But outside of the club, things don't look so rosy. There are a fair amount of Americansocial-comments scattered throughout the film and retaining asurprising amount of intelligent value. On the surfaceStephanie appears to be much better off than Tony. But outside of the club, things don't look so rosy. It's a legendary song, and for good reason.
Los datos de ingreso son almacenados de manera encriptada por lo que no son legibles por nuestra parte. It's a coming of age movie. However, things begin to change when he spies Stephanie Mangano in the disco and starts training with her for the club's dance competition. And of course there's the superb dance scenes that most people rememberSaturday Night Fever for. Nineteen-year-old Brooklyn native Tony Manero lives for Saturday nights at the local disco, where he's king of the club, thanks to his stylish moves on the dance floor. Bars are full of guys like Tony.
The Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, featuring disco songs by the Bee Gees, became the best selling soundtrack ever. He soon meets an arrogant fellow dancer namedStephanie Mangano Karen Lynn Gorney. In life, Tony is a peasant; on the disco dance floor, he's a king. The country was a mess after theVitenam war ended and before Reagan stormed Washington and once againinstilled a sense of pride in Americans. As I listen to it right now, I realize just how perfect it is for the movie. All the characters want tobe something, while a lot of them will never add up to anything due totheir working-class backgrounds.
I didn't grow up during the disco generation. The soundtrack is also one of the best outthere. En la discoteca de moda, Tony deslumbrará a todos con lo que mejor sabe hacer: bailar. 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. Gradually, Tony also becomes disillusioned with the life he is leading and he and Stephanie decide to help one another to start afresh name se le date size Info Uploader 1 178 77 May. The film is not always upbeat and at times can be depressing,particularly the scenes depicting peer-pressure. He saves up his weekly earnings fromwhere he works in downtown Brooklyn at a crummy hardware store, then blowsit all in one day at the local disco joint, where he reigns as king.
It was the film that solidified John Travolta as an icon, and the film that eventually led to him being regarded as the King of Cinema Disco. De esta manera ellos disponen de más ancho de banda por ende una descarga mas rápida Pasado un tiempo prudente y luego que baja el uso del ancho de banda se liberan al resto de los usuarios No se permite en ningún de nuestras plataformas hacer mención a otras páginas de descarga, tampoco se permite el uso de vocabulario que no este de acuerdo a las buenas costumbres ni a mantener una buena relación entre los pares. Cabe hacer notar, que los acortadores tienen sus propias publicidades, las cuales no dependen de mí, si no que son exclusiva administración de ellos mismos. Travolta is in his prime spotlight as Manero, a Brooklyn kid aiming to make it big on the dance floor. The wrong reasons include the dance floor numbers--I love them, and I probably shouldn't. 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. Part of this movie is learning to grow up, and treat women as something more than Tony is used to treating them.
The shooting techniques inthe disco are magnificent for filming the dance scenes and fitperfectly alongside the other technical elements. It's really nothing special, but I get choked up every time I see it. I'll watch anything he's in. 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. But this is Tony's dream. Stephanie dreams of the world beyond Brooklyn, and her plans to move to Manhattan just over the bridge soon change Tony's life forever.
At that point, it was about the music, the dance scenes and the clothes. His mother is proud of her eldest son, who became a priest, and she's discouraged by the fact that her other son doesn't seem to care about making anything out of his life. Nor can he find satisfaction at his dead-end job at a small paint store. I remember 2001 Odyessy was a real club in Brooklyn. His female dance partner calls him a walking cliché. But outside of the club, things don't look so rosy.
This is one of my favorite guilty pleasures for all the right and wrong reasons. I worka long time on my hair, and you hit it! How can you get tired of watching John Travolta walking down the street with a paint can? In a sad sort of way, it's true. There isn't much to the movie other than the need for 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 sex objects. Saturday Night Fever still carries the vibe, rhythm and atmosphere itdid back in '77. Bars are full of guys likeTony.
As I listen to it right now, I realize just how perfect itis for the movie. That opening captured your attention right from the start. That's exactly what Tony Manero does. On the surface Stephanie appears to be much better off than Tony. He saves up his weekly earnings from where he works in downtown Brooklyn at a crummy hardware store, then blows it all in one day at the local disco joint, where he reigns as king. But that's one of two primary plots--the other is, of course, trying to break away from a boring life.
What makes Saturday Night Fever work so much for me is Tony is verytypical of a lot of males who would rather have a good time and partynow than build something toward the future. His motheris proud of her eldest son, who became a priest, and she's discouraged bythe fact that her other son doesn't seem to care about making anything outof his life. The country was a mess after the Vitenam war ended and before Reagan stormed Washington and once again instilled a sense of pride in Americans. 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. 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. In an odd sort of way, Rupert Pupkin is a lot like Tony Manero.