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Saturday Night Fever

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The movie is something to think about. Can you be king and queen of the prom: hanging with the cool kids and first among your peers. Can you be all that and still be going nowhere?
If you are on a go-nowhere track, what does it take to succeed?
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I love this film and how it depicts 1970s working class urban life in the NYC boroughs: ethnically divided, racist, misogynistic, homophobic. The notion of going to city for enlightenment (en-whiten-ment) applies even more these days -- though you wouldn't be coming from Brooklyn!

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SPOILER ALERT! - The character Stephanie is so weak, almost decorative. After all her dialogues about culture and sophistication she agrees to be friend with the poor, knucklehead boy that the night before tried to rape her, just because he is cute.

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Holds up fairly well after 42 years. John Travolta's acting is impressive. The ethnic milieu not as convincing as in Scorsese and Spike Lee movies, but the filmmakers gave it a passionate try.

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i remember seeing this in the theaters - it made quite a splash! Its still a classic tale - love the accents!

Pilar avatar

Horrible movie. Found absolutely nothing of interest in this and the r*pe scene made me sick.

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Why is there a stripper in a dance club?

Nancy avatar

Still a wonderful movie!

Graciela avatar

Absolutely great!

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star wars

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I like the movie and the music. A classic one.

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Though good, the sequel, Staying Alive, is much better.