Tango Movies

Argentine Tango is more than just a dance; it inspired great works of many artists. Tango has been an inspiration to movies since the invention of cinema. Like the great tango scene performed by Rudolph Valentino we can see in The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. It features in many movies throughout the years, but recently tango is in the spotlight again, appearing in many big movie productions like the recent musicals, Chicago and Moulin Rouge. In this article you can find out well-known movies that were inspired by tango.

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Moulin Rouge! (2001) - starring Ewan McGregor & Nicole Kidman, director Baz Luhrmann
The Wedding Planner (2001) - starring Jennifer Lopez, Matthew McConaughey & Bridgette Wilson, director Adam Shankman
Captain Corelli's Mandolin (2001) - starring Nicolas Cage, Penélope Cruz & John Hurt, director John Madden
Tango (1998) - starring Miguel Ángel Solá, Cecilia Narova & Mía Maestro, director Carlos Saura
The Tango Lesson (1997) - starring Sally Potter & Pablo Veron, director Sally Potter
Happy Together (1997) - Original title: Chun Gwong Cha Sit, starring Leslie Cheung & Tony Leung Chiu Wai, director Kar Wai Wong
Evita (1996) - starring Madonna, Antonio Banderas & Jonathan Pryce, director Alan Parker
Underground (1995) - starring Miki Manojlovic, Lazar Ristovski & Mirjana Jokovic, director Emir Kusturica
True Lies (1994) - starring Arnold Schwarzenegger & Jamie Lee Curtis, director James Cameron
Addams Family Values (1993) - starring Raul Julia & Anjelica Huston, director Barry Sonnenfeld

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