Saturday Night Fever

Saturday Night Fever

Director: John Badham Cast: John Travolta, Karen Gorney, Barry Miller
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Saturday Night Fever 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
this is a great movie John Travolta is cute real cute in this movie a good 70's film a great classcic
Guest More than 1 year ago
This picture remains great because it captures not only the disco era, but thelives of Italian-heritage young peopleliving in Brooklyn, New York. John Travoltaexcells as lead character Tony we don'tbelieve he ever surpassed his performance inthis movie. Of course the music and dancingare often cited, but it's really a combination of everything. This particularproduct is the 30th anniversary edition.The DVD slipcase is transparent with Travolta's image printed on the transparencygiving the entire packaging a 3D look. Thephoto here on the Internet does not do itjustice. The extras include 2007 commentaryfrom those who were supporting charactersor were involved in the production process.Noticeably absent is John Travolta himselfwho is nowhere to be seen in making commentsor remarks about the film or the creation ofit. In any event, it is worth owning.
Guest More than 1 year ago
John Travolta can dance..., this is the best disco movie ever made. Very talented and full of fun, Saturday Night Fever is one of my all time favorites! - Miles
Guest More than 1 year ago
Talk about playing way over your head...this film is the pinnicle of that principal. The storyline is nothing: a bunch of late teens Brooklyn slugs who can't find their way past Flatbush Avenue who find solice on the dance floor. It's the brilliant personna of Travolta that catapults this one stage saga into something special even now, 25 years after it's debut. SNF can even take credit for influencing a segment of a generation. It would have been better to claim credit for the death of white polyester suits.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This film makes great use of John Travolta in more ways than one.First the acting job is one that would lead him to the many future roles to come.Second it had a side of John that was away from the silly (but lovable)sweathog from ''Welcome Back Kotter''.Finally,it gave him the first of many chances to show off those dance moves -- and do them as only he can.A very well done performance.This even got him an oscar nomination for Best Actor.The other ''highlight'' of this movie has got to be the music,and the Bee Gees make a mark that was truly a high point in their history.Songs like ''Night Fever'' and ''Staying Alive'' helped to give the 3 Gibb brothers a place in music history.Overall a film that is really worth the time and effort