I think we already knowwhat they are. The soundtrack is also one of the best out there. Travolta plays Tony Manero, a loser in a nowhere job who only feels alive when he is on the dance floor at the local disco. Quickly becoming attracted andinfluenced by the women he starts questioning the way he lives hislife. It wouldn't be until years later that I understood what a great story this is. On the surface Stephanie appears to be much better off than Tony. It was thefilm that solidified John Travolta as an icon, and the film that eventuallyled to him being regarded as the King of Cinema Disco.
As I listen to it right now, I realize just how perfect itis for the movie. Tony becomes infatuated with a woman named Stephanie. There isn't much to the movie other than the needfor fame--as brief as it may be--and the most obvious theme of the film,which is learning to treat women as something more than just sexobjects. There are a fair amount of American social-comments scattered throughout the film and retaining a surprising amount of intelligent value. Just take a look at the brief scene where Tony is on the tube, this is an oddly poignant, effecting and compelling scene presenting Tony's confused emotions. Everywhere else he is nobody. At home, Tony fights constantly with his father and has to compete with his family's starry-eyed view of his older brother, a priest.
However, things begin to change when he spies Stephanie Mangano in the disco and starts training with her for the club's dance competition. There are also the elements of jealously, rivalry,religion, rebellion, respect and racism added into the film. There are also the elements of jealously, rivalry, religion, rebellion, respect and racism added into the film. But that's one of two primary plots--theother is, of course, trying to break away from a boring life. At home, Tony fights constantly with his father and has to compete with his family's starry-eyed view of his older brother, a priest. The use of The Bee Gees'music is wonderful to listen to and also for helping to create anambiguous atmosphere of love, drugs and sex. But this is Tony's dream.
John Travolta dedicates himself to his dancing and character, fitting the role with a graceful ease. I also like when Tony is interacting with his dysfunctional family. He'snice to his little sister when he walks through the door after work, butafter working for quite some time on his now-out-of-date hairstyle, he barksat his father when he is slapped during dinner in one of the rare scenesthat made me laugh. It is undoubtedly the quintessential dance flick andremains one of the most entertaining films of all-time. However, things begin to change when he spies Stephanie Mangano in the disco and starts training with her for the club's dance competition.
I think Saturday Night Fever does an excellent job ofcapturing what was probably a common attitude among young adults duringthe late 70's. The film is not always upbeat and at times can be depressing,particularly the scenes depicting peer-pressure. The film is not always upbeat and at times can be depressing, particularly the scenes depicting peer-pressure. As for the right reasons. It is a truly remarkable triumph and a film that deserves more appreciation than it gets. Stap 2 Zoek de ondertiteling die je wilt hebben. Saturday Night Fever is a far more professional film than one mightexpect, it has intelligence as well as entertainment, which issomething that makes a more than just admirable achievement.
At home, Tony fights constantly with his father and has to compete with his family's starry-eyed view of his older brother, a priest. Je zult zien dat de ondertiteling onder je bestand staat. I worka long time on my hair, and you hit it! His carefree youth and weekend dancing help him to forget the reality of his bleak life. For whatever reason, Saturday Night Fever also has my favorite closingshot of all time. You're no one, going nowhere.
Saturday Night Fever 1977 Tony Manero is a Brooklyn paint-store clerk who'd give anything to break out of his dead-end existence. Guys who are super stars in their local drinking establishments,but have no life outside of the night life. When he's notdoing that, he's sitting at the bar watching a topless stripper do herthing. Live for the moment because the future is pretty bleak. The shooting techniques in the disco are magnificent for filming the dance scenes and fit perfectly alongside the other technical elements. What makes Saturday Night Fever work so much for me is Tony is very typical of a lot of males who would rather have a good time and party now than build something toward the future.
It is atruly remarkable triumph and a film that deserves more appreciationthan it gets. In an odd sort of way, RupertPupkin is a lot like Tony Manero. Tony's class aspirations are mirrored in his relationship with his dance partner, a secretary eager to move into the glamorous world of Manhattan. We get the feeling that Tony's parents once had the sameoutlook as their son, and fear he may be going down their own path. The shooting techniques inthe disco are magnificent for filming the dance scenes and fitperfectly alongside the other technical elements. Met de onderstaande handleiding leggen we je uit hoe dit te werk gaat. Whether it'sdancing or whatever, we all have dreams.
For the most part Stephanie is a big talker, but Tony is bothered by her observations. Infamously holding some of the greatestdance sequences ever committed film; you can feel the energy, emotions,time and determination that were spent perfecting the dance scenes tothe finest detail. Nor can he find satisfaction at his dead-end job at a small paint store. This is one of my favorite guilty pleasures for all the right and wrongreasons. Dan kan het zijn dat je hier Nederlandstalige ondertitels bij wilt zien.