Camden’s review published on Letterboxd:
It’s showtime, folks!
Bleak but brilliant, All That Jazz is a sprawling, volatile musical masterpiece that happens to be one of the best scored, best choreographed character studies in the history of celluloid. Bob Fosse, in flashy and bold fashion, completely subverted my perception of the potential of musical cinema. I’m openly no fan of musicals, but All That Jazz breaks that barrier without being cheekily meta and provides one of the most devastating & profound dramas of the 70’s.