December's Movieline with Halle Berry on the cover surprisingly has a review of the Moulin Rouge DVD. Here it is: ------------- Moulin Rouge Could it be anything less than fantastically overstuffed and over-the-top? This two-disc extravaganza, created entirely by director Baz Luhrmann, has everybody involved piping in about the film that took four wild years. Luhrmann, production designer Catherine Martin, cowriter Craig Pearce, and cinematographer Don McAlpine all get in on the commentaries, the stars are on hand to discuss their characters and even Ewan McGregors mom is in there (she contributes a descriptive audio track for the visually impaired). Key scenes where multiple choreographed numbers and plotlines once exhuberantly collided--like the introductory cancan, the sulty, disturbing "Le Tango De Roxanne" and "Hindi Sad Diamonds"--can now be disentangled and seen as newly extended, multi-angle sequences. Going behind the red curtain to hear Luhrmann and company prattle on about their fascinating methods is an experience like no other; this, flat out, is what DVD's were made for. (20th Century Fox Home Entertainment) ----------- Sounds great to me. Can't wait to add this wonderful film, one of the years best, to my DVD collection.