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1001 Club - All That Jazz (1979)
#649. All That Jazz (1979)
Why It's In The Book: "This fascinating, imaginative, and intimately autobiographical musical that still divides audiences is an American 8 ½, a startling candid testament from Bob Fosse, the gifted dancer, brilliant choreographer, multiple Tony award winner, and Oscar-winning director of Cabaret… Brilliant or pretentious, according to taste, All That Jazz is savagely witty on backstage life and thrilling in how well it conveys the obsessive, all-consuming excitement of those passionately committed and driven in their work.
Sensational dancing in the jazzy signature Fosse style and eye-popping production numbers… punctuate the confessional reminiscences of the arrogant, satirical theatrical eminence… Audaciously structured and edited as well, All That Jazz won four deserved Oscars." -1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die
Siochembio - 9.5/10
"Fosse turns the camera eye inward with such a cold eye, pulling out his deepest flaws and insecurities and throwing them on the screen for all to see. Meanwhile, it’s entertaining as all get out."
Movie Guy Steve - 9/10
"All That Jazz is a wow from start to finish."
Nicolas Krizan - 9/10
"The contradictions in style and paradoxes of mind are sometimes irritating"
Adolytsi - 8/10
"Musical be damned with this one; I still liked it."
Squish - 8/10
"to see All That Jazz as a Musical is to look at it with blinders. The film isn’t even really about dance; rather it’s a story with themes of sexuality, fidelity and relationships merely framed by dance."
Kim Wilson - 7.5/10
"I think Fosse tells the story in a highly unusual and entertaining way. Yes, it can be pretentious at times, but the way he puts all of the varying parts of the story together to meet at a pretty startling conclusion is inspired storytelling in my opinion."