|Formats:||15 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Dianne Wiest, Chris Penn, John Lithgow, Kevin Bacon, Lori Singer|
|Genres:||Drama, Music/Musical, Romance|
|Studio:||PARAMOUNT HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
|Collections:||100 Eighties Greats, Great 80s Movies, Guilty Pleasures|
|Run time:||1 hour 43 minutes|
|Rental release:||07 Oct 2002|
Most helpful review
Can You Beat This FilmBy Jon Fox from Luton, England , 31 Jul 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Ok I've just read the previous review submitted to this movie. Er Hum.... Of course it's dated, of course it's full of 80s dancing, because.... IT IS AN 80s MOVIE! What a fantastic movie at that. great story. Love the acting. Something honnest about the performances, like everyone believed in the movies direction. Undoubtedly the best film from the time. I love the dancing, I can do the dancing, it's not camp it's real. People danced like that and they were loved for it. Rent this film, you cannot fail to be impressed and relieved that they got their dance. I challenge anyone to refrain from dancing the whole way through.
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Footloose and fancy freeBy Karen Johnson from Northampton , 15 Sep 2006Brilliant film loved it when it 1st came out, been to see musical in West End and just had to see to film again.
Watch it if you loved the eightiesBy a customer from Sevenoaks, England , 26 Jul 2006I love this film so much. It makes me laugh because of its eighties corniness - Kevin Bacon dancing in tracksuits is a beautiful sight. I love the music and the dancing is great. It makes me smile every time I watch it.
Great funBy a customer from Burton on Trent , 05 Jun 2006Particularly if you enjoy dancing. A fun movie to watch
What a good old film!!!By a customer from hereford, England , 20 May 2006You just can't beat some of these good old films. Brillant music, nice storyline. It makes you see what you never heard or understood when you watched it for the first time as a teenager!
a great filmBy a customer from a , 18 Apr 2006I love this film it is an old but timeless favourite. If you haven't seen it you should and if you have you should watch it again!