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Saturday Night Fever 4K 1977 THEATRICAL Ultra HD 2160p

Saturday Night Fever 4K 1977 THEATRICAL Ultra HD 2160p
Genre: Movies 4K , Drama 4K
Country: USA
Time: 118 min
IMDB: 6.8
Director: John Badham
Actors: John Travolta, Karen Lynn Gorney, Barry Miller, Joseph Cali, Paul Pape, Donna Pescow, Bruce Ornstein, Julie Bovasso, Martin Shakar, Sam Coppola, Nina Hansen, Lisa Peluso, Denny Dillon, Bert Michaels, Robert Costanzo, Robert Weil, Shelly Batt, Fran Drescher.

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Saturday Night Fever 4K 1977 THEATRICAL Ultra HD 2160p
A simple working guy from Brooklyn works hard all week from morning till night, lives like a madman, all so that on Saturday he can go to his favorite disco with his beloved girl and dance till he faints. Dancing, forgetting about any rituals or rules.

Review 4K Movie

"The only way to survive is to do what you think is right, not what they try to make you do. If you let them do that, you'll be miserable and nothing more."

I guess every movie buff has those top 10 movies in his or her collection that you watch year after year to lift your spirits, forgetting about your everyday problems for at least a nth number of minutes while the movie is on. That's when (while watching it), you just catch a buzz and really enjoy it, being charged with some unknown energy and positivity. Personally, "Saturday Night Fever" is on this so-called list of favorite movies for me.

"I'm a capable person and I can learn something."

His name is Tony Manero (John Travolta), a young guy from a poor family living with his parents. He has a lot of problems, just like a million other guys his age (a sort of collective image of a guy from the seventies). His relationship with his parents is not good, his mother constantly nags him for various trifles and things and generally wants him to become a priest, his father assimilates her. There are no normal jobs, and the one he works for pays little. So the only thing Tony lives for, the meaning of his life is going out on a Saturday night to a club called "2001".

Nicknamed "Boogie woogie man," there he always becomes the king of the evening, because because of his incredible sense of rhythm and terrific plasticity, is absolutely always the best on the dance floor. His dancing rushes in the hot and cold, and when Tony in full swing and lights up the whole program - it's just fantastic, which can not be described in words, which even sent shivers down your spine. Many girls want to dance with him and not only. Yes, in this club while dancing he is really real, there his life, there he lives for real.

"You can't fuck the future, it can fuck you."

Ah, America in the late '70s, the disco era. The times of the first discos, the times of bright suits and flared jeans, the times of imitating Bruce Lee and making a cult of "Rocky," the times of the beginning of the star career of the great Al Pacino, the beginning of the era of hamburgers and the famous American cocktail "Seven and Seven" (two sevens) and much more (a telling scene of Travolta's character going to the club, for an hour arranging his hair in front of the mirror, this scene is worth paying special attention to).

The cult generated by the film's release is difficult to overstate. Here I am not even taking into account the number of parodies of dance scenes, but just the total imitation of John Travolta's character by the youth, when it was not only common to look like him, but also to copy that legendary gait to the famous "Stayin' Alive". Jesus, what about that white suit with the black shirt!!! It was a real fashion statement, a benchmark and the epitome of the whole era, the "Disco" era.

To say anything about John himself seems pointless to me. Oscar nomination was given, of course, not for the dancing, but for the beautiful and one of the strongest roles in his career. Though it is undeniable that Travolta won the love of millions early in his career precisely because of his stunning dancing talent, equal in which among actors only Patrick Swayze could be his equal.

"All right, dream good. Jerk of better".

The soundtrack to the film stands out, both in the picture and in the whole world culture. Being the best-selling album before the release of The Bodyguard soundtrack, "Saturday Night Fever" went 15 times platinum in the USA, won the Grammy for Album of the Year, made it to the 131st position on the Rolling Stone 500 list of the greatest albums of all time. On top of all that, it was named by VH1 as the 57th greatest album of all time, and in the Channel 4 poll, was ranked number 80.

Impressive achievements, considering that contemporary musical themes (not all of course, but most of them) are forgotten right away. But the music of the legendary band BEE GEES, which even now you can listen to with pleasure, enjoying world hits like "How Deep Is Your Love", "Night Fever" or "Stayin' Alive", is eternal, and many generations have grown up with it. The only thing that remains unclear is why this soundtrack never even received an Oscar nomination!

"There are ways to kill yourself without killing yourself."

Along with "Dirty Dancing" being one of the best of its genre, "Fever" is not just a movie about dancing. The film, of course, first and foremost takes its toll and pleases audiences precisely because of the beautiful and vivid dance scenes or the same kind and pure love of the main characters, laced with terrific music, atmosphere and the spirit of the '70s.

Yes, it's a really cool movie, but for all that, "Fever" doesn't go away and makes you think about the future. And Travolta's character's catchphrase is instantly ingrained in your brain and memorable: "To hell with the future...for me, the future is today and I planned it!" Live for today without looking ahead, or plan your whole life thirty or forty years in advance! Everyone decides for themselves!


movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (60.6 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

English: Dolby TrueHD 5.1
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 2.0
French: Dolby Digital 5.1
German: Dolby Digital 5.1
Japanese: Dolby Digital 5.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1

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