Speaking to MTV News shortly before the movie's ten-year anniversary, the High School Musical star revealed that she was taken by its unique cinematography and relatable characters.
"Oh my goodness! It was just a beautiful, very specific look that I feel like everybody could completely submerge themselves into," she explained.
"And it was fun, and it was thrilling, and your heart just went out for these characters. I fell in love with the movie, and I have not stopped watching it since."
Moulin Rouge was previously named the best film of the 2000s in a survey conducted by Lovefilm.
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