Saturday Night Fever (Blu-ray Disc, 2009, Blu-Ray Disc Sensormatic)
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- botaro2007Jun 19, 2011by
JOHN TRAVOLTAS GREATEST PERFORMANCE!
SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER is one of the greatest movies I have ever seen. The themes are so universal that every generation can relate to them. Several of the songs recorded by the Bee Gees remained at the top of the charts for weeks upon weeks. The lyrics written for the songs really support the dance sequences, and characters. This movie is about Tony Manero (John Travolta) who loves to dance at a local disco tech, and has a dead end job working in a paint store. There is quite a bit of cursing, and racial slurs although it is appropriate because that is the nature of the characters who come from a rough neighborhood in Brooklyn. Tony attracts an enormous amount of attention dancing for the crowds at the disco tech. It is also at the disco tech where Tony takes an interest in a dancer named Stephanie Mangano (Karen Gorney) who later becomes his partner when practicing for an upcoming dance contest. Stephanie is someone who is going somewhere in life, and their relationship forms into something special. Norman Wexlers screenplay, and John Badhams directing is terrific. John Travoltas dancing is really great, and his solo dance is one of the best I have ever seen in any movie. Do not let seventies style clothes, and hair discourage you from wanting to see this timeless classic. This movie launched John Travoltas film career, and was well known Chicago Film Critic Gene Siskels favorite movie. Gene Siskel later became the owner of the white suit worn in the movie.Read full review
- ifitaintnailedd...Jun 03, 2009by
Not Worth the purchase (Blu-Ray Edition)
One of my favorite films of all time finally got the Blu-ray treatment, but the final result in my opinion is lackluster at best. The seminal 70's flick hustled its way to Blu_ray via Paramount Pictures and the final output is ho-hum.
PQ: grainy and dim, not enough contrast. You can see the film needed a re-mastering, but alas the product was a let down.
SQ: The ound mix while crisp and clean seems overbearing when compared with the PQ, it is almost as if the final mix was done by someone who has no idea on how to mix sound to style.
Special features: Everything on the BR disc can be found on the 30th anniversary SD-DVD edition, and the commentary is lifted from the 2002 DVD release.
Overall save your money and just grab the 2002 25th Anniversary release as it has better Special feature Content, and the Sound Mix fits the Picture quality.Read full review
- gdotyeeDec 03, 2012by
great movie! definitely worth watching!
great movie! john travolta is great! its defintiely worth watching if you haven't seen this movie before! over all its a fantastic movie!
- 144150230@delet...Jul 10, 2011by
The best of the 70's and the greatest sound tracks!
Saturday Night Fever is the best disco movie ever!The sound track stands own its own.six at40 hits.The sound track is the best ever!If you like music of the 70's you have to own this one.John Travolta and cast are great!The Bee Gees restarted their career all over again and set as one of the greatest groups ever!
- ravin4295Jun 07, 2011by
Very happy with the movie and speedy service. John is one of the best actors of our time and we enjoy watching all of his movies. I am 53 years old now and was a teen when the movie came out, sure does bring back a lot of good memeries for my wife and myself.