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Moulin Rouge Quotes By Stephanie Perkins

Here is everything I know about France: Madeline and Amelie and Moulin Rouge. The Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe, although I have no idea what the function of either actually is. Napoleon, Marie Antoinette, and a lot of kings named Louis. I'm not sure what they did either, but I think it has something to do with the French Revolution, which has something to do with Bastille Day. The art museum is called the Louvre and it's shaped like a pyramid and the Mona Lisa lives there along with that statue of the women missing her arms. And there are cafes and bistros or whatever they call them on every street corner. And mimes. The food is supposed to be good, and the people drink a lot of wine and smoke a lot of cigarettes.
I've heard they don't like Americans, and they don't like white sneakers. — Stephanie Perkins

Moulin Rouge Quotes By Megalyn Echikunwoke

If someone said, "Here, you have your pick, you can do either a musical, Moulin Rouge type of movie, where you sing and dance, or an action movie, or a Shakespearian or Elizabethan movie," I would definitely love to do a movie that was based on a musical, where I would get to sing, dance and act, all at the same time. — Megalyn Echikunwoke

Moulin Rouge Quotes By Fredrik Bond

What I've always loved about watching movies myself of course that's [Bas] Luhrmann. His Moulin Rouge! is incredible, his Romeo + Juliet. Wow. You know. When I saw those, those really were transformative films for me. — Fredrik Bond

Moulin Rouge Quotes By Jim Broadbent

The world would be a duller place without Moulin Rouge. — Jim Broadbent

Moulin Rouge Quotes By Pierce Brosnan

I thought 'Moulin Rouge' was inspirational, and 'Jesus Christ Superstar' I loved. — Pierce Brosnan

Moulin Rouge Quotes By Zac Efron

I'm a guy, but I'm not afraid to cry. Not all of the time. But when I'm watching a movie, I'll sometimes shed a tear, especially 'Moulin Rouge'. — Zac Efron

Moulin Rouge Quotes By Ewan McGregor

Starting with a party scene for 600 cast and end up singing on top of a giant elephant ... does it get any better than this? — Ewan McGregor

Moulin Rouge Quotes By John Leguizamo

In Moulin Rouge I could not change the name of Toulouse-Lautrec obviously to Toulouse-Lautrec- Martinez. But in ER I did that, my name is Dr Victor Clemente, so sometimes it is possible. — John Leguizamo

Moulin Rouge Quotes By Baz Luhrmann

Why live life from dream to dream? And dread the day when dreaming ends. — Baz Luhrmann

Moulin Rouge Quotes By Baz Luhrmann

My gift is my song — Baz Luhrmann

Moulin Rouge Quotes By Rita Ora

If I could live in a cabaret, I would. If I could live in 'Moulin Rouge,' I would. — Rita Ora

Moulin Rouge Quotes By Elvis Mitchell

In Moulin Rouge, Baz Luhrmann takes the most thrilling moments in a movie musical-the seconds before the actors are about to burst into song and dance, when every breath they take is heightened-and makes an entire picture of such pinnacles. — Elvis Mitchell

Moulin Rouge Quotes By Richard Roxburgh

I have absolutely no dance background at all. Nor a singing background. People, for some reason, think I can. And I don't know why that is. I sort intoned in Moulin Rouge, through facial hair and buck-teeth, but I don't really call it singing. — Richard Roxburgh

Moulin Rouge Quotes By Simon Sinek

It is only from the people I've had the good fortune to meet that I am learning the lessons to guide me. Baz Luhrmann, director of 'Moulin Rouge,' for example, has a childlike curiosity about the world. He doesn't pretend to know all the answers - quite the opposite, in fact. He asks loads of questions of everyone. — Simon Sinek

Moulin Rouge Quotes By Michael Lewis

The Moulin Rouge is, like the West Village and the Nasdaq, one of those places that people who don't like to take risks come to for the thrill of being on the spot where risks once were taken. — Michael Lewis