Saturday Night Fever

Saturday Night Fever

Tony Manero is a Brooklyn paint-store clerk who'd give anything to break out of his dead-end existence. In life, Tony is a peasant; on the disco dance floor, he's a king. As the soundtrack plays one Bee Gees hit after another, white-suited Tony struts his stuff amidst flashing lights and sweaty, undulating bodies. Tony's class aspirations are mirrored in his relationship with his dance partner, a secretary eager to move into the glamorous world of Manhattan.

Tony Manero, who is a guy who lives in Brooklyn, shines every Saturday night on the dance floor. And Stephanie is a beautiful girl. He has ambition to win a dance contest. Tony dances to challenge social circumstance of failure. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Saturday Night Fever torrent reviews

Wayne M (au) wrote: Any film with Bill Murray and Laura Linney in it should be a success. Sadly that is not the case here. This incomplete film focuses on a weekend in Hyde Park when the king and queen of England come to visit. The other focus is the relationship between Daisy and FDR. Neither really work, the humour is forced and the drama over played. A disappointing film about a great man.

Melinda M (ru) wrote: I enjoyed this one where as I hated the first.

Nina S (es) wrote: Ron Perlman, Devon Aoki... okay, I'm game

Paula S (es) wrote: Excelente! Una mezcla criolla de Tarantino y Guy Ritchie.

Garwin S (ca) wrote: Moving account of the transition from a stable life to a warzone as told through three teenage friends. How timeless this movie is. Particularly for this part of the world.

Broken Hearts And Sorrow (ca) wrote: Tim Thomerson plays a great role as Brick Bardo a cop from outerspace who crashes on Earth while chasing a vile space villan!!! Only on Earth he is only a few inches tall!!!

Thomas J (it) wrote: I thought that this documentary provided a unique in depth look into the beginning of the hip-hop culture in and around the 1980's. Explaining the beginnings of three key elements in hip-hop culture, Break dancing, rapping, and graffiti; it allows the viewer to see why and how the graffiti artists, rappers, and dancers, do these things the way they do and why. It analyzes and looks into the hip-hop culture explaining that these three aspects, are the spoken word, physical expression, and artistic expression of hip-hop. However I believe that in this day and age, if it was to really try to explain hip-hop it has become outdated. It's really great for an introduction and perspective on why Hip-Hop started and happened in the time period it did. However it doesn't really touch on rap that much as that really took off in the early 90's and at this point has evolved into a much different genre then it was shown as in the video. So in terms of relevance now, when talking about rap it doesn't really cut it. In terms of relevance in accordance with break dancing its similar to rap but a little more relevant because breakdancing was more popular around then. I think relevancy in accordance with graffiti is pretty good still, because graffiti has died down in our lifetime and isn't the cool new fab it was back then. It also looks at graffiti a little more in depth than the other aspects of hip-hop and fully explores many sides of the cultural struggle that it went through; from the police side, to the taggers, and then to the graffiti bombers. All in all it is pretty well done and offers a unique perspective on hip-hop in the 1980's.

Mike W (ru) wrote: Sally Field is absolutely sensational in the title role, combining Southern determination with naivete and panache in a brilliant combination. The film moves slowly but uses tension and pace well to get to the film's climax.

Karsh D (us) wrote: A fairly typical rites of passage film based around around youths in a small town in North England who are encapsulated by the music movement of Northern soul.

Mark K (it) wrote: the best underground horror movie ive seen in decades. what it lacks in special effects it makes up for with scares, and undeniable brutality

Matthew D (it) wrote: Treading the most familiar territory of any film with the original crew this story has been done many times by episodes of the new and old series, however, this is one of the best examinations of religion in the world of Starfleet and makes up for some strange, incongruous messages in past encounters. More epic than the previous couple of Enterprise voyages; The Final Frontier is a nice return to straight-up sci-fi. It has problems; it plays for laughs far too often, is rather overwrought (not surprising with Shatner in the directing chair) and self-indulgent and lacking in action and suspense. On the other hand the story is compelling and its ending is very in keeping with the Original Series and after three out of the past four films featuring a Spock who is a little... off it is nice the main trio returns to their classic dynamic.