The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return

@pierrella (1088)
Philippines
April 10, 2010 9:58pm CST
I saw Moulin Rouge on ETC last night! This is my favorite movie of all time and catching it on TV once again made me feel the romance in the story. The story was not like any other films with happy endings. Have you watched Moulin Rouge? What do you think about it?
3 responses
@allamgirl (2144)
• Philippines
5 May 10
yup, i've watched it a couple of times! i didn't get to watch that airing though, but whenever i catch it on tv, i watch it, no matter what time it airs. not only do i love the story, i also like the songs, especially "come what may" and "the elephant love medley". don't you just love the scenes where satine and christian sings come what may to each other??
@pierrella (1088)
• Philippines
5 May 10
I love it. I love the whole movie and I watched it twice recently. The feeling evoked in the movie is strong and that's what makes people love Moulin Rouge.
@kenites (337)
• Philippines
3 May 10
I fell in love with this movie. Music arrangement was so good. And yes I was taken away by that line " The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return". That song is called Nature Boy and it was sang by Nat King Cole. Come What May is also a very beautiful song. It was said the Nicole Kidman fractured her ribs and injured her knee during a dance rehearsal.
@pierrella (1088)
• Philippines
3 May 10
Really? That rehearsal must be really tough. But when you see the movie, the opening was really a good show in Moulin Rouge :)
• Philippines
12 Apr 10
There are instances that you love a certain person but you are not loved in return hahahaha. I haven't seen Moulin Rouge in my entire life. During the movie's popularity, I was astound that Nicole Kidman and Ewan Mcgregor can sing. I get curious about what the film was about so I will try to watch the movie through my friend's DVD copy.
@pierrella (1088)
• Philippines
12 Apr 10
I was also surprised that they can sing. Well, they gave justice to the movie and it was a hit so I guess, that is okay :)