (hence the pic), and "nowadays" best. i really liked the music very much. thanks to whoever resized the pic. i was feeling lazy last night ;)

Kane Knight
12-23-2003, 04:06 PM
That is why I bash your opinions because you kids can't respect mine. See the irony?

Considering the irony involved in your lack of capacity ot understand a joke, I don't think you've got any leeway to talk here. I mean, it's your right to make a total ass of yourself by complaining, and that's probably your goal, given your trollish behaviour in the wrestling forum. But do try thinking once in a while before you ironically invoke irony...

loopydate
12-23-2003, 10:56 PM
I hope it doesn't, because that would mean that I made a serious lifestyle choice without even realizing it.

KleptoKlown
12-24-2003, 02:01 AM
mad gay

Kane Knight
12-24-2003, 12:55 PM
I hope it doesn't, because that would mean that I made a serious lifestyle choice without even realizing it.

Don't worry. I think it's more that he's sucking on fruits that makes him gay, rather than his love of Chicago. ;)

KayfabeMan
12-24-2003, 05:52 PM
It was great :)

I saw Chicago on stage here once,when they were on the off-Broadway
tours.....I also have the soundtrack sitting around here somewhere; not
from the movie,but the musical. :)

Nowhere Man
12-25-2003, 01:08 AM
Wow, I've been in, like, 12 musicals already, and nobody told me I was gay. Now I gotta throw out all of my porn!

Anyways, Chicago rules. And whoever mentioned Little Shop, you are my new friend (was in the play, as the freakin' plant!)

Boondock Saint
12-25-2003, 01:25 AM
I liked it. Good stuff.

Boondock Saint
12-25-2003, 01:28 AM
"Chicago" was originally an obsecure movie which didn't play in many theaters when it first came out. But once it got the Oscar nod, the movie played everywhere in theaters and now it hit mainstream. From the very beggining I knew it was going to get Picture of the Year.

Chicago had Oscar buzz about it before it was even released. And the reason it was in limited release initially, was because the official opening of the movie was in January. But in order to be eligible for Oscar nominations, it was released in select cities in late December. But granted, once it did win Best Pic, it gained a lot more momentum and box office clout. But that does not mean it was in any way obscure before the Oscar nom and/or win.