An anthology film retelling the story of the famous Studio 54, a hot disco hangout for the social elite of New York. The movie follows several characters at once, some of whom are in desperate straits and on the verge of crashing. Written by
Obviously, in editing, someone erroneously placed the New Year's Eve invitation close-up just before the Christmas party. Some considerable time later, there was a totally separate New Year's Eve Party and that NY Eve invitation close-up was undoubtedly filmed to appear just before it, not Christmas. See more »
Not with that shirt.
[Shane turns to leave, Steve grabs his arm]
I said, not with that shirt.
[Shane pauses, then takes his shirt off, showing his six-pack]
Welcome to my party, handsome.
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Found A Cure
Performed by Ashford & Simpson
Written by Nick Ashford (as Nickolas Ashford) & Valerie Simpson
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Inc.
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products
Courtesy of Hopsack & Silk Productions, Inc.
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It's unknown to me why this movie got such a bad review from critics. There are alot of factual errors about the club, yes. But this seemed to be a great movie. Mike Myers was an excellent pick for Steve Rubell, he had the same personality as Rubell in the movie.
Another thing is the story is so interesting about Studio 54, it was a fad, hip, and unusual place for it's time. Not only that, the story of the controversial club is one that really is unknown to some.
The story might not be dead on accurate, and some of the characters might be factual, and there could be alot of mistakes in the movie, but it's still a great one to watch when you get past it.
I would suggest watching VH-1's Behind The Music on Studio 54 first before seeing the movie, for a clear understanding on the club. That way you don't get freaked out.
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