All That Jazz

All That Jazz

  • Director: Bob Fosse
  • Writer: Robert Alan Aurthur,Bob Fosse
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Release date: December 20, 1979
  • Sound mix: Dolby Stereo
  • Aspect ratio: 1.85 : 1
  • Also known as: Taj ludi jazz
  • "All That Jazz" is a musical film directed by Bob Fosse and starring Roy Scheider , Gwen Wyden, and Jessica Lange . The film was released in the United States on December 20, 1979.
    The film tells the life story of a talented Broadway veteran   .


    • Release date December 20, 1979
    • Filming locations Kaufman Astoria Studios - 3412 36th Street, Astoria, Queens, New York City, New York, USA
    • Production companies Columbia Pictures, Twentieth Century Fox

    Box office


    $12,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada


    Opening weekend US & Canada


    Gross worldwide


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    • By Tamia 2022-03-25 09:01:21

      Depressed musical

      In the second part of the exhibition of master works, the coordinates are still the giant screen hall of the studio. Compared to [Song in the Rain], this one is undoubtedly a lot depressing. For a few moments, I am even glad that I didn't watch it with Amway AD, otherwise he would definitely be bored to sleep, except for that sexy group dance, which was absolutely unparalleled back then. However, when I saw the last goodbye my life, saying goodbye to my daughter, ex-wife, current girlfriend...

    • By Annabelle 2022-03-25 09:01:21

      When a man is about to die, his words are also good

      Another musical, another Bob Fosse. The master of this Broadcom compilation dance has contributed very classic works to the world.

      A real musical, like a real comedy, is "sad" in my opinion. The biggest attraction of musicals is dance, stage scheduling, costume design of actors, and the imagination of the director, screenwriter, and photography. "Jazz Spring and Autumn" won the Oscar for Best Costume Design and Editing. And the design of the costumes is related to the rhythm of the...

    • By Dashawn 2022-03-25 09:01:21

      Carnival to the last moment

      Everyone's life begins with noise, then ends in peace, once experienced dazzling luxury and joy, and in the end, it's just dust to dust.

      Joe is such a musical director who was unrestrained when he was young. He smoked, drank, was passionate and romantic, owed a lot of romantic debts, and his health was getting worse and worse (of course, one and a half of the reasons were the pressure of hard work), and finally he was no longer ill. When he was dying, he began to regret the beginning...

    • By Layla 2022-03-25 09:01:21

      belated fate

      The second brush of House, the song and dance clips in S7E15 have been unable to let go, recognized the BGM and then led to this film from the BGM.

      Only then did I realize that House, my favorite American drama, was inspired by him: the protagonist is brilliant, and there are many whimsical ideas in an industry that has not made breakthroughs. ; He himself is a drug addict, even suffering from terminal illness, and is addicted to women's pornography. He loves the two people who love...

    • By Alivia 2022-03-25 09:01:21

      Ain't no biz like the showbiz

      Tratner once made a remark on James Joyce's 'A Portrait of the Artist as A Young Man' that:

      In every novel, there is a hidden figure of the artist; it could also be a writer, but usually more subtle than that – like a painter, as we saw with Lily Briscoe in Woolf's 'To The Lighthouse'. It could be someone to whom the author relates the most, or it could be an opportunity to make fun of the so-called figure of the 'artist' and their shortcomings.


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    • By Eldora 2022-03-27 09:01:20

      4.2 Restoring the Jazz Spring and Autumn under the giant screen in 4K as the last film of the festival. Spend the first hour soaking up the humor and editing of the movie. The ending part is too long, it may be an autobiographical relationship...? The whole song and dance at the end is really superfluous... It's good enough to end with the part being taken away by the medical staff. It's not easy for people like me who are indifferent or even disgusted to musical films to watch them with such...

    • By Westley 2022-03-27 09:01:20

      It's too personal, the director made it for...

    • By Burdette 2022-03-27 09:01:20

      It's still a little less amazing than the previous Cabaret on the big screen, but I like this interpretation of death: it's too distracting and it's a little heavy to watch. It turns out that "Requiem for a Dream" pays tribute to the film's so many contents and shooting methods! PS. "Is loyalty really such a good quality?"...

    • By Amelie 2022-03-26 09:01:13

      As I was dying, denial, anger, negotiation, despair, acceptance, questioning God, spit on myself, and decided I would not repent. When the bells of the kingdom of heaven rang, geniuses dreamed of mortal bodies replacing gods, hearts wrapped in clown masks were overwhelmed, and self-destructing holes created ruined planets. The mediocre ending at the end of his life is used as fuel to overdraft the artistic life of indulgent burning. The scalpel cuts the chest cavity and sneaks into the ocean of...

    • By Alexane 2022-03-26 09:01:13

      The dancer's legs are so pretty! ! Let the hemp go away! !...

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    "All That Jazz" is director Bob Fosse's prescient autobiography, which is about a decade after the film's release. There are some songs and dances interspersed in the film, but it is not a musical in the traditional sense, more like Fellini's "Eight and a Half", many of which are still expressed in 2002's "Chicago". The film has a strong narcissistic tendency, but it is definitely not biased blindly. Like the English title of "All That...
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    Movie quotes

    • Joe Gideon: Sometimes I don't know where the bullshit ends and the truth begins.

    • Joe Gideon: [to Audrey, while heading for surgery] If I die, I'm sorry for all the bad things I did to you.

      [then turns to Kate]

      Joe Gideon: And if I live, I'm sorrry for all the bad things I'm gonna do to you.

    • O'Connor Flood: Folks! What can I tell you about my next guest? This cat allowed himself to be adored, but not loved. And his success in show business was matched by failure in his personal relationship bag, now - that's where he *really* bombed. And he came to believe that show business, work, love, his whole life, even himself and all that jazz, was bullshit. He became numero uno game player - uh, to the point where he didn't know where the games ended, and the reality began. Like, for this cat, the only reality - is death, man. Ladies and gentlemen, let me lay on you a so-so entertainer, not much of a humanitarian, and this cat was never *nobody's* friend. In his final appearance on the great stage of life - uh, you can applaud if you want to - Mr. Joe Gideon!