Burlesque - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | zoo-market.eu Burlesque ein Film von Steven Antin mit Christina Aguilera, Cher. Inhaltsangabe: Vom Zufall geführt, landet Landei Ali (Christina Aguilera) in die Burlesque. Burlesque ist vollgepackt mit bildgewaltigen Shownummern, toller Musik und man mit der Fernbedienung in der Hand den ganzen Film über regulieren muss.
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Die junge Ali kommt aus einer kleinen Provinzstatd nach L.A., um ihren Traum von einer Karriere als Sängerin zu verwirklichen. Sie findet einen Job in der `Burlesque Lounge', einem altehrwürdigen, aber heruntergekommenen Revue-Theater - als. Burlesque ist ein US-amerikanischer Musikfilm aus dem Jahr Der Film kam am 6. Januar in die Kinos Deutschlands, Österreichs und der. Burlesque. 1 Std. 59 zoo-market.eu und Musicals. Ali träumt von einer Karriere als Sängerin. Also kehrt sie ihrer Kleinstadt in Dieser Film ist Überdreht. Burlesque. + 1 Std. 59 zoo-market.eu und Musicals. Ali träumt von einer Karriere als Sängerin. Also kehrt sie ihrer Kleinstadt in Dieser Film ist Überdreht. Der Film "Burlesque", der Christina Aguileras kriselnder Karriere eine neue Richtung geben sollte, versinkt im künstlerischen Einerlei. Damit katapultiert sich der Film trotz von Schauspieldebütantin Christina Aguilera erwartungsgemäß grandios geschmetterten Musical-Nummern zwar aus dem. Burlesque ein Film von Steven Antin mit Christina Aguilera, Cher. Inhaltsangabe: Vom Zufall geführt, landet Landei Ali (Christina Aguilera) in die Burlesque.
Burlesque ist ein US-amerikanischer Musikfilm aus dem Jahr Der Film kam am 6. Januar in die Kinos Deutschlands, Österreichs und der. Burlesque - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | zoo-market.eu Burlesque ist vollgepackt mit bildgewaltigen Shownummern, toller Musik und man mit der Fernbedienung in der Hand den ganzen Film über regulieren muss. Filmkritik zu Burlesque. Treffen der Pop-Generationen. Christina Aguilera sucht ihr Glück auf der Bühne von Cher. Dabei muss sie gegen einen. Burlesque ist vollgepackt mit bildgewaltigen Shownummern, toller Musik und man mit der Fernbedienung in der Hand den ganzen Film über regulieren muss. Steve Antins Regiedebüt "Burlesque" ist ein glatt gebürstetes Aschenputtel-Märchen ohne Atmosphäre, Charisma und Sex. Auch Cher und. Burlesque - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | zoo-market.eu
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How did you buy your ticket? View All Photos Movie Info. Ali Christina Aguilera , a small-town gal with a great voice, leaves a troubled life behind and follows her dreams to Los Angeles.
She lands a job as a cocktail waitress at the Burlesque Lounge, a once-majestic theater that houses an inspired musical revue led by Tess Cher , the proprietor.
Ali vows to perform there and, with the help of a savvy stage manager and a gender-bending host, she makes the leap from bar to stage, helping restore the club's former glory.
Steve Antin. Donald De Line. May 1, De Line Pictures. Cher Tess. Christina Aguilera Ali. Eric Dane Marcus. Cam Gigandet Jack. Stanley Tucci Sean.
Julianne Hough Georgia. Alan Cumming Alexis. Kristen Bell Nikki. Peter Gallagher Vince. Dianna Agron Natalie. Steve Antin Director.
Steve Antin Screenwriter. Donald De Line Producer. Risa Shapiro Executive Producer. Stacy Cramer Executive Producer. Dana Belcastro Executive Producer.
Bojan Bazelli Cinematographer. Jon Gary Steele Production Design. Virginia Katz Film Editor. Christophe Beck Original Music. Total Recall: Singers Turned Actresses.
March 30, Full Review…. March 28, Full Review…. October 7, Full Review…. September 4, Rating: 3. May 8, Rating: B- Full Review…. March 30, Rating: 2.
View All Critic Reviews Mar 28, A mixture of Coyote Ugly and Showgirls, Burlesque is a sexy and exciting dance film. The story follows a small-town girl who leaves for L.
Featuring an all-star cast that includes Christina Aguilera, Cher, Julianne Hough, and Kristen Bell, the performances are quite impressive. And the dance choreography is spectacular; full of energy and rhythm.
The music is also upbeat and fun; featuring original songs from Christina Aguilera and Cher. The plot's a little trite, but there's a sincerity and good nature to it that makes it compelling.
Though it lacks originality, Burlesque is full of spirit and is immensely entertaining. Dann M Super Reviewer. Oct 07, They should just have called this "Christina Aguilera made a movie" to avoid confusion.
This Aguilera showcase of good singing and bad acting though better that Britney Spears' acting, but at least Britney had some sense of self-deprecation is blessed with such an amazing supporting cast, most notably Stanley Tucci and of course Cher, it is a almost a shame it turned out so bad.
Cher and Tucci have wonderful scenes together. Maybe you can find those on YouTube instead of watching this in its entirety.
And Cher has more acting talent in her voice her face hardly moves anymore than Christina in her whole body.
Ina S Super Reviewer. May 04, A fairly average film that doesn't offer much more than the typical tried and tested, girl on hard times manages to find an outlet for her talent and comes good scenario.
Some good performances by Christina, the soundtrack to the film is good to. However the film feels a good 20mins too long at least.
Dean K Super Reviewer. May 03, Man, I don't want to have to see Cher do a burlesque dance, let alone this film's male impersonator, Seabiscuit.
Hey, I specified the gender of the impressionist, I never specified what animal the impersonator is, which seems like something that you would need to mention, because if you're going to be as authentic as possible as a Cher impressionist, you're going to have to be an animal, because, at this point, "she's" not even human anymore.
Man, all of these jokes about Cher looking so much like a dude, are we really sure that her "daughter" actually underwent transgender operation and that she's not still a woman that just inherited whatever her mother's gender-appearance-change thing is that seems to kick in around midlife?
Well, eitherway, the point is that I'm glad to see that Cher is not doing burlesque, not just because it looked offputting enough when she was relatively young and practically did it for the music video for "If I Could Turn Back Time", but because I don't want her to dip and have her face fall off, like it looks like it's on the verge of doing.
Well, luckily we only had to see Christina Aguilera do burlesque, which still isn't all that great either, because although she does still have some pretty features in the facial area, recently, she's been bloating so much, and in certain areas, that I can guess what would fall out if she did a burlesque dip: a baby.
Hey, as broad as she's been getting in every zone, she looks like she's about to give birth at any moment. Okay, she's not that bad, especially in this film, for which she trimmed up quite a bit, and just enough to be in good enough shape to give us quite the lively show, though not quite lively enough to leave the many flaws to die out.
The technical aspects, as I'll get into later, get to be pretty fabulous, yet there is the occasional misstep in editing, which never really glares at you too much, but does throw you off a smidge here and there, especially during the musical sequences, during which the mouths and the music don't always sync up.
Still, where those missteps are far and few between, as well as never really that discomforting, there are some stings in a more prominent department: the acting department, for although there are many performances that genuinely catch you offguard - as I'll get into later -, while most of the ones who don't are passable, at worst, outside of a pretty poor performance by Kristen Bell, there are particularly glaring faults in two performers who really shouldn't be faulting, considering their significance to the story.
I knew Eric Bana wasn't in this film going into it, but when Eric Dane's name came up in the opening credits, I had to do a doubletake before breathing a sigh of relief upon realizing that I was only mistakening Dane's name for the of that talentless hack, only to find that Dane really isn't that much better, as he, through all of his hamming up and overplaying his overly conventional character in a glaringly inhuman and shoddy fashion, never quite adopts presence as a human, let alone an antagonist, and if we're dealing with an villain as wildly conventional as the sleazy smooth-talking rich dude that's threatening to buy out the club, then you better have someone that can really bring it or, at the very least, at least deliver a passable performance, something that Mr.
Dane most certainly does not do. Still, Dane comes and goes, but Cam Gigandet is forever, or at least his uneven, yet consistently limp presence and stiff line delivery make the fair couple of moments in which we're stuck with him feel like they're going on forever, which is shame, because, as bad of an actor as that guy is, I kind of want to like him, because he seems like a nice guy who I want to do better, partially because I'm worried that they're going to one day film his death when he cocks his head too much and finally breaks his neck.
Both antagonist and love interest really fall flat, hurting their chemistry with the could-have-been-more-compelling leads, as well as the resonance of the film.
Still, those two painful performances seem like nothing when you look at the big picture, because, on the whole, it doesn't matter whether the performers, including those two major ones, are alright or bad, because the real problem with the film is that it's just too wildly generic and predictable, and worst of all, somewhat emotionally limp.
I don't know if it's because director Steven Antin still has a little bit too much tough-boy Troy left in him after acting in "The Goonies" to be gay enough to give this film a whole lot of flash or what, but eitherway, Antin doesn't quite give the film enough pop for it to really stand out, yet it still gets your attention more then you would expect, especially after a pretty weak first act, because even with this film's many, many missteps, there's enough in it that does deliver to keep you with it.
The lighting in the film may get to be a bit overwhelming here and there, but on the whole, the film is handsomely shot, giving it a typically fitting flare of saturation that really dazzles at times, especially during the musical sequences, none of which really blow you to pieces like most of the tunes from the Rob Marshall films that this production wishes it could be, yet this film's musical aspects almost always wake you up, which is good, because the pretty bad unoriginal mainstream songs imported from the pop culture into the soundtrack really aren't going to keep you going, that one briefest of bits with Boston's "More Than a Feeling" obviously notwithstanding.
A surprising deal of musical production concepts steal from other films, yet, just like the films it's ripping off, it still really delivers on enough dazzle to keep your eyes at attention, while the sharp music, made all the sharper by some pretty excellent sound design, gets your foot tapping.
Still, when the music dies down, the film, goes a little dry, and in a situation like that, oh boy, you better have some charismas to keep you going.
Well, sure enough, while some performances hit the ground hard, whether it be Stanley Tucci - who is undeniably charming enough when he's not playing a fluffy snapper of a flamboyant gay man - to Alan Cumming - who is undeniably charming during the scarce amount of scenes in which he's featured, because, well, he actually is a fluffy snapper of a flamboyant gay man -, there are a fair couple of charming performances to rival the fall-flat performances that I will also touch upon later.
The real show-owners, in particulary, are co-leads Christina Aguilera and Cher, with Cher particularly standing out with a quite soulful, if not borderline excellent performance Razzies!
The film razzles here and there and dazzles now and again, while consistently giving us enough charm to keep us about as with it as it can get us, whether it be through the occasional pretty snappy line or some of the aforementioned charismatic performances.
Sure, it may not be enough to carry this film too far past its glaring missteps, yet it remains just enough to keep you entertained, or even charmed, and at the end of the show, that's what matters.
Overall, the film never really delivers terribly hard, turning out the occasional misstep in technical value, some stingingly limp performances from such significant roles as antagonist Eric Dane and love interest Cam Gigandet, and worst of all, some emotional limpness and repetition amidst an all too generic and predictable story, yet where the film could have been driven into the dirt of mediocrity, at best, the general razzle dazzle during musical aspects, as well as enough charm in the occasional snappy dialogue piece and a fair deal of charismatic performances - particularly those by leading ladies, the charismatic Christina Aguilera and unexpectedly moving Cher - pump "Burlesque" with enough entertainment and charm value for you to, maybe not remember it all that thoroughly, but generally stick with it.
Cameron J Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. Ali: Where I come from friends don't chew on each others earlobes! Marcus: Aren't you glad you left?
Anderson Stephen Lee Dwight Denise Faye Preacher Baldeep Singh Ali's Hotel Manager Michael Landes Greg Wendy Benson-Landes Marla as Wendy Benson Tisha French Loft Assistant Katerina Kopel Brittany as Katerina Mikailenko Jay Luchs Ditsy Waitress Gwen Van Dam Curler Woman's Friend Jonathon Trent Bumper Band Member Adam Driggs Bumper Band Member Alvino Lewis Bumper Band Member Jimmy R.
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You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. User Polls Which movie has the best soundtrack? Won 1 Golden Globe. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Cher Tess Christina Aguilera Ali Eric Dane Marcus Cam Gigandet Jack Julianne Hough Georgia Alan Cumming Alexis Peter Gallagher Vince Kristen Bell Nikki Stanley Tucci Sean Dianna Agron Natalie Glynn Turman Feeling heartbroken and betrayed, Ali runs to Sean for support, and learns that Sean is gay, due to his having spent the night with Georgia's wedding DJ the night before.
While spending time with Marcus, Ali learns about " air rights ", which refers to the empty space above a building and what can be done with it.
Ali breaks things off with Marcus after she sees his plans to build a skyscraper on the property the club is on; Marcus protests this, asking why this suddenly makes him "the bad guy", to which Ali replies, "It doesn't, Marcus.
It just makes you the wrong guy". Ali tells Tess about the predicament, and together they inform the owner James Brolin of the new million-dollar condos across the street; fearing the loss of business that would result from the obstruction of his prospective tenants' view, he purchases the air rights to the club's property.
The resulting money is enough for Tess to buy out Vince's share as they are divorced and he wanted out of the club , pay off the bank, and re-fashion the club to her own vision.
She also makes up with Nikki, who tells Tess that she claimed she slept with Vince just to hurt her, and rehires her at the club after Nikki tells her she wants to "come home".
Ali reunites with Jack after he tells her that it's over with Natalie for good; Natalie was in denial, having cared more about her job than her relationship with Jack.
After she finally earns Nikki's respect, Ali performs "Show Me How You Burlesque", written by Jack who refused to allow Ali to listen or see his music throughout the movie due to it not being "ready" with all of the dancers on stage, much to the crowds' delight.
Burlesque started shooting on November 9,  and ended on March 3, Director Steven Antin wrote the original screenplay.
Diablo Cody Juno revised it uncredited. The soundtrack album features ten tracks: eight performed by Aguilera including " Express "; and two performed by Cher which are her first original recordings in 7 years.
The soundtrack includes a mix of original and cover songs. Several teasers have been released for promotional purposes including the Etta James 's " Something's Got a Hold on Me ".
Aguilera also gave an interview to show host Chelsea Handler to discuss the film and other subjects. She also performed "Express" on the final of the seventh series of The X Factor which received criticism and complaints for the raunchy content.
Burlesque received mixed reviews from critics. Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune said, "The choicest dialogue in Burlesque provokes the sort of laughter that other, intentionally funny films only dream of generating.
Burlesque was released on Wednesday, November 24, , the day before Thanksgiving in the United States; on its opening day, it came in third to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 1 and Tangled.
On Thursday, November 25, , it dropped down to fourth place in the box office behind Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 , Tangled and Unstoppable and went down to fifth on Friday, November 26, By the Christmas weekend, it was number 15 at the box office.
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