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  • Fame

    Another environmental study (1980) by Alan Parker, whose previous investigations included a Turkish prison (Midnight Express) and a miniature Chicago (Bugsy Malone). more...
  • Fame (PG)

    This slick remake of Alan Parker’s 1980 musical follows a diverse group of teens through four years at LaGuardia Arts, the famous performing arts high school in Manhattan. more...
  • Flashdance (NR)

    Silly but energetic, this feature-length music video (1983) by Adrian Lyne, with a Giorgio Moroder score, stars Jennifer Beals as a welder who spends her nights wowing blue-collar customers with her fancy erotic dances. more...
  • Footlight Parade

    One of the best of the Warner Brothers showbiz musicals (1933), with James Cagney turning in a dynamite performance as an enterprising producer, and Busby Berkeley contributing some of his most engaging and bizarre production numbers (including his first water ballet, “By a Waterfall”). more...
  • Footloose (PG)

    Herbert Ross directed this odd but reasonably effective blend of rock music and didactic melodrama (1984), set in a small town where the fundamentalist population has banned public dancing and an exiled Chicago teenager (Kevin Bacon) is fighting to bring it back. more...
  • Footloose (PG-13)

    In this remake of the 1984 teenpic, a brooding city kid (Kenny Wormald) moves to a conservative village where dancing's been outlawed. more...