Using modern music in a nineteenth century-based film has the fundamentals to either be a colossal, stylistic mistake, or a genius combination. Thankfully for this film, Moulin Rouge appears as an exciting, and wonderfully weird, piece of film. Baz Luhrman's weird style may take viewers out of the time period, but the problem is quickly forgotten when the music begins. With a proper, equal dose of comedy, music, and dramatic storytelling, Moulin Rouge is a film that can be re-watched several times without boredom, as well as the soundtrack is fantastic. An overall enjoyable film.