Chicago

STARZ | 8:07 pm

Six Oscars, including best picture, went to director Rob Marshall's high-energy 2002 screen adaptation of John Kander and Fred Ebb's cynical stage musical about a Jazz Age murderess (Renée Zellweger). She tries to parlay her notoriety into a showbiz career with the help of a slick defense attorney (Richard Gere). Catherine Zeta-Jones won an Academy Award for best supporting actress as a spouse-slaying chanteuse.