Staying Alive (1983)

PG   |    |  Drama, Music, Romance


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It's five years later and Tony Manero's Saturday Night Fever is still burning. Now he's strutting toward his biggest challenge yet - succeeding as a dancer on the Broadway stage.


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8 April 2018 | ericstevenson
3
| Another bad sequel
"Saturday Night Fever" was Gene Siskel's favorite movie and I doubt he was pleased with this. I read Roger Ebert's review of it and I make mostly the same points as him. The characters and dialogue are all clichéd. Everything is just too predictable. I kept waiting the whole movie to hear "Staying Alive" as that was the title of the film! They do play it at the very end so I'm give them that.

The plot is that Tony (John Travolta) tries to become a dancer in a stage play called "Satan's Alley". He's involved in a love triangle kind of like the first movie, only not entertaining. This movie is just plain boring and it wasn't even saved by that bizarre play at the end. At least, unlike "Grease 2" they got the lead actor back. Travolta certainly trained hard for this. It wasn't worth it. *1/2

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